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Thread: '04 Back-Up QB

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    '04 Back-Up QB

    Should be John Kitna, Give him a decent line and running game, LOOK OUT he will pick a defense apart, 300+ yrd. games back2back!!!
    The only thing that calms me down is watching the Denver Broncos play 60minutes of football!!!

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    kitna

    we are defintley going to need one, Kitna would be ideal. I always liked the guy. Hes prob take a backup job also. Feeley will be avialble from Philly also

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    Dear God NO!!!!!! Are ya'll crazy or what?? Kitna is a turnover machine and cannot throw a deep out to save his life. That would be a HUGE mistake if we brought him in next year. I couldn't even imagine seeing Kitna behind center wearing a bronco uni if Plummer goes down next year.

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    Next years veteran back up like it or not is going to be Danny Kanell. He just needs sometime to learn the offense. Actually I think Kanell is good fit for team. Now some might say "Well he was released wasn't he?" Yes however, Danny was the first person that Shanahan called he could of called Jarious who has more experience in the offense but he called Kanell instead that should tell you something.

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    the broncos should draft a QB. Check out my thread!
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    Let's Draft Ryan Dinwiddie....ahaha. aha...*ahem*


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    I have seen Ryan Dinwiddie play he just might be a good fit for Denver. I saw the game between Boise State and Fresno State when Carr was a senior and he actually outplayed Carr on his home turf.

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    re: Ryan Dinwiddie

    Ryan is a good player. He is also the kind of guy we could get after the draft.
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    I wouldnt mind Akili Smith.
    I believe he could become a star in the Nfl with the right coah and system.
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    Re: re: Ryan Dinwiddie

    Originally posted by Chubs_323
    Ryan is a good player. He is also the kind of guy we could get after the draft.
    I'm not sure I follow what you mean Chubs. I have hunch he get drafted by some team but I have no idea where he ranks right now. Would you mind explaining a little further what you mean about getting Ryan after the draft I interested as what you mean by that.

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    I don't want the Broncos to be Akilis "fit" The Packers cut him in training camp, and I don't think he has what it take.

    Should be interesting to see who it is.
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    Originally posted by Elway
    I don't want the Broncos to be Akilis "fit" The Packers cut him in training camp, and I don't think he has what it take.

    Should be interesting to see who it is.
    I agree with about Akili, and further more I don't see him being a good fit for the Broncos anyway.

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    I still think Ken Dorsey is the quarterback to get.

    The guy put on 20 pounds and did well for the 49ers in the preseason. The problem is, he's the 3rd stringer behind Tim Rattay.

    He should be looked at a lot better.

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    I don't know CA

    I admit that Dorsey is smart qb, but I am not sure he has enough arm.

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    The other issue is that Jake might be the starter for several years.. will we better off drafting one, or picking a capable journeyman?

    Who will be willing to wait around in a back-up role.
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