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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 9:38 pm    Post subject: Re: Depth Chart Reply with quote

7DnBrnc53 wrote:
Number in parentheses
Rookies in Caps

OFFENSE

QB: Manning(1Cool, OSWEILER(16), Hanie(12)
RB: McGahee(23), HILLMAN(33), Johnson(37), Fannin(42)
H-B: Green(85), Tamme
WR1: Thomas(8Cool, Caldwell(17)
WR2: Decker(87), Caldwell(17), Hill(83)
WR3: Caldwell(17), Stokley(14)
TE: Tamme(89), Dreesen(81), Thomas(80)
LT: Clady(7Cool, Clark(65)
LG: Franklin(74), Beadles(6Cool
C: BLAKE(54), Walton(50)
RG: Kuper(73), Ramirez(64)
RT: Harris(72), Hills(76)

DEFENSE

LE: Ayers(91), Hunter(90), JACKSON(9Cool
RE: Dumervil(92), Beal(97)
DT1: Warren(94), Bannan(93)
DT2: WOLFE(95), Vickerson(99)
SAM: Miller(5Cool, TREVATHAN(5Cool
MIKE: Mays(51), Irving(56)
WILL: Williams(55)*, Woodyard(52), TREVATHAN
CB1: Bailey(24), Harris(25), JUDIE(21)
CB2: Porter(29), Bolden(34), Thompson(22)
NKL: Harris(25), Bolden(34)
FS: Adams(31), Moore(26)
SS: Carter(2Cool, Bruton(30)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Prater(5)
P: Colquitt(4)
KR: HILLMAN, Caldwell
PR: Thompson, Decker, Hillman


This one is my favorite because I like what you do with the OL. If they earn their spots this would be ideal.

You lose me on HB and QB. Hanie is going to be QB2. Bank on it. Moreno makes the team also.
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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 10:40 pm    Post subject: Re: Depth Chart Reply with quote

Mile High wrote:
7DnBrnc53 wrote:
Number in parentheses
Rookies in Caps

OFFENSE

QB: Manning(1Cool, OSWEILER(16), Hanie(12)
RB: McGahee(23), HILLMAN(33), Johnson(37), Fannin(42)
H-B: Green(85), Tamme
WR1: Thomas(8Cool, Caldwell(17)
WR2: Decker(87), Caldwell(17), Hill(83)
WR3: Caldwell(17), Stokley(14)
TE: Tamme(89), Dreesen(81), Thomas(80)
LT: Clady(7Cool, Clark(65)
LG: Franklin(74), Beadles(6Cool
C: BLAKE(54), Walton(50)
RG: Kuper(73), Ramirez(64)
RT: Harris(72), Hills(76)

DEFENSE

LE: Ayers(91), Hunter(90), JACKSON(9Cool
RE: Dumervil(92), Beal(97)
DT1: Warren(94), Bannan(93)
DT2: WOLFE(95), Vickerson(99)
SAM: Miller(5Cool, TREVATHAN(5Cool
MIKE: Mays(51), Irving(56)
WILL: Williams(55)*, Woodyard(52), TREVATHAN
CB1: Bailey(24), Harris(25), JUDIE(21)
CB2: Porter(29), Bolden(34), Thompson(22)
NKL: Harris(25), Bolden(34)
FS: Adams(31), Moore(26)
SS: Carter(2Cool, Bruton(30)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Prater(5)
P: Colquitt(4)
KR: HILLMAN, Caldwell
PR: Thompson, Decker, Hillman


This one is my favorite because I like what you do with the OL. If they earn their spots this would be ideal.

You lose me on HB and QB. Hanie is going to be QB2. Bank on it. Moreno makes the team also.


