104.3 “The Drive” radio station out of Colorado “interviewed” Kentucky Broncos fan Jesse Oaks about his idea to set up some Tim Tebow billboards in Denver. Instead of “interviewing him” they basically mocked him from the get go, ridiculing him for his billboard idea and they even belittled him for being a Broncos fan living in Kentucky.

I won’t link to the stupid radio piece, instead I will give credit to Troy Hufford who brought this to the attention of Broncos fans over at Mile High Report.

Now I don’t really care about the billboard. When I first heard of it I thought it was kind of funny and fans can do whatever they want. It shows how seriously fed up most fans are with the quarterback play of number 8. How fed up we are with the man who inspired us like never before against our blood rival last Monday Night. That was incredible, I actually watched it. Did you?

I don’t care about this “D-Mac” loser, he’s just some goober who sounds like he snorted a bunch of Vivarin, he’s there trying to play the role of antagonist.

The kid they interviewed didn’t seem like some stupid know-nothing a-hole, despite Alfred Williams and Mark Schlereth trying to paint him as one. Jesse Oaks claim’s he’s tired of Kyle Orton and wants a change at quarterback. It seems Mr. Oaks caved to recent outside pressure though and he decided to change the billboard over from a pro-Tebow message to a sign that just disses Kyle Orton. That was a mistake. Stick to your guns and screw everybody else. Only a first-rate moron would want Brady Quinn–a poor man’s Kyle Orton with no upside and a free agent to boot–only a sea cucumber would want Brady Quinn to take over for Kyle Orton this year.

I hear Brady Quinn's pretty good.

That’s why I dare John Fox to put in Brady Quinn. I dare you Mr. Fox to play Brady Quinn. You don’t like the Tebow chants? I wouldn’t put it past most reasonable people to just get up and walk out of that stadium if the mighty Quinnby gets the nod. A five year player with no upside. I don’t feel bad for Quinn either, he can get any broad he wants and he’ll have a great career as a CBS analyst.

I’m hoping like crazy they actually do that. I can’t wait to be that entertained. It better be a home game.

Getting back to business, Alfred Williams kept questioning whether Mr. Oaks trusts John Fox and John Elway… stating that if he trusted them then he surely trusts Xanders and the quarterback coach… The kid didn’t seem to want to throw Fox or his long time idol John Elway under the bus. He didn’t want to question them, he was simply sick of Orton. That was a mistake.

Trust John Fox. Trust John Elway. Why Alfred Williams? What have they done for us lately?

They drafted Von Miller which is good. They could have drafted Marcell Dareus which would have been good too. All I’m saying is the number two pick wasn’t some incredible decision only a true football genius could figure out.

The rest of the draft picks? Remains to be seen. Can’t say it was amazing work yet. Funny that defensive tackle was and still is a glaring need yet we’re going to stop people from running the ball? Oh yeah, there’s always free agency for that. We surely had a plan. A young power running back would have been nice–but there was a plan there too. Surely.

Next up, we botch the Orton trade. We’re all in to trade Orton–you can’t deny that one bit–we’re all in to trade him away and we turn around and don’t do it? What the hell was that? Why should we trust this management?

What a joke that was. Don’t blame Jesse Oaks, don’t blame the fans, don’t take shots at Tebow for this–but I’m sure your crew will do all of those things.

Trade Orton... wait, no... eh, no one will notice.

Management brought it on themselves after that utter debacle. But oh no, I suppose we should ass sniff Elway, Fox and Xanders… they know what’s right for the team. They wouldn’t do anything to heighten a quarterback controversy right from the start of training camp would they?

We trade away Jabar Gaffney to the Redskins for a player that doesn’t make the team. I don’t care that we have good depth or perceived good depth at receiver. We traded away a player who is now the second best wide receiver on the Redskins, we traded him away for absolutely nothing. I suppose we should all just look the other way? Trust in EFX they say.

The coach tells us that we’ll run the football this year. We’ll run five hundred times and we won’t abandon the run. Yet we changed one guy on that offensive line. One )&()*in guy on a line that’s never proven anything run blocking and now we’re gonna roll over everybody?

I’ll tell you something, this coach should have a better grasp of his player’s talent level. A better grasp of strengths and weaknesses. I expected we’d acquire a running back somewhere this offseason, but Willis McGahee isn’t the answer. Neither was DeAngelo Williams. We need a guy who can run between the tackles on first and second downs and we do not have it. McGahee is too old for that role, but he’s a good situational short yardage back. Moreno is no player for running between the tackles. We’re misusing him. He’s already banged up for Christ’s sake. He’s not “the guy” he’s Kevin Faulk. He catches great out of the backfield, he runs very well in open space, he’s not going to tow the load between the tackles. Not for any length of time.

Sorry. We’re only gonna run well against bad teams. I saw this coming since the very beginning of training camp. Apparently Fox didn’t based on the crap we heard coming out of Dove Valley.

