• Carsonic

    Possible Head Coach names:
    Smarty McMotivator
    Frowny McSternpants
    Youthy McBeardface
    Shouty McOldschool
    Oldie McFunster

    Less likely:
    Blandy McLeader
    El Retreado

    • That’s a lot of Irish. Plus, one (I presume) Mexican.

      • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

        There has to be at least one Black person in there or we are in violation of The Rooney Rule.

        • Carsonic

          There is… isn’t it obvious?

          • Carsonic

            (OK, It’s not obvious.)

          • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

            Maybe Blandy McLeader if you’re insinuating who we have now.

          • Carsonic

            Mmmmmmmayyybeeee…

    • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

      #NoSurvivors

      • Nick

        I can’t believe I didn’t post this when that quote first came out:

        https://i.imgur.com/wWQhehJ.png

        • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

          Dude, is that Garrett Bolles on Halloween?

          • Laces Out

            For real. Hoping he can earn the Giant as his nickname too

          • RSH

            I thought it looked like Bolles, too. Haha

  • Nick
    • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

      This is tough. I really like Warren Moon. I hate to question a “victim”, but I think it’s a bit odd that you would disclose your name after such allegations, and have plenty of availability to your website, and pictures of yourself all over the Internet. Equally as bad as being sexually assaulted would be unjustly being accused of sexual assault.

      • Steven_Searls

        My personal view is that we need to not try these cases in the public. We have been doing that for years in favor of the accused on sexual assault charges, and now we are seeing it reversed, where the accuser is deemed automatically correct. From a systemic standpoint, rape and assault victims have been hammered by our justice system in the past to the point people simply refused to come forward and file a rape complaint, so I fully understand why women who have been assaulted feel vindicated at the moment, but the retired lawyer in me would prefer to see fair trials outside the public eye that were truly unbiased. Unfortunately, I realize that is a fantasy.

        • RSH

          I did not know that you are a lawyer. Did I just miss this fact in some previous post(s)?

          • Steven_Searls

            I don’t know if I ever posted much about it. I retired in early 2000s due to rare, chronic autoimmune disorder. Practiced in Bankruptcy, Banking law, General corporate and Healthcare law. Never did much litigation, except for motions practice in bankruptcy court, of course. Went to CU for law school. Practiced for first 3 years in Denver, then moved to Rochester NY when wife took in house position with Kodak and to be closer to her family (we met in law school). Best firm I ever worked for was here in Western NY (about 200 attorneys), but I was a pretty miserable exile otherwise for a long time. I used to think I’d retire in Colorado, but wife survived pancreatic cancer and now suffers from TMI due to chemotherapy, so we live off disability. Not well-heeled enough to move back as housing, etc. is cheaper here. At least for now.

          • bradley

            So we’re the two retired lawyers here. Do you miss it much? I guess I just moved on after 34 years.
            I’m always amazed at the Rochester connection with front range Colorado. There’s the Kodak thing with their plant in Windsor and I’ve known several people from there, plus known of people who left here for Rochester.
            How did your wife end up in Boulder?

          • Steven_Searls

            Wife: Her father worked at NCAR when she was in High School, then she went to an Ivy school for undergrad, came back to live in Boulder, worked for a while as a legal secretary and applied to CU. Her brother went to Cornell and was working for Delphi as an engineer. He’s her only sibling. Later, after her parents retired (Her dad worked at NOAA Hurrricane Research in Miami from mid 80’s to early 2000s), they moved up to Rochester to be near grandchildren.

            Me: I missed it as lot initially since it wasn’t voluntary due to my illness, I had only been partner for a few years and we took a big hit financially. But I don’t miss the hours anymore or the stress when under a deadline. Don’t miss lawyers who were assholes either, lol, though there are not as many of those as people tend to think.

          • BlackKnigh

            We have friends who live off disability. Not an easy thing to do. You watch every penny.

  • bradley
  • bradley
    • Nick

      No need to risk anything with Leary at this point, especially with a potential comp pick on the line although it may be closer to a sealed deal now.

    • pubkeeper

      Ideal case would be for Leary to sit till next season and see McGovern take over that lg spot. Then move Leary back to his normal rg spot.

      • bradley

        I thought Leary’s natural spot was LG; that he’s been playing at RG to let Garcia play LG.

        • pubkeeper

          Doh. You’re right. Reverse what I wrote there.

  • Nick

    The reset button’s getting worn out in Cleveland.

    https://twitter.com/diannaESPN/status/938792509253341190

    • Yahmule

      That one has been brewing for a while. The McCarron blunder/sabotage sealed his fate.

