If Kyle Orton does not succeed in Denver, it will not be for a lack of playmakers around him.
Orton is inheriting an offensive line that only allowed 11.5 sacks in 620 pass attempts in 2008, best in the NFL. In the New England style of offense, which is extremely pass heavy, Orton is going to need the help of the big men up front.
When one of these runners is not on the field, Kyle Orton will have a great array of weapons to throw the ball to.
Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall leads a group of wide receivers that could rival any pass catching core in the league.
New wide receivers coach Adam Gase has the privilege of coaching a group that, in addition to Marshall, features rookie sensation Eddie Royal, Brandon Stokley, Jabar Gaffney, rookie Kenny McKinley, and Chad Jackson.
Combining the knowledge of each of these coaches could be very beneficial for the Broncos. It seems that each player on the offense was hand picked to fit the specialty of each and every position coach.
Only time will tell, but maybe the loss of Jay Cutler was not such a bad thing for the Broncos.