Why should I trust him when he says we’ll play great defense this year? What was the plan in free agency? We whiffed on all the promising young defensive tackles, the top available tackles were signed at five million a year–they didn’t break the bank, did they?

We sign a bunch of injury prone castoffs for our defensive line. Great. Who is this defensive line going to stop?

What a joke. Why should we trust John Fox? Doesn’t seem like he had a good grasp of his talent spouting off about “winning now” does it? Running the ball, playing great defense, dinking, dunking and game managing the field with immobile Orton. Sorry pal, you don’t have the personnel to field that team. You don’t have the personnel in place to carry Kyle Orton to wins.

Colonel Klink Captain Schulz John Fox John Elway

Captain John Fox Schulz and Colonel Klink Elway

I ask again, why are we to trust this guy? What’s he done for us lately? His starters beat up a few bad teams in preseason? His favorite free agent quarterbacks looked great in practice?

Our problems started at the beginning of training camp with the botched Orton trade. Blame this Oaks kid? Blame Tebow for that? How about blaming your boy John Elway?

The way things are going right now, maybe Elway ought to think about selling furniture again.

In a recent radio interview, Woody Paige claimed John Fox is adamant about winning now while Elway believes in a three year plan.

The way we’re going, neither of these two ideas are going to work. Three year plan? Three years while our glorious starting quarterback is gone in free agency this year? Winning now? Winning now when we clearly don’t have the personnel to run John Fox’s grand scheme of power running, playing great defense, making no mistakes and measured pocket passing with the great Kyle Orton?

Kyle Orton who has a terrible win loss ratio as a Bronco, terrible red zone and third down play, no fire in the belly, no intangibles.

Playoffs with Orton? How about winning a big regular season game first? That’s how big of a joke the Kyle Orton show is in Denver.

Talk is cheap and it blew up in their faces last Monday Night. It’s only the beginning, it’s going to be fun to see this debacle play out. Oh yeah baby.

Now we’re trying out a bunch of defensive linemen and running backs… and we’re gonna take a look at Darren Sharper.

Why the hell are we doing this NOW?

Do they even know what the hell they’re doing?

Three year *(%*&%in plan, and our starting QB is leaving in free agency? Marginalize the rookie kid who played well in the last three 2010 season games? We’re supposed to be all in with this stupid plan right now? What an absolute joke.

Why the hell were the Broncos going to trade Orton? Can you explain that A. Williams?

Mr. Oaks has every right to call a duck a duck. To call a turd a (*^in turd. Throwing that amount of cash at a billboard may be going too far, but when it comes to criticism of this regime he’s not going far enough.

Now onto Mark Schlereth. Schlereth who’s only claim to fame in Denver these days is “owning a house there.”

It sounded like Schlereth laughed so hard about Jesse Oaks living in Kentucky that he pissed himself at the end of that lame duck interview. I heard he oft pisses himself behind the desk there at ESPN too. What a disgusting human being.

Schlereth claims Tebow mostly throws passes at the air in practice. Schlereth claims Tebow is too big to play quarterback and states that Tebow is no pocket passer. When Schlereth talks Tebow lately, it’s all gloom and doom.

Let’s hear what the genius Schlereth says about a similar running, gunning, athletic young quarterback; Carolina’s Cam Newton:

Listen, don’t try to take this guy who is an exceptional athlete and make him a pocket passer right away. Obviously, that has to be a part of the repertoire, but to me, you have to get him comfortable. Get him outside of the pocket. Give him a run-pass option. Create some easy throws for him to get in a rhythm… The coaching staff has to put him in a situation where he can have success and he can get more comfortable outside the pocket, because that’s really what he is.

mark schlereth punk

Stink, stank, stunk

Well duh buddy, spot on about Newton. Now why in the blue hell don’t you say that about Tebow? Some joke that is pal.

Let’s forget all about the three games Tebow started last season. 24 unanswered points in the Texans game to win it, he got us within a hail mary pass of beating the Chargers who regularly dominate us and the kid scores six rushing touchdowns in limited play. Knowshon Moreno played thirteen games last year. How many rushing touchdowns? How about five.

Kyle Orton failed to score over twenty one points in nine regular season games last year. In his three starts the kid scored 23, 24, 28… that is a recipe for winning in the NFL. You want to be a decent team? You better hope your offense can average twenty four points a game with consistency. Otherwise you better hope you have a top five defense.

Nope, the kid can’t play, he’s too big. He’s not a pocket passer and he’s not the practice professional Brady Quinn is. What did practice play do for Quinn two weeks ago when he imploded on national TV? What did it do for him in his years of play in Cleveland? You and that Jeff Legwold over at the Denver Compost can take your practice QB’s and shove them up your collective asses. Good luck fielding those unspectacular,  immobile storks with no upside behind our offensive line. It’s playing out baby, and I’m loving it.

He’ll tell you all about what’s wrong with Tim Tebow and on the other hand he’ll give sound advice to Cam Newton.

Hey Schlereth, take some of that green chili you peddle and blow it out your ass.

That’s after you finish pissing yourself, yet again.