      • Laces Out

        And missing on franchise QB Wentz or Goff…

    • Nick

      They should really let the next GM decide this question.

      https://twitter.com/bylindsayhjones/status/938798810226032641

    • Royalwithcheese
      • Laces Out

        Hue is the survivor…actually think that was smart

      • RSH

        Our fandom could be much worse.

        2009: Hire McDaniels
        2010: Fire McDaniels
        2011: Hire Elway + Fox + win AFC West
        2012: Fire Xanders + win AFC West
        2013: Win AFC + lose Super Bowl XLVIII
        2014: Win AFC West
        2015: Fire Fox
        2015: Hire Kubiak + Win AFC West + Win AFC + Win Super Bowl 50
        2016: Miss playoffs for first time since 2010 season
        2017: Kubiak resigns
        2017: Hire Joseph + eight game (or more) losing streak
        2018: ???

        • Jeremy

          Yeah our fan base can’t really criticize other teams for being impatient

    • As long as Jimmy Haslam is owner of the Browns, they’ll never do well, no matter who is GM, head coach, quarterback or anything else, because Haslam can’t make up his mind about what he wants.

      • FarAwayBroncoFan

        Bad ownership pretty much universally translates into bad teams.

    • Royalwithcheese

      I don’t get it. They’re firing the guy who has set them up to finally take a top QB PLUS another stud in the top 10. He shouldn’t have been judged quite yet.

  • RSH

    Sunday’s Jets-Broncos game will be announced by Greg Gumbel and Trent Green.

    https://twitter.com/506sports/status/938459825243152384

    • Carsonic

      Insult to injury.

    • BlackKnigh

      Looks like I will be following with Dave Logan on KOA.

  • Royalwithcheese
    • Rob Rooney
      • Yahmule

        So damning, especially that feeble Y/A.

    • Royalwithcheese

      Imagine, for a second, that the Broncos take care of their offensive line problems in free agency and then draft Barkley in the first round and LJ in the second (or trading up for him in the late first). Talk about revitalizing the team!

      • Yahmule

        Would love to go Nelson and Jackson. Would also like Tyrod , Nelson and trade back into round one for Roquan Smith.

    • ohiobronco

      “You can have him,” the NFC personnel man concluded within the group. “Loopy motion. Bad face. Overrated.”

      Bad face, shit, no wonder there are so many whiffs on QBs

      • QDoc

        Matt Leinart suuuuuurrrrrrree is perty…

        • Tim Francis

          Brady Quinn is normally the go to for that.

          • QDoc

            True. Both of them could do a Zoolander-style runway walk off challenge.

        • ohiobronco

          Much like Rosen, Leinart knows his way around a hot tub.

    • Yahmule

      “One evaluator called continued comparisons to Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz “insulting,” noting that Wentz had a mental acuity and “feel” that Allen doesn’t share.”

      I agree. I’m almost feeling bad for Josh with the comparisons he’s getting.

    • Yahmule

      “Another evaluator believed Darnold had a penchant for bailing on the pocket too often, criticizing his “taking off” at the first opportunity.”

      I really don’t think this is valid at all. In fact, Darnold’s pocket sense is probably the most refined part of his game. He played a lot of tennis and his footwork is outstanding.

    • Yahmule

      I’m on the record as not being a Josh Allen fan, but the JaMarcus comp is irresponsible, IMO. The first thing people think about Russell is a guy who couldn’t even be bothered to work hard enough to be in good physical condition. Not that he had all the skills and didn’t pan out.

      The Manziel/Mayfield comp is so lazy. I do agree he needs to rein in his competitive side just a little bit. You don’t want opponents knowing they can get inside your head. Who wants to deal with that bullshit all the time?

      • ohiobronco

        I don’t recall the most serious issues with Manziel being publicly known when he was a prospect. That might make comparisons purely as prospects a little more defensible. The most significant difference is that Manziel was a redshirt Sophomore who had been the chosen one his whole life while Mayfield is a Senior who worked himself up from walk-on status.

    • Sparks

      I know draft season is eons away, but the more I see articles like this, the more I’m getting queasy the Broncos will go after Allen. The guy checks all the boxes their last two early round QB’s checked.

  • Royalwithcheese
    • Interesting that Joel didn’t mention Justin Pugh as a candidate for the franchise tag. Pugh is the guy that tops my list of free agents for the Broncos to pursue, because he is a quality offensive lineman who can play either tackle or guard and give the Broncos flexibility in terms of how they can utilize him, plus whoever they draft.

