The Denver Broncos’ Problem? An Apparent Lack of Quarterback

Posted: 23rd November 2009 by Sayre Bedinger in NFL
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After starting 6-0, the Denver Broncos hit an apparent high.á For once, the bye week killed momentum, and teams finally have the Broncos figured out. Eliminate the short pass, and you can win by 20 or more every time. The Denver Broncos' four game slide can be traced back to a number of different things.á Lack of running game, lack of deep passing game, lack of pass protection, and below average special teams play. Still, the most prevalent and obvious area that the Broncos lack is a legitimate passing threat. Kyle Orton was an MVP candidate through the first six games of the seasons.á He had nine touchdowns compared to only one interception, and he was arguably the most efficient quarterback in the league through that time. He was getting the job done, and the Broncos did not hardly ha ...

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