Offseason Refresher Course:
07. december 2018 kl. 01:10
Denver Broncos We are just past the two-month mark until the NFL regular-season begins and I could not , COULD NOT, be more excited for this season. Every offseason seems to get longer and longer to the point where we scrape the bottom barrels for any last drops of something football-related to help ease our minds and pass the time. I’ve recently gotten interested in the Canadian Football League and’s pretty cool, but obviously not the same. If you want to be reminded of college football players you forgot about fromm the late 2000’s, it might be the sport for you.Anyways, it’s been a fairly eventful offseason within the AFC West and I thought I would catch everybody up on what has happened so far while providing some previews of the division before training camp gets underway. First up on the docket, the Denver Broncos.OffenseThe Broncos are headed into the 2018 season with some new faces gracing the offensive side of the ball. Wide receiver Courtland Sutton (6-3 220, SMU) and running back Royce Freeman (6-0 229, Oregon) were selected in the second and third rounds , respectively, and look to bring some dynamic talent to an offense that seemed more stagnant than not this past year.On day three, the Broncos also selected former Penn State route-technician DaeSean Hamilton and Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli. Both should add solid depth to the receiving-corps.The biggest change, however, happens to be free agent quarterback Case Keenum who now takes over behind center. Keenum, who threw for 3,547 yards and 22 touchdowns for the Vikings last year, will look to inject some life back into a Denver offense that has lost some spunk since The Sheriff hung up his cleats.Look for the offensive line to gel and have increased productivity as the only change to the front-five is the addition of former-Arizona Cardinals offensive tackle Jared Veldheer. Veldheer will likely anchor the right tackle position as 2016 first-round pick Garrett Bolles will have blindside duties all to himself.DefenseThe Broncos already have one of the fiercest pass rushes in the entire NFL. Even when future hall-of-famer DeMarcus Ware retired Joe Barksdale Jersey , younger players Shane Ray and Shaq Barrett were there to fill the void. But after the selection of North Carolina State’s Bradley Chubb, the consensus top EDGE rusher in the draft, the Broncos’ look to reclaim one of the spots among the leagues best EDGE duos.At the second level, they bring back linebackers Todd Davis and Brandon Marshall to be the heart of the defense. Add in Josey Jewell, the All-American linebacker from the University of Iowa, and you have the makings of an up-and-coming front seven.Chris Harris remains one of the best cornerbacks in the league and Bradley Roby is no slouch, himself. Former 2016 third-round pick Justin Simmons has laid claim as the top safety on the team and will be joined by incumbent starter at free safety Darian Stewart as the group looks to continue the vaunted No-Fly Zone at Mile HighSpecial TeamsBrandon McManus returns as the team’s kicker but don’t be surprised to see them bring in some competition. After signing a recent extension, McManus went on to miss eight kicks in 2017 Cheap Dan Feeney Jersey , including 3 between 20-39 yards.Marquette King was signed soon after his surprise release by the Raiders following the hire of Jon Gruden as their head coach. Oakland’s loss looks to be Denver’s gain as King is an instant upgrade over Riley Dixon who underwhelmed in his time with the Broncos.What do you guys expect from the Broncos this season? Will they take a step forward or back? Let us know in the comment section.2018 NFL Fan Vote Mock Draft - Philadelphia Eagles Are on the Clock - Pick 32 For reasons that I cannot fathom, you selected a second offensive tackle for the New England Patriots with the 31st overall pick.First overall voting total: Cleveland BrownsSecond overall voting total: New York GiantsThird overall voting total: New York JetsFourth overall voting total: Cleveland BrownsFifth overall voting total: Denver BroncosSixth overall voting total: Indianapolis ColtsSeventh overall voting total: Tampa Bay BuccaneersEighth overall voting total: Chicago BearsNinth overall voting total: San Francisco 49ersTenth overall voting total: Oakland Raiders11th overall voting total: Miami Dolphins12th overall voting total: Buffalo Bills13th overall voting total: Washington Redskins14th overall voting total: Green Bay Packers15th overall voting total: Arizona Cardinals16th overall voting total: Baltimore Ravens17th overall voting total: Los Angeles Chargers18th overall voting total: Seattle Seahawks19th overall voting totals: Dallas Cowboys20th overall voting totals: Detroit Lions21st overall voting totals: Cincinnati Bengals22nd overall voting totals: Buffalo Bills23rd overall voting totals: New England Patriots24th overall voting totals: Carolina Panthers25th overall voting totals: Tennessee Titans26th overall voting totals: Atlanta Falcons27th overall voting totals: New Orleans Saints28th overall voting totals: Pittsburgh Steelers29th overall voting totals: Jacksonville Jaguars30th overall voting totals: Minnesota Vikings31st overall voting totals: New England PatriotsThe Philadelphia Eagles are now on the clock!WR Courtland Sutton: He’s a possession receiver. He’s big, he’s tough, and he lacks quickness.LB Leighton Vander Esch: An athletic, 3-down linebacker, Vander Esch could definitely be a mid-1st round pick.WR D.J. Moore: Probably a slot receiver in the NFL, he has the quickness for it and could also add value as a returner.CB Mike Hughes: The UCF product is a short but physical corner. He lacks experience which gives a somewhat steeper learning curve as he enters the NFL.CB Isaiah Oliver: He has an elite combination of size and speed but has some technical deficiencies and is a less than stellar tackler.RB Sony Michel: A north-south runner who can run through arm tackles, Michel is a potential first-round talent.DE Arden Key: There are plenty of red flags here Trevor Williams Jersey , but he has the potential to be a quality pass rusher in the NFL.WR James Washington: He has a limited route tree and was not challenged much by Big 12 defenses, but he gets open deep and makes big plays.WR Christian Kirk: Lacks desirable speed, but he is quick and works well underneath. Probably limited to playing in the slot.DE Sam Hubbard: He has the size and motor to play at DE, but he lacks the athleticism that would allow him to excel as a pass rusher.S Ronnie Harrison: Alabama’s Harrison has the size and athleticism you want from a safety, but he plays a bit out of control and has technical deficiencies.DT Taven Bryan: Florida’s Bryan is a gifted athlete, but he lacks the size necessary to hold up against powerful offensive linemen.LB Malik Jefferson: Jefferson has the size and athleticism you in a linebacker, but his instincts are poor.TE Mark Andrews: He is a matchup problem with his size but he is an unwilling blocker.OT Chukwuma Okorafor: He was a three-year starter that spent time at both offensive tackle spots.
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