      • Royalwithcheese

        Agreed. If they can’t get Norwell, Pugh would be next on my list, followed by Mewhort.

        • RSH

          Garrett Bolles-Ronald Leary-Matt Paradis (hoping he gets fully healthy again)-Andrew Norwell-Connor Williams or Mike McGlinchey would be exciting.

          • Royalwithcheese

            That’s one thing about a bad team: there are so many ways to improve!

          • RSH

            Competent and savvy quarterback play coupled with stability at LG and RT will go a long way to quickly improving this team.

      • Nick

        The problem with tagging any non-left tackle is that their tag is based upon left tackle salaries. That’s likely why Pugh wasn’t mentioned.

        • Yet he mentioned Andrew Norwell, who is a guard.

  • RSH
    • The Color Orange

      He already did.

      • RSH

        Yes. This Tweet was sent out like ten minutes before he resigned.

    • The Color Orange

      Not to defend Franken, because there were several allegations, but I will say this. If grabbing a handful of “waist flesh” during a photo shoot is now “groping” worthy of a column in the Atlantic, then Al Franken is just the tip of the iceberg.

      https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/12/i-believe-frankens-accusers-because-he-groped-me-too/547691/

    • man, I wish we (as a country) cared as much about sexual harassment last October as we claim to today.

      • RSH
        • Yahmule

          Roy Moore fucked girls who were just out of puberty. So did Trump. No Democrat purity test will ever shame these people into doing what’s right.

          • G Mik

            I truly can not believe what the GOP has come to. My bar was already set pretty low but they are taking down anyone that supports them as well. It’s disgusting. And it’s something new every day.

        • BlackKnigh

          He said that some of the accusations were not true. I wish he would sue those who are not true for slander. This is a serious charge – I want the women to come forward – but those who just say stuff to get on the bandwagon need to think how they are discrediting all the women who are truthful.

      • Yahmule

        “You know, I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab ’em by the pussy. You can do anything.”

    • RSH
  • RSH

    Photo of Denver, Colorado Springs, and Pueblo from the International Space Station

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8c315707be04a45d0cb3154c6459622fd7ed6249465e08c967156c84c394f453.jpg

  • RSH

    This is a cool mini-documentary video

    https://twitter.com/NFL/status/938823654955032576

    • Carsonic

      So beautiful.

  • RSH
  • RSH

    Report: Broncos peg Quenton Nelson as top OL in 2018 Draft class

    https://247sports.com/nfl/denver-broncos/Bolt/Report-Broncos-peg-Notre-Dames-Quenton-Nelson-as-top-ranked-OL-in-2018-NFL-Draft-class-111838064

    The Broncos frequently leak who they plan to select, so Nelson may legitimately be on their radar, which would make pretty much all of us very happy this spring.

    Should the Denver Broncos land a veteran quarterback in the offseason, they’re likely to focus on the offensive line (again) with their could-be top-five NFL Draft pick.

    A potential first-round candidate is Notre Dame guard Quenton Nelson, whom the Broncos have ranked as the top lineman in the 2018 class, a “scouting department source” tells Matt Miller of Bleacher Report.

    • InSiemianWeTrust

      Either smokescreen or clear leak.

      • ohiobronco

        I don’t recall Elway being much of a smokescreen guy. That was more a Shannahan thing.

    • Yahmule

      Getting goosebumps. Very happy they have him ranked over the top tackles, who aren’t a bad group by any means.

    • Why does Denver always have to tell the world who they love?

      • Jeremy

        “we know that they know that we know that they know”

        Seriously though, I have no idea

  • RSH

    This person needs to be Yahmule’s neighbor.

    https://twitter.com/UniWatch/status/938836281576054784

    • Forrest Trump

      My dad did some lawyering for one of the guys in the ownership group for the Cards, which led to the guy gifting my dad Mark Maguires 61st HR bat, which was the pride of his stuff until the roid shit hit. I mean, he still displays it, but that took some of the steam out of the whole having it for him.

      • BlackKnigh

        I remember keeping a photo of Sammy Sosa on 1b with Mark McGuire holding him to the bag – except that the 2 of them were visiting. I loved that shot – but when the roid stuff hit – I tossed it.

    • Yahmule

      Nice work on the Expos logo.

  • RSH
    • Nick

      I’m stunned that someone’s worse than the Broncos and that the Packers are tied with them.

