• T. Jensen

    5 years ago in my Facebook memories.

    Baltimore has 28 points off poor ref calling. This is ridiculous. I wonder if Ray Lewis has threatened to murder any of them…

    Still pissed of about that game. Refs blew it bad. Fox play calling/time management was also just as bad.

  • bradley

    LB Brandon Marshall on Broncos’ QB options: “We played against a guy in Week 16 that was pretty good.”

    https://www.denverpost.com/2018/01/11/brandon-marshall-qb-free-agency-john-elway-kirk-cousins/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+dp-sports-broncos+%28Denver+Post%3A+Sports%3A+Broncos%29

    “In my opinion, we already drafted a quarterback, first round a couple years ago, so we’ve tried that,” Marshall said. “I think he’s going to get a free-agent quarterback. I think he’s going to go spend some money and fix the position, because it’s kind of a toss-up with these rookie quarterbacks. You never know. But the only thing about getting a free-agent quarterback is some guys will have to go. I hope everybody gets to stay, but that’s just the business.”

    • ohiobronco

      I really hope the Broncos don’t rule out the drafted QB route just because of a lack of patience or frustration about a bad pick last time. If they don’t feel good about the prospects, that’s one thing. Don’t reach. But most consistent playoff contenders are still built around drafted QBs and assuming quality options, that route should be strongly considered.

      • Sparks

        Normally, I’d agree with you, but maybe the Broncos are the outlier. They have had pretty much 0 success with QB’s they’ve drafted in their entire history. From their early history with Frank Tripucka (drafted by Eagles) to Charley Johnson (Chargers and Cardinals and elected to go to Cardinals) to Craig Morton (Cowboys) to Elway (Colts) to Plummer (Cardinals) to Manning (Colts). The only QB’s they’ve drafted that they won more than handful of games are Griese, Tebow, Cutler & Siemian. Not exactly murderer’s row. So, maybe the Broncos are the team that goes against the grain and wins with other teams drafted QB’s. Food for thought.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Denver_Broncos_starting_quarterbacks

        • ohiobronco

          So if I understand you correctly, you think Elway should let Cleveland draft the best QB then trade for him.

          • Sparks

            Exactly…trade TS, PL and Menelik and throw in a 4th looks about right to me.

          • Sparks

            Actually, they’ve had pretty good success with ex-Colts so let the Colts draft a QB and make the trade.

          • T. Jensen

            cough Luck cough

          • Drewredux

            You’re throwing in a 4th? You ain’t messing around!

          • Sparks

            Go big or go home!

    • PiperAR

      I wonder if Marshall would take a 50% pay cut to make room for an overpriced FA.

  • Nick

    Looking for a way to burn away hours before the weekend? How about a longread on getting Kirk Cousins?

    https://in-thinair.com/2018/01/12/how-can-the-broncos-get-kirk-cousins/

    • pubkeeper

      Nick, just wanted to say thanks for the work here. I barely have time to put together a solid post, (some may question the ability too) and you’re cranking out these excellent articles.

      Much appreciated brother.

      • Jeremy

        Seconded. I’ve been slacking at getting an article out, but I always love what you put out.

  • Carsonic

    OK, going on record here with my off-season hopes/preferences:
    1.) Focus on making the O-line the best it can be (as a certain Texan ThinAirian has long propounded).
    2.) Don’t break the bank, but get an above average QB who is accurate and smart with the ball.
    3.) Find a solution to our TE/pass-catching-RB defensive woes.

    4.) Make sure the quality of our D backfield remains high (will Talib still be here?).
    5a.) Keep our top 2 WRs.
    5b.) Add a 3rd receiving weapon (in addition to hoping that Butt blossoms).
    6.) Get Isaiah McKenzie’s head on straight so he can live up to his potential. (Probably in the minority on this one.)

    • Nick

      On point #6, there’s absolutely nothing lost at this point in giving McKenzie another training camp to do so, with a new and almost certainly better ST coach to help him, and hopefully a veteran to push him to compete.

      • ohiobronco

        We should assume he will be competing for a roster spot. He wasn’t drafted high enough to get more than a season of draft status protection.

    • Sparks

      A solid list Carsonic. The key to your list, as I see it is #2. As long as you can accomplish #2 (yes, insert poop jokes here), then you can afford all the other items. Well, except #6 where we’ll just have to pray that potential turns into production as some point in the near future.

      • Carsonic

        I believe that Butt blossoming will contribute to the success of #2.

