Hi there, dear friend reader and Broncos fan. As most of us should know by now, the QB battle in Denver is over. I did a film study on Paxton Lynch’s mistakes in the game against SF for Mile High Brasil, and decided to translate it and share it with you, since I believe the comment with the link will disappear and Google Translate isn’t reliable.
I don’t know if you know, but in 2012, before the draft, Jon Gruden had a film session review with ten QBs that were going to that draft.
Here’s Brock’s one, and I found it amazing. He was already intelligent, good at recognizing his mistakes, easy to put the blame on his shoulders and also the way he takes notes and pay attention to what Gruden says is incredible.
I don’t know how on earth nobody has talked about it here (at least, not that I have read) but ESPN has released an article that will be on their October magazine. It’s about how old and in pain Manning really is.
Here, I quote the most important thing for me: Continue reading Maybe this really is Manning’s last dance
Hello, dear reader and Denver Broncos fan. Yesterday, the team had a beautiful victory over the Baltimore Ravens, To start the regular season. But despite this, everyone is talking about our QB, and how he was inefficient, and blah blah blah. I wrote this chronicle to Mile High Brasil, and I thought you’d like to read it as well, to calm everyone down.
Hey there, guys, thanks so much for being so welcoming in my first post here filling for Leo.
This is probably my last, so I hope I get the same reception. Then the cut comes, and the starter is back to his job. Without further ado, let’s get to business.
Hi there, everyone, I’m LH Almeida, writing all the way from Sao Paulo, Brazil, to fill in for Luke. I hope I’m up to the task. So the Broncos went all the way South to face the Texans, and this is my Reactions to the game.
First of all, I’d like to say that, if we were all flying miles high after the first preseason game, this one probably brought us down to earth. Our team is in a weird mix of two modes that seem to be opposites: win-now and rebuild. We have Manning running out of time, with his window of time smaller than ever, yet we have new coaches everywhere, and a new system to be implemented. We’re still a work in progress. As this is Leo’s, I’m just filling in, I’ll keep his three categories: