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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Well we should be in a good position to hit a top prospect in the draft.

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  • beastlyskronk
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    I do think this team is on the cusp of being a wild card threat. Cut out the holding penalties and I think we’d be 2-0 instead of 0-2 even with no pass rush. Switching from a zone to press man scheme would have us at 2-0 with all the holding calls IMO.

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  • Taos_Broncomaniac
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    Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
    I think we win against the Jags and Oakland once, and that's it. Maybe the Titans. That's good enough for a top 5 pick, if not a top 3 pick. Elway does far better picking in those ranges than when actual scouting is required in the late teens or 20's.
    Only the Patriots and the Eagles GM can say they won a Lombardi as recently as JE has. Our defense will come around.

    We lost 2 close games. This team will finish strong if injuries don't take their toll.

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by Taos_Broncomaniac View Post
    Bolles made me pretty sad, but outside of not having a pass rush whatsoever, the rest of the team is way better than last years squad.

    Green Bay is in for a surprise, gonna be a lot closer than the talking heads are thinking.
    Green Bay can be beat. The only thing different this year is that their D is better. That may be a factor in the end. Rodgers is not the scary dude he used to be. Still really good, but seemingly off a bit. Gotta keep Adams in check. They are not as deep in receivers as they once were. The run game is fine, with Jones and Williams, but containable.

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  • Lumiere
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    Originally posted by Taos_Broncomaniac View Post
    Bolles made me pretty sad, but outside of not having a pass rush whatsoever, the rest of the team is way better than last years squad.

    Green Bay is in for a surprise, gonna be a lot closer than the talking heads are thinking.
    I agree with this completely. I think this game will be a lot closer than people are expecting.

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  • Taos_Broncomaniac
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    Bolles made me pretty sad, but outside of not having a pass rush whatsoever, the rest of the team is way better than last years squad.

    Green Bay is in for a surprise, gonna be a lot closer than the talking heads are thinking.

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  • TheAsianPA
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    Originally posted by DENVERSB50CHAMP View Post
    No way Denver beats Tenn or the Jags or Even Oakland to be honest I am not to sure that what game Denver can win.
    I think this team can pull off a win against Gardner Minshew. Tennessee is as inconsistent as we are. But after losing to Oakland I'm not sure what this team is capable of winning against.

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  • DENVERSB50CHAMP
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    Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
    I think we win against the Jags and Oakland once, and that's it. Maybe the Titans. That's good enough for a top 5 pick, if not a top 3 pick. Elway does far better picking in those ranges than when actual scouting is required in the late teens or 20's.
    No way Denver beats Tenn or the Jags or Even Oakland to be honest I am not to sure that what game Denver can win.

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  • TheAsianPA
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    You saying we can't catch Miami?



    Here's my view:

    We will probably win more than enough to stay out of the early stud draft. But I worry that we end up closer to mid pack, because middle dwellers do not land the top picks, and sad to say, if you do not do well for a few years, you need an infusion of young talent.

    This is why I question the Flacco signing, and Keenum the year before. Not that Flacco is hurting us right now, but if you need an intervention of some sort, stating you need to rebuild, you don't do it with aging players, and in this case, an aging player at the pivotal position.

    But The Broncos have some talented youth, and more of that is required. I hope, hope, hope that Lock is the guy. Because if he is, we can grow this young talent together. They will become confident, and they will not only want to be constant winners, but they can succeed with the right coaching and leadership. Losing is ok for a while, but you need to right the ship before losing gets too entrenched. Players like Lindsay, Sutton, Freeman, Risner, Chubb and others need to see the light at the end of the tunnel. They motivate themselves, but progress is a big motivator in and of itself.
    I think we win against the Jags and Oakland once, and that's it. Maybe the Titans. That's good enough for a top 5 pick, if not a top 3 pick. Elway does far better picking in those ranges than when actual scouting is required in the late teens or 20's.

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  • DENVERSB50CHAMP
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    My take is I guess is that Denver cannot win the Super Bowl every year unlike the Patriots lol that is my only Solace.

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
    At this point I'm excited about which draft player we're going to get at #2 or #3 overall. Epenesa, Tua, etc.
    You saying we can't catch Miami?



    Here's my view:

    We will probably win more than enough to stay out of the early stud draft. But I worry that we end up closer to mid pack, because middle dwellers do not land the top picks, and sad to say, if you do not do well for a few years, you need an infusion of young talent.

    This is why I question the Flacco signing, and Keenum the year before. Not that Flacco is hurting us right now, but if you need an intervention of some sort, stating you need to rebuild, you don't do it with aging players, and in this case, an aging player at the pivotal position.

    But The Broncos have some talented youth, and more of that is required. I hope, hope, hope that Lock is the guy. Because if he is, we can grow this young talent together. They will become confident, and they will not only want to be constant winners, but they can succeed with the right coaching and leadership. Losing is ok for a while, but you need to right the ship before losing gets too entrenched. Players like Lindsay, Sutton, Freeman, Risner, Chubb and others need to see the light at the end of the tunnel. They motivate themselves, but progress is a big motivator in and of itself.
    Last edited by CanDB; 09-16-2019, 11:35 AM.

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  • TheAsianPA
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    At this point I'm excited about which draft player we're going to get at #2 or #3 overall. Epenesa, Tua, etc.

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  • darryn16
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    Originally posted by RocketArm006 View Post
    We are in the midsts of some rough times. This is a bad team. It’s been a bad team for several years. This is all Elway. He failed to build a corps of good young players to carry the torch after landing Manning and a bunch of high profile FA. Our starters are so-so across the board and we have no depth. Couple that with a coaching turnstile and you have the makings of a bad franchise.

    Elway has ran this thing into the ground outside of the initial signing of Manning and other aged FA.

    This years team might have a shot at being middle of the pack, but no way this is a playoff team.

    Bottom line, this was all built by one man.
    But, didn't they have a good week of practices???

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  • RocketArm006
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    We are in the midsts of some rough times. This is a bad team. It’s been a bad team for several years. This is all Elway. He failed to build a corps of good young players to carry the torch after landing Manning and a bunch of high profile FA. Our starters are so-so across the board and we have no depth. Couple that with a coaching turnstile and you have the makings of a bad franchise.

    Elway has ran this thing into the ground outside of the initial signing of Manning and other aged FA.

    This years team might have a shot at being middle of the pack, but no way this is a playoff team.

    Bottom line, this was all built by one man.

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  • BroncoStampede
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    Originally posted by OrangeCrush_304 View Post
    Honestly I’m ready for a brand overhaul. New uniforms and everything bring back the D on the helmet modernize the classic look sort of like how the Jets did it.
    It will take an actual owner to come in and make that type of change. Right now we have no owner.

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