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  1. For me best day 2: Deebo Samuel Eric McCoy Germaine Pratt
  2. 1.20 Noah Fant TE Iowa

    Overall, I'm relatively ok with the pick. I am not sure he is the pick I would have made. I had Irv Smith rated higher than Fant, but Fant is a solid player and they got decent value for him.
  3. The Search for Coaching Staff Begins

    https://www.9news.com/amp/article?section=sports&subsection=nfl&topic=denver-broncos&subtopic=mike-klis&headline=fangio-bringing-in-bears-outside-linebacker-coach-brandon-staley&contentId=73-4e41403c-9d71-4733-87a2-c12c0abe00b5&__twitter_impression=true Klis seems to think the Broncos will end up interviewing Scangerello after all. Les Shapiro says the interview is probably tomorrow
  4. Goldfish's 2 Rounds - Updated

    For Denver, this is perfect scenario. However, I just can't see a scenario where Daniel Jones realistically falls to Round 2. I think someone will draft him in Round 1, even if it means trading back in to Round 1 just for the extra year of control.
  5. 2019 NFL QB Draft Prospects

    I'm still trying to figure out what I think about Daniel Jones. He is the only one who I would probably consider in round 1 since Herbert is going back to school
  6. Grade the Fangio Hire

    I believe anything under HC is just considered "assistant" so it is not technically a promotion unless they want to make him asst HC I think
  7. Grade the Fangio Hire

    It really is. It goes back to the idea "If you take care of your people, they will take care of you." DO you wonder why Andy Reid always has good assistants? Its because he cultivates great minds, encourages them to explore and then when they are found to be ready prepares them for the next level. Therefore, young innovative minds want to work for Andy Reid. If we adopt this model then we can start to develop a pipeline like Andy Reid. It comes down to focusing on people not just the final product. If you do focus on the people correctly, the final product usually takes care of itself
  8. Grade the Fangio Hire

    True, but I suppose you can say that about any young innovative mind. But if we want to modernize the offense its a risk we have to take
  9. Grade the Fangio Hire

    Don't know too much about him but interesting
  10. Grade the Fangio Hire

    Just a thought, if we are specifically looking for HC experience, what about Jim Caldwell. Granted others may have more innovative minds but if we want to look for that 2nd HC to help Fangio he could be an option
  11. Grade the Fangio Hire

    I don't disagree with the decision not to bring back Kubiak. If he was going to bring back Dennison and others, it showed this offense was not going to evolve. It was the right move. However, the problem is how is this just coming up now. Like 2 weeks ago when they first mentioned Kubiak would be back, how did they not have the conversation then? There is no reason this should play out in public. Its water under the bridge now. The question is who can we move on to?
  12. DEN hires CHI DC Vic Fangio as HC

    This was Klis a short while ago. This is the arrangement I think is most beneficial.
  13. DEN hires CHI DC Vic Fangio as HC

    This is the key IMO. Elway is throwing all his chips on this one. If this fails Elway is going out with everyone else. It definitely could work. I don't object to Kubiak's presence. I think he can be a valuable resource. However, as many have said, there has to be clear lines of delineation. Hopefully, that will happen
  14. DEN hires CHI DC Vic Fangio as HC

    HAHA... hopefully we can get Mike Singletary interesting. "Can't Do it"
  15. DEN hires CHI DC Vic Fangio as HC

    This is where I tend to go. I do think they need to modernize the offense. However, if you talk to McVay, he basically says his offense is based off of the Shanahan/Kubiak offense. So its not like the the system needs to be scrapped. It just needs to be cleaned up. Hopefully, they can bring in a young mind to help shape the offense