I wouldn't be surprised at that. The depth is wrong though. Can't imagine carrying more than 8 O lineman. I think beadles will be gone, and either Blake or Walton primary backup at OG/C with the other starting.
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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 10:56 pm    Post subject: Re: Depth Chart Reply with quote

AKRNA wrote:
Mile High wrote:
7DnBrnc53 wrote:
Number in parentheses
Rookies in Caps

OFFENSE

QB: Manning(1Cool, OSWEILER(16), Hanie(12)
RB: McGahee(23), HILLMAN(33), Johnson(37), Fannin(42)
H-B: Green(85), Tamme
WR1: Thomas(8Cool, Caldwell(17)
WR2: Decker(87), Caldwell(17), Hill(83)
WR3: Caldwell(17), Stokley(14)
TE: Tamme(89), Dreesen(81), Thomas(80)
LT: Clady(7Cool, Clark(65)
LG: Franklin(74), Beadles(6Cool
C: BLAKE(54), Walton(50)
RG: Kuper(73), Ramirez(64)
RT: Harris(72), Hills(76)

DEFENSE

LE: Ayers(91), Hunter(90), JACKSON(9Cool
RE: Dumervil(92), Beal(97)
DT1: Warren(94), Bannan(93)
DT2: WOLFE(95), Vickerson(99)
SAM: Miller(5Cool, TREVATHAN(5Cool
MIKE: Mays(51), Irving(56)
WILL: Williams(55)*, Woodyard(52), TREVATHAN
CB1: Bailey(24), Harris(25), JUDIE(21)
CB2: Porter(29), Bolden(34), Thompson(22)
NKL: Harris(25), Bolden(34)
FS: Adams(31), Moore(26)
SS: Carter(2Cool, Bruton(30)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Prater(5)
P: Colquitt(4)
KR: HILLMAN, Caldwell
PR: Thompson, Decker, Hillman


This one is my favorite because I like what you do with the OL. If they earn their spots this would be ideal.

You lose me on HB and QB. Hanie is going to be QB2. Bank on it. Moreno makes the team also.


I wouldn't be surprised at that. The depth is wrong though. Can't imagine carrying more than 8 O lineman. I think beadles will be gone, and either Blake or Walton primary backup at OG/C with the other starting.

I think that'd kill two birds with one stone. It'd improve the pass blocking at the RT position with Harris there (even though I don't know if I'd trust him staying healthy) and it'd significantly upgrade the LG spot with a mauler (Franklin). I would definitely keep Beadles though. He's a good utility player with starting experience and he is very versatile. I think he'd be best suited to be a backup utility-type player. I'd like to see Blake and Walton battle it out for OC. IMO Ramirez and Hills would be the odd men out.

However I really doubt EXF move Franklin to OG and plug in Harris to start. I think the starting line-up will stay the same from last year, with maybe the exception of Blake beating out either Beadles/Walton.
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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 11:01 pm    Post subject: Re: Depth Chart Reply with quote

AKRNA wrote:
Mile High wrote:
7DnBrnc53 wrote:
Number in parentheses
Rookies in Caps

OFFENSE

QB: Manning(1Cool, OSWEILER(16), Hanie(12)
RB: McGahee(23), HILLMAN(33), Johnson(37), Fannin(42)
H-B: Green(85), Tamme
WR1: Thomas(8Cool, Caldwell(17)
WR2: Decker(87), Caldwell(17), Hill(83)
WR3: Caldwell(17), Stokley(14)
TE: Tamme(89), Dreesen(81), Thomas(80)
LT: Clady(7Cool, Clark(65)
LG: Franklin(74), Beadles(6Cool
C: BLAKE(54), Walton(50)
RG: Kuper(73), Ramirez(64)
RT: Harris(72), Hills(76)

DEFENSE

LE: Ayers(91), Hunter(90), JACKSON(9Cool
RE: Dumervil(92), Beal(97)
DT1: Warren(94), Bannan(93)
DT2: WOLFE(95), Vickerson(99)
SAM: Miller(5Cool, TREVATHAN(5Cool
MIKE: Mays(51), Irving(56)
WILL: Williams(55)*, Woodyard(52), TREVATHAN
CB1: Bailey(24), Harris(25), JUDIE(21)
CB2: Porter(29), Bolden(34), Thompson(22)
NKL: Harris(25), Bolden(34)
FS: Adams(31), Moore(26)
SS: Carter(2Cool, Bruton(30)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Prater(5)
P: Colquitt(4)
KR: HILLMAN, Caldwell
PR: Thompson, Decker, Hillman


This one is my favorite because I like what you do with the OL. If they earn their spots this would be ideal.

You lose me on HB and QB. Hanie is going to be QB2. Bank on it. Moreno makes the team also.


I wouldn't be surprised at that. The depth is wrong though. Can't imagine carrying more than 8 O lineman. I think beadles will be gone, and either Blake or Walton primary backup at OG/C with the other starting.


