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  1. #16
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    A tough game but really doesn't matter if we win or lose, its better to have some tough games as the rest of the season is ALL about seeing what we have in Lock.

    I think it would be naive to think he won't have some struggles over these next four games, after all he is just starting out in the league, but if we can see some potential there and leadership and a reason to back him over the off-season and into next season then that will be huge.

    The one thing that makes it tough on him is a lack of a second receiver. I love Sutton, Fant, and Lindsay in the passing game but we really lack a solid number 2 (and 3) receiver.

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    Sutton battling hamstring issues. Hope he can be effective today

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    Thanks Elway!

    GO BRONCOS!!!!

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    How many drops does Hamilton have to have before Winfree gets a shot?

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    GO BRONCOS!!!

    Let's go D and shut Jackson down ---to the turf!!!
    Superbowl 50 MVP Von Miller on February 7th, 2016

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    GO BRONCOS!!!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by L.M. View Post
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    GO BRONCOS!!!

    Let's go D and shut Jackson down ---to the turf!!!
    You mean Watson.


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    I think this is the game where we get reminded that Lock is very much still a rookie. And we are going up against an 8-4 team, after all. I just hope he makes good, quick reads and gets the ball out of his hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronx_2003 View Post
    A tough game but really doesn't matter if we win or lose, its better to have some tough games as the rest of the season is ALL about seeing what we have in Lock.

    I think it would be naive to think he won't have some struggles over these next four games, after all he is just starting out in the league, but if we can see some potential there and leadership and a reason to back him over the off-season and into next season then that will be huge.

    The one thing that makes it tough on him is a lack of a second receiver. I love Sutton, Fant, and Lindsay in the passing game but we really lack a solid number 2 (and 3) receiver.
    i was really hoping hamiltion was going to be at least a good slot wr but just seems to drop to many hopefully via the draft can find a couple more wr's or least try winfree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bootleg View Post


    How many drops does Hamilton have to have before Winfree gets a shot?
    I guess a few more what a shame let the young kids play

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronco30 View Post
    i was really hoping hamiltion was going to be at least a good slot wr but just seems to drop to many hopefully via the draft can find a couple more wr's or least try winfree
    If we went WR with our first rounder would you go for Lamb or Ruggs ?

    Lamb is more polished and looks class, but Ruggs is electric while still being a good route runner with decent hands, he would give us a Tyreek Hill type receiver where the OC can be creative and would give more space to Sutton and Lindsay.

    I'm split on which one I would pick

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    Ok i made it to my local watering hole, they got the game on for me and im representing. Go Broncos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bronx_2003 View Post
    If we went WR with our first rounder would you go for Lamb or Ruggs ?

    Lamb is more polished and looks class, but Ruggs is electric while still being a good route runner with decent hands, he would give us a Tyreek Hill type receiver where the OC can be creative and would give more space to Sutton and Lindsay.

    I'm split on which one I would pick
    me to but I am leaning towards ruggs looks more explosive he is but I do think he is smaller than lamb at least looks that way on tv

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    just hope the young guys keep progressing and we/the OC opens it up more

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