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  • #16
    Originally posted by BroncoBreeder View Post

    I think bringing in a particular coach to lure a particular QB is not the way to go.

    Plus, I don't want the Broncos to use up the entire cap space to pay a QB 50 million a year.

    Preferably, I would want to find a QB in the draft and spread the money around at other positions.

    Huge QB contracts make teams die a slow death via cap space until they are bled dry. IE...Ravens-Flacco Seahawk-Wilson Falcons-Ryan
    Im sorry that is what franchise qbs cost 40-50 million dollars a year, if we can get Rodgers for the next 2-3 years after watching the dog**** we have trotted out there the last 6 years and you are not for it then i think you are nuts

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Carffather View Post

      Im sorry that is what franchise qbs cost 40-50 million dollars a year, if we can get Rodgers for the next 2-3 years after watching the dog**** we have trotted out there the last 6 years and you are not for it then i think you are nuts
      There Will Be Disagreement

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      • #18
        Originally posted by listopencil View Post
        And I'm pretty disgusted with our 2022 draft, just FYI.
        Seriously, these two posts might be my favorite ever.

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        • #19


          Originally posted by Broncos1963 View Post

          Seriously, these two posts might be my favorite ever.
          I love that there is only one post quoted and you mention these two post. I think its awesome in a thread where there will be agreeable disagreement you chose one and left the other for the other posters to pick. Kudos to you!!!!! Oh and I think I know it was unintentional but that just makes it even more genius.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by BroncoBreeder View Post

            I think bringing in a particular coach to lure a particular QB is not the way to go.

            Plus, I don't want the Broncos to use up the entire cap space to pay a QB 50 million a year.

            Preferably, I would want to find a QB in the draft and spread the money around at other positions.

            Huge QB contracts make teams die a slow death via cap space until they are bled dry. IE...Ravens-Flacco Seahawk-Wilson Falcons-Ryan
            I'm not terribly excited about Hackett in a vacuum, but it does look like he has some teaching acumen and is quite passionate about coaching based on some video clips and interviews I have seen. On the Pat McAfee Show, the crew made it super obvious to Rodgers' own face that Denver interviewing and possibly bringing in Hackett could be a way to get him here. Then again, I'm sure A-Rod has been long aware of that possibility-- as we all have.

            If Hackett knocks it out of the park in the interview and has a strong plan for fixing the offense while asserting a vision for the defense and bringing in a promising DC, I'm all for it.

            If 2-3 years of Rodgers means a Super Bowl, that would be worth it wouldn't it? Obviously it would be nice to find that young franchise QB that could lead this team for the next 20 years, but this roster is probably not bad enough to lose out that much to get a top pick in the next few seasons honestly.

            Year after year, teams treat the cap like it's an imaginary thing... I'm not too worried about it if we get a superstar QB here. Most of our talent is on rookie contracts anyways. But I do understand wanting to maintain cap flexibility and be able to spend in FA where necessary. Smart teams don't give out fat contracts to mediocre or declining QBs. I'd argue that Seattle has been brought down by the terrible Jamal Adams trade and Wilson's injury, while not doing enough to build the roster in key areas.
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            • #21
              All pro sports teams have historical "peaks" and valleys". Some peaks being very high and bright and some valleys being very deep and dark.

              The Broncos are no exception and obviously they are currently stuck at the valley bottom looking up at the high NFL peaks and thus formulating a plan to start the steep, difficult and grueling ascent to revived greatness.....AGAIN.... + more.

              Patients is one of the hardest attitudes to achieve to maintain one's sanity.

              Essential Meaning of patient:

              1: able to remain calm and not become annoyed when waiting for a long time or when dealing with problems or difficult people.
              Utah Bronco Freak

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              • #22
                Originally posted by jazzbodog View Post
                All pro sports teams have historical "peaks" and valleys". Some peaks being very high and bright and some valleys being very deep and dark.

                The Broncos are no exception and obviously they are currently stuck at the valley bottom looking up at the high NFL peaks and thus formulating a plan to start the steep, difficult and grueling ascent to revived greatness.....AGAIN.... + more.

                Patients is one of the hardest attitudes to achieve to maintain one's sanity.

                Essential Meaning of patient:

                1: able to remain calm and not become annoyed when waiting for a long time or when dealing with problems or difficult people.
                But I have stayed calm throughout.....











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                • #23
                  [QUOTE]
                  Originally posted by jazzbodog View Post
                  All pro sports teams have historical "peaks" and valleys". Some peaks being very high and bright and some valleys being very deep and dark.

                  The Broncos are no exception and obviously they are currently stuck at the valley bottom looking up at the high NFL peaks and thus formulating a plan to start the steep, difficult and grueling ascent to revived greatness.....AGAIN.... + more.

                  Patients is one of the hardest attitudes to achieve to maintain one's sanity.

                  [B]Essential Meaning of patient:
                  Some people are expecting a Tom Brady/Bucs type resurgence next year with Rodgers......Though, highly unlikely.

                  We are probably two years away from making the playoffs again.

                  Think about it....We have to play Chargers, Chiefs, and Raiders twice every year and win at least 60% of those games to have a chance.

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                  • #24
                    [QUOTE=BroncoBreeder;n8400321]

                    Some people are expecting a Tom Brady/Bucs type resurgence next year with Rodgers......Though, highly unlikely.

                    We are probably two years away from making the playoffs again.

                    Think about it....We have to play Chargers, Chiefs, and Raiders twice every year and win at least 60% of those games to have a chance.
                    Which is also a good thing in my books, because The AFC West will be exciting for years to come, and with the 3rd wild card of late, there is a good chance we will have 2 playoff teams in the division.

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                    • #25
                      I may be wrong, but this feels like one of the most "amiable" periods in a long, long time. I think it should be, given the likelihood that many of us will be a little happier after the positions are filled. And as I state, there will be disagreement, but that's part of discussion. Especially with all the variables involved.

                      But if I can offer....this feels pretty good. Some discussion, some agreement, some disagreement, and some fun. Not much else you can ask for on a board.

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                      • #26
                        [QUOTE=BroncoBreeder;n8400321]

                        Some people are expecting a Tom Brady/Bucs type resurgence next year with Rodgers......Though, highly unlikely.

                        We are probably two years away from making the playoffs again.

                        Think about it....We have to play Chargers, Chiefs, and Raiders twice every year and win at least 60% of those games to have a chance.
                        I totally agree with your post.

                        I don't want to see Rodgers in Denver....at all. Not even in a McDonalds.

                        Many reasons for me.
                        Utah Bronco Freak

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