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Old 07-17-2013, 12:48 AM   #1
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You have to feel good about Manning's salary. I mean wholly ****ing **** look what Detroit is paying Stafford and S.D. paying Rivers!!!!!

Top 10 NFL salary-cap numbers: Quarterbacks on top


Top 10 NFL salary-cap numbers: Quarterbacks on top


By Gregg Rosenthal
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Published: July 15, 2013 at 03:58 p.m.
Updated: July 16, 2013 at 01:31 p.m.

Quarterbacks mean so much to NFL teams that it's impossible to overpay one that is an average starter or better. It makes sense, then, that quarterbacks have the biggest cap figures for 2013.

Spotrac.com lists the top ten salary-cap figures in the NFL this season, and the top five all come at quarterback. The only surprise is that defensive players make up spots six to 10.

The players with the highest salary-cap figures don't necessarily have the highest salaries in a given year. Bonus money, incentives and proration of previous bonuses all play into a "cap number."

Still, the cap number provides an interesting snapshot into how a player is valued as a percentage of his team. Here are the top five cap numbers this year:

1. Eli Manning, New York Giants: $20.85 million
2. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions: $17.82 million
3. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos: $17.5 million
4. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints: $17.4 million
5. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers: $17.11 million

Full Article here: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...erbacks-on-top






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Old 07-17-2013, 03:18 AM   #2
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Here is a Broncos 2013 Preview. It is very good and I do not remember it being posted so here ya go.


2013 DENVER BRONCOS


FLOP FACTOR
1.8 (1-5 scale). The only way Denver doesn't make the playoffs is if there are major injuries. This team is set up for success.
1: Small chance; 5: Great chance

HOT SEAT
John Fox. Things would have to go really, really bad for anyone to lose his job after this season. But it starts with the coach. Fox would be the point man for an epic failure.

SECRET WEAPON
Trindon Holliday. He had two return touchdowns, one on a punt and one on a kickoff, in the playoff loss against Baltimore. He would have been a legend had Denver not blown that game.

KEY NUMBER
37. That's Peyton Manning's age. John Elway was 37 when he won the first of back-to-back Super Bowls to end his career. Elway knows it can be done.


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Old 07-17-2013, 03:28 AM   #3
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1. Eli Manning, New York Giants: $20.85 million
2. Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions: $17.82 million
3. Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos: $17.5 million
4. Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints: $17.4 million
5. Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers: $17.11 million


How did Rogers stay off the top list. He just signed a (5 years, $110M; $62.5M guaranteed):
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I found this little bit on Denver's FA signings.

Broncos extend OT Ryan Clady (5 years, $52.5M; $33M guaranteed): A Grade
Players like Ryan Clady don't grow on trees. One of the top left tackles in the NFL, Clady surrendered only three sacks this past season. Clady, turning 27 in early September, is now the third-highest-paid player at his position behind Joe Thomas and Jason Peters, and he's definitely deserving of that distinction. Peyton Manning has to be thrilled that his front office locked up his blind-side protector.

Broncos sign DE Shaun Phillips (1 year, $1 million): A Grade
Shaun Phillips has an opportunity to earn $1.2 million on top of his base $1 depending on how many sacks he accumulates. With that in mind, this is an outstanding contract. The Broncos had a huge need at defensive end after losing Elvis Dumervil in that crazy Faxgate situation. They missed out on upgrades at that position in the 2013 NFL Draft, but settling for Phillips is a nice consolation prize. Phillips was arguably the top pass-rusher still available in free agency. There's a chance he could be washed up at 32, but it's more likely that he can still get the job done and approach double-digit sacks with the opposition paying so much attention to Von Miller. Phillips logged 9.5 sacks in 2012.


Broncos sign NT Terrance Knighton (2 years, $4.5 million): B Grade
Surprise, surprise, another quality signing by John Elway. Terrance Knighton is a 330-pound nose tackle who has enjoyed a lot of success playing for Jack Del Rio in the past. Knighton has struggled recently - he even was benched last year in favor of C.J. Mosley - but he has talent, and Del Rio knows how to get the most out of him. He fills a huge need in the interior of Denver's defensive line.


Broncos sign CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (1 year, $5 million): A Grade
"DRC" stands for Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. It could also stand for "Doesn't Really Care" because of his lethargy. Rodgers-Cromartie hasn't lived up to his potential. He shows flashes of brilliance at times, but he's often sluggish. I was worried that a team would offer him a big contract and get screwed in the process, but John Elway was smarter than that.

Elway is killing free agency, by the way. Whereas rival San Diego signed a worse corner, Derek Cox, to a 4-year, $20 million contract, Elway was able to fill the same big need by landing the superior Rodgers-Cromartie to a 1-year "prove it" deal. Elway will undoubtedly get the best out of DRC. It'll help that future Hall of Famer Champ Bailey will be on the other side of the field to help mentor the 27-year-old corner.

Broncos sign WR Wes Welker (2 years, $12 million): A+ Grade
Wow. I can't believe this happened. Wes Welker has finally left New England and signed with the Broncos to be Peyton Manning's new slot receiver. And for just $12 million over two seasons? This is just crazy.

This is an absolutely awesome move for the Broncos. I know I've often called Welker overrated because of his drops and the fact that he's just a slot receiver, but he's a big part of the Patriots' offense, and for the Broncos to steal him is a great move because they've weakened their arch rival. Can you imagine how pissed Tom Brady is right now, especially after taking just $27 million over three years recently? You'd have to think he did that so his team could re-sign Welker.

Oh, and Welker does make Denver better. The team had two good receivers on the outside in Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker, but didn't have anything to speak of in the slot. Welker is a huge upgrade over Brandon Stokley and makes the Broncos' offense much more dangerous. Well done, John Elway.

Broncos sign G Louis Vasquez (4 years, $23.5M; $13M guaranteed): A- Grade
There are tons of reasons to like this signing if you're a Denver fan. Louis Vasquez was pretty much just as good as Andy Levitre, the top-rated free agent guard. Vasquez received less than $2 million per year less than Levitre did from Tennessee, so this is quite a bargain. Stealing a talented player from rival San Diego is also very nice.

Best of all, Vasquez's presence on Denver's offensive line will be huge for Peyton Manning's pass protection. This is an area the Broncos wanted to upgrade. They couldn't block for Manning very well in their playoff loss to Baltimore, so obtaining someone like Vasquez will help immensely in that department.

http://walterfootball.com/freeagents2013recap.php

Yeah Elway just sucks at this GM thing, just horrible.


2013 NFL Free Agency Winners
Denver Broncos

I know what you're thinking - how can the Broncos be a winner in the wake of Faxgate? Well, what they did otherwise was spectacular. Stealing Wes Welker away from their arch rival was awesome. Signing Louis Vasquez will shore up Peyton Manning's protection. Getting Dominique-Rodgers Cromartie for one year will upgrade the secondary because he'll be motivated. Obtaining Terrance Knighton will help against the run. The Broncos are the best team in the AFC right now.

http://walterfootball.com/freeagents...nerslosers.php

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Five Burning Questions the Denver Broncos Must Answer
Shoring Up Secondary, Replacing Dumervil Atop Team's Training Camp To-do List

1. Can the secondary bounce back from last season's divisional playoff disaster?

2. How will the Broncos replace Elvis Dumervil's pass rush?

3. With leading rusher Willis McGahee now gone, who will step up at running back?

4. And what about the situation at middle linebacker?

5. Finally, will there be enough footballs to go around with the team's bevy of pass-catchers?

For the answers, click here: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/five-bu...203700612.html
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Old 07-17-2013, 04:09 AM   #6
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KC Cheeps site compares Denver's additions in FA and the draft and how the Cheeps countered these moves. I'll spare you the gory details and just post their conclusion.

While the Denver Broncos made changes to improve in 2013, so did the Kansas City Chiefs, making for another epic pair of games to be added to the storied rivalry between both teams.

...yeah it was great reading.....not...

http://www.kcchiefs.com/news/article...8-972ee490ac0f


-Denver Broncos Wesley Woodyard the Most Underrated Player in the NFL?
Jul 16th, 2013 at 8:53 am by Sayre Bedinger

A player like Denver Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard–one of the last remaining players from the Mike Shanahan era–has played at a Pro Bowl level and really hasn’t seen much recognition for it.

If you ask Denver Broncos fans, you’ll find out that Woodyard is one of the most beloved players in the Mile High City, a fan favorite who has earned every single snap he plays.

...In his first season as the full-time starter at weakside linebacker for the Broncos, Woodyard racked up 117 tackles, 5.5 sacks, three interceptions, and six passes defensed. To do a little side by side, Chiefs Pro Bowl linebacker Derrick Johnson had 125 tackles, two sacks, and four passes defensed with four forced fumbles and no interceptions.

Clearly, Woodyard played at an elite level last season and received virtually no recognition for it nationally. Woodyard didn’t even crack the roster on this NFL.com All-Underrated team.



Rest of nice article here: http://nflmocks.com/2013/07/16/denve...er-in-the-nfl/

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Old 07-17-2013, 04:41 AM   #7
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Really good article!

How Much Gas Does Peyton Manning Have Left in the Tank?



















To find out what the pictures and graphs mean click here: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...ft-in-the-tank

Conclusion: With the exception of injury there is no reason to think Manning will not be able to play at a high level at the age of 40 and even 41. Any lose of physical skills will be slow and gradual and Manning can compensate for these loses by game-planning.
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Peyton is 37. According to the "trends" (sarcasm because the sample size is a whopping 8 other QBs) in the graph, it's quite literally downhill from here with Favre's NFC Championship run with the Vikes literally their only cited exception

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Peyton is 37. According to the "trends" (sarcasm because the sample size is a whopping 8 other QBs) in the graph, it's quite literally downhill from here with Favre's NFC Championship run with the Vikes literally their only cited exception

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How many 37 year-old QBs did you want cited in the graph?
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How many 37 year-old QBs did you want cited in the graph?
At least the best old QB I can think of.

Turned 37 in 1993.
Pro-bowls in 93, 94, 95 and 97
He didn't have a big drop off until he hit 42 (slight declines at 40+, but still played well).
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At least the best old QB I can think of.

Turned 37 in 1993.
Pro-bowls in 93, 94, 95 and 97
He didn't have a big drop off until he hit 42 (slight declines at 40+, but still played well).
ok so 8 is totally unacceptable but 9 is fine?
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ok so 8 is totally unacceptable but 9 is fine?
No, it's still SSS from a statistical point of view. But Moon was the first QB I thought of, even then, he was older than I remember. It also makes me think, who else did he leave out?

Another quick thought and yep, Joe Montana last 2 years were age 37 & 38. Played well for KC.

Who else is missing?
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No, it's still SSS from a statistical point of view. But Moon was the first QB I thought of, even then, he was older than I remember. It also makes me think, who else did he leave out?

Another quick thought and yep, Joe Montana last 2 years were age 37 & 38. Played well for KC.

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Jim Kelly, Dan Marino, Boomer maybe.
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Jim Kelly, Dan Marino, Boomer maybe.
That 83 QB draft was just plain ridiculous......
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Jim Kelly, Dan Marino, Boomer maybe.
Good call

Marino had some drop at 36, but was still good at 37, not so much 38 (was he injured his last year? Didn't play all games)

Kelly only played til 36

Ditto for Boomer, and he only played a few games his last 2 years.
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Five Burning Questions the Denver Broncos Must Answer
Shoring Up Secondary, Replacing Dumervil Atop Team's Training Camp To-do List

1. Can the secondary bounce back from last season's divisional playoff disaster?

2. How will the Broncos replace Elvis Dumervil's pass rush?

3. With leading rusher Willis McGahee now gone, who will step up at running back?

4. And what about the situation at middle linebacker?

5. Finally, will there be enough footballs to go around with the team's bevy of pass-catchers?

For the answers, click here: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/five-bu...203700612.html
Epic fail. The biggest question is our offensive line. The strength of that line is the difference between a 10-6 season and a 14-2 one IMO.
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Epic fail. The biggest question is the health of our offensive line. The strength of that line is the difference between a 10-6 season and a 14-2 one IMO.
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That 83 QB draft was just plain ridiculous......
that draft was something i'm not sure we'll ever see again.
last year was close but there is still a ton of football to be played before it can't be declared as close.
2004 was another good one but 2012 has a better chance of matching it.
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Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos' offense will be unstoppable
  • By Bucky Brooks
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The changing dynamics of the NFL these days have led title contenders to rely on explosive offenses rather than shutdown defenses.


Teams lucky enough to land an elite quarterback often build around the talents of their marquee star. From implementing a scheme that amplifies the strengths of the signal-caller to stockpiling a roster chock full of playmaking options, the plan for building a title contender starts with the quarterback.

Denver Broncos executive John Elway and coach John Fox have given Peyton Manning enough weapons to run roughshod over the rest of the AFC. After breaking down the All-22 Coaches Film from last season, I came up with three reasons to think the Broncos' offense will be an unstoppable force in 2013.


1) Peyton Manning has his mojo back.
Given an entire offseason to work out the kinks with a more mature supporting cast, the Broncos' no-huddle offense should torment opponents with pace and execution.

2) The addition of Wes Welker makes this receiving corps indefensible.
The Broncos have given Manning a plethora of weapons at receiver to take advantage of the tactics preferred by defensive coordinators around the NFL.

3) The running game from "11" personnel will tear up nickel defenses.
With the majority of runs directed to the weak side or the nickel cornerback, Ball's physical running style should produce big gains for the Broncos in 2013.



Bucky Brooks is one of my favorite witers on NFL.com

Check out the article here: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...be-unstoppable

He makes a great point about Denver facing nickle defenses.

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Broncos to Participate in Program That Puts Medical Records Online

The Denver Broncos are one of eight teams that will take part in a pilot program during the 2013 season that puts a player’s entire medical record on the sideline via handheld computers carried by team doctors.

The program could put everything from X-rays to concussion tests to injury history right on the field. The information could possibly be moved from team to team if a player is traded.

The mobility of the medical records ensures accuracy, and speeds up the transition for the player, but there’s concern about how the information would be distributed and whether it could be used against players.

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To Get You Through the Most Boring Day in Sports, Here’s Some Great Broncos Content!
Doing anything tonight? Yeah. Me either.

Today is officially the most boring day in sports. Not even those of us who have been relying on baseball to fill a void have anything to hang our hats on today.

Well, worry not ye who hunger for the Broncos‘ season to begin. Here is an hour’s worth of hand-curated, classic Broncos web content from the last 30 or so years to get you through today, and perhaps even until training camp.

Special thanks to our friend, the Internet.

2012: Peyton Manning flips the script on the Charges and the Broncos’ season.

2011: Tim Tebow uses the deep ball to outgame the Steelers’ defense on Wild Card Weekend. Don’t pretend like you don’t miss this just a little.

2009: I’m not sure what I like better - Gus Johnson loosing his mind or Brandon Stokley winning the game with such a head’s up play.

2009: Remember when Kyle Orton was the best thing in Denver since Little Man Ice Cream? That was just an illusion. Never actually happened. Apologies to Salted Oreo. But here’s a highlight that was not an illusion.

2004: Every Broncos fan’s favorite loss. This snow game was so cool it might have overshadowed that it was a loss…to the Raiders. You should probably just ignore the Raiders logo at the start of the video.
Of course here’s some the pinnacle moment in Super Bowl 32. And Super Bowl 33.
Most team anthems are really subpar musically speaking. This one is no different.

Though it is about the Broncos…so that has to mean something, right?

1991 Wild Card Playoffs: Such a great memory from a great game. Also, how did it take us so long as a society to get the static scoreboard graphic?

1986 AFC Championship Game: This particular video will make you feel as if you’re wrestling with a terrestrial antenna on your roof in the snow in an orange wool sweater. Enjoy the most iconic moment in Broncos’ history!

Do you have something you’d like for Broncos Country to enjoy today? Share it with us!

http://predominantlyorange.com/2013/...m_medium=email

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I can't wait til TC comes next week. There is nothing on TV, and I can't get into any sports. I will gladly accept preseason football right now!
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Ranking the 2012 Offensive Lines

Khaled Elsayed | January 28, 2013


4. Denver Broncos (30)

PB – 1st, RB – 16th, PEN – 17th
Stud: You think Ryan Clady (+27.0) liked blocking for Peyton Manning? He responded with a career year that is going to make him an even richer man.


Dud: Though he graded positively for the year, you’d likely want to see more push in the run game from Manny Ramirez (+3.0).


Summary: They had a job to do, and boy did they do it. Protecting their quarterback was their priority and in that regard they did exactly what was required. It started with the tackles, who were excellent in this regard, and not one player on the line ended with a negative grade in pass protection. The downside is they failed to consistently impose themselves in the run game, and this is a big area for improvement.

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Do you think drafting is easy? Look at the 2008 draft. Its a crap shoot.

yearpicktmplayerposcollegeHit/Miss
20081MIAJake LongOTMichiganHit
20082STLChris Long43DEVirginiaHit
20083ATLMatt RyanQBBoston Col.Hit
20084OAKDarren McFaddenRBArkansasMiss
20085KCGlenn Dorsey43DT/34DELSUMiss
20086NYJVernon Gholston34OLB/34DEOhio St.Miss
20087NOSedrick Ellis43DTUSCMiss
20088JAXDerrick Harvey43DEFloridaMiss
20089CINKeith Rivers43OLBUSCMiss
200810NEJerod Mayo34ILB/43OLBTennesseeHit
200811BUFLeodis McKelvinCBTroyMiss
200812DENRyan CladyOTBoise St.Hit
200813CARJonathan StewartRBOregonHit
200814CHIChris WilliamsOT/OGVanderbiltMiss
200815KCBranden AlbertOTVirginiaHit
200816ARZDominique Rodgers-CromartieCBTennessee St.Miss
200817DETGosder CherilusOTBoston Col.Hit
200818BALJoe FlaccoQBDelawareHit
200819CARJeff OtahOTPittsburghMiss
200820TBAqib TalibCBKansasHit
200821ATLSam BakerOTUSCMiss
200822DALFelix JonesRBArkansasMiss
200823PITRashard MendenhallRBIllinoisMiss
200824TENChris JohnsonRBEast CarolinaHit
200825DALMike JenkinsCBSouth FloridaMiss
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