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    • #77
      2021 draft Penei Sewell, whatever it takes.
      What's the difference between ignorance and apathy?
      I don't know and I don't care

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      • #78
        Keep hearing about the O line constantly letting pressure get to Lock. Heard that Lock would have been sacked three times in a row? Wonder if anyone who is there can add more to how the offense looks, if they are allowing fans to watch
        Superbowl 50 Champions!

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        • #79
          Courtland Sutton with a leaping reception from Drew Lock over K-Jack!
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          • #80
            Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
            Keep hearing about the O line constantly letting pressure get to Lock. Heard that Lock would have been sacked three times in a row? Wonder if anyone who is there can add more to how the offense looks, if they are allowing fans to watch
            The offense has looked good in 7 on 7 but when it’s full on drills, Miller and Chubb are constantly adding pressure. I won’t mention who they are going against, I think we all know who the weak links are.
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            • #81
              Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
              Keep hearing about the O line constantly letting pressure get to Lock. Heard that Lock would have been sacked three times in a row? Wonder if anyone who is there can add more to how the offense looks, if they are allowing fans to watch
              There's not much access apart from a few media members. They do livestream some of camp in the morning (albeit a limited view of the field for discreet reasons) so we do get a glimpse of the action. Gathering from reports so far, Lock has been accurate and is being a lot more aggressive-- especially with the deep ball. He's been targeting Sutton and Fant a bunch. Gordon and Lindsay look like legitimate threats in the receiving game. Garett Bolles has had a decent camp so far, with yesterday being an exception. Elijah Wilkinson and Jake Rodgers have struggled mightily in pass protection, while Demar Dotson has just started practicing with the team this week. Austin Schlottmann and Patrick Morris have taken reps at center with the 1's, with the former starting there for the past two days. Cushenberry has been firmly entrenched with the 2's. Jerry Jeudy has been phenomenal. He has been absolutely cooking the second team defense and is making his presence felt against the first team defense, although-- just like any other rookie-- consistency will be the key. Tim Patrick has been fairly quiet despite practicing with the 1's for most of his reps. KJ Hamler started off with two highlight days in a row and just yesterday started getting first team reps. DaeSean Hamilton has shown continued chemistry with Lock from last season early on. Tyrie Cleveland has apparently "made the most of limited reps" and his physicality has been showing at the catch point.

              All in all, the offense is very young and it's showing. The lack of talent at offensive tackle is also very apparent against arguably the best pass-rushing duo in the league. Those things have been expected, but at the very least-- the offense has looked a lot more explosive.
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              Previous Adoptees: #25 CHRIS HARRIS, #38 QUINTON CARTER, #43 TJ WARD

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              • #82
                Originally posted by HDbroncos02 View Post
                There's not much access apart from a few media members. They do livestream some of camp in the morning (albeit a limited view of the field for discreet reasons) so we do get a glimpse of the action. Gathering from reports so far, Lock has been accurate and is being a lot more aggressive-- especially with the deep ball. He's been targeting Sutton and Fant a bunch. Gordon and Lindsay look like legitimate threats in the receiving game. Garett Bolles has had a decent camp so far, with yesterday being an exception. Elijah Wilkinson and Jake Rodgers have struggled mightily in pass protection, while Demar Dotson has just started practicing with the team this week. Austin Schlottmann and Patrick Morris have taken reps at center with the 1's, with the former starting there for the past two days. Cushenberry has been firmly entrenched with the 2's. Jerry Jeudy has been phenomenal. He has been absolutely cooking the second team defense and is making his presence felt against the first team defense, although-- just like any other rookie-- consistency will be the key. Tim Patrick has been fairly quiet despite practicing with the 1's for most of his reps. KJ Hamler started off with two highlight days in a row and just yesterday started getting first team reps. DaeSean Hamilton has shown continued chemistry with Lock from last season early on. Tyrie Cleveland has apparently "made the most of limited reps" and his physicality has been showing at the catch point.

                All in all, the offense is very young and it's showing. The lack of talent at offensive tackle is also very apparent against arguably the best pass-rushing duo in the league. Those things have been expected, but at the very least-- the offense has looked a lot more explosive.
                Thanks for the summary!

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                • #83
                  Netane Muti just blasted through DE DeSean Williams with zero resistance to help lead the way on a designed run.

