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  • jflee66
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    Not sure a few of our discarded QBs wouldn't still be here if we had a top 10 O-line. Imo, the O-line is the cause of all the problems over the years and when we get it fixed, the QB position will fix it self. But, that being said, you can't pass up a legit top 10 QB in the draft if available.

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  • orange crush75
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    The line . Then the line again

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  • WYBRONCO
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    This is a difficult question. We don't really know what we have at QB. James is plenty good enough when healthy at RT, of course he hasn't been for most of his career. We all know Bolles has not been solid. I would try to fix LT in rd 1 and hopefully the next best OL you can find say rd 3. Of course if by some dream scenario a QB that shouldn't be available to us is, and we believe he is better than what we have, than QB round 1 makes sense too.

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  • rst08tierney
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    Trenches out

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  • samparnell
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    Scangarello does well with young QBs and Denver has three of them.

    Free agent O-Linemen are expensive. Ju'Waun James is unreliable, so RT is a concern as well as LT. Elijah Wilkinson can't be a Swing Tackle if he's starting. A replacement for Ron Leary needs to be found. Building an O-Line through the draft is less expensive which is a concern because Denver needs several.

    IMO Denver's first pick next Spring needs to be the best LT available. Denver has a larger than normal number of draft picks next year. Two or three of them need to be O-Linemen.

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  • welderhead
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    Need different team in draft room.

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  • Hadez
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    If we could get another polished QB like how we got PM than I would say QB

    If we need to develop a qb I will say OL

    Regardless we should to get both to be a contender.....tho funny thing is we had a bad OL and average QB play when we added the last one of these :lombardi:



    Key take away imo is there are many paths to the Ring

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  • JW7
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    O line. No question. Everything starts up front. A great QB can mask a bad o line but great QBs are incredibly hard to find.

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  • Gbt31
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    Two games so far out of Ju'wann James isn't very good either. I hope he is ready to play next year.

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  • 58Miller
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    Oline, and after that we need to add another receiving weapon who can stretch the field.
    We have Lock who has a chance to be our future franchise Qb.
    We need to build up the team around him.

    Don’t know I’m what we have with Lock
    We do know that upgrades are needed at LT, RG, and RT
    Last edited by 58Miller; 11-03-2019, 01:07 PM.

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  • Ear2dastreets
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    Originally posted by Fantaztic7 View Post
    QB. If the draft pick is high enough for a top prospect you get another one - a guy you start game one.

    It’s obvious the Broncos don’t believe in Lock regardless of what fans believe. In the end it won’t matter if they pick another quarterback. With Elway running the team he’ll find a way to interfere and botch the process.
    Right again.

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  • Ear2dastreets
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    Originally posted by Papa-pwn View Post
    QB makes the line far more than the alternative. QB is a higher priority, easily and by no small margin.

    With the right QB, the majority of your OL issues can be resolved in a single offseason whereas it takes several years to build a decent OL.
    Agreed 100%

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  • Fantaztic7
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    QB. If the draft pick is high enough for a top prospect you get another one - a guy you start game one.

    It’s obvious the Broncos don’t believe in Lock regardless of what fans believe. In the end it won’t matter if they pick another quarterback. With Elway running the team he’ll find a way to interfere and botch the process.

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  • Papa-pwn
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    QB makes the line far more than the alternative. QB is a higher priority, easily and by no small margin.

    With the right QB, the majority of your OL issues can be resolved in a single offseason whereas it takes several years to build a decent OL.

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  • Ear2dastreets
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    Originally posted by CheyennePress View Post
    You already have a QB many projected as a 1st round pick and 2 solid RBs, all of whom will play better with better blocking. This team has neglected the line long enough. We now have 2 tackles, both of whom are in a race to see who can most rapidly be slung into the quarterback, be it Lock or the next 1st round pick. That won't work. A solid O line gives a young QB a prayer of making the right read and developing. I think it would be a mistake to neglect the line yet another year.
    How has the line been neglected lol. 2017 1st pick was a tackle. Elway just made james the highest paid RT this year. What's you all really are saying is that we need to address the online every year until we get it right....oh ok.

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