• bradley
    • gnasses

      This was most interesting to me from that article. If I were a prospective NFL player I might almost want to play for the Broncos for this reason to get my training camp, practices, and 50% of games at higher altitude.

      “They also looked at data on reported concussions in high school sports as well as in NFL games and found that concussion rates were roughly 30 percent lower in games played at higher altitude. This could be because the human brain tends to increase in volume at high altitude, giving it less room to move around inside the cranium, says Gregory Myer, director of the human performance laboratory at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.”

  • RSH
    • The Color Orange

      But he doesn’t like football.

      • And he’s not nasty.

      • Yahmule

        The thing about this process that I hate the most is the way people are so cavalier about spreading dumb rumors without regard to the young men involved. Trevor Pryce still holds a grudge against Mel Kiper because he believes he would have been a top ten pick if not for Kiper’s comments about him. And, so often, they view everything through a negative prism. I thought Ryan’s decision to think about whether he really wanted to make the commitment to a career in football indicated intelligence and maturity.

    • Yahmule

      Nothing against Garrett, but I would have loved to get Evan Engram and follow it up with Dion Dawkins.

      • RSH

        That would have been a nice pair of picks.

        • Yahmule

          Every draft season I wind up being obsessed with one or two players. Last year was EE and this year it’s this dude.

          http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/nd/sports/m-footbl/auto_a_astorywide/12987960.jpeg

          • RSH

            I would categorize such obsession as both merited and absolutely healthy. Quenton Nelson would look damn good in Broncos’ orange and blue.

          • Sparks

            The only way this will happen is if they sign a veteran QB to man the reins or do some horse trading. If we have to go QB in the 1st, this guy is as good as gone.

          • RSH

            I have been in the minority here pushing for the veteran quarterback route. I would be elated if we end up with Nelson, especially if we can trade back a few slots to get him.

          • Nick

            I definitely would not rule out a veteran QB acquisition.

          • gobroncos

            Here’s my thought process. We don’t pick this early very often. We all want that franchise QB that will elevate the play of everyone on the team. Now seems like as good a time as any to get him in the draft. If we pick up a vet with the intention that they’ll make this team better in the short term, and pick up a different player, then we’ve squandered the opportunity to get a QB this draft. We’ll be right back here where we are again in a few years.

            If we got Cousins, well, he’ll last longer than a few years, so there’s that option. And of course I understand that the draft can be a crap shoot and we’re not guaranteed to get a good QB with the 4th overall pick, and that we might get lucky and pick up a good QB with our 2nd round pick, but the odds sure do favor the early 1st round QB picks.

          • Sparks

            I’m on the fence with the veteran qb/1st round pick qb routes. They both have their merit and their risks. RWC threw out the Cousins-Nelson pairing yesterday. That’s very enticing to me. Talk about plugging two holes with a 1-2 punch. OTOH, you take one of the young QB’s and he ends up being a player, you’re set at QB for the next 15+ years and you have a very cheap solution for 5, allowing you to load up in other areas for a short term run at a SB. I know there’s a ton more that we’ll discuss over the next umpteen months but for a quick view, this is how I see it.

          • Yahmule

            He is going to make the team who drafts him deadly in the red zone. There’s no doubt in my mind that he could excel @ center or tackle if you wanted to move him there, but I would fire any coach who suggested moving him off LG.

      • Sparks

        I like Engram and think he has the potential to be a great player in this league, but man, he had a rough outing on Thanksgiving. I can remember at least 2 first down drops and I think he had another drop as well.

        • Yahmule

          He’s hitting the rookie wall a little bit. I also think the atmosphere around that team is just tough right now. Kind of becoming the default number one receiver for a while on a terribly disappointing team in the New York media market has kind of taken its toll on him. But he definitely needs to drop fewer balls next season. Easily getting separation from defenders means nothing the football is your enemy, as Braylon Edwards could attest. That guy was open practically 100% of the time and out of the league @ 29.

          https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/E/EdwaBr00.htm

          • Sparks

            Agree. The WR hits they’ve taken has forced him into a Option #1 role that most rookie TE’s don’t have to endure. It’ll be interesting to see what he can do once the opposition has to reallocate their top corners once OBJ and others are back healthy. As much as I like Tavarres King (for being a Bronco draft pick) he’s not instilling fear like OBJ does.