      • RSH

        I need to check if those teams also give up such bad field position to their opponents as the Broncos have this season.

    • ohiobronco

      The Falcons have the advantage of the ability to advance past their starting position.

    • Rob Rooney

      I can’t believe it is that high. It doesn’t seem like we get starts in position that good and I figured it was closer to the 20.

      • Jeremy

        If I had time I’d look up the distribution of where our drives started and how that compares to league average (ie percent starting inside 10, 20 and 25.)

  • MarsLineman

    Hi guys, I had a bit of free time over the past few days and thought I would take a closer look at a few of the Broncos’ QB prospects. Unfortunately, my opinion of Chad Kelly took a bit of a dive when I focused more deeply on his upper thoracic area- he throws the football almost like a dart (using the upper areas disproportionately), while supplementing this “dart-throw” with power from his lumbar areas. The short version is that I now think his throwing motion may not be healthily sustainable, with his history of injury indicating a potentially unavoidable trend going forward.

    However, a closer look at Baker Mayfield revealed mechanics that I now believe to be franchise-QB caliber. The closest NFL QB comparisons would probably be Kirk Cousins or Drew Brees, and I think Mayfield’s delivery may actually be more efficient than either (although I would need to look at a younger Brees to make that comparison apples-to-apples). The other QBs I scouted (Rosen, Darnold, and Allen) each had significant red flags, such that I think Mayfield may be the only truly elite QB prospect this year. My next pick (based purely on mechanics) would probably be Allen, but based on the film I saw, his visual recognition skills appeared to be sub-optimal

    • The 5th Amigo

      Have you taken a gander at Lamar Jackson yet? Thanks

      • MarsLineman

        I haven’t yet- I’ll definitely take a closer look at him soon. Based on a thin-slice, I see some nice powerful throwing mechanics, but he appears to be lacking clarity in the posterior cervical/ thoracic junction (this junction is itself a strong predictor of NFL QB success)

        • Yahmule

          Hi Mars, congrats on nailing Kamara perfectly. Do you analyze linemen? I would be curious about your opinion on several guys. In order of interest:
          Quenton Nelson
          Mike McGlinchey
          Connor Williams
          Billy Price
          Will Hernandez

          • MarsLineman

            Thanks! I’ll definitely try to take a look at those guys over the coming weeks. It takes a while to build an accurate profile for each player (beyond a quick thin-slice), but I’m as curious as anyone about the best prospects for Denver. Will get back as soon as I can

          • Yahmule

            Very cool. Let me throw a few defensive linemen at you, too. Any of these guys you’re able to cover are appreciated.
            Christian Wilkins
            Da’Ran Payne
            Vita Vea
            Zach Allen
            Taven Bryan

            I think Wolfe’s uncertain future is going to make the defensive line a strong possibility on day two.

    • Sparks

      As always, thanks for the knowledge Mars. Mayfield has been my guy now for awhile and what I’m seeing in several different places is he’s out of the top 3 (Rosen, Darnold & Allen). It’d be great if they could go OL high first (Nelson) and then sneak back in the 1st to double up with him if he slides down the round.

      • MarsLineman

        That would be fantastic, if they can snag Mayfield with their second pick. And based on the draft histories of Cousins and Brees, you may be absolutely correct

    • InSiemianWeTrust

      Would you be able to go into your analysis on Rosen? By most scouting accounts, he has an elite throwing motion. Thanks!

      • MarsLineman

        Rosen’s anterior efficiency certainly appears up to snuff- he shows nice touch, with good spin on the ball and a quick/ efficient forearm delivery. It’s his posterior efficiency that seems somewhat subpar (particularly medial), and like Lamar Jackson, his posterior cervical/ thoracic junction may be overlapped. Overall, Rosen’s posterior thoracic system just seems too underdeveloped to be sufficient for high-level NFL QB play, and I’ve learned to trust posterior thoracic efficiency as the best predictor of NFL QB success

        • SteveS

          Have you ever evaluated DeShaun Watson?

          • MarsLineman

            I did- he’s a superlative athlete, and his anterior efficiency is off-the-charts. But his posterior throwing-related efficiency is decidedly subpar, and he generates much of his velocity via lateral lumbar borrowing. Although he’s an accurate passer and an outstanding overall athlete, his throwing mechanic appears to be unsustainable- I therefore have a hard time seeing him making a long/ successful NFL QB career

    • RSH

      For some reason the past week or so, whether rational or not, I have really been getting on the Select Baker Mayfield Wagon, Train, or Whatever Selected Mode of Transportation.