I don't know why everyone thinks Denver is going to make huge changes to the OL. IMO, Blake will come in and compete with Walton/Beadles or step in for Kuper if he isn't quite ready to start the season.

Continuity and familiarity is important, especially with Manning coming in at QB. I don't envision Denver scraping that and moving Franklin to OG, starting Blake, and bringing the always injured Ryan Harris who i believe failed a couple physicals last year before sticking with Denver.

Way too many changes and hopes that it would workout pinned into that scenario.

Also, even if it were to happen why would you want to get rid of Beadles? He is a versatile swing player and that makes good depth along the OL. Not to mention he has starting experience that Ramirez, Hills, and Clark don't have. Ramirez, Hills, or Clark would be shown the door before Beadles would.
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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 11:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

AKRNA wrote:

I wouldn't be surprised at that. The depth is wrong though. Can't imagine carrying more than 8 O lineman. I think beadles will be gone, and either Blake or Walton primary backup at OG/C with the other starting.

Confused They carried 9 last yr. 9 from what I've seen is the norm.

Offense 25
QB:3
Manning
Hanie
Osweiler

RB:4
McGahee
Moreno
Hillman
Ball

TE: 4
Dreessen
Tamme
Thomas
Ingram

WR: 5
Thomas
Decker
Caldwell
Robinson
Willis

OL: 9
Clady(LT)
Beadles(LG)
Walton(C)
Kuper(RG)
Franklin(RT)
Blake(IOL)
Harris(T)
Davis(OG
Ramirez(OL)

Defense 25
DL: 9
Ayers (LE)
Warren(UT)
Bannan(DT)
Dumervil(RE)
Hunter
Jackson
Wolfe
Vickerson
Unrein

LB: 7
Miller(SLB)
Mays (MLB)
Williams(WLB)
Irving
Woodyard
Mohamed
Trevathan

DB:9
Adams(FS)
Carter(SS)
Moore
Bruton

Bailey(CB)
Porter(CB)
Harris
Bolden
Thompson

Special Teams 3
LS Paxton
P: Colquitt
K: Prater
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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2012 11:22 pm    Post subject: Re: Depth Chart Reply with quote

germ-x wrote:
AKRNA wrote:
Mile High wrote:
7DnBrnc53 wrote:
Number in parentheses
Rookies in Caps

OFFENSE

QB: Manning(1Cool, OSWEILER(16), Hanie(12)
RB: McGahee(23), HILLMAN(33), Johnson(37), Fannin(42)
H-B: Green(85), Tamme
WR1: Thomas(8Cool, Caldwell(17)
WR2: Decker(87), Caldwell(17), Hill(83)
WR3: Caldwell(17), Stokley(14)
TE: Tamme(89), Dreesen(81), Thomas(80)
LT: Clady(7Cool, Clark(65)
LG: Franklin(74), Beadles(6Cool
C: BLAKE(54), Walton(50)
RG: Kuper(73), Ramirez(64)
RT: Harris(72), Hills(76)

DEFENSE

LE: Ayers(91), Hunter(90), JACKSON(9Cool
RE: Dumervil(92), Beal(97)
DT1: Warren(94), Bannan(93)
DT2: WOLFE(95), Vickerson(99)
SAM: Miller(5Cool, TREVATHAN(5Cool
MIKE: Mays(51), Irving(56)
WILL: Williams(55)*, Woodyard(52), TREVATHAN
CB1: Bailey(24), Harris(25), JUDIE(21)
CB2: Porter(29), Bolden(34), Thompson(22)
NKL: Harris(25), Bolden(34)
FS: Adams(31), Moore(26)
SS: Carter(2Cool, Bruton(30)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Prater(5)
P: Colquitt(4)
KR: HILLMAN, Caldwell
PR: Thompson, Decker, Hillman


This one is my favorite because I like what you do with the OL. If they earn their spots this would be ideal.

You lose me on HB and QB. Hanie is going to be QB2. Bank on it. Moreno makes the team also.


I wouldn't be surprised at that. The depth is wrong though. Can't imagine carrying more than 8 O lineman. I think beadles will be gone, and either Blake or Walton primary backup at OG/C with the other starting.