          • Yahmule

            His catch rate in the first six games was 57% and that was brought down by a four target zero catch game in week five. Decent enough for a young TE who runs as many routes downfield as he does. He became much higher volume in targets at that point – which made my heart soar because I own him in FF so much I should give him an allowance every week – but his efficiency plummeted. Catch rate down to 45% the last five weeks, which is totally unacceptable.

  • RSH

    https://twitter.com/PostBroncos/status/936580710449676288

    Brendan Langley will have to wait until Sunday to see if the lessons he learned from a rocky NFL defensive debut can enhance his performance. But he insists he’s already been hammering home the motto any cornerback must subscribe to in order to survive in the league: have a short memory. . . .

    It was a challenging afternoon for the third-round draft pick, who was schooled by Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper for a touchdown in the second quarter and couldn’t stay with wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson on a third-down play late in the fourth quarter that sealed a 21-14 win for Oakland. . . .

    Broncos coach Vance Joseph this week shared with Langley the cover-your-eyes details of his own first shot as a defensive back in the NFL. It was 1995 and Joseph, a rookie cornerback for the Jets, was matched up with Oakland’s Tim Brown, one of the league’s top wide receivers. As Brown and the Raiders neared the goal line, they went right at Joseph, just as the 2017 Raiders did to Langley on Sunday, when the rookie got spun around as Cooper floated to the corner of the end zone.

    “It was almost the same play,” Joseph said, comparing Langley’s welcome-to-the-NFL moment to his own. “I was a right corner and Tim Brown was on the 5-yard line, and I looked like (Langley). So I told him, I said, ‘You’re a better player than I was. So you have a chance. I had no chance.’ Again, playing corner in the league is tough. It’s like playing tackle or playing quarterback. They have to go through those things to get better.”

    • Forrest Trump

      Just imagine if Denver was who a lot of people thought they were. Talib, Harris or Roby then got legit hurt, and Denver was actually counting on Elway latest cutesy, smartest-man–in-the-universe pick. (Its hard to split out his fist 4 pcks of this latest group out of that pack, by the way.)

      Fuck the fluff pieces and propaganda. Denver needs a competent GM. #HIREKUBES

      • RSH

        Were you really expecting a third round cornerback, who was going to need some refining, to light it up on Sunday when he was pressed into action after Aqib Talib was ejected? I understand criticizing Elway for some of his personnel decisions that are hampering the Broncos at the moment, but your reaction to Langley’s performance in what was his first prolonged playing time seems a bit overblown.

        • Forrest Trump

          I expect a 3rd round pick to be able to play in a pinch. Marginally, at least.

          The thing is, this isn’t an anomoly under Elway. Its a habit. He consistently picks low odds projects, way too early, and they sit and do virtually nothing for four long years, taking roster spots from the journeymen who help you mitigate rough stretches. If by some stroke of luck, one of them can actually play, he sends them packing when its time to reward them in order to clear space for his next smartest guy ever wasted pick.

          • RSH

            Fair points, but let’s give Langley more than one week before we write him off, especially where the game plan was not to have him play as many snaps as he ended up playing.

          • Sparks

            Elway picked Roby and picked up his 5th year option. I thought you were on record as a Roby fan. I could be mistaken. Was that a wasted pick?

          • Forrest Trump

            Roby was a great pick. The last one. And he is going into his 5th year. Think on that a bit.

            Roby also fell into Elway’s lap. He couldn’t not fuck that up, but he was probably unhappy having no choice but to pick a guy that could actually already play football.

          • Sparks

            Cherry picking some names drafted since Roby but you think Paradis, Corey Nelson, TS, Ray, Simmons & Gotsis are all horseshit? I agree that drafting under Elway hasn’t been stellar, but show me 10 GM’s with a better hit rate. Only 10. If you can’t come up with 10, that already puts Elway in the top 3rd of GM’s. Not too shabby. I’m not even including UDFA’s that have made the team.

            Drafting is only one aspect of player acquisition, though. How about his FA acquisition rate? The Watson/Stephenson duo has been horrible, no doubt. But what about DWare, ES, Peko, Kerr, DStew, Mathis, Leary, Talib, TJ Ward, BMarsh etc that he has signed. There are others but I’m trying to stick to FA’s signed since Roby was drafted. I’m sure I’m missing some. Do you give him any credit for any of those?

            Then how about the players he’s retained like DT, CHJ and Wolfe in the last 4 years. Does he get credit for those?

