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Old 04-04-2012, 03:35 AM   #1
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Default The "What if" game; AFC West style

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Not much, but shows the big question marks of each team.
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Old 04-04-2012, 05:23 AM   #2
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If Peyton Manning is fully recovered from a neck injury that kept him out of the entire 2011 season: Manning’s health is the key to Denver’s entire season. The team and Manning think he will be fine. If he is, the Broncos will be in great shape.

If Demaryius Thomas develops into a true No. 1 receiver: The third-year player has potential and showed great flashes last season. Playing with Manning should spark his career.

If Denver gets a running mate for Willis McGahee: McGahee had a great season in 2011, but he was dinged up a lot and he needs some help. If Denver can draft a player such as Miami’s Lamar Miller, Boise State’s Doug Martin or Virginia Tech’s David Wilson in the second round, they should be in great shape.

If Denver improves at defensive tackle: The Broncos need some help at the position and it is their most pressing need. Watch for Denver to take a defensive tackle at No. 25 in the first round and that player needs to contribute right away.

If the change at defensive coordinator is smooth: With Dennis Allen now the head coach in Oakland, former Jacksonville head coach Jack Del Rio is Denver’s seventh defensive coordinator in the past seven seasons. This change could be seamless, though, because Del Rio has previously been a coordinator on John Fox’s staff, and Fox plays a major role as a defensive coach.






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RB's like Martin, Miller, and Wilson all figure to be gone way before the Broncos 2nd rounder though. Turbin, James, and Polk should be there though not sure if worth a 2nd rounder. WR depth is a need too IMO since both Thomas and Decker have had their share of injuries already.
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RB's like Martin, Miller, and Wilson all figure to be gone way before the Broncos 2nd rounder though. Turbin, James, and Polk should be there though not sure if worth a 2nd rounder. WR depth is a need too IMO since both Thomas and Decker have had their share of injuries already.
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