      • Sparks

        It’s rational.

        • RSH

          Phew!

      • Steven_Searls

        Doesn’t matter. Elway will not pick Mayfield even if he’s available.

        • RSH

          I think Elway may surprise us this offseason from his customary course of dealing.

          • Steven_Searls

            I would love to be surprised on Mayfield or any other QB better than who he’s drafted in the past.

  • ohiobronco
  • RSH

    This man’s form of vicarious living child abuse is staggering.

    https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/938856920961646592

    • Sparks

      They have become the Kardashian’s of Basketball.

      • Clockwork Orange

        I’ll bet any of them could beat Lonzo in a game of H-O-R-S-E.

        • Yahmule

          I think LiAngelo is their Cooper.

  • ohiobronco
    • Yahmule

      Terrible news. He’s a terrific player and if you’ve ever read about the crap he dealt with growing up with alopecia – and his efforts to help kids with the condition – you immediately want to root for him.

    • Nick

      Sorry, didn’t see this had already been posted.

  • RSH

    Broncos 2018 Schedule

    Home: Cleveland, Pittsburgh, L.A. Rams, Seattle, AFC South Same Place Finisher, L.A. Chargers, Oakland, and Kansas City
    Road: Baltimore, Cincinnati, Arizona, San Francisco, AFC East Same Place Finisher, L.A. Chargers, Oakland, and Kansas City

    As of now, would you rather play Indianapolis or Houston and travel to Buffalo, Miami, or N.Y. Jets next season? The time of year probably factors into the preferably AFC East opponent due to weather conditions. Exacting some revenge at Miami would be fun. My guess is that the Colts will be a worse team than the Texans next season. I am just glad that the Broncos do not have to play at New England in the 2018 regular season.

    • Yahmule

      I don’t want to get too optimistic, but 14-2 seems doable.

      It really is a Charmin schedule.

      • FarAwayBroncoFan

        We really need a QB.

        • Yahmule

          I’ve got a sweet motto for next season.

          “No way we lose eight in row this year!”

          • RSH

            No More H8’ing!

          • DragonPie

            Can you believe we were 3-1?

    • Yahmule

      Put me down for Indy/Miami.

    • Nick

      Give me Indy and NYJ.

      • Yahmule

        Where’s Vengeful Nick?

        He would have taped Adam Gase’s picture to his bathroom mirror like Romo did with Mark Brunell.

        • Nick

          I want no part of traveling to Miami if it can be avoid. The bad vibes there go far further back than Gase.

          • Yahmule

            But we gotta get him before he gets canned.

    • FloydLittle44

      All winable games!

      • Nick

        Caveating this by saying it’s way too early to forecast this, but @BAL strikes me as the most likely loss. They’re lucky to get PIT, LAR, and SEA at home.

        • Yahmule

          Seattle’s the big one. Much different team away from home.

    • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

      16-0!

  • Nick

    https://twitter.com/RichCimini/status/938863308207198208

    Full report: “Potential bad news for the Jets: WR Robby Anderson, their best offensive threat, failed to complete practice today after aggravating a hamstring injury. He was listed yesterday with a hamstring but practiced fully. Asked when the setback occurred, coach Todd Bowles said, “Probably today.” Bowles said he hopes it’s not serious, but was non-committal on Anderson’s status for Sunday.”

    • RSH

      I picked up Anderson in my Dynasty League for $0 back in September. I feel very fortunate to have made that roster move.

  • Nick
  • The Color Orange
  • RSH

    I doubt that there will be much peace or goodwill on Christmas Eve when Buffalo travels to New England.

    https://twitter.com/espn/status/938875854976962560

  • RSH

    Very happy to see Jamaal Williams’s success last week.

    https://twitter.com/NFL/status/938875852179288064

    • Sparks

      Do you think the Chiefs would want to move on from Smith next year for Mahomes? If so, do you think he’d be worth pursuing as that veteran presence we seem to be lacking?

      • RSH

        If Smith became available and was willing to play here at the right price, I would not object to signing him. He can read defenses, he is mobile and does well avoiding the pass rush. There are much worse options that Smith. We know this, because we seen it firsthand.

        • Sparks

          Knowing there are a lot of other moving parts here, according to OTC, they are currently over the cap by $2.5M for 2018. While Smith’s salary at $14.5M is team friendly for a bona fide NFL starter, his scheduled cap hit of $20.6M is a bit harder to swallow. Moving on from him would be a cap saving’s of $17M for them. That’s enough to make a team consider the possibilities if they are already over the cap and they think they may have a younger, cheaper, more dynamic resource on the roster.