            I don’t have the exact headcount, but with FA’s, I’d say he’s on a 4-1 hit count. 4 good to every 1 bad and it may even be higher than 4. I think that’s pretty good. In the draft, I’d speculate his success rate is the same across the league over a period of time. He’s not perfect by any stretch but I think he’s better than anyone else we could get.

            And maybe you were being facetious, but do you really think Elway was unhappy he had to choose a player that could play football? You really think that depressed him in some sort of way to draft a player that might help his team?

          • Forrest Trump

            That last part was hopefully sarcasm. The part about him being bummed an actual finished product was there for the taking. I don’t know, though.

            We’ll see on Ray.

            Paradis is technically sound, but gets bullued around by power. He doesn’t make anybody seem competent around him.

            I see most of Simmons good press as pure hogwash. He is a dependable tackler. He is also often glued to the ground and the last man diagnosing on D. That is a really bad quality for a S. 97 year old Jason Witten beat him by 40 yards on a stick n nod a few weeks back.

            Missing in the draft is one thing. His backward rebuild of the O has set back the team at least a few years, though. He was the guy that decided to develope one of two low percentage QB prospects behind the worst o line in franchise history without much help whatsoever from the skill positions. When it blew up in his face, he called the Sup 50 Champs a bunch of pussies.

            Thats our hero, and he is going to fix it?

            I personally doubt it.

          • Sparks

            He also built the defense…from the ground up. What are your thoughts on the defense for the last 3 years?

          • Forrest Trump

            He built it and deserves some credit. He also gave us this defense, where at full strength, teams don’t even bother to test our CBs and still hang 30ish and win by double digits. He gets credit for that, too.

          • Sparks

            If we are only judging Elway on this current year, then yes, I’d say your stance gains more merit. I think it’d be a better measurement to look at his entire body of work or at least a larger sample size than 1 year. That said, we know they made an aggressive effort to strengthen the defense over the last 3 years. So, looking only at that time period and the Mendoza line of 30 points you gave, they have given up 30+ points, 6 times out of 46 games, or ~13%. Of those 6, 2 included points given up by ST…so 4 out of 46 games, or ~9%. I’d say that’s pretty damn good. Show me a team that consistently, year after year, has a top 5 offense and defense. It doesn’t happen in this cap world of the NFL. So, after the debacle of SB48, they decided to go defense heavy. Has it been at the expense of the offense? Hell yes, it has, but what does one expect? That you can build a sustainable top 5 defense and offense?

            This may be one where we’ll have to agree to disagree, Drew. IMO, Elway has done an outstanding job. He has his misses for sure and should get chastised for those. All GM’s have misses, that’s not an uncommon phenomenon. His comment about being ‘soft’ was not the best but I didn’t take it as harshly as others had and actually bought into his backpedaling of sorts that he meant the whole team to include himself. You can be assured though, that the team he referred to as soft is not the team that won SB50. If the Broncos string together multiple 3 win seasons, then sure, I’d look a little more closely at the GM and how he’s performing, but we’re not there yet. At least I’m not.

            On the flip side, I also give him credit where it’s due and looking at his entire body of work, I don’t know if any GM has done as good a job in the last 6 years. If you can think of any, please let me know.

          • Nick

            Belichick is pretty much the gold standard, whether we like it or not.

            My clear top tier, in no particular order, are Elway, Belichick, Newsome, Colbert, Schneider, and Thompson.

          • Sparks

            I’d have to agree with you on GM’s. Newsome is a great example. What have the Ravens done since wining it all in 2012? They’ve gone 37-38 in the regular season. Yet, I would still classify him as a top notch GM. To give perspective, the Broncos are 49-26 over that same time frame.

          • Yahmule

            I believe he definitely regrets the soft comment. John sometimes forgets what it was like to be a player. He didn’t want to play for hardass Frank Kush and he chafed under Dan’s brick red face and bulging neck veins. Shanahan was so close in age to John when they met and began working together in 1985, that Shanahan was almost a peer as much as a coach. Shanahan learned that acting like an imperious dictator with no track record is the worst approach possible as he packed up his shit and left Los Angeles after his first head coaching gig and he treated John with a lot of deference when he returned to Denver as a head coach as decade after he first arrived.

            Elway seems to want things both ways as far as coaches. He liked John Fox because he had the calm demeanor, but then he became frustrated that Fox didn’t yell at the team enough and stepped in personally to do some screaming at least once. Instead of pivoting to a more vocal coach, he chose the very low key Gary Kubiak next. This move was always predicted, but selecting another quiet guy in Vance Joseph tells me the kind of coach Elway likes to play for is the patient and steady guys. As a GM, seems to want a guy who will turn over a table in the locker room to get everyone’s attention once in a while, but those guys tend to be more hardheaded about other things, too.

