Originally Posted by Gutless Drunk
Broncos 2013 Training Camp Day Five
By Cecil Lammey
No. 27 Knowshon Moreno: Moreno had a standout day as a runner, receiver out of the backfield, and as a pass protector. He saved the day for QB Brock Osweiler with a key block on a pass to TE Virgil Green that went for about 15-yards. Moreno tried to bounce a run outside to the right but was swallowed up. He then tried to make an off tackle run to the left but DT Mitch Unrein was able to trip him up with a shoestring tackle. Moreno doesn’t make big runs but is showing good fight every day. He did fumble on a run to the left but ended up falling on the ball and recovering it himself
No. 83 Wes Welker: The professional ankle breaker continues to put in work. Every route looks the same and he does not tip off the defense as to which way he’s going to make his break. Thus, Welker is open on every play.
No. 87 Eric Decker: Decker’s strong hands are on display every day. Monday’s practice saw him secure more catches, and even contested catches with the DB all over him. Defending this Broncos’ passing game is going to be nigh impossible. Decker should be able to abuse single coverage all day long.
No. 17 Brock Osweiler: Several media members have commented to me how they love what Osweiler is showing in camp. His zip is outstanding and his mechanics have been cleaned up. Osweiler is still forcing some passes but he shows ultimate confidence in his arm. He is also showing good pass placement. Osweiler doesn’t just have “area code” accuracy. He’s putting the ball on the correct shoulder and leading his receivers properly to maximize run after the catch yards.
No. 94 Terrance Knighton: He was dominating once again in the pit. He was able to push around Center Manny Ramirez with ease.
No. 92 Sylvester Williams: During the pit Williams was a standout player. He quickly got around Left Guard Zane Beadles, showing good first step explosion. Later in the pit Williams put Center Philip Blake on roller skates and moved him with ease.
No. 66 Manny Ramirez: Worked with the first-team and head coach John Fox cleared up who is the starter after practice. “Manny played a lot of football for us a year ago with the loss of [G] Chris Kuper as well as J.D. Walton, who are two people that are still on our football team that we are still nursing back to health. So, we feel decent where we are. We always hate losing people for the season, but we will march on.” Ramirez allowed too much pressure in the pit and lost out on power and speed moves to different Broncos defenders.
to the surprise of Knowone...
i really think Sly will end up starting for us this season and doing very well. i just don't see a player who will realistically keep him off the field.