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  • broncos SB2010
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    Originally posted by snewguy View Post
    both guys are replaceable.... ask McGahee who was the 'go to ' back last year... Moreno has the confidence of Peyton in the clutch... Ball, not yet.. Decker is good, not great.. you can always get Tamme's to replace the Welkers and Caldwells to replace the Deckers and not lose that much... cuz Peyton is throwing... cap it tight, keep'em if the price is right....
    .and what happens in 1-2 years when Manning retires?

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  • Hadez
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    Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    Boy, I just would love to see Moreno get a contract given how hard he's worked to be where he is, how much Manning trusts him and how reliable he is.

    It's almost embarrassing the riches we have on offense though.
    I agree

    There are other things I have doubted about Moreno but his heart and work ethic have never been an issue to me

    In another thread someone said Moreno has a 5 mil option and if this is true it is probably what we do...tho I too think he has earned more security then a one year deal I feel his injuries have made it hard for the front office to justify it. If I was Moreno and this happened I would hold out for more security because he may never again have this much leverage

    We will have the same problem at the end of the year all good teams eventually experience .... Too many good players and not enough cap space.

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  • crash123go
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    Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
    Take this for what you will, probably means nothing.


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    “He’s a brother of mine, he’s a part of the family.” -Eric Decker on D.T. being in his family’s Christmas card. #Broncos
    If the team is that important to decker then he should have no problem taking a good paycut to stay with the team. He doesn't need the money anyways, his wife makes 3 times as much as him and so he should take a small contract

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  • crash123go
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    Originally posted by Saucy View Post
    Well, I wasn't too popular for saying that I haven't been impressed with Moreno. Yeah, he has been a good blocker, but his career-best season is barely a thousand yards. He has no speed and with teams not stacking the box to play the run, any RB worth their salt should've had a Terrell Davis year and gotten twice the yardage Moreno has. This just tells me he has no real skill at the position. Should we sign him purely because he picked up his effort? What happens in the next year or two when Manning retires and teams once again stack the box because they no longer fear the pass? Moreno will go back to being what he was before. He's had a mediocre year at best and I don't think he should be re-signed. Ball has already shown he has more skill, explosiveness and speed in his rookie season and would probably be starting right now if it wasn't for early fumbling issues. I know I will probably get bashed for it, but I just don't see the talent and the money can be better spent elsewhere. We drafted RBs for a reason...

    Decker definitely does have talent. He's had an up-and-down year...either on fire or totally silent. I think he is still learning and worth bringing back in as a decent number 2, but for the right price. I want all of our WRs to stay put and continue to develop chemistry, so it will be easier when Manning does take his leave.

    Our offense is amazing. We need to put as much effort and money into fixing the defense as possible. but we will transition to being more run-heavy eventually. It's weird thinking about this team post-Manning :/
    A Terrell Davis year?!?!? HA. You mean with massive 15 carries a game Moreno is lucky to get! Are you forgetting that Moreno did something this year that even Terrell Davis didn't do, 1000 yards rushing and 500 receiving with double digit touchdowns! Moreno has worked and worked and has turned his weaknesses into strengths and deserves to be back with the team.

    Moreno had one game this year where we put it on his shoulders and he didn't disappoint with huge 200+ Yard game against the pats.
    Last edited by crash123go; 12-27-2013, 03:32 AM.

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  • notmyname
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    $15.625 million is guaranteed.
    I think the Broncos will make an honest effort to re-sign both players .

    I think with Decker it will come down to the amount guaranteed money as compared to what other teams are offering him..I think with Moreno it will come down to whether or not they try to bring him back .. I don't think the Broncos will offer anything in the way of spectaclur to Moreno and I think the market for him will about similar..

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  • JvDub95
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    Decker needs to be resigned, and Peyton needs to restructure (if need be) to make sure that it happens. Knowshon has been awesome this season but lets face it, RB is a lot easier to replace than WR, imo.

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  • gtown53
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    Well, this won't be popular, but spend a top Draft Choice on a WR, pick up a RB in FA, and let both Moreno (slow, injury prone) and Decker (has hit his ceiling) go. And, I say that realizing that there's a lot to like about both of them. I especially admire Moreno's work ethic and desire. But, he was slow before the ACL, and I can't help but think Ball is going to take over. And Decker has had a great season. I just can't see spending the kind of money that it will take to keep those 2 guys.