I don't know why everyone thinks Denver is going to make huge changes to the OL. IMO, Blake will come in and compete with Walton/Beadles or step in for Kuper if he isn't quite ready to start the season.

Continuity and familiarity is important, especially with Manning coming in at QB. I don't envision Denver scraping that and moving Franklin to OG, starting Blake, and bringing the always injured Ryan Harris who i believe failed a couple physicals last year before sticking with Denver.

Way too many changes and hopes that it would workout pinned into that scenario.

Also, even if it were to happen why would you want to get rid of Beadles? He is a versatile swing player and that makes good depth along the OL. Not to mention he has starting experience that Ramirez, Hills, and Clark don't have. Ramirez, Hills, or Clark would be shown the door before Beadles would.


If you can only keep 8, who are they? Also, you're way overstating the value of continuity and familiarity. Granted it's a help, but no where near as important as talent.
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 3:04 am    Post subject: Re: Depth Chart Reply with quote

AKRNA wrote:
Mile High wrote:
7DnBrnc53 wrote:
Number in parentheses
Rookies in Caps

OFFENSE

QB: Manning(1Cool, OSWEILER(16), Hanie(12)
RB: McGahee(23), HILLMAN(33), Johnson(37), Fannin(42)
H-B: Green(85), Tamme
WR1: Thomas(8Cool, Caldwell(17)
WR2: Decker(87), Caldwell(17), Hill(83)
WR3: Caldwell(17), Stokley(14)
TE: Tamme(89), Dreesen(81), Thomas(80)
LT: Clady(7Cool, Clark(65)
LG: Franklin(74), Beadles(6Cool
C: BLAKE(54), Walton(50)
RG: Kuper(73), Ramirez(64)
RT: Harris(72), Hills(76)

DEFENSE

LE: Ayers(91), Hunter(90), JACKSON(9Cool
RE: Dumervil(92), Beal(97)
DT1: Warren(94), Bannan(93)
DT2: WOLFE(95), Vickerson(99)
SAM: Miller(5Cool, TREVATHAN(5Cool
MIKE: Mays(51), Irving(56)
WILL: Williams(55)*, Woodyard(52), TREVATHAN
CB1: Bailey(24), Harris(25), JUDIE(21)
CB2: Porter(29), Bolden(34), Thompson(22)
NKL: Harris(25), Bolden(34)
FS: Adams(31), Moore(26)
SS: Carter(2Cool, Bruton(30)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Prater(5)
P: Colquitt(4)
KR: HILLMAN, Caldwell
PR: Thompson, Decker, Hillman


This one is my favorite because I like what you do with the OL. If they earn their spots this would be ideal.

You lose me on HB and QB. Hanie is going to be QB2. Bank on it. Moreno makes the team also.


I wouldn't be surprised at that. The depth is wrong though. Can't imagine carrying more than 8 O lineman. I think beadles will be gone, and either Blake or Walton primary backup at OG/C with the other starting.



Whilst he may lose his starting spot, no chance Beadles doesn't make the roster.
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 8:23 am    Post subject: Re: Depth Chart Reply with quote

AKRNA wrote:
germ-x wrote:
AKRNA wrote:
Mile High wrote:
7DnBrnc53 wrote:
Number in parentheses
Rookies in Caps

OFFENSE

QB: Manning(1Cool, OSWEILER(16), Hanie(12)
RB: McGahee(23), HILLMAN(33), Johnson(37), Fannin(42)
H-B: Green(85), Tamme
WR1: Thomas(8Cool, Caldwell(17)
WR2: Decker(87), Caldwell(17), Hill(83)
WR3: Caldwell(17), Stokley(14)
TE: Tamme(89), Dreesen(81), Thomas(80)
LT: Clady(7Cool, Clark(65)
LG: Franklin(74), Beadles(6Cool
C: BLAKE(54), Walton(50)
RG: Kuper(73), Ramirez(64)
RT: Harris(72), Hills(76)

DEFENSE

LE: Ayers(91), Hunter(90), JACKSON(9Cool
RE: Dumervil(92), Beal(97)
DT1: Warren(94), Bannan(93)
DT2: WOLFE(95), Vickerson(99)
SAM: Miller(5Cool, TREVATHAN(5Cool
MIKE: Mays(51), Irving(56)
WILL: Williams(55)*, Woodyard(52), TREVATHAN
CB1: Bailey(24), Harris(25), JUDIE(21)
CB2: Porter(29), Bolden(34), Thompson(22)
NKL: Harris(25), Bolden(34)
FS: Adams(31), Moore(26)
SS: Carter(2Cool, Bruton(30)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Prater(5)
P: Colquitt(4)
KR: HILLMAN, Caldwell
PR: Thompson, Decker, Hillman


This one is my favorite because I like what you do with the OL. If they earn their spots this would be ideal.