          If Smith were to become available, I’d prefer him over some of the other potential FA names out there. At 33, he’s not quite in his twilight years so he’s not necessarily a stopgap. Plus the guy knows the AFCW landscape by now. Interesting thought exercise.

          • Nick

            Chiefs have a lot of other ways to get cap space that can spare them from making Smith a cap casualty. Have to think Tamba Hali’s gone for sure, and Derrick Johnson could follow him. Those two along clear $16M. They also have a lot of restructure potential with Houston, Berry, Fisher & Kelce.

          • Sparks

            Thanks. That’s what I meant by “a lot of other moving parts” but I was hopeful someone like you would lay it out much better than I did/could.

            What would you put the odds at for them moving on from Smith? From No Frickin’ Way to How Could They Not?

          • Nick

            Don’t really have a clue until the Chiefs’ season is over. If they miss the playoffs or Smith lays a massive egg that helps them go one and done I think it’s at least feasible.

          • Sparks

            Well, it’s the Chiefs so I think the one and done is inevitable, regardless of QB play. Assuming they don’t totally fuck up and let the Charger’s take the AFCW crown and no playoffs for them at all. Which is a real possibility. So, we may have a way of generating our next QB by putting a spanking on them the last week of the season. 🙂

        • ohiobronco

          I would want him paired with at least a top 40 draft pick because I wouldn’t view him as a long term solution. If KC moves on they will probably try to steer him out of the division. I imagine they are rather enjoying the Broncos QB struggles.

          • RSH

            Just as much as we enjoy their playoff futility.

  • I’ll be working on a free agency piece for Mile High Huddle in the coming weeks, but I thought some of you would be interested in seeing what Erick Treckel had to say about players to pursue in free agency.

    https://twitter.com/MileHighHuddle/status/938875225059426304

    • Nick

      For those who hate slideshows: Josh Kline, Demario Davis, Avery Williamson, Trey Burton, Case Keenum.

      • RSH

        I live for Internet slideshows!

        • Yahmule

          My favorite ones are the kind that don't realign the page after each click.

      • Royalwithcheese

        Williamson is definitely on my wish list. Keenum would be a good fallback option if they can’t get Cousins.

        • Yahmule

          When Avery came out, I was speculating if we were going to try for the Kentucky linebacker hat trick, but our successes with Woodyard and Trevathan probably bumped him a round or two.

      • DragonPie

        That article was really down on Brandon Marshall.

  • Forrest Trump

    I re-studied the Big 4, and all the sudden I’ve got the ticklings of Josh Rosen fever. This is the first time I’ve watched them all in one sitting, and in that context, he was appreciably better (IMO) than Allen or Darnold. I don’t see Darnold’s upside advantage, either. Any athletic advantage is offset (IMO) by Rosen’s anticipation, accuracy and touch. He is a really advanced passer.

    Like most Broncos fans, I have Mayfield fever bad. But if Denver has a shot at and pulls the trigger on Rosen, that’d be pretty exciting, too.

    • Broncos777

      I have had a hard time getting excited about Rosen, and I want to like him. However, something about him just seems off. It might be because I don’t think that I’ve ever seen a QB throw with feet that far apart. Is he Brady or poor man’s Eli? I really struggle to get a bead on him that I trust.

      • Forrest Trump

        I was very much the same for awhile, but he is really growing on me. He throws with great confidence, but rarely stupidly.

    • Royalwithcheese

      Do you have any links for Rosen?

      • Forrest Trump

        https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vakWdh_6SCY

        This is a godd highlight package. More and more individual games are becoming available on Youtube, too.

        • Yahmule

          The Bruins lost his top WR, top TE and multiple linemen to injuries this season.

        • Royalwithcheese

          Thanks.

  • Nick
    • Brian

      Also notable that Ben Garland, Malik Jackson, and Wesley Woodyard were all nominated for their current teams.

  • Nick

    Saints/Falcons have two of the better Color Rush jerseys out there.

  • Nick
  • RSH

    That screen pass play call just now was a thing of beauty.

  • RSH

    Matt Ryan doing his best Broncos quarterback impression tonight.

    • Royalwithcheese

      Sign him up!

  • RSH

    Love the coaching call by Sean Payton to go for it on fourth down there.

    • RSH

      And a penalty against Payton ends the game.