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  • MH Stampede
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    Originally posted by Colem9r View Post
    Both are free agents after this season. What do you think? Moreno has been a workhorse for the broncos the last couple of years and should remain a bronco. I think Decker should be resigned also as long as its not at too much of a price. The receiving corps is good know and his spot can be replaced in the draft.
    We should keep both...

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  • ERoyal248
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    Take this for what you will, probably means nothing.


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    “He’s a brother of mine, he’s a part of the family.” -Eric Decker on D.T. being in his family’s Christmas card. #Broncos

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  • one_bad_55
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    Originally posted by ERoyal248 View Post
    Caldwell replacing Decker, ha, yeah right.

    Tamme/Caldwell replacing Decker/Welker is a SIGNIFICANT downgrade.
    I would have to agree that would be a downgrade. Caldwell is a good backup WR and nothing more. Tamme is a TE not a slot receiver.

    These players would not even come close to replacing Decker and Welker.

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  • ERoyal248
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    Originally posted by snewguy View Post
    both guys are replaceable.... ask McGahee who was the 'go to ' back last year... Moreno has the confidence of Peyton in the clutch... Ball, not yet.. Decker is good, not great.. you can always get Tamme's to replace the Welkers and Caldwells to replace the Deckers and not lose that much... cuz Peyton is throwing... cap it tight, keep'em if the price is right....
    Caldwell replacing Decker, ha, yeah right.

    Tamme/Caldwell replacing Decker/Welker is a SIGNIFICANT downgrade.

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  • ERoyal248
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    Originally posted by one_bad_55 View Post
    We are going to have to spend our money wisely the next few seasons as we have quite a few important players that are going to need to be signed and we want to make sure that our salaries can accommodate them as they come due.

    I think DT, Von, JT, Decker, Moreno, Wolfe, ManRam, just to name a few that will need to be addressed sooner than later and we have to be wise when and how we spend our money. As much as we would like to keep all of our players that is not always possible in the salary cap era.

    I think this is why Elway & Co have been doing a lot of shorter terms on some of these players. I think Elway will make the right decisions for us going into the future.
    ManRam signed a 2-yr extension this year but the rest along with others are due bigger deals soon.

    Elway/Sullivan have their work cut out for sure though.

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  • snewguy
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    both guys are replaceable.... ask McGahee who was the 'go to ' back last year... Moreno has the confidence of Peyton in the clutch... Ball, not yet.. Decker is good, not great.. you can always get Tamme's to replace the Welkers and Caldwells to replace the Deckers and not lose that much... cuz Peyton is throwing... cap it tight, keep'em if the price is right....

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  • berlownacyo7s
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    Despite a lot of people's negative feelings towards him, I would much rather keep Decker than Moreno. He already has the good relationship with Manning and knows the offense inside-out. A new WR would be a lot more difficult to integrate into the offense than giving more carries to Ball and Hillman. I would not mind keeping Knowshon though, but I think th ecoaching staff might be ready to move on with their two recently drafted RBs... Who knows though?

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  • Saucy
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    Well, I wasn't too popular for saying that I haven't been impressed with Moreno. Yeah, he has been a good blocker, but his career-best season is barely a thousand yards. He has no speed and with teams not stacking the box to play the run, any RB worth their salt should've had a Terrell Davis year and gotten twice the yardage Moreno has. This just tells me he has no real skill at the position. Should we sign him purely because he picked up his effort? What happens in the next year or two when Manning retires and teams once again stack the box because they no longer fear the pass? Moreno will go back to being what he was before. He's had a mediocre year at best and I don't think he should be re-signed. Ball has already shown he has more skill, explosiveness and speed in his rookie season and would probably be starting right now if it wasn't for early fumbling issues. I know I will probably get bashed for it, but I just don't see the talent and the money can be better spent elsewhere. We drafted RBs for a reason...

    Decker definitely does have talent. He's had an up-and-down year...either on fire or totally silent. I think he is still learning and worth bringing back in as a decent number 2, but for the right price. I want all of our WRs to stay put and continue to develop chemistry, so it will be easier when Manning does take his leave.

    Our offense is amazing. We need to put as much effort and money into fixing the defense as possible. but we will transition to being more run-heavy eventually. It's weird thinking about this team post-Manning :/
    Last edited by Saucy; 12-26-2013, 08:24 PM.

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