Countdown to training camp: The Quarterbacks

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For the first time since the Broncos’ victory at Super Bowl 50, Denver are set to enter training camp without a battle for the job of starting quarterback. Trevor Siemian, the slightly goofy, seventh round pick you couldn’t root against is no longer in Denver. In comes Case Keenum who, like Siemian, has had the odds stacked against him his … Read More

Quarterback quandary – a year off?

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For the last two seasons I have penned a quarterback quandary article, and this year I have been caught scratching my head. At the end of last season I believed another QB battle would not have been healthy for the team, or indeed the franchise and it’s fans in general. One thing we thought we had learned was Paxton Lynch … Read More

Dave’s Diary: The 2017 Season So Far

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The offensive line still has problems, mainly holding penalties, which tells me they are getting beat. Is this down to Jeff Davidson, or is it more of a schematic problem, ie Offensive play calling? We need a RT who is as good at protecting the QB  as he is opening up the run. Menalik can be excellent in regards to … Read More

Broncos Training Camp Review – Day 6

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After a day off, the Broncos were back at it for their third day in pads as the first pre-season game grows ever closer. It was another mixed day for the two Broncos Quarterbacks vying for the starting job, but the new left tackle Garrett Bolles continues to impress, as does Guard Connor McGovern. Paxton Lynch may have just edged day … Read More

QB Quandary 2017

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Here we go. The pads are on, meaning the QB battle is on. The QB Quandary 2017 is here in abundance. Day one belonged to Paxton. Day two belonged to Trevor. Day three, it would have taken a much better person than me to choose, but day four belonged to the wrecking machine, AKA the Defense. I don’t know whether … Read More