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  1. Leary, Juwan James, Walker and Gotsis are all out. Fant is still listed as questionable. Starting to look a little thin in the trenches..
  2. I could be wrong, but I see Drew Lock struggling in this game. Lots of learning moments. Arrowhead is a brutal place to play in December and he’ll have to match their offensive output. If he even posts a respectable stat line and continues to avoid the deer in the headlights look, I’ll be all in on him.
  3. He was walking around on the sidelines, so I think we’re ok.
  4. I would kill for Jackson to be 25. What a pickup for this defense. Good lord.
  5. Our defense is going to sorely miss Derek Wolfe today.
  6. I would love it if Bolles would finally step up and perform to his athletic ability. That’s one more pick we could use somewhere else on the O-line. But he would have to play lights out for the rest of the season, and I do mean LIGHTS OUT. I just don’t see that happening. Sure would be nice though.
  7. I’ll say this much about Lock after watching him play and especially after seeing his interviews this week. The dude is absolutely dripping with confidence and it’s pretty obvious that the players all really like him. At least for now, we finally have a quarterback that has legit swagger again. And not in a way that makes you hate him.
  8. GDT Week 13: LAC vs DEN: DREW LOCK EDITION

    I would have disagreed strongly with this at the beginning of the season. But at this point I think you’re probably correct. Von’s at a stage in his career now where he probably wouldn’t command a high enough draft pick to grab an automatic home run player. Plus, coordinators do still have to plan for him, even if his production has dropped off this season. Third, we’re already loaded for bear in next year’s draft; one late first rounder is probably not going to be the difference maker here.
  9. This game will be much closer than it should be for a while.. But in the end, a poor o-line coupled with scared playcalling and a defense thats proven vulnerable to the no huddle will doom us yet again. Houston 31 Denver 20 Lock goes 21-30 for 200 yards. 1 td 1 int.
  10. Broncos place DE Derek Wolfe on IR

    Me too. I went to college at Wyoming and continue to follow them. Allen is a once in a two or three generation talent in terms of athleticism and arm ability. His biggest knock from watching him play live, was his head scratching inconsistency. No joke, I’ve seen him thread a 45 yard rope between two defenders and land it on the money just to turn around and miss his next two passes on wide open slant routes. In fact, short to intermediate routes seemed to be what he struggled with the most in college which to me indicated a footwork issue. On long routes where he had to really set his feet and fire it, he always threw great. He’s really improved over the last two seasons though, and in hindsight I would have been just fine with it had we picked him.
  11. GDT Week 13: LAC vs DEN: DREW LOCK EDITION

    Time will tell. Although I will say: Lock looked much more composed in his first game than Cutler did. Cutler was nervous, shaky and gun shy. Aside from a couple early overthrows, Lock looked surprisingly comfortable and in command. And he took zero sacks today. That really impressed me; he made his reads and if nothing was there, he either threw it away or made a play with his legs. Very unusual for a qb’s first start.
  12. GDT Week 13: LAC vs DEN: DREW LOCK EDITION

    No, and I’m glad it worked out. But in fairness, that kind of go for the throat mentality has not been the norm for Fangio this season. Which IMO is part of the reason we’re 4-8. Hopefully Fangio and company learn from that. Fortune favors the bold.
  13. GDT Week 13: LAC vs DEN: DREW LOCK EDITION

    You can tell Hamilton isn’t used to the velocity. That’s twice today.
  14. GDT Week 13: LAC vs DEN: DREW LOCK EDITION

    I’ve given Scangarello a lot of leeway this season because of our O-line. But for f*cks sake. You will never win in this league if you don’t have the balls to take shots down the field. Lock doesn’t even look gun shy; it’s literally the play calling that’s hamstringing the offense not our rookie quarterback starting his first game. Let that soak in a minute.
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