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  • #16
    [QUOTE=Broncosinindy]
    one quick question if we are so close only one or two players away ..how do you have So many questions i mean shoot if we lose nalen and lepsis(hopefully lepsis wont demand millions a nd nalen wants to play another year) .. thats a BIG hit shoot pryce and born big cap hits ...(i say restructure trevor and cut brown) gerrard warren i would like to brign back but not with a BIG paydayid give him a short tender of a year so we can get another year of his play and a chance for him o prove he is great
    The Dline is the biggest question. Who are they going to keep and who to cut loose. People can make arguments all day on this. I think Shanny is going to bring back Warren and restructure for Brown. I think Pryce and Ekuban are gone unless they resign for dirt cheap. We will also address Dline in one form or another in the draft.

    I think that Nalen and Lepsis are going to be gone, I want to keep Nalen, but a gut feeling tells me he is going to be gone. From what I hear they are very happy with Myers' progress and he will probably be a LG next year. Hamilton will move to Center and Carlislsle will stay at RG. The play of Cornell Green this season tells me that he will be at RT next year and Foster will move to left. PJ Alexander will be back next year who Shanny has always been high on, and be back up guard for Myers and Carlisle.

    They still need one or two more lineman and this draft has a couple of Denver type lineman in it with Eslinger and Setterstrom from Minnesota, Eric Winston from Miami, Winston Justice from USC, Daryn Colledge from Boise State. Just to name a few.

    i would imagine joe jerevicious is gonna go back to seattle and would cost a big amount of money to get him here but .. he can block and he can catch the tough catch ...i wouldnt take a chance on a reciever until late in the draft if we do....draft speaking i would wate tell next year to go higher on this one

    WR is a weird situation for Denver. This draft isn't very deep with great talent so I think Shanny might go into the FA to nab a WR. Jurevicious is an option along with Wayne (he will be too expensive) and Charlie Rogers will probably be released. Rogers would be my choice, take a gamble on a great talent and have Rod and Shanny groom him to be an elite WR. Adams can be a solid #3 and Lelie #2. But we need that clutch #1 to replace Rod when he leaves.

    i love john lynch he is a great player but we HAVE to address our saftey position bring in a guy with cover ability i mention that denver is 29th in the league in pass defense while they have faced a league high passing attempts... the defense has been burned both saftey and dline are to blame i dont think you can put all the blame on either position..

    browner he is a question ... he had a year to learn the defense hile it be the playbook i would gie him a extensive look
    This draft is loaded with Safety's. If we draft either Huff or Bing in the first I would be very happy. Also Jason Allen and Jimmy Williams will be first rounders. LaRon Landry also might be a first rounder. You also have guys like Greg Blue, Pat Watkins, Anthony Smith from Syracuse, Nate Salley from OSU and Brandon Merriweather from Miami who will be good second - fourth rounders. This draft is loaded with saftety's and we will probably get one of them.

    MA i think we can get another decent year out of him move the pile sort of stuff ...

    tatum bell is working on hs pass blocking and recieving out of the back field .. if i was mike shanahan i would defentely empahasize his strength this offseason i think he can if he does

    ron dayne is getting up there i years and has never been the fetured back...here is another position i would expect the broncos to focus on in the draft late ..with there ability to pick up good players late...
    RB's do we need to even question this position anymore? I think Shanny has proven he knows what he is doing with RB's.


    in my mind that leaves us further away from th goal next year then when we came in this year...denvers picks will be mid to late picks this year nothing sure fire in those picks over a second round guy...that and above all that we dnt have alot of cash to sign those guys...i like hte idea of trading down this year... thats what san deigo and new england have done over the past few seasons ..and have grown into GREAT teams

    if it was up to me i would keep our oline intact as much as possible ..as it has been the staple of our success the last few years...cut some of the high priced vets or ask them to resturcture ...id go with our first couple picks a saftey defensive end and a deffensive tackle