                  Dude is a pillar of strength! Can’t wait to see him against Bosa or Jones!
                  Last edited by Sam_Z; 08-19-2020, 10:42 AM.
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                  • #84
                    Netane Muti again just destroys Demarcus Walker on the 3rd team offense! Lol it was pretty funny!
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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by listopencil View Post
                      What I'd like to see is 2WR(Sutton/Jeudy)2TE(Fant/Albert O)1RB(Gordon-Lindsey). Sub Hamler in for Albert O to shock the D, sub Vannett/Beck in for various positions when you want more control of the LOS.
                      You could also use Hamler as a gadget RB just to have a running threat from a combo of Sutton, Jeudy, Fant, Albert O, and Hamler. Maybe even run some RPOs off of that

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                      • #86
                        From day 4: (Denver post)

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                        Red zone drill. The Broncos ended their fourth practice with their first red zone period of camp. And it’s a perfect way to end the day in a competitive situation. TE Albert Okwuegbunam caught two touchdowns.

                        OLB Justin Hollins. During 1-on-1 pass rush/protection drills, Hollins beat LT Calvin Anderson twice and LT Hunter Watts once. Watts rebounded to win their next matchup.

                        OL communication. The 1-on-1 period featured pass-rush stunts and the line appeared to hold up well in switching assignments after the snap.

                        Pass protection. QB Drew Lock’s first four drop-backs in 11-on-11: Scramble (would have been a sack by NT Mike Purcell), aborted play (would have been a sack by OLBs Von Miller/Bradley Chubb), throwaway (would have been a sack by Miller) and aborted play.

                        RB Phillip Lindsay. He had a fumble and a dropped pass and was noticeably stewing on the sideline. “That’s just Phillip being Phillip,” coach Vic Fangio said. “He’s a very competitive guy. He’s a very demanding guy on himself. And if he doesn’t make a play he feels he should make or fumbles — obviously, you should never do that — he takes it personal and I don’t mind a guy getting fiery at himself or others at all. If I think it’s becoming a detriment and not helping his cause, then I’ll say something, but I don’t see that being the case.”

                        ( love coaches approach to that)

                        The Broncos’ second day in pads featured 53 plays of 11-on-11 and one 7-on-7 period.
                        QB Drew Lock’s day: To end the second 11-on-11 period, he completed a wheel route to RB Melvin Gordon (diving catch) and avoided a “sack” by DE Dre’Mont Jones to find WR Courtland Sutton. In the red zone period, his over-the-middle pass had too much heat on it for WR Jerry Jeudy to handle. RB Phillip Lindsay’s drop came on a Lock throw to the left flat.

                        Out of necessity, Lock showed the ability to scramble up in the pocket or out of the pocket while keeping his eyes downfield. “As you saw some of those times and obviously we’ll never know if we would have gotten him down before he took off, but Drew’s mobility and scrambling ability are important,” coach Vic Fangio said.
                        TE Albert Okwuegbunam, getting a shot to play with Lock, dropped a pass during 11-on-11, but ended practice with a nice catch on a skinny post in the red zone, leaving his feet and snatching QB Jeff Driskel’s pass. “He’s showed the ability to catch it, routine or not routine,” Fangio said. “But we can’t afford any drops, obviously.”
                        It was a heavy run-game practice for the Broncos. Against the second-team offense, ILB Josey Jewell did a nice job filling his gap to thud RB LeVante Bellamy. Later, OLB Jeremiah Attaochu beat RT Jake Rodgers to stop RB Royce Freeman. “Run defense/run offense, it’s a very physical part of the game,” Fangio said. “We’ve got to get our guys calloused to playing NFL football. It’s a mindset.”

                        Takeaways by the defense in 11-on-11: CB De’Vante Bausby intercepted a Driskel pass on a “go” route against WR Tyrie Cleveland. S Alijah Holder was on the spot to intercept Driskel when it appeared Okwuegbunam lost his balance. And the maybe interception by S Justin Simmons against Lock. CB Essang Bassey had a pass break-up.

                        Cleveland did a nice job to catch a long back shoulder pass from Driskel, using his body to wall off CB Issac Yiadom.
                        Count Bouye as being impressed by Jeudy and fellow rookie WR KJ Hamler. “Being in the league for a while, I’ve seen a lot of rookie receivers and it seems like they come in and don’t have it figured out, but you can see those two … they’re really polished in their routes, especially Jeudy. He never gives you the same look and I’m loving going against him because he’s going to keep me true in my technique.”

