In Sunday's loss to the Colts, Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton completed 21 of 28 passes to wide receiver Brandon Marshall for 200 yards, two touchdowns, and a pick. To the rest of the receivers and running backs, he completed six of 13 passes. Marshall's reception rampage is encouraging for Broncos fans. Somehow, their big play receiver is getting open at least 20 times a game, nearly 30 times on Sunday. But where does that leave Denver's other playmakers at receiver and tight end? Is no one else getting open? Despite the fact that most Denver fans loathe former quarterback Jay Cutler, I have to give the guy credit where it is due. Not only is Cutler a key part of Denver receiving a likely top 10 pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, but he also proved that Mike Shanah ...
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