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You know the season is lost when you lose to the hapless New York Jets. That is what happened to the Denver Broncos on Sunday in a 34-16 defeat [url=][/url] , and if the Jets are bad, what does that make Denver? The Broncos (2-3) might be worse than they were a season ago, and they were bad in 2017. Winners The Jets Unlike the Broncos, New York moved up in the NFL Draft and got its franchise quarterback in Sam Darnold. It’s fitting the Jets just beat Denver. The future looks bright for Gang Green. The same cannot be said about Broncos Country.Phillip Lindsay The Broncos rookie running back was pretty much the only player who shined on offense. He is fun to watch and will play a big role for this franchise in the foreseeable future.Adam Gotsis Hey, you have to try and find the positives at this point, and at least Denver’s defense created a turnover. Not only that, the offense turned that into a touchdown. At least the start was good. Too bad it derailed shortly after that.Losers Vance Joseph The time has come to fire him and move on. It’s easy to lose track of the number of embarrassing games he’s overseen as head coach, but Sunday against the Jets is the most recent. No more. Joe WoodsNo more. As is the case for Joseph, the time has come to move on. At least Wade Phillips will be in the building next Sunday to completely destroy the franchise that did him wrong.Garett Bolles Or is it Garett Holds? Either way, he leads the NFL in holding penalties and the issues that plagued him in his rookie season haven’t been fixed. The “bust” talk is only going to grow louder and louder. Denver’s offensive line Despite the success this unit has had in run blocking, it is putrid in pass protection. This unit has been bad over the Broncos’ three-game losing streak and now the Los Angeles Rams are up next. Case Keenum Keenum is a liability at this point, and it’s time to consider making the switch to Chad Kelly. Keenum has proven his success with the Minnesota Vikings last season was a fluke. Bradley Roby Holy shit, was he torched on Sunday. What else is there to say? He wasn’t alone, since the Frequent Flyer Zone was open for business against the Jets. Broncos run defenseHoly shit, was this unit torched on Sunday. What else is there to say? John Elway It’s been said that Denver’s legend has no Plan B. Never has that been more true since Peyton Manning retired. It’s clear at this point that Elway has no clue what he’s doing. And his franchise just shamed itself by being annihilated by a bad team that has a franchise quarterback. Whoops. I may be the king of procrastination, Broncos Country. As I worked last week to make the GIF Horse Most Valuable Broncos series, I kept finding myself turning on tape of the 2019 QB class. As a habit [url=][/url] , I don’t get too informed during the college season so as to approach it with fresh eyes in the offseason but thought it time to dive in with all the reports that Elway is over Case Keenum.Last Thursday, I spent the morning watching Drew LockLock is where I focused most of my attention so far this offseason because there has been multiple reports from a variety of sources that he is the apple of Elway’s eye. The Broncos infatuation with Lock has probably been the worst kept draft secret in the league so far this year; to the point where it’s fair to begin questioning if Elway is putting out smoke. Here’s my thoughts thus far: He has one of the better arms in this class. Possibly second to only Kyler Murray of Oklahoma. There are times when his accuracy is all you could ask for from a quarterback. He’s faster than you’d expect a 6’4 225 lb quarterback to be, but isn’t very sudden or twitchy. The redshirt junior improved his accuracy every year of his career, but still goes through bouts where his ball placement leave a lot to be desired. That accuracy becomes even more problematic when he doesn’t set his feet properly, a habit that shows up far too frequently as a response to pressure. When Lock is throwing off his back foot as he fades away from pressure the ball tends to sail on him.Additionally, Lock is sometimes slow to diagnose the defense and find the open receiver. This exacerbates his issues with pressure as it sometimes leads to him being stranded in the pocket trying to make something out of nothing. Against South Carolina, it cost his team the game.He has the kind of arm talent that scouts will love enough to overlook his flaws, but comes with all the bad habits a strong arm helps you overcome. I’ve seen Mahomes as a comparison, which is very questionable, but one thing Lock does have in common with the Kansas City Chief is that he’d benefit from a year sitting and learning. Unfortunately Case Keenum isn’t Alex Smith, and the chances that Lock will get an entire season to sit and iron out his mechanics is very remote. There’s a reason Aaron Rodgers was the best example of a successful quarterback to sit and learn behind a veteran prior to Mahomes, because it is very rare.Over the weekend I spoke with Derrik Klassen of Football Outsiders about Lock and he had many of the same concerns I did. Yeah, but what about _____ in 2019?The best arguments for taking a QB this year is that Von Miller and Chris Harris aren’t getting any younger. The rest of the arguments: Case Keenum ain’t the guy, you never know what next year’s class looks like, maybe the Broncos won’t be in position to get another QB? They’re all questionable rationale for reaching at QB. That’s how