        • Sparks

          We really need to invent a rimshot font. badum bum kesshh

          • Yahmule
          • Carsonic

            Yeah, but we also need a really upbeat, excited version of this, like for when I drop incredibly hilarious zingers like the one above. 😉

        • ohiobronco

          In a season full of regrets, my biggest is that Jim Nance was never forced to say “Siemian fires into Butt”.

          • Rob Rooney

            I wouldn’t mind hearing in 2018 about the Cousins-Butt connection being big.

    • Carsonic

      7.) Keep CJ – not necessarily because he’s the most fantastic runner, but for leadership, smarts, and continuity as well.

      • Sparks

        No fair, sneaking in an extra point after I’ve already agreed. 🙂 On this, I only agree if CJ comes at a reduced salary. I’m still of the mind he’ll be a cap casualty.

        • Carsonic

          Yeah, sorry, that’s more of an ‘honorable mention’ type thing. I actually think he’ll be gone, too.

      • Drewredux

        It’ll be rough on my wife if they let her little guy go. She is still outraged that PMFM wasn’t allowed to live out his natural life as Broncos QB.

        • Carsonic

          Yeah, he’s the very definition of “sentimental favorite.” (With me, too.)

          • Sparks

            This I totally agree with. He’s the “try hard” guy and those I have a soft spot for. I think he’ll be a cap casualty but that’s the business side of me talking. I’d like for him to remain a Bronco is the sentimental side of me.

        • ohiobronco

          PMFM’s natural life as Broncos QB ended sometime between St. Louis and SD in 2014. Zombie Peyton took over from there.

          • Drewredux

            Or, as my asshats friends who don’t like the Broncos postulate, his natural life ended in some shadowy lab in Europe somewhere in ’10… back when America wasn’t quite so great again.

          • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

            Zombie Manning awesome in the Miami game in 14’, and REALLY put on a show against Green Bay in 15’, but after that horrible game in St Louis, that was it.

      • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

        I have a funny story about CJ. I live in the Pacific Northwest, so the Broncos do not make it up here very often, but when they do, I am definitely looking to try to get autographs. I went down to the Bellevue Weston (Broncos always stay at Weston’s on road trips) with my wife (bait) when the Broncos came to town for the regular season game against the Seahawks two years back. Typically, all the players come off of the bus and go into the hotel, offload their shit, and immediately go out to eat or hang out in the town that they are staying at. We waited outside of the hotel with all the other bronco fans waiting for them to come out. I was really adamant about trying to get CJ Anderson’s autograph because I really liked his story, and was expecting a big year out of him. My wife asked me what he looks like, so I pulled up a picture of him on my phone. I told her that he is a shorter, stockier, black dude, that is kind of fat. Right as I said this, someone who matches that exact description, walks around the corner in a Cal hoodie, who hears me say this, and looks at me with a giant smile. I looked down at my phone at the picture and see that it mentions his college, which is Cal. So essentially, I embarrassingly called CJ Anderson short and kind of fat right in front of him and he was cool enough just to smile and not beat my ass. I felt like such a dick head. I love CJ 😉

        • Yahmule

          When I was about 18 years old, I dabbled in becoming a comic book artist. I went to the San Diego Comic-Cons back when no celebrity who wasn’t trying to supplement their Star Trek residual money would have been caught dead inside one. Anyway, I’m there trying to get my face and portfolio out so I can break into the industry. During a seminar, I say something mildly disparaging about an artist named Walter Simonson, who I actually admired greatly but not for this one particular project. I look over to my left and he’s sitting five feet away. Too embarrassed and immature to even try to muster an apology, I just kind of stared straight ahead and slunk out a few minutes later.

          • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

            Haha! I bet you were red?!

          • Yahmule

            The only consolation is I drove down there with the mentality that I was going on job interviews, so I was by myself. Which means I almost sucked a total stranger into that awkward situation. To their credit, they pointedly ignored me.

    • Royalwithcheese

      Third WR — as in Chenderson, perhaps?

      • Carsonic

        If he can get his hands to cash the checks the rest of him is writing, heck yeah.

    • BlackKnigh

      Yeah – I buy this! I am hoping the same for a QB.
      Very good offseason purchasing list!

  • Royalwithcheese
    • Carsonic

      Disappointed that there aren’t any RBs on here (they’re my favorite to scout), but I do look forward to hear Yahmule, et al’s opinions on these guys.

      • Sparks

        I’d like Nick’s input on the Boise State LB. He seems most close to that team.