                        Highlights from the pass rush/protection 1-on-1s: C Lloyd Cushenberry held off DL McTelvin Agim (twice), DL DeShawn Williams (twice) before losing to DE Dre’Mont Jones. … RT Demar Dotson beat OLB Derrek Tuszka, but lost matchups to OLB Malik Reed (bull rush) and Attaochu. … G Tyler Jones won against DE DeMarcus Walker, NT Christian Covington and Williams. … Tuszka used a spin move to beat RT Quinn Bailey. … Agim used a swim move to get by G Netane Muti. … LT Garett Bolles easily detoured Attaochu’s outside rush attempt.
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                        • #87
                          The Lock to Sutton combo was strong today. Very promising showing from them. Cushenberry also got some first-team reps for the first time in camp. Albert O, Butt, and Fumagalli saw some time with the 1’s with Fant and Vannett out. Bouye and Simmons had a couple nice PBUs.
                          2020 Adopt-A-Bronco: #10 JERRY JEUDY
                          Previous Adoptees: #25 CHRIS HARRIS, #38 QUINTON CARTER, #43 TJ WARD

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                          • #88
                            We got bricks!!

                            Alfred Williams was real fun to listen to.

                            Time to build on the win and grow the team from some solid play higher level of play

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by TheAsianPA View Post
                              Keep hearing about the O line constantly letting pressure get to Lock. Heard that Lock would have been sacked three times in a row? Wonder if anyone who is there can add more to how the offense looks, if they are allowing fans to watch
                              Munchak is in the process of identifying the best five O-Linemen to start. It is always a work in progress which will continue throughout the season. Denver added Graham Glasgow and Demar Dotson, the latter just last week. Denver has two rookie draftee O-Linemen, Lloyd Cushenberry and Netane Muti. The two best O-Linemen are the starting Guards, "Route 66" Risner and GG.

                              Glasgow has 27 NFL starts at LG, 16 at C and 15 at RG where he has been repping in Denver. He might be the second C, if a shuffle was needed depending on the cause of the shuffle. He can play any of the inside OL spots.

                              "Route 66" played LG last year as a rookie and that is where he is repping now. His last three years at K-State, he was All Big 12 RT. The year before that he started at C. Dalton might be able to play all the O-Line positions, even LT in an extreme pinch. He is an option at RT depending on the unfolding set of circumstances.

                              Cushenberry and Muti are rookies. We'll need to see how they progress and how soon they can practice/play their way into the starting five. Cushenberry will play Center and Muti looks like a G. When they earn a spot in the five, a shuffle will ensue.

                              Austin Schlottmann had four starts at RG last year and has been taking first team reps at C, the last position he played at TCU. He is quality depth at all inside spots and can start, if necessary.

                              Eli Wilkinson had seven starts at RG in 2018 and looked OK. In the fifteen games he played at RT last year he didn't look to me like a T. He seemed challenged as a pass blocker. IMO his best spot seems RG. Demar Dotson has 106 NFL starts most of which were at RT. He will soon take first team reps. If Munchak thinks he is a better pass blocker than Wilkinson, I'm inclined to think Demar will start. Swing Tackle is an unresolved issue.

                              Garrett Bolles is on the final year of his rookie contract and has started every game at LT. It is good that he and the rest of the first team O-Line practice against Denver's Defensive Front 7. Miller, Chubb, Casey, Harris, et al. may turn out to be the most effective pass rushers in the league this year. Practicing against them will be excellent preparation. It's a good thing "Buzz Lightyear" is mobile. He may need to add some Star Trek technology so he can beam out of trouble ... at least in practice.
                              "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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                              • #90
                                Originally posted by HDbroncos02 View Post
                                There's not much access apart from a few media members. They do livestream some of camp in the morning (albeit a limited view of the field for discreet reasons) so we do get a glimpse of the action. Gathering from reports so far, Lock has been accurate and is being a lot more aggressive-- especially with the deep ball. He's been targeting Sutton and Fant a bunch. Gordon and Lindsay look like legitimate threats in the receiving game. Garett Bolles has had a decent camp so far, with yesterday being an exception. Elijah Wilkinson and Jake Rodgers have struggled mightily in pass protection, while Demar Dotson has just started practicing with the team this week. Austin Schlottmann and Patrick Morris have taken reps at center with the 1's, with the former starting there for the past two days. Cushenberry has been firmly entrenched with the 2's. Jerry Jeudy has been phenomenal. He has been absolutely cooking the second team defense and is making his presence felt against the first team defense, although-- just like any other rookie-- consistency will be the key. Tim Patrick has been fairly quiet despite practicing with the 1's for most of his reps. KJ Hamler started off with two highlight days in a row and just yesterday started getting first team reps. DaeSean Hamilton has shown continued chemistry with Lock from last season early on. Tyrie Cleveland has apparently "made the most of limited reps" and his physicality has been showing at the catch point.

                                All in all, the offense is very young and it's showing. The lack of talent at offensive tackle is also very apparent against arguably the best pass-rushing duo in the league. Those things have been expected, but at the very least-- the offense has looked a lot more explosive.
                                Allbright made an interesting comment about how obvious it is that Shurmur's offense is much more aggressive than Scangarello's was.

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