you get Paxton Lynch. Would you rather take a quarterback who wins up as the 20th best QB this year or swing for a top 5-10 guy next year? Obviously that’s a hypothetical, but just because the Broncos need a QB doesn’t mean they should reach on a bad prospect. So far this year, I’ve watched games of Drew Haskins [url=][/url] , Kyler Murray and a little Daniel Jones. Here’s my early thoughts on all three:Haskins- one year starter, Urban Meyer system questions, but probably the best quarterback in this class. Should Elway trade to two? That may be what it takes.Murray- one year starter, but would probably go first overall if he was 6’0”. People can say that height doesn’t matter because of Russell Wilson and Drew Brees, but they’ll probably struggle to name a 5’9” franchise guy. Combine is huge for him.Daniel Jones- I wasn’t that impressed by his tape. Perhaps more film study will reveal to me why he’s getting all sorts of love, but he seems like the biggest beneficiary of the shallow class.The more I’ve watched the 2019 QB crop, the more I stand by what I said for the first 2019 QB Roundtable: The smart long term play would be to trade back in the 1st round this year to pick up a future 1st. That way the Broncos have ammo to manipulate the board as they need to in 2020. This spring, the best option would be to grab an impact player available and continue to build the team so when the QB comes in the team is prepared to maximize all 4 years of his rookie deal. On to your Broncos linksDenver Broncos Drafts: Seeking a Quarterback - Mile High ReportDrew Lock is a quarterback Broncos fan should keep an eye on at the Senior Bowl - Mile High ReportDenver Broncos 2019 Draft: Top prospects to watch at the Senior Bowl - Mile High ReportBroncos podcast: Getting a grip on Denver’s new coaching staff - Mile High ReportSteve Atwater made his biggest plays in the biggest moments - Mile High ReportDenver Broncos: Steve Atwater was a champion from the start - Mile High ReportGIF Horse - The Most Valuable Denver Broncos 16-24 - Mile High ReportHow post-June 1 cut designation applies to Denver’s 4 candidatesLedyard’s 2019 NFL Mock Draft 5.0 - The Draft NetworkNFL mock draft 2019: Kyler Murray goes early; Eagles, Colts find new playmakers | NFL | Sporting NewsTDN Staff: Senior Bowl Safety Superlatives - The Draft NetworkPatriots-Rams. AgainSuper Bowl 53 Preview: Belichick defense, McVay offense | SI.comThe first time they faced the Rams in the Super Bowl, Belichick’s underdog Patriots used an aggressive tactic to shut down Marshall Faulk. Why calling on a similar game plan could be the formula for slowing Sean McVay’s high-powered offense.Super Bowl LIII: Top stories we’re already sick of | SI.comSuper Bowl 53 odds: Rams open as slight favorites over Patriots, then odds flip | NFL | Sporting NewsWho is singing the national anthem at Super Bowl 2019? | NFL | Sporting NewsAfter Patriots’ win in AFC championship, it’s time to put NFL overtime rules to death | NFL | Sporting NewsFMIA: Amazing, crazy games lead to Rams-Patriots Super Bowl; Tom Brady: ‘We’ll Remember This Forever’ – ProFootballTalkWATCH: Patriots coach Bill Belichick spikes, throws tablet after late Chiefs touchdown | NFL | Sporting NewsJulian Edelman proves balls don’t lie in AFC Championship game | SI.comIt’s a Rams-Patriots Super Bowl, and an Officiating Nightmare | SI.comSaints’ Sean Payton on no PI: Never a more obvious call - NFL.comAndy Reid takes issue with roughing, offsides penalties – ProFootballTalkNickell Robey-Coleman: I got beat and was trying to save a TD – ProFootballTalkHow Bill Vinovich’s officiating crew cost the Saints a trip to the Super Bowl | Touchdown WireSaints vs Rams missed pass interference call: NFL players react | SI.comCommissioner has authority to take action over Rams-Saints outcome [url=]Youth Chris Harris Jr Jersey[/url] , in theory – ProFootballTalkCam Jordan: We had a chance to get them out of FG range – ProFootballTalkMarcus Peters has a message for Saints fans complaining about refsDee Ford on offsides on INT: ‘I’ve got to see the ball’ - NFL.comChiefs offsides penalty: Dee Ford negates interception | SI.comTodd Gurley wasn’t hurt Sunday, just played ‘sorry’ - NFL.comOther NFL NewsSaints’ Drew Brees aiming to make ‘another run at it’ - NFL.comFollowing a heartbreaking defeat in the NFC Championship Game, Saints quarterback Drew Brees said he’ll talk with coaches and teammates, but a return in 2019 is in the cards.Calvin Ridley’s car stolen in Atlanta – ProFootballTalk“Man they got me last night in Buckhead,” Ridley wrote in a since-deleted tweet. “Car Stolen. No such thing as a safe part of town so be careful. Grateful there was no violence, they just got me at the gas station & rode out.”Will Rams-Saints debacle bring down Al Riveron? – ProFootballTalk“I think that there was a sense of, around the league office and some of the people in leadership positions, they didn’t value that position the way it should have been valued, and how important it is,” Blandino said at the time. “During the season, other than the Commissioner, the head of officiating is probably the most public-facing person in the office. And those decisions that are made, I mean, these affect the outcome of games, and that’s your product on the field.”Report: Dolphins to hire Packers assistant as defensive coordinator – ProFootballTalkThe Dolphins might be two weeks away from hiring a head coach, but they’re moving on with Brian Flores’ staff.

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