        • Nick

          He seems like a good one to me, but I’m really not that good of a scout even if I watch more games of certain teams than others. I’d trust other persons’ judgment over mine in that department.

      • Drewredux

        Miami’s Mark Walton is interesting. Undersized and mildly tooled, but he is all heart and vision.

        https://m.youtube.com/watch?t=3s&v=ILGZE3iYB4k

        • Yahmule

          Now this is an underrated prospect, especially for a Hurricane. Great hands, instinctive, low center of gravity, slippery. He’ll drop into day three because his long speed is nothing special and he’s not that big. Very good back, though. He’ll have an NFL career.

          • SteveS

            Sounds a lot like CJ Anderson

          • Yahmule

            That’s a solid comp. Walton is probably a touch faster. Like CJ, he wasn’t overused in college.

        • Carsonic

          Just watched a highlight reel, and your description seems dead accurate. Breaks a surprising number of tackles, but I do worry about his size in the NFL. OK, I just saw that his weight is 205. Add 5-10 more lbs. to that and he could be a dependable weapon.

      • Royalwithcheese

        Penny from SDSU is a bit of a sleeper, depending on how much you’ve tuned into CFB or the draft. Ballage from ASU could be one as well.

        • Yahmule

          Kalen Ballage is a guy who could blow up @ the Combine. Very underrated because he was lightly used by the Sun Devils, but he reminds you of those big old fashioned smackover tailbacks. Walter Football, in particular, is not high on him and even says he should move to fullback. I disagree. There is some question if Ballage’s upright running style will play in the NFL, but he’s such an athletic freak, he’s worth a day three pick. I kind of see some Derrick Henry in his game. Very active in the passing game, too, with 44 receptions his junior year. Also a quality kid. Team captain and the kind of guy who has a big game against Texas Tech and brings his whole O line up to the podium @ the post game press conference.

          • Russ

            Colorado guy too.

        • Carsonic

          Thanks for those. Penny is fun to watch. He’s got weird speed, like his legs are faster than his upper body. It’s like watching a computer simulation of how a player runs, programmed by someone who doesn’t watch football. And then there’s this spot on the highlight reel that made me literally lol (4:39, if it doesn’t start there). https://youtu.be/98HqRF3INqY?t=4m39s

          • Royalwithcheese

            If he runs in the 4.4s at the combine, I could see Penny going in the second round. He’s a good one.

    • Yahmule

      I like some of these guys, but I wouldn’t call Marcus Davenport, Desmond Harrison or Will Hernandez sleepers. They’re all likely second rounders absent a terrible Combine.

    • Yahmule

      Will Hernandez was part of new Bronco O line coach Sean Kugler’s first recruiting class @ UTEP and he started 49 games for him. Basically a lesser version of Quenton Nelson. Not as big or powerful as Nelson, but very smart, mature beyond his years and violent and nasty on the field.

      • RSH

        Hernandez would be a great consolation if the Broncos do not draft Nelson or somehow are fortunate enough to draft Saquon Barkley.

        • Royalwithcheese

          I like him, but is he really worth the 40th pick? If he’s there at 71, sure. I feel like a RT is more of a priority early.

          • Yahmule

            I just want to draft the best players. Drafting for position has hurt us before on the offensive line. In 2015, the Broncos took Sambrailo two picks before Ali Marpet because they didn’t think Marpet could play tackle in the NFL. He’s spent the last three years playing center for the Bucs at a high level. If the Broncos have Crosby or Harrison (for example) graded higher than Hernandez, that’s who they should pick. Otherwise, take the best player.

            It’s not like left guard wasn’t just about as glaring a weakness as right tackle. Those bull rushes up the gut were utterly demoralizing. Interior lineman didn’t shove Hernandez around in college and I don’t think they will in the pros, either. He would be a good role model for Bolles, too. He plays mean as hell, but he’s always under control out there.

        • Yahmule

          Much as I don’t want an OT @ 5, if they used the top two picks on Connor Williams and Hernandez, a long time glaring weakness is suddenly a team strength. Beginning to doubt Hernandez will be there @ 40, though. So much experience and desire. He’s going to be a plug and play type from his first practice.

  • Nick
  • Kwash

    Hypothetical question: Let’s say Buffalo falls in love with a QB, and that player is available at #5. If you were Elway, would you trade #5 for #21 and #22 (Buffalo has both picks this year), and Tyrod Taylor?