            I can forgive Elway’s personnel and hiring decisions, but I think he still has things to learn about dealing with people. The events of the past couple of years are making this a less attractive destination for coaches and that will eventually impact free agency if it’s not corrected.

          • FarAwayBroncoFan

            Dear Mr. Forrest –

            We’re Bronco fans – that means more Superbowls (appearances) than losing seasons.

            That means sold out stadiums.

            That means at least one (Gradishar, Wright, Elway, TD, Atwater, Manning, Von…) transcendent player per decade.

            That means bad seasons are not only rare, but are also awesome opportunities to upgrade!

            That means unlike most fans for most teams, next year likely WILL be better.

            That means that one days soon, the Pats will suck again (kinda irrelevant, but still sweet).

            That means Elway is not perfect (he lined up behind guard, threw a lot of interceptions, could not throw a touch pass, and lost 3 Superbowls…and worst of all, he married a Raider), But you know, he was still pretty damn awesome. Take the good with the bad. He knows we need to fix the o-line and find a real QB. I was irritated he drafted Bowles rather than a playmaker last year. He made the right choice, and I think he knows there’s more work to do.

            So, Μην Βλεπεις ολα μαυρη!

            Go Broncos!!!!!!

      • Andrew

        Yeah Elways a complete failure 5 division titles 2 Super Bowl appearances with one victory better fire his ass after 1 bad year.

      • Jeremy

        If you were calling the shots, would you really be willing to move on from Elway at this point?

        • Forrest Trump

          I could have tolerated most of it until he got liquored up and threw all those ring winners uner the bus a few week back…to scapegoat them for his shitty work.

          Yeah, I’d replace him in a heartbeat for somebody more competent and less chickenshit and narcissistic.

      • Sparks

        If you’re going to ding Elway for the current CB4 on this team, shouldn’t you also credit him for CB1-3? They are also here because of Elway.

      • gobroncos

        They’ve already hired Kubes. He’s their Senior Personnel Advisor which in this case I think means he’s their director of scouting for the SEC or the south or that whole region where Kubes has ties if I remember someone correctly that someone said this. If your problem is drafting the right players, then Kubes should be improving that aspect of this team, and Elway hired him so it would seem Elway is trying to improve the drafting of this team.

      • Paco Alonzo

        Rico is that you?

    • Yahmule

      Nice to see his spirit isn’t broken. A short memory is an essential part of a cornerback’s mental makeup.

    • Tyler

      I’m not down on Langley yet. Reports out of training camp was he was looking surprisingly good. Hopefully he continues to progress.

      • Yahmule

        He actually looked better than I expected in some preseason action, but the longer he was out there, the more his technique seemed to erode. Definitely a work in progress, but great raw tools.

        • Sparks

          It would be nice if they put him back at KR too to see if he can build off a strong couple of returns there. 5-168 yds-33.6 average.

    • FloydLittle44

      I played cornerback and there was just one simple rule. Don’t let you man get behind you.

      • gobroncos

        No you didn’t. You played running back. Quit playin’.

  • RSH
  • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

    Happy 12/1 Bronco Fans! Today marks 2 calendar months since our last win. At least none of us were dumb enough to do the Billboard challenge like the G-Man, or we would probably be dead.

    • QDoc

      Wow. When you put it THAT way, it makes me think we’re not very good or something.

      • Nick

        I know someone who’s a Lions fan, and he had his first child just days after the Lions beat the Chiefs in Week 16 of 2007. He later said that she had to wait until she was over a year and a half old before she could see her first Lions victory.

        • Jeremy

          Good thing your friend wasn’t superstitious. Some Broncos fans I’d be worried about the safety of the baby

          • Forrest Trump

            LOL

            I’ve never grabbed a lady in the privates or worse without enthusiastic consent, and my young ‘uns survived McD/Tebow.

            I’m feeling good about the job my parents did all things considered these days

        • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

          That’s why you’ll never hear me bitch TOO much. Broncos beat Big Ben, Tom Brady, and Cam Newton to win Super Bowl 50 within 2 months of my Son being born. Great stretch of events that will always be remembered as a blissful moment in time.

