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Old 06-14-2012, 07:47 AM   #1
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Default Broncos Minicamp - Day Two and Three

2nd session of 11-on-11's from Wednesday's practice (Dmac on 104.3 the Fan) transcript:
Manning No-Huddle:
1st play - slight overthrow to Jacob Tamme
2nd play - Manning to Tamme, great connection, crossing pattern
3rd play - to Decker, a tight small window completion down the right sideline over Champ, go route
4th play - a deep throw, bullet to Demaryius Thomas down the left sideline, go route
5th play - bullet to Jason Hill, right in his hands, dropped
Final play - play action pass completion to Matthew Willis across the middle, crossing pattern



Dmac (on 104.3 the Fan) -
1. "You will know Jacob Tamme. You will know Joel Dreessen."
2. "Brandon Stokley is always open, and always catches the ball."
3. "The Offense had precision, with the ball in small windows, defense did not play bad, good coverage, great plays, great passes."
4. Rahim Moore back with the 1st team. They are giving him a real legit shot.
5. Dennis Allen beat down Rahim Moore mentally last year... cursed a ton at him "Get over there you dumb bleep bleep bleep".
6. Richard Smith (LB coach) was also tough on Von Miller last year.
7. "Freaky athletic demonstration by Von Miller today" according to Dmac. Ran with Mcgahee down the field step-for-step for 40 yards...barely dropping the interception.
8. Watching Peyton Manning coach the coaches... "Manning corrected Adam Gase, often tellling him what to do in a red-zone drill. Very unique for an NFL QB to do that. Not even John Elway would correct the coaches."
9. Drayton Florence was working in as the Nickle CB.
10. They say that "Manning is RUNNING THE OFFENSE".
11. Most impressive practice from a QB that Dmac has ever seen (in 12 years of going to Broncos practice). "There were a couple drops. There were some passes that were jaw-dropping awesome moments."



Jacob Tamme (on 104.3 the Fan, with Drew and Scott) - Offense is "getting close"...

John Fox - "Tom Moore is a very wise football coach, and a personal friend."

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Old 06-14-2012, 07:53 AM   #2
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I know I posted this in the "day one" thread, but I don't think anybody got a chance to see the information.

Thanks to Dmac for giving the lowdown of what happened. His description is the best I've seen from day 2 of minicamp. All of Denver's media is there, and all they have been giving is sporadic tweets.
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Thanks for the update. Good to see the offense getting into a groove
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I have seen references where Stokley is always open and Decker can never get separation.
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I know this has been said a hundred different ways, but its gonna be so surreal watching Peyton do his thing in Broncos colors. I can't wait to watch him be annoying at the line of scrimmage. It needs to be sept, now....screw the summer.
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Old 06-14-2012, 08:28 AM   #6
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Jeff Legwold (from Tom Moore article in the Denver Post) -

"When it comes to what the Broncos' offense will look like with Manning at quarterback, Moore said the possibilities are "really endless." He said Manning can seamlessly move within a playbook that included the power formations the Broncos used last season when they were the NFL's top rushing team and the spread formations Manning played with in Indianapolis."

Having Tom Moore at Minicamp for the last 2 days, while the Offense is being formed, is tremendous. I hope McCoy is soaking up the knowledge.
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Jeff Legwold (from Tom Moore article in the Denver Post) -

"When it comes to what the Broncos' offense will look like with Manning at quarterback, Moore said the possibilities are "really endless." He said Manning can seamlessly move within a playbook that included the power formations the Broncos used last season when they were the NFL's top rushing team and the spread formations Manning played with in Indianapolis."

Having Tom Moore at Minicamp for the last 2 days, while the Offense is being formed, is tremendous. I hope McCoy is soaking up the knowledge.
They mentioned he is not there as adviser but more as a guest. While I'm sure they talk football with him, I don't think they are "picking his brain."
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Dmac (on 104.3 the Fan) -
1. "You will know Jacob Tamme. You will know Joel Dreessen."


This is starting to become more and more apparent. I think we are definitely out to copy some of the New England dual threat TE offense. It's going to be very interesting to see who racks up the most TD's for us this year, it looking like Tamme might be that guy.
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Jeff Legwold (from Tom Moore article in the Denver Post) -

"When it comes to what the Broncos' offense will look like with Manning at quarterback, Moore said the possibilities are "really endless." He said Manning can seamlessly move within a playbook that included the power formations the Broncos used last season when they were the NFL's top rushing team and the spread formations Manning played with in Indianapolis."