    • Nick

      This is crazy, this exact proposal crossed my mind this morning. Still thinking if I’d pull the trigger on it.

      However, this trade would have to happen right at the start of free agency, not the draft, because Taylor has a $6 million roster bonus triggering soon after then.

      • Kwash

        Interesting. Are you saying that it would have to happen before free agency because Buffalo wouldn’t want to pay $6 million to someone they’re going to trade? Or is there some rule that prevents the trade from happening?

        • Nick

          On the third day of the new league year, Taylor is due a $6 million roster bonus from whoever holds his contract. Once that money is paid, it’s in Taylor’s hands and can’t be taken back. This is why, if the Bills don’t want him and can’t find a trade partner within the first two days, they will cut him, unless they like setting $6 million on fire.

    • RSH

      I saw one mock draft with such a scenario, and the Broncos landed Chukwuma Okorafor (RT) and Vita Vea (NT) in back-to-back selections. 670 pounds of beef right there.

      • Yahmule

        I’ll bet Vea winds up going in the top 12. I could get behind a Kolten Miller/Christian Kirk combo @ 21/22, but I would prefer to keep the high pick.

        • bradley
          • Yahmule

            I think he’s the player being most underrated in mock drafts right now. I really wouldn’t have a problem with the Broncos taking him fifth overall if Barkley/Nelson/Fitzpatrick are off the board. There are likely to be OT’s like Desmond Harrison and Tyrell Crosby available @ or near 40.

          • Jason

            He’s one of those players you would never regret taking IMO.

          • Nick

            And this is a Cougar saying this about a Husky.

          • Jason

            I had to hold my nose while typing that ;^)

    • pubkeeper

      They were talking about this scenario on the radio the other day. I think I’d pull the trigger. They could still move back up after that too.

      How about if it was Cordy Glenn instead of Taylor?

      • Kwash

        That may depend on what QB, if any, Denver got in free agency. If they got Cousins? I’d be very tempted to make that trade (if that’s even possible with the cap). If they settled for McCown? Probably want to keep #5 and pick your guy.

    • Yahmule

      I would rather keep the fifth pick and trade them a fourth rounder for Taylor. I think 21 and 22 misses the second tier of red chippers like Roquan Smith and Vita Vea.

      • Kwash

        Yeah, your scenario is probably better (and more likely).

      • BlackKnigh

        This makes the most sense.

    • ohiobronco

      You only do that deal if you think Buffalo sucks at evaluating QBs. Otherwise, why would you take the QB that isn’t good enough for them so they can draft a better one?

    • Yahmule

      I’m really only interested in moving five if we can stay in the top 10-12. I also want a 2019 first rounder in just about any deal.

  • RSH
    • Russ

      Can we (Broncos players, media, etc.) please stop talking about this? The more it appears this is our “plan A,” the likelier the Redskins are to tag Cousins (franchise or transition) knowing that they’ll get something big in return for losing him.

      • pubkeeper

        Yeah good luck with that

        • Russ

          A guy can dream. But seriously, do you see Patriot players freely discuss potential free agent signings, etc. with the media? I’m under no illusion that Marshall is, like, in the know on the FO’s intentions, but still, just shut your mouth on this.

          • Jason

            I hardly think there is any likelihood of a sneak attack.

          • Russ

            Fair enough. But (and maybe this is your point) Elway and Co. have a habit of being extremely predictable, most of which has to do with allowing glaring needs to open at certain positions that everyone can see, but also has to do with people within the organization spouting off to the media about the Broncos intentions before free agency and the draft. All I’m asking is for the latter to stop. Is that too much to ask?

          • Yahmule

            Broncos players showing Kirk love could also fall under the banner of recruiting.

  • RSH
    • pubkeeper

      Let’s just leave it as is now.

      • Yahmule

        The Broncos high horse attitude about naming Mile High after a marijuana dispensary mirrors the NFL’s disdainful comments on expanding to Las Vegas, until about three years ago.

        • Nick

          The Broncos high horse attitude about naming Mile High after a marijuana dispensary

          https://78.media.tumblr.com/cd615c9f098c38d74277a622bb6e52f5/tumblr_nyqxaw28tk1qa9yc1o1_400.gif

        • pubkeeper

          What’s funny is that a dispensary would be perfect. Emerald fields at mile high Stadium

          • Nick

            As I’ve said many times, someone needs to brand a Mile High strain. Thus, you have Mile High Stadium At Mile High. Multiple problems solved!