          • RSH

            And they erased years of Super Bowl futility by winning Super Bowl XXXII, when it looked like all hope was lost for John Elway or the Broncos ever winning a Super Bowl. This included victories on the road at Kansas City, where the Broncos rarely could win games, and then at Pittsburgh. The Broncos took down the heavy NFC favorite after years of NFC dominance in the Super Bowl. This season has been rough, but most fan bases have been subjected to much more worse for prolonged periods of time.

          • VonSwenson

            The NFC had won it all THIRTEEN YEARS IN A ROW until the Broncos broke that streak in 1998.

          • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

            And we were the first wild card to win the Super Bowl since the 80’ Raiders!

          • Yahmule

            Brian Sipe and Dick Vermiel should have gotten honorary rings that season.

            https://youtu.be/j0LVUl1wYo4

          • Yahmule

            I always thought we were going to win in 97. Even after the late season loss in San Francisco when John tried to make the tackle on a Merton Hanks interception, only to get completely trucked at high speed by Chris Doleman, who proceeded to step on John’s back as he ran through the play. That loss ended the Broncos hopes for the division, but I still felt confident. Maybe I just believed so completely that John was not going to retire without a ring. The following year, there was no doubt in my mind we would repeat.

          • VonSwenson

            The NFC had won it all THIRTEEN YEARS IN A ROW until the Broncos broke that streak in 1998.

          • Sparks

            I have 2 kids spaced quite a bit apart. Both children got to ‘experience’ (as much as an infant can experience such a thing) a Broncos SB win before their 1st birthday. SBXXXII for my son and SB50 for my daughter. 🙂

          • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

            Congrats Bronco Babies!

          • Andrew

            I was too young to fully appreciate the 97-98 victories so SB 50 is my greatest moment as a sports fan Its easier for me to have a glass half full attitude about this team after seeing them hoist that Lombardi in my adult life.

          • Russ

            Since we’re on the subject, my daughter’s 3rd birthday was on the day the Broncos won SB50, February 7, 2016.

      • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

        We’ve had some challenges, but one thing is for sure, every week has been a great week of practice.

  • Jeremy

    Colorado state 4A and 5A championship are tomorrow at Mile High. Anyone going or have a rooting interest?

    My boss’s team lost in the semis and a family friend’s team lost in the quarters, but I still think I’ll go and enjoy some good cheap football.

    • RSH

      Go Eaglecrest! My children will attend that high school assuming no boundary changes are made, and we do not move before they are teenagers.

      • Hercules_Rockefeller

        My wife and I both attended Eaglecrest for the first six years it was open (middle school as well as high school as the middle school hadn’t been built yet), so we definitely have a rooting interest in the 5A championship.

        • RSH

          That is really cool. In which year(s) did you and your wife graduate?

    • Kush-Lash

      My former high school position coach’s son is QB for Eaglecrest. I’m hoping the best for them.

  • RSH

    I would surmise that these three will be out on Sunday.

    https://twitter.com/NickiJhabvala/status/936655613970464768

    • Nick

      Wolfe sounds like the least likely to play, and Peko the most likely.

      • Yahmule

        We need Leary to miss snaps to get a comp third rounder, correct? Backs are tricky, you know? Maybe a nice three week rest is just the ticket for him.

        • G Mik

          And let’s get a look at McGovern. We certainly need a Guard but might also need a Center next year of which he could be a potential replacement for either if the negotiations don’t go our way with Paradis.

          • Yahmule

            We dumped Nixon, only fair that McGovern should get a shot. Carter actually made in onto the field for two snaps last week.

        • Nick

          He may have missed enough snaps already for it to be OK. Can’t say with high confidence until the season ends. Missing this week certainly will help that cause, though.

          • Yahmule

            The difference could be like pick 100 or pick 253, right?

          • Nick

            About that, yeah.

          • gobroncos

            This HAS to play into the Broncos plans. You can’t be dumb enough to squander that opportunity, especially when you know your team is not going anywhere anyway. You don’t play the comp pick game and then let something like that slip away. If he was healthy and we were 6-6 or something, ok, you don’t have a choice, but this? No way. I’m glad he’s out for the game.

            This is the kind of thing where even when there are clear boundaries between management and the coaches, they should be working in conjunction to not screw eachother. Elway shouldn’t tell VJ how to coach. VJ shouldn’t tell Elway how to manage the Overall picture. In this, they should work together, in conjunction.

