Originally Posted by Big Guy
As for Hagan, I have only seen him 3-4 times, He has the measurables to fit the possession type, but he is not the guy to be the flashy hot speed receiver. He is a possession receiver that might be the perfect replacement for Rod.
I don't how you think Carlisle has been kicking ass. The broncs have run left, away from his side, almost twice as much as in the past. The constantly hide Carisle in the running game. The only times they have made yards to the right is when they have Hmailton pull and help out. Go back and check All of the long runs have been to the left. As for Lepsis, he is here as long as he wants to be, which is to the end of his career. He is playing at a pro bowl level and will get a nice bump, but not enough to take him someplace else. He fits our system well, but few others. For Jean Giles, he is bigger than normal, but he may be the quickest off the line and in limited space of all guards in the draft. Wait till you see his 10 yard and shuttle numbers from the combine. He may be more agile than Foster. Imagine the running game with a true right guard who could move and use his strength to clear the road. Plus the guy is also a schooled pass protector.
My opinion remains the same. The Broncs needs in order are: 1. OG, 2. Pass Receiver (WR or Sharpe type Te), 3. Depth on DL.
I see your argument and agree that it would be nice to have a big pile moving OG in the line up to go along side Foster.
As for your comments about all the long runs... I seem to remember a couple of long runs (1 from MA vs the Chefs in the opener, 1 from Tatum vs the Skins..2nd TD I believe, and 1 from Tatum vs the Eagles I believe was to the right side)