          • Jeremy

            I would be shocked if this hadn’t happened already. Denver has fucking everything with the mile high moniker already.Just sports media publications
            Mile High Huddle
            Mile high Hockey
            Mile High Report
            Mile High Sports
            Mile High Sports Commuter

  • RSH
    • Yahmule

      That is an enormous statue.

    • so cool of the Colts to build a statue of a Broncos QB.

      • T. Jensen

        All great colts grow up to be Broncos

    • JMac

      I saw that Statue on the Thursday night game a few weeks ago – It’s cool, but kinda creepy at the same time…

    • pubkeeper

      That’s cool. That’d me if I ever got to meet Elway. Not afraid to admit that either.

    • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

      If Timmy, and Mr. Mackey had a love child….

  • RSH
  • ohiobronco
    • Steven_Searls

      Bridgewater in a landslide at present.

      • cjfarls

        Only if he can pass a medical…. and definitely not by a landslide IMO.

        • ohiobronco

          He’s been cleared by the Vikings for a while and briefly gotten into a game. Obviously teams will study his medicals closely though.

  • Nick

    Are the Bills the new team that’s going to recycle through Broncos coordinators?

    https://twitter.com/alexmarvez/status/951868677439283200

    • JMac

      Where does John Fox fit into the Bills? Is there a place for him there?

    • Nick
    • RSH

      McCoy was on the Bills’ list of offensive coordinator candidates last offseason.

    • I don’t get the love with recycling coordinators. McCoy just showed that his scheme doesn’t work with the level of QB the Bills will be starting next year. And two years ago Bills defensive players complained Rex Ryan’s defense was too complicated… how will Bills offensive players react to McCoy’s voluminous playbook?

  • Sparks

    I think someone mentioned this a couple of days ago, but I’m having trouble seeing imbedded tweets here. Is anyone else having the same problem or know of any potential fixes?

    • Steven_Searls

      what browser are you using?

      • Sparks

        IE

        • Steven_Searls

          Try Chrome

          • Sparks

            Not working with Chrome either.

        • Carsonic

          Wow. And to think I actually respected you, looked up to you even. Sad day.

          • Sparks

            Hey, if you don’t like it, feel free to e-mail me at sparks@aol.com or you can call me at Klondike 5 3662. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I got some butter churning to get done before supper.

    • SteveS

      I’ve always had trouble with that using Firefox and so use Safari for this site only (using a Mac).

      • Rileyrott

        I’m using Firefox 57.0.4 (Windows 7) and can see the imbedded tweets.

        • SteveS

          Just tried again using Firefox 57.0.4 on my Mac and still can’t see imbedded tweets. Maybe its a matter of extensions or the fact that my instance of Firefox uses an anti-tracking extension called Defender – probably the latter

          • RSH

            I can’t see embedded tweets when I am connected to certain networks.

    • Hank Mardukis

      That was me. I’m still having the same issue here and other sites.

      I’ve tried playing with my Chrome settings, enabling and disabling ad block and tried adjusting my anti-virus settings. I haven’t found a fix. However, if I open up this site with Firefox I don’t have any trouble seeing tweets. It’s gotta be a Chrome-Twitter thing.

      • Sparks

        OK. This is the first time I’ve had this issue.

        • Hank Mardukis

          If I find the solution I’ll be happy to let you know.

          • Sparks

            Ditto.

  • RSH
    • pubkeeper

      What did you guys think of nagy hiring that ex Oregon coach as his oc? He’s got tribiskey already. I thought it was a solid move, bringing aspects of that college game to his offense, which a lot of these older coordinators don’t want to invest the energy to really learn. I’m clinging to some hope that Billy is an old dog willing to learn new tricks, think he did that w Carr, and I’ll be really disappointed if he doesn’t.

      • RSH

        I think that Chicago plans to head in the direction that many teams will need to in order to survive and thrive in the new NFL. Nagy saw that firsthand in Kansas City. Vance Joseph also recognizes as much.

        “You look at Philly and you look at Kansas City — we have to adjust also as pro coaches. We’re drafting these guys for their skill set that we see on tape,” Joseph said. “So we can’t take these guys and assume they can do something else. What we draft them for, we have to play to their strengths. … So we have to evolve as coaches also, take these kids’ skill sets and put it to work. So what we see in these players that we love, we have to apply to our game. It’s simple as that in my opinion.”

      • Royalwithcheese

        Musgrave spent a year working with Chip Kelly, so I’m sure he’s familiar with some of the trends coming out of colleges these days.