          • Laces Out

            Just bench him at this point shit…lol see what we have hahaha

    • ohiobronco
      • Nick

        Boy am I happy the Dolphins traded away Ajayi now, even though I wasn’t happy when he had a big day against Denver as an Eagle.

      • RSH

        http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-and-blogs/article-injuryreport/Broncos-Injury-Report-Ron-Leary-Derek-Wolfe-Domata-Peko-Sr-Paxton-Lynch-ruled-out/ce0c80c0-7238-4820-b93c-d00b21e72abc

        With Peko and Wolfe out, Zach Kerr and Shelby Harris are expected to start at nose tackle and defensive end, respectively. Kyle Peko will see rotational work, and outside walker DeMarcus Walker could swing inside and provide depth at defensive end if needed.

        Kerr will receive his first start as a Bronco after playing his best game of the season last week at Oakland. Defensive Coordinator Joe Woods attributes Kerr’s improvement to the coaching of Defensive Line Coach Bill Kollar.

        “Bill grinds him to a nub. He’s never been coached like that,” Woods said. “I think it just finally came out of him. Each day, I sit down and I watch tape with the whole team Wednesday and Thursday. He’s running past everybody, so he gets it. I think the light finally clicked for him. He played outstanding for us last week. He needs to continue to do the same thing. He’s been a good surprise for us.”

  • The Color Orange
    • InSiemianWeTrust

      Fuck this.

      Does this classify as intentional manslaughter?

    • Royalwithcheese

      Barbre is out?

      • RSH

        Probably back to rotating with Garcia at LG.

        • Royalwithcheese

          Oh. Great. Excellent. Really. That’s the way to handle things.

          • RSH

            I would rather just have Garcia play there. If rotations are needed, I would have Stephenson rotate with Barbre. I would also like to see more unbalanced offensive line looks with Barbre being the sixth offensive lineman.

          • Sparks

            If they are going to rotate, they might as well get some snaps for Cyrus or Wilkinson. As you said yesterday, we know what we got in Barbre. Love the unbalanced line idea and think it should be used more frequently down the stretch.

          • RSH

            True. I was thinking some about poor Trevor not getting killed with considering Barbre as an extra and/or rotating lineman, but at this point, it may not matter who lines up at right tackle to stave off Siemian’s mortal wounding.

          • Sparks

            I have a gut feeling, for better or for worse (draft position), that we might actually see some quality QB play from TS these next few games. He’s not playing top notch teams, the pressure is less as everyone expects him to bomb anyways, and maybe his benching has lit a fire under his ass.

          • RSH

            I hope he has learned to better execute wide receiver screen passes. We need to get the ball out of his hand quickly to the perimeter. On a somewhat related note, Paxton Lynch was excellent at those passes in college, but he looked abysmal tossing them last Sunday. I was really disappointed in how slowly Lynch was getting the ball out on those plays.

          • cjfarls

            Yeah, those screens were UGLY last week. DT kept getting tackled for 2 yards, because the entire DEF had swarmed that way by the time he touched the ball.

          • Sparks

            With the OL they’ll be trotting out there Sunday, he’ll need to get the ball out quick for sure. Even if the smart play is to throw it out of bounds (and make sure it actually gets out of bounds) then that is what he has to do. He gets hurt and we’ll be starting Sunshine or Ponder next weekend.

          • Royalwithcheese

            Have you ever heard of a team rotating linemen at a specific position throughout an entire season? It’s just absurd. I can’t think of a single benefit.

          • RSH
          • Royalwithcheese

            I thought that the 2015 rotation was more about health, but point taken.

          • Steven Searls

            We should probably play seven O-Line at all times.

          • DragonPie

            And then watch their three man rush still blast through the line.

    • Sparks

      Looks like the Giants aren’t the only ones playing for draft position.

    • gobroncos

      I hope he has life insurance.

    • gobroncos

      Suh is going to have a career game. Why do guys always have career games against us?

    • BlackKnigh

      They should give Wilkinson (sp?) a try at RT. Doubt it would be any worse.

    • BlackKnigh

      Maybe they better give Jordan Taylor a few snaps to prepare him as well….

  • The Color Orange
  • The Color Orange
  • RSH

    I like this play a lot. Someone e-mail it to Bill Musgrave for Sunday. 🙂

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reKsF_9R4Qs

    • Carsonic

      Love it. The screen aspect means the ball’s out quicker than most huck-it-down-the-field flickers.

    • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

      I can’t believe they wasted that play on the Bengals?!