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Tebow’s NFL Debut was Decent

Sunday, August 15th, 2010
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Tell you what, if that Brady Quinn keeps playing like he’s playing, and that Tebow keeps playing like he’s playing, Timmy Teebs will be–or should be–the second string quarterback.

Tebow threw the ball pretty well, he was cool in the pocket and he should have had a throw for a touchdown. Keep in mind he’s playing with and against scrubs in the fourth quarter, nonetheless he looked decent. You see them blitzing him like crazy, eh? They do that to rookies, and since our running game is sub-par right now, they knew we were throwing on pretty much every down. One problem I see with him and Quinn is they try to do too much every single play. They can learn from Orton on this one, Orton throws the ball away or into the ground smartly when things ain’t looking good out there. This Quinn’s forcing the ball to nothing, forcing the ball and almost getting picked when it was more prudent to throw it away and settle for three before the half. This Tebow’s looking to make a play every time he touches the ball, he’s got to settle down with that and not force the ball like that pick throwing Dort up in Chicago. Forcing the ball left and right like he’s God’s gift to the gridiron, that pick throwing Huckdort.

For this game, Tebow didn’t look too bad out there and Brady Quinn looked like a rookie for the most part. Kyle Orton looked like a professional.

Our first string offense and defense outplayed the Bengals tonight, not bad considering Cincinnati already had a preseason game under their belts coming in. The first string offensive line didn’t play too bad, but then again there’s not much to fear with Cincinnati’s d-line. Our running game is very mediocre right now and it’s partly our fault for bringing in a guy who has a track record of missing every other season.

With all this talk of Perrish Cox, I  didn’t come away impressed–maybe he just had a bad game. I notice they’re throwing to that Matthew Willis a whole lot, if this continues it may be bye bye Stokley. Our first string receiving corps looked good, even without the promising rookies in there.

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First string defense looked good, second and third string–not so much. Nobody on the second string defense really stood out–just a bunch of guys getting beat down the field left and right. At least our starters are competent, and that’s what matters most thankfully.

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Want a 4-12 Season? Trade Orton

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

At best, McDaniels deludes himself if he thinks Orton has the stuff to hold off challenges from Brady Quinn and Tebow. – The Great Mark Kiszla

Did you know that Chris Simms has a better NFL record than Brady Quinn? Hell, he’s even been in a playoff game.

Numbnuts and Kiszla are turning the Denver Post Broncos page into the laughing stock of the league.

“If Orton’s under center…”

Sounds like they’re already conceding Orton will be under center for the first game. It’s all politics and they’re trying to destroy Orton over there, trying to get the fans to hate him. I bet Orton did the right thing, he probably gave Paige the pizza delivery boy’s number when he asked to text him. If you follow the venom trail, that Numbnuts has been ripping Orton since before last preseason, claiming he don’t know what’s going on and throwing floaters out into the stands left and right.

Unbelievable, you’ve got 6,000 strong bona fide sea cucumbers over there being led to their demise by the pied piper, the moronic cucumber general Numby. Six thousand moronic, degenerative sea cucumbers being led right to slaughter at a sushi joint. Two thousand are probably Gator fans who don’t know the team and who blindly think this Numbnuts over there is a reputable source of information. They pasted that “should Orton be traded poll” right smack dab in the middle of a story about Tebow’s mother–as if being placed on the right hand column wasn’t enough.

In order to be the man, you’ve gotta beat the man. Nah, none of this BS trade Orton –the one battle tested QB we have– trade him before any competition really starts because the others “look good,” or “maybe they’ll get the job done.”

Fast forward to September, you people out there gonna be jumping up and down if we start Brady Quinn at Jacksonville? 3-9 record as a starter, 52.1 completion rating? We don’t even know if this guy has anything.

“He looks the part.”

Obviously, “McDaniels deludes himself if he thinks Orton has the stuff to hold off challenges from Brady Quinn.”

How about Tebow? “He’s supremely confident,” they say. Oh yeah? What would that matter if he’s out there confidently getting picked off? The burden of proof lies on these thoroughly unproven QB’s–whteher they are even worthy to play–and Numby would have us simply hand over the starting job to one of them no questions asked.

Trade Orton? Maybe Numby would be happy since we really could make 4 and 12 a reality this year.

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Kiszla the Hype Machine

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

From reading this Kiszla today you’d think we just sent a second and third rounder to the Cleveland Browns for an epic, blockbuster trade.

#1 When the Broncos make their next Super Bowl appearance, the starting quarterback will be Brady Quinn.

Way to hype our newest addition at quarterback, who we got for Peyton Hillis and a sixth rounder or two. FYI sixth round picks just about grow on trees.

#2 Although San Diego gunslinger Philip Rivers remains the fastest draw in the wild AFC West, Denver finally has acquired a quarterback who can give a team built on strong defense a chance to do real damage in the playoffs.

Oh yeah there Kiszla? I want to know what you’re smoking. I want to know because I just lost the trifecta at Dover Downs by an ass hair and I need something strong to take the damn edge off.

#3 Rather than being known as the impetuous coach who threw Cutler to the curb, McDaniels now can become the miracle worker who rescued Quinn from the dumpster.

People with more than half a brain realize Josh McDaniels did us a favor in getting rid of that gooned out pick-throwing Huckdort. That pick-throwing Huckdort who’s probably hanging out down in Nashville playing a wooden pinball machine. Can you believe that, eh? A wooden damn pinball machine down in that Nashville. Only reason I saw it is because I had to stop and get gas there in that glorified scene from Deliverance they call a city. “Good luck in free agency,” eh there Jeff Fisher? You loser.

#4 It is true that Quinn has not done anything worth talking about in the NFL.

Kiszla could have summed up his entire article with quote #4.

Quinn could get cut before the season even begins. I don’t think he will, but he could. Cleveland does suck, they had a revolving door of coaches and a merry go round at starting quarterback–in other words they’re a joke. In Quinn’s unpleasant stint with Cleveland I see something Josh McDaniels must see:

2009: 8 Touchdowns 7 Interceptions

What is the killer for young quarterbacks? What is one of the number one game killing plays in the NFL? Interceptions.

Just ask the Master: Jay Huckdort Cutler

That’s not bad, at least this Quinn protects the ball–on a lousy team to boot. They dumped on Quinn’s accuracy, but hell he can’t be that bad if he ain’t getting picked too much. He don’t seem Huckdort bad, that’s for sure.

Plus he’s mobile and he is familiar with a similar system.

Jury’s out on Quinn, he could even be cut, we won’t really know until after this preseason–just like Brandstater. We’ll see if Quinn is the same Cleveland QB and we’ll see if there’s any consistency to Brandstater.

Apparently this demented Kiszla thinks Quinn is already leading us to the Superbowl.

Let the quarterback competition and controversy begin.

Either that or he’s in the business of trying to sell newspapers.

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Fox Sports Jay Glazer reports the Broncos traded FB Peyton Hillis and two conditional draft picks for QB Brady Quinn.

Oh well, we’ll see about Quinn, he’ll have every chance to do something in Denver, if he can do something. He’s got potential and he learned a similar system under that Charlie Weis. We could still draft a QB this year, but now I don’t think it will be anywhere in the first three rounds.

I’m hoping one of the the conditional picks we gave up is a late round pick next year.



Broncos traded FB Peyton Hillis, a 2011 6th-round draft selection and a late-round 2012 pick to Cleveland for quarterback Brady Quinn.

Not a bad deal. If they think he can perform he stays on, and if he don’t he could even get cut and we’re no worse for wear. Weren’t even using Hillis, and probably couldn’t get more than a 6th rounder for him anyways.

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