        • RSH

          The Broncos’ running backs coach was Kelly’s offensive coordinator in San Francisco as well. The new wide receivers coach has spent most of his time coaching in the college ranks for over a decade. I think significant offensive changes are coming to Denver and throughout the NFL next season and in seasons to come.

          • Broncos777

            I really think you are right, and Musgrave is trying to be the cutting edge of it.

  • The Color Orange
    • Jason

      The more I think on it, the more I’d rather see us draft Mayfield than break the bank on Cousins.

      • Drewredux

        This Senior Bowl gig is potentially a huge, huge break.

      • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

        Especially after reading Nick’s article, raining on my Cousins parade this morning!

    • pubkeeper
      • RSH

        #moneyball

      • Tyler

        Things like this are why that franchise never improves.

        • Yahmule

          Seven picks in the top 97. What the hell are they thinking?

      • I thought it was reported that a Phil Savage told the Browns they will not be coaching this year because their staff was awful last yr. Many teams, scouts complained about poor and disjointed practices, etc.

  • RSH

    This is the first that I have heard of trading Gary Kubiak to the Seahawks.

    https://twitter.com/OrangeBlue760/status/951908814256852993

    • Carsonic

      WTAF? He’s just been touted as getting increased responsibility and oversight!

      • RSH

        Kubiak’s first love in coaching is being an offensive play caller. Pete Carroll also loves an offense—and has a quarterback—predicated on a zone based rushing attack. It would make reasonable and logical sense if such a move materialized.

        • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

          Seattle was the first place I thought of when I heard Rick Dennison got canned.

    • Royalwithcheese

      They can’t be serious about that, can they?

    • The Color Orange

      I find it very hard to believe that if Kubiak went to his BFF Elway and told him he was going to take the offensive coordinator position in Seattle, Elway would deny him the opportunity unless the Broncos received compensation.

  • The Color Orange
    • Kush-Lash

      This article provides more clarity on the situation than anything I’ve ever read about it. To me, it seems like the trust had a preferred candidate earlier but now is in a limbo of sorts. This whole situation has potential for some major ramifications when settled. Organizational culture and tone starts at the top, this is a big deal.

    • BlackKnigh

      2 of the children to assume control would be better than 1 as they will have each other to talk to – as well as the FO people – about the decisions that need to be made.

  • RSH

    I still think that Bill Belichick played a hand in this in some fashion.

    https://twitter.com/cantcu/status/951940454290931712

  • RSH

    Baker Mayfield with a Whole Lot of Iowa Sprinkled in Mock Draft

    5: R1P5 QB BAKER MAYFIELD, OKLAHOMA
    40: R2P8 G WILL HERNANDEZ, UTEP
    71: R3P7 ILB JOSEY JEWELL, IOWA
    98: R3P34 TE HAYDEN HURST, SOUTH CAROLINA
    108: R4P6 CB JC JACKSON, MARYLAND
    111: R4P9 RB AKRUM WADLEY, IOWA
    144: R5P5 WR ALLEN LAZARD, IOWA STATE
    166: R5P27 OT BRANDON PARKER, NORTH CAROLINA A&T
    186: R6P8 3-4 DE CHRISTIAN LACOUTURE JR., LSU
    226: R7P7 3-4 OLB JESSE ANIEBONAM, MARYLAND

  • Broncos777

    Months ago someone on this site recommended reading The Big Picture: The Origins of Live, Meaning and the World Itself by Sean Carroll. I finally got around to it starting it today (actually listening to it on Audible), and it is excellent. I’m really enjoying it.

    • Kush-Lash

      So many big words in the Amazon book reviews. Will my one philosophy class in undergrad do me enough justice to follow AND comprehend?

      • Broncos777

        I would think so. I think the book has gained a good reputation for the author’s ability to make the material accessible. I would say it is about 25% philosophy/logic and 75% physics/thermodynamics/mathematical probability so far.

  • InSiemianWeTrust

    Elway: *looks side to side* Can’t wait to smokescreen people on this Mayfield Senior Bowl thing.

    Moves up to #2 on draft night to draft Josh Allen.

  • Laces Out

    I could live with this a yr or two while Allen gets developed. ; )

    http://larrybrownsports.com/football/broncos-could-be-landing-spot-tyrod-taylor/421223

  • Yahmule

    Let that be a lesson to you, Reuben Foster, northern California is infinitely cooler than that Jeff Sessions electing state from whence you came.