You lose me on HB and QB. Hanie is going to be QB2. Bank on it. Moreno makes the team also.


I wouldn't be surprised at that. The depth is wrong though. Can't imagine carrying more than 8 O lineman. I think beadles will be gone, and either Blake or Walton primary backup at OG/C with the other starting.


I don't know why everyone thinks Denver is going to make huge changes to the OL. IMO, Blake will come in and compete with Walton/Beadles or step in for Kuper if he isn't quite ready to start the season.

Continuity and familiarity is important, especially with Manning coming in at QB. I don't envision Denver scraping that and moving Franklin to OG, starting Blake, and bringing the always injured Ryan Harris who i believe failed a couple physicals last year before sticking with Denver.

Way too many changes and hopes that it would workout pinned into that scenario.

Also, even if it were to happen why would you want to get rid of Beadles? He is a versatile swing player and that makes good depth along the OL. Not to mention he has starting experience that Ramirez, Hills, and Clark don't have. Ramirez, Hills, or Clark would be shown the door before Beadles would.


If you can only keep 8, who are they? Also, you're way overstating the value of continuity and familiarity. Granted it's a help, but no where near as important as talent.


I don't disagree with talent being more important, but I don't think that offensive line would be all that more talented than the starting group from a year ago, which makes making the changes too risky IMO.

As far as the 8 goes, I have no idea. The 5 starters from a year ago for sure + Blake, then the rest battling it out for the 7th and 8th spots. Hills, Clark, and Ramirez are probably fringe roster guys and who knows what Ryan Harris is like now a days.
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 11:06 am    Post subject: Re: Depth Chart Reply with quote

germ-x wrote:
AKRNA wrote:
germ-x wrote:
AKRNA wrote:
Mile High wrote:
7DnBrnc53 wrote:
Number in parentheses
Rookies in Caps

OFFENSE

QB: Manning(1Cool, OSWEILER(16), Hanie(12)
RB: McGahee(23), HILLMAN(33), Johnson(37), Fannin(42)
H-B: Green(85), Tamme
WR1: Thomas(8Cool, Caldwell(17)
WR2: Decker(87), Caldwell(17), Hill(83)
WR3: Caldwell(17), Stokley(14)
TE: Tamme(89), Dreesen(81), Thomas(80)
LT: Clady(7Cool, Clark(65)
LG: Franklin(74), Beadles(6Cool
C: BLAKE(54), Walton(50)
RG: Kuper(73), Ramirez(64)
RT: Harris(72), Hills(76)

DEFENSE

LE: Ayers(91), Hunter(90), JACKSON(9Cool
RE: Dumervil(92), Beal(97)
DT1: Warren(94), Bannan(93)
DT2: WOLFE(95), Vickerson(99)
SAM: Miller(5Cool, TREVATHAN(5Cool
MIKE: Mays(51), Irving(56)
WILL: Williams(55)*, Woodyard(52), TREVATHAN
CB1: Bailey(24), Harris(25), JUDIE(21)
CB2: Porter(29), Bolden(34), Thompson(22)
NKL: Harris(25), Bolden(34)
FS: Adams(31), Moore(26)
SS: Carter(2Cool, Bruton(30)

SPECIAL TEAMS
K: Prater(5)
P: Colquitt(4)
KR: HILLMAN, Caldwell
PR: Thompson, Decker, Hillman


This one is my favorite because I like what you do with the OL. If they earn their spots this would be ideal.

You lose me on HB and QB. Hanie is going to be QB2. Bank on it. Moreno makes the team also.


I wouldn't be surprised at that. The depth is wrong though. Can't imagine carrying more than 8 O lineman. I think beadles will be gone, and either Blake or Walton primary backup at OG/C with the other starting.


I don't know why everyone thinks Denver is going to make huge changes to the OL. IMO, Blake will come in and compete with Walton/Beadles or step in for Kuper if he isn't quite ready to start the season.

