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  • #61
    can we wait a few months before we declare this the worst off-season ever. talk about your premature bitchiing.

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    • #62
      McDaniels is just too young. He doesn't have enough experience to be the head coach of a team. When some of your players are older than you, you're definitely too young.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by broth223 View Post
        Maybe just MAYBE McDanials knew exactly what he was doing when he traded the first round pick for Alphonso Smith. Maybe he didn't want to pay a top 5 pick which is why he traded the Bronco's pick instead of the Bears. Am I out of line here?
        Yeah but that is cheaper than the Bengals owner, you're going to trade for your potential top 10 pick for a guy who will most likely never be a #1 CB, when you could've had an elite talent just to save money? That is extremely cheap in IMO worse than just being stupid because being cheap does not win you any games as we see with the Bengals who's owner is so cheap he won't even hire a GM or fire Marvin Lewis because he doesn't want to swallow that contract. That is even worse than that IMO. You've just possibly sacrificed a face of your franchise, a franchise saver, may set your team back even further and you are now a collection of average just to save money? Horrible.

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        • #64
          We get it Thumper, you hate mcdaniels and think the Broncos are a joke. Do you see any fans freaking out? No, because this doesn't even deserve it's own story. Marshall has been injured. And since when has the first preseason depth chart meant jack anyways. Are we gonna make threads for every single tiny problem in every teams depth chart? I doubt it.

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          • #65
            While I do think Josh McDaniels is a joke, this isn't the only pre-season depth chart thread *looks at the "Colts bench Tony Ugoh" Thread*

            Whats next is a thread about Todd Haley having Dwayne Bowe as third string WR which I also think is incredibly stupid!

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            • #66
              Yes there was a thread about Tony Ugoh, but it wasn't titled "Jim Caldwell is a moron"

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              i wish NFLDC had something like "wall to wall" where we could see Brodeur and Job's conversations.
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              • #67
                Originally posted by JeffSamardzijaIRISH View Post
                McDaniels is just too young. He doesn't have enough experience to be the head coach of a team. When some of your players are older than you, you're definitely too young.
                hmmm...tell that to Jon Gruden and his super bowl ring.

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                • #68
                  McDaniels was quoted today as saying that the NFL mandated him to release a depth chart relative to the first preseason game. Since Marshall wasnt available due to injury, he didnt put him in as a starter.

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                  • #69
                    Just to back up what Timbathia is saying:

                    "That is not our depth chart," McDaniels said. "We don't have any starters right now. We have competition everywhere. The league mandates that we put out a roster for who is going to start in the first preseason game, and Brandon has a personal situation that he is going to attend to and won't be able to make that first preseason game. (WR) Jabar Gaffney is going to start in his place. It is very simple. There is nothing other than that to that entire story."

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by FlyingElvis View Post
                      Just to back up what Timbathia is saying:

                      "That is not our depth chart," McDaniels said. "We don't have any starters right now. We have competition everywhere. The league mandates that we put out a roster for who is going to start in the first preseason game, and Brandon has a personal situation that he is going to attend to and won't be able to make that first preseason game. (WR) Jabar Gaffney is going to start in his place. It is very simple. There is nothing other than that to that entire story."

                      pulled from CBSSports.com - find it yourself if you're that interested b/c I just C&P'd it off the fantasy page. lol
                      exactly. I can't believe people are actually pontificating about this. It's nothing.

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                      • #71
                        Thread fail. McDaniels may be a dumbass but he's not stupid enough to drop Marshall out of the starting lineup.


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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by Thumper View Post
                          Yeah but that is cheaper than the Bengals owner, you're going to trade for your potential top 10 pick for a guy who will most likely never be a #1 CB, when you could've had an elite talent just to save money? That is extremely cheap in IMO worse than just being stupid because being cheap does not win you any games as we see with the Bengals who's owner is so cheap he won't even hire a GM or fire Marvin Lewis because he doesn't want to swallow that contract. That is even worse than that IMO. You've just possibly sacrificed a face of your franchise, a franchise saver, may set your team back even further and you are now a collection of average just to save money? Horrible.
                          Well I wasn't really thinking that he was trying to save money more he was trying to save cap space to go after vets in the next off season DeMarcus Ware perhaps?
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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by A Perfect Score View Post
                            But the offense wasnt the problem. The defense was. So why Bowlen wanted a more versatile offense is still a mysterious. Case in point, you had a stud QB, a stud WR, a servicable offensive line and a system that allowed for a solid running game with anyone at RB. The Broncos fell apart because of the defense. So why did the offense need to be re-tooled again?

                            And there is literally no way you can put a positive spin on the Cutler trade. All Cutler wanted to hear from McDaniels after the rumor they went after Cassell was "I wont be traded." And since McDaniels has such a gigantic ego that he couldnt even say that, Cutler demanded a trade. And rightfully so. I would too. He wasnt the problem in Denver, and he shouldnt be treated as though he is.

                            Im as big of an Alphonso Smith fan as anyone. In fact, if you check the Ravens forum, I wanted us to take him at 26 from the beginning of the draft process. I really think he will be a good #2 CB in the league. But you just dont trade a top 10 (likely) pick for a #2 QB. You just dont. Ugh. You cant defend his decisions, they dont make any sense.

                            And you are right, they couldnt of fixed the defense in one draft. But they would of been a ******** better off with a high octane offense and a defense that they sunk a first/second round pick into.
                            I'd just like to kindly remind everyone that thought our offense was amazing, that we were only 16th in scoring. We could move the ball between the 20 yard lines all day but the red zone was a different story. So yes, while our defense and our ST's were the main issues, it isn't like our offense doesn't have any room for improvement. As great as our offense was last year, it'd be nice if we were top 5 in scoring.

                            Anyway, this offense is still going to be explosive even with Orton and we should be able to move the ball consistently. There won't be the "OMG did you see that throw" type of plays, but no one can legitimately argue that our offense can't be better than 16th in scoring this year with the talent we have.

                            Our offensive line is top 5.
                            Royal, Gaffney and Stokley all can get the job done as starters in the NFL. If Marshall gets past his court date with a not guilty verdict and stays healthy, we'll be that much better.

                            Our TE's are solid.
                            Our running backs should be good with the potential to be great.

                            Hillis is the most underrated player right now on our team. He can do so many things in this system.

                            People that think this team is going to be a 4 win or less are going to be disappointed. There is no way our defense can be as bad as it was last year. Its impossible. Removing Slowik pretty much guarantees that. We will field a competitive secondary, and we have two capable ILBS. Our OLB/D-Line are either unproven or unimpressive. So while it is possible we might still suck on defense, I'd be willing to bet we'll be much better than the defense we put out last year. - Which is actually one of the worst defenses I've ever seen on a NFL field purely because of the scheme.
                            Last edited by DenverDex; 08-13-2009, 03:02 AM.

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                            • #74
                              What makes you think that you have improved on offense by that much that you will be better than 16th in scoring? Losing Cutler is an extremely big hit

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                              • #75
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