    In the NFL teams are changing from year to year and I feel that we are in a decent position this off season to continue winning. There will be obvious changes next year, but this years draft and FA market will hopefully address our issues.
    The three Keys to football
    1. Turnovers
    2. Field Position
    3. Red Zone Play

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    • #17
      so the possiblity of getting a decent saftey with our round two pick is possible?

      i like the change up on the o line if we can get myers to play broncos style bal

      what do you think lepsis free agency value will be? i really dont see him comanding a HUGE salary i think he is would like to stay in denver

      if it plays out this way i would defeintly look at changing to a three four and nabbing a run clogger and a rushing linebacker with our first two picks ... although i still would like to get more picks out of it ... considering our first rounder from washington maybe a 20 pick
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      While he sits by his hearth at home.
      Quickly finds when questioned by others .
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Broncosinindy
        so the possiblity of getting a decent saftey with our round two pick is possible?

        i like the change up on the o line if we can get myers to play broncos style bal

        what do you think lepsis free agency value will be? i really dont see him comanding a HUGE salary i think he is would like to stay in denver

        if it plays out this way i would defeintly look at changing to a three four and nabbing a run clogger and a rushing linebacker with our first two picks ... although i still would like to get more picks out of it ... considering our first rounder from washington maybe a 20 pick

        Lepsis will get a big offer from either Atlanta or Houston. He is from Texas so I could easily see him playing for the Texans next year. It would be a good fit for both him and the Texans.

        Even if we have #20 and #32 we still have a chance to nab Dumervil and Lawson if we switch to a 3-4. Some people say Dumervil is a top 15 pick and others say his size will drop him to low first round or second rounder. Lawson will probably be a late first rounder or second rounder.

        Honestly I don't think we will change to a 3-4 because Shanny doesn't like it. We are a good team and we run into the same problem every year... the Colts. The Colts have a big problem with the 3-4 as seen with SD last week and with a healthy New England team. If we play Indy again this year and get spanked, Shanny better switch to the 3-4. Three woopings in Indy better open his eyes and make a change.

        If we stay with the 4-3, I like Claude Wroten. He is a great playmaker inside getting good penetration into the backfield, but I don't know if he has size to play in a 3-4 defense. We need more of a 330lb clogger for the 3-4.


        We can probably get a good safety in the third round since this draft is loaded with safety's.
        The three Keys to football
        1. Turnovers
        2. Field Position
        3. Red Zone Play

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Mat'hir Uth Gan
          I'd trade up for Ngata, Kiwanuka, or Williams if after the offseason, our only glaring hole is on the defensive line. Especially Ngata, he's as can't-miss as they come in my opinion.

          It kind of all depends on what we need come draft time and how our offseason went. If we resign Warren, there's less of a need for Ngata. If we restructure Price and sign a DE but lose Warren, then I trade up for Ngata if he makes it out of the top picks.

          DE can be easily filled in free agency but probably not both sides unless we restructure Pryce. If all we need is one DE, then I try and trade up for Kiwi, Williams, or maybe even Hali.


          The truth, in my eyes, is that we are only a couple players away from a Superbowl. And those players are at #3 WR and RDE and LDT.

          The problem with this draft is that we will positioned perfectly with the first pick to get a 2nd tier DT, and postioned perfectly with the 2nd pick to get a 1st tier WR prospect. But the RDEs, probably the most important position, will be gone, or at least the sure-thing ones. And while we can easily fill LDE in Free Agency, RDE likely can't be.

          Thus, the end dilemma....

          Trade up for a sure thing RDE or stay pat and take a potential bust DT and WR?

          I trade up I think.
          i really don't think we draft a wide receiver this year in the first couple of rounds, simply because this is a very, very thin WR class with no real standouts. also WR can very easily be found via free agency in my opinion, especially a #3 receiver. WR is the most likely position to bust and another bust certainly won't get us to the super bowl very fast


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          • #20
            thats why joe jerevicious gets the nod
            The fool who fancies he is full of wisdom
            While he sits by his hearth at home.
            Quickly finds when questioned by others .
            That he knows nothing at all.

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