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  • 58Miller
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    Originally posted by Ear2dastreets View Post

    True but I don't think we will have to trade up. And if we do I hope it's not for Pickett
    Maybe we can trade for Fields and get 2 wins in 10 starts!

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  • skeeter01
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    Originally posted by JvDub95 View Post
    So we are hoping for Washington, Cleveland, Atlanta, Chicago and Seahawk victories today.....assuming we lose to KC
    Well, the first domino fell our way......we lost

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  • Ear2dastreets
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    Originally posted by JvDub95 View Post

    See I think the opposite, if we can get to number 7 we have a legit shot at a top QB prospect in a trade up. We have 2 2nds and 2 3rds because of the Von trade. With a higher pick that might be enough with maybe just 1 future pick to get up top
    True but I don't think we will have to trade up. And if we do I hope it's not for Pickett

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  • JvDub95
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    Originally posted by Ear2dastreets View Post

    I don't want all of them to lose bc if we get "too" high we probably won't take a quarterback, which is what we need.
    See I think the opposite, if we can get to number 7 we have a legit shot at a top QB prospect in a trade up. We have 2 2nds and 2 3rds because of the Von trade. With a higher pick that might be enough with maybe just 1 future pick to get up top

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  • Ear2dastreets
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    Originally posted by JvDub95 View Post
    So we are hoping for Washington, Cleveland, Atlanta, Chicago and Seahawk victories today.....assuming we lose to KC
    I don't want all of them to lose bc if we get "too" high we probably won't take a quarterback, which is what we need.

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  • JvDub95
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    So we are hoping for Washington, Cleveland, Atlanta, Chicago and Seahawk victories today.....assuming we lose to KC

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  • armedequation
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    Originally posted by skeeter01 View Post

    Funny. I thought the narrative early in the year was this guy was a bust....he had some horrendous games.........oh,wait, the team developed him and changed to accommodate his strengths.....didn't know that was an option
    I mean he was just drafted so i dont see how anyone could reasonably call him a bust.

    i do like your sarcasm!

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  • DENVERSB50CHAMP
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    Originally posted by skeeter01 View Post

    Funny. I thought the narrative early in the year was this guy was a bust....he had some horrendous games.........oh,wait, the team developed him and changed to accommodate his strengths.....didn't know that was an option
    Right who would have Thought about developing a QB? Unreal...

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  • skeeter01
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    Originally posted by CTM View Post
    Draft positioning is nice but I don't think it's that important in the grand scheme of things. Having a team that knows how to win is better than a few spots difference in your first round pick. There are maybe a few instances where it truly matters where you pick, and usually it happens with having the first pick. I'm thinking of Luck, Manning and Elway. And that's 3 examples in 30 years. Look at this past draft. Last December everyone was sure Fields was not just the 2nd best QB, he would likely be the 2nd overall pick. No one was thinking of Zach Wilson. Trey Lance was seen as a project. Mac Jones was getting 2nd round buzz.

    And who's happy at the moment? Pats certainly should feel good, but everyone else probably is a bit nervous that their QB needs to improve. Improvement is likely going to happen but it still needs to happen.

    You know who else is probably happy? The Texans. Davis Mills looks like a quality QB as a rookie, and he was a third round choice. Where all the QB's are projected right now probably doesn't matter. Some guys will get pushed up boards for no other reason than they play an important position. Others will get pushed down because they don't look like the current prototype of a mobile QB with a cannon for an arm. Bottom line, you are picking one roster spot of 53 with your first round choice. If the rest of your team is doing so poorly you get to pick slightly higher than you otherwise would have I don't think that's a good problem to have. It's the NFL, all games matter. Experience matters. Winning matters. Losing is infectious. So is winning. Whether we're picking 6th or 11th should not be a concern of ours heading into the offseason.
    Funny. I thought the narrative early in the year was this guy was a bust....he had some horrendous games.........oh,wait, the team developed him and changed to accommodate his strengths.....didn't know that was an option

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  • JvDub95
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    Originally posted by skeeter01 View Post

    That was me....I said that last week.......looking at Tankathon, it was possible, but certain scenarios needed to play out...they didn't. So now it looks like the best we can hope for is spot 7......but, we need Seattle, Chicago & Washington to Win.....and obviously us to loose. Check it out, tell me if I'm wrong. I might be reading it incorrectly. { Atlanta needs to win too ! }

    No, i was right, here's an article that verifies my take

    https://broncoswire.usatoday.com/202...draft-week-18/
    Well, fingers crossed

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  • skeeter01
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    Originally posted by JvDub95 View Post

    Someone said earlier that 6 could be a possibility but I don't see it, too many other 6 win teams. I think the best we could hope for is 9. Still currently sitting at 11
    That was me....I said that last week.......looking at Tankathon, it was possible, but certain scenarios needed to play out...they didn't. So now it looks like the best we can hope for is spot 7......but, we need Seattle, Chicago & Washington to Win.....and obviously us to loose. Check it out, tell me if I'm wrong. I might be reading it incorrectly. { Atlanta needs to win too ! }

    No, i was right, here's an article that verifies my take

    https://broncoswire.usatoday.com/202...draft-week-18/

    Last edited by skeeter01; 01-04-2022, 02:08 PM.

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  • JvDub95
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    Originally posted by KernCoBroncofan View Post
    Okay , so what # are we picking atm?
    Someone said earlier that 6 could be a possibility but I don't see it, too many other 6 win teams. I think the best we could hope for is 9. Still currently sitting at 11

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  • KernCoBroncofan
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    Okay , so what # are we picking atm?

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  • CTM
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    Draft positioning is nice but I don't think it's that important in the grand scheme of things. Having a team that knows how to win is better than a few spots difference in your first round pick. There are maybe a few instances where it truly matters where you pick, and usually it happens with having the first pick. I'm thinking of Luck, Manning and Elway. And that's 3 examples in 30 years. Look at this past draft. Last December everyone was sure Fields was not just the 2nd best QB, he would likely be the 2nd overall pick. No one was thinking of Zach Wilson. Trey Lance was seen as a project. Mac Jones was getting 2nd round buzz.

    And who's happy at the moment? Pats certainly should feel good, but everyone else probably is a bit nervous that their QB needs to improve. Improvement is likely going to happen but it still needs to happen.

    You know who else is probably happy? The Texans. Davis Mills looks like a quality QB as a rookie, and he was a third round choice. Where all the QB's are projected right now probably doesn't matter. Some guys will get pushed up boards for no other reason than they play an important position. Others will get pushed down because they don't look like the current prototype of a mobile QB with a cannon for an arm. Bottom line, you are picking one roster spot of 53 with your first round choice. If the rest of your team is doing so poorly you get to pick slightly higher than you otherwise would have I don't think that's a good problem to have. It's the NFL, all games matter. Experience matters. Winning matters. Losing is infectious. So is winning. Whether we're picking 6th or 11th should not be a concern of ours heading into the offseason.

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  • armedequation
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    Originally posted by broncojuan View Post
    I keep checking the mocks, none of them have us taking a QB. It's ticking me off.
    Can pointed one out.
    I have seen numerous ones.

    Traded up to 7 for corral
    stayed and picked willis
    stayed and picked pickett

    one interesting one had us trading back into the end of the first for strong. I dont remember who they had us picking with the first pick

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