Having Tom Moore at Minicamp for the last 2 days, while the Offense is being formed, is tremendous. I hope McCoy is soaking up the knowledge.
doubt he's there to talk football with the coaches, more to give Peyton a more comfortable feeling. i know McCoy has a good chunk to learn but the guy isn't as bad as people keep making him out to be.
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The Von "freaky athletic display" was disappointing (regarding the writers not Von's performance)... He's way faster than an old McGahee. Hell, he can probably cover Decker like that. So that description is a little over the top...
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The Von "freaky athletic display" was disappointing (regarding the writers not Von's performance)... He's way faster than an old McGahee. Hell, he can probably cover Decker like that. So that description is a little over the top...
Those are Dmac's words, not mine. You are right, Miller should be able to cover RB's and TE's.
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Dmac (on 104.3 the Fan) -
1. "You will know Jacob Tamme. You will know Joel Dreessen."


This is starting to become more and more apparent. I think we are definitely out to copy some of the New England dual threat TE offense. It's going to be very interesting to see who racks up the most TD's for us this year, it looking like Tamme might be that guy.
Two tight end sets is a staple of the Indy play book the past decade...
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Two tight end sets is a staple of the Indy play book the past decade...
You are exactly right. New England copied it from Manning's Offense.
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2 TE are great if they can play. If not it's double suck.
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2 TE are great if they can play. If not it's double suck.
So good players are good to have, bad players aren't?

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Dmac (on 104.3 the Fan) -
1. "You will know Jacob Tamme. You will know Joel Dreessen."


This is starting to become more and more apparent. I think we are definitely out to copy some of the New England dual threat TE offense. It's going to be very interesting to see who racks up the most TD's for us this year, it looking like Tamme might be that guy.
i think it is going to play out like this at the end of the season

Decker has most receptions
DT has most receiving yards
Tamme has most receiving TDs
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Two tight end sets is a staple of the Indy play book the past decade...
yep, began with Pollard and Clark when Clark was a rookie i believe. even before then it was Pollard and another TE who's name escapes me at the moment.
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i think it is going to play out like this at the end of the season

Decker has most receptions
DT has most receiving yards
Tamme has most receiving TDs
Nah, Tamme most receptions
DT with the most TD's and yardage
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Nah, Tamme most receptions
DT with the most TD's and yardage
Decker has been glued to Manning since he got here. Decker is going to have a monster breakout year.
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So good players are good to have, bad players aren't?

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No that's not what it means dickhead. It means that if you have 2 good players and they are TE then 2 TE sets are a good idea. But if you have two average ones, or 2 below avg ones, all you are doing is putting 2 skill players out their who can't make plays.

Tamme and Dressen may be good but we don't know much yet. If we had stud TE like NE then I would be more optimistic.
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i think it is going to play out like this at the end of the season

Decker has most receptions
DT has most receiving yards
Tamme has most receiving TDs

Thomas will have the most receiving yards and catches. Tamme will be second. Decker will catch about 45 balls this year.
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I think Dressen has the better year than tamme tbh
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Decker has been glued to Manning since he got here. Decker is going to have a monster breakout year.
I have heard multiple times that Decker has a hard time getting open. I heard this about him last year as well. I think Tamme, Thomas and Stokley or whoever the slot guy is will have more receptions than Decker this year.
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No that's not what it means dickhead. It means that if you have 2 good players and they are TE then 2 TE sets are a good idea. But if you have two average ones, or 2 below avg ones, all you are doing is putting 2 skill players out their who can't make plays.

Tamme and Dressen may be good but we don't know much yet. If we had stud TE like NE then I would be more optimistic.
You are right, it's always about matchups. Who can win consistently in single-coverage, and who won't? I think Tamme is better than Hernandez as a move TE. Gronkowski, is obviously a record-breaking freak of nature at in-line TE. Dreessen is looking more like a WR these days, it will be interesting to see how effective he is blocking for the run at in-line with his lighter weight. If he is effective, than our TE's are going to be extremely dangerous.
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