Continuity and familiarity is important, especially with Manning coming in at QB. I don't envision Denver scraping that and moving Franklin to OG, starting Blake, and bringing the always injured Ryan Harris who i believe failed a couple physicals last year before sticking with Denver.

Way too many changes and hopes that it would workout pinned into that scenario.

Also, even if it were to happen why would you want to get rid of Beadles? He is a versatile swing player and that makes good depth along the OL. Not to mention he has starting experience that Ramirez, Hills, and Clark don't have. Ramirez, Hills, or Clark would be shown the door before Beadles would.


If you can only keep 8, who are they? Also, you're way overstating the value of continuity and familiarity. Granted it's a help, but no where near as important as talent.


I don't disagree with talent being more important, but I don't think that offensive line would be all that more talented than the starting group from a year ago, which makes making the changes too risky IMO.

As far as the 8 goes, I have no idea. The 5 starters from a year ago for sure + Blake, then the rest battling it out for the 7th and 8th spots. Hills, Clark, and Ramirez are probably fringe roster guys and who knows what Ryan Harris is like now a days.


Donut said we'll keep 9 and he's probably right.

As far as a drastic change, Harris would have to be healthy (huge if). If he is though he'd really provide a pass-pro upgrade at RT, and Franklin would provide the same at LG.

Anyway, thats a conversation we've had before and only time will tell.

I do think Blake will take over a starting position, either at C or LG, with LG more likely.
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 11:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm go to go against the grain around here and predict this:

1. Mays starts the first game at MLB. (I can't imagine we gave Mays that contract to be a back up.)

2. Franklin starts the first game at RT, and stays there the whole year. (IF there are any changes to the o-line, it will be Blake taking over Walton's spot.)

3. Moreno not only makes the team, but the 3rd down back job is his to lose. (I liked what he was beginning to do last year in this spot and he should do nothing but get better with Manning running the team. I wouldn't be surprised to see Moreno lead our backs in receptions.)

I can't believe how far off base some of my predictions are. Irving seems to be the starting MLB, everyone has Franklin totally changing positions and half the forum wants Moreno cut. I guess we'll see.
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 12:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PGeorge2 wrote:
3. Moreno not only makes the team, but the 3rd down back job is his to lose. (I liked what he was beginning to do last year in this spot and he should do nothing but get better with Manning running the team. I wouldn't be surprised to see Moreno lead our backs in receptions.)


I'll 1 up you here. As long as he is healthy Knowshon will get the bulk of the carries.
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3. Moreno not only makes the team, but the 3rd down back job is his to lose. (I liked what he was beginning to do last year in this spot and he should do nothing but get better with Manning running the team. I wouldn't be surprised to see Moreno lead our backs in receptions.)


I'll 1 up you here. As long as he is healthy Knowshon will get the bulk of the carries.

HEYYYY-OH!

Im on board too. IF HEALTHY, Knowshon and McGahee split time, with Hillman coming in sporadically.
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Ronnie Hillman wasn't drafted where he was to a be a sporadic player. He's going to see a lot of time. I guarantee he gets used much like Sproles gets used for the Saints. You're gonna see a ton of him catching balls in the backfield.
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 5:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Ronnie Hillman wasn't drafted where he was to a be a sporadic player. He's going to see a lot of time. I guarantee he gets used much like Sproles gets used for the Saints. You're gonna see a ton of him catching balls in the backfield.


Sproles is also used split out as a wideout very often. I don't know if Hillman is the guy, but I like how the Dolphins made use of Reggie Bush's limited talents last season by lining him up in the slot and having designed outside runs where he goes into the backfield. I have always wanted a guy who could do all of these things while still being a competent runner.
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2012 10:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

broncos67 wrote:
Ronnie Hillman wasn't drafted where he was to a be a sporadic player. He's going to see a lot of time. I guarantee he gets used much like Sproles gets used for the Saints. You're gonna see a ton of him catching balls in the backfield.


For the record Sproles had 87 of the 398 total carries for all the Saints running backs. Or the equivalent of 20% of the carries. I would say that counts as very sporadic.

Where you are correct is that Sproles did have a ton of receptions, but Sproles also lined up in the slot and as a WR. I'm not to sure if Hillman has that ability.
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