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    - Broncos QB Brock Osweiler Speaks Out About Peyton Manning -

    "Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler was on Yahoo! Sports radio, and he really opened up about his role with the team and his relationship with Peyton Manning.

    While the last three years have gone by incredibly fast (in my opinion), I can’t really imagine what it’s like to be in Osweiler’s shoes, basically getting drafted into a situation where your role is to prepare as though you’re going to start at some point, perhaps any given week, you just have no idea when.

    That’s the curse — and blessing — of having a future Hall of Famer in front of you on the depth chart. Peyton Manning is a living legend. The players on the Broncos know that, and there have even been some rumors that it’s hard for them to treat him as just another ‘one of the guys’ but for the most part, it seems like everyone generally gets along with the Sheriff and that includes his protege Brock Osweiler."

    “I’d be lying to you if I said it hasn’t been tough to not play over the past three years,” Osweiler said, “but the one thing I do know is that I’m going to work on a daily basis with one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game and I guess I really just want to make the most of that situation.” ...

    “The one thing that I really have taken away from him and I probably hold dearest is how to be a professional on a daily basis. Whether that’s on the football field, off the football field as far as maybe a charity event goes, in the classroom and just being an overall leader. Peyton really showed me how to be a professional in this league.” ...

    Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler was on Yahoo! Sports radio, and he really opened up about his role with the team and his relationship with Peyton...

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    Os will be the next Aaron Rodgers...possibly sooner than we thought.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Taos_Broncomaniac View Post
      Os will be the next Aaron Rodgers...possibly sooner than we thought.
      Best QB in the league? doubt it.......possible though
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Taos_Broncomaniac View Post
        Os will be the next Aaron Rodgers...possibly sooner than we thought.
        He has a very high ceiling. Darn near perfect physical traits for a QB(seriously, 6'8" 240, more mobile than some half his size, more than a rocket arm) with a humble, hard working attitude and willing to be coached and improve? He has star written all over him.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Papa-pwn View Post
          He has a very high ceiling. Darn near perfect physical traits for a QB(seriously, 6'8" 240, more mobile than some half his size, more than a rocket arm) with a humble, hard working attitude and willing to be coached and improve? He has star written all over him.
          I hope so. A transition from PM to average would cause these boards to crash. We don't need him to be HOF, just above average with his decision making and capable of not turning the ball over. Not necessarily manage the offense but "run" the offense. We should be fine, but we don't know yet and time will only tell how long the PM ride will be running.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by drgiggles View Post
            I hope so. A transition from PM to average would cause these boards to crash. We don't need him to be HOF, just above average with his decision making and capable of not turning the ball over. Not necessarily manage the offense but "run" the offense. We should be fine, but we don't know yet and time will only tell how long the PM ride will be running.
            We need him to see the field! I am in no way wishing PM anything but a HOF sendoff year but we need to offer Os a contract based on something more than a wish sandwich.
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            • #7
              I've always said that if we win a Super Bowl with either Peyton or Osweiler at the helm, the whole Peyton era will go down as a tremendous success.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Taos_Broncomaniac View Post
                We need him to see the field! I am in no way wishing PM anything but a HOF sendoff year but we need to offer Os a contract based on something more than a wish sandwich.
                I agree. At some point Os needs to see the field. Hopefully, PM has us in blowouts and he can get a quarter here and there. We can't sign this guy blind.
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                • #9
                  Oz will start a few games, Kubs is not afraid to set Manning a game or two if he thinks it will allow him time to heal up for the next week. The odds of Manning going through the season without getting banged up are slim, and it is more important that Manning be as close to 100% as possible entering the postseason. As Kubs says "It does not matter how you get there, what's important is how you finish". The last few seasons Manning has not been healthy entering the playoffs and it shows up.
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                  • #10
                    I hope brock does well, it would be Ozsome! get it!!! gettt itt!!!

                    I'll see myself out.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Taos_Broncomaniac View Post
                      Os will be the next Aaron Rodgers...possibly sooner than we thought.
                      We won't know that till it happens. There isn't enough there to make this statement. The kid has potential, but right now it's too early to make that kind of prediction.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Remedy View Post
                        I hope brock does well, it would be Ozsome! get it!!! gettt itt!!!

                        I'll see myself out.
                        PLease do...
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Freyaka View Post
                          We won't know that till it happens. There isn't enough there to make this statement. The kid has potential, but right now it's too early to make that kind of prediction.
                          The brain trust in Denver seems to feel strongly about this QB. If I were to pick one person to chose the heir apparent it would be Elway, period. Unless he gets starry eyed ala Shanny/Cutler or for some crazy reason another proven starter falls in our lap, I think Os is it.

                          The Broncos are not going to be bottom feeders anytime soon under Elway. Short of selling the farm for a 1st pick were going with Plan A part 2.

                          It's the off season and I'm feeling saucy so the prediction stands.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Taos_Broncomaniac View Post
                            The brain trust in Denver seems to feel strongly about this QB. If I were to pick one person to chose the heir apparent it would be Elway, period. Unless he gets starry eyed ala Shanny/Cutler or for some crazy reason another proven starter falls in our lap, I think Os is it.

                            The Broncos are not going to be bottom feeders anytime soon under Elway. Short of selling the farm for a 1st pick were going with Plan A part 2.

                            It's the off season and I'm feeling saucy so the prediction stands.
                            I get that, but I'm sure there have been a lot of QB's in the past that the brain trust of their team thought was a sure hit that didn't actually pan out in game time situation. He could just as easily be the next Curtis Painter as Aaron Rodgers and until we really see him play (and I mean practicing all week with the 1's taking all the snaps and starting the game and not just being thrown in there in garbage time) We really have zero idea of what we really have.

                            I'm hopeful that he can be great, but he could be a failed experiment it's up in the air right now.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ebsoria View Post
                              PLease do...
                              Are you sure he doesn't need an escort for that post? I think we should get him a box to pack his stuff in and help see him out
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