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  • R8R H8R
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    Originally posted by TonyR View Post

    I don't necessarily agree because I'm a firm believer in winning at the LOS. That said, I'm fine with the Chubb pick.
    I do too, but Chubb also plays and wins on the LOS.

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  • TonyR
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    Originally posted by R8R H8R View Post
    I think Nelson is a luxury for a team that already has a franchise QB, and is built to be offensive dominate. We are not that, as Elway learned his lesson after the seattle SB. I think Chubb was the perfect pick for this team.
    I don't necessarily agree because I'm a firm believer in winning at the LOS. That said, I'm fine with the Chubb pick.

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  • enjolras
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    Originally posted by Bigdawg26 View Post
    Chubb may not be Nelson but he’s not chopped liver. He’s a really good young football player.
    Chubb damn near set a rookie sack record last year. He was a fantastic pick, and will be far more impactful than Nelson over his career. It was a no-brainer pick tbh.

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  • steeledude
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    Originally posted by CEH View Post
    Mcgovern still snaps the ball off target way to much.

    he would have been the perfect swing backup had Denver resigned Paradis

    Pretty sure Bradbury was the top choice at 20 and I’m hearing Sternberger is showing up more than Fant right now. He went #75

    oh well


    Wait, did we just hear it hear first? Fant = bust? Man, he must be really bad for him to have busted out already.

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  • R8R H8R
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    Originally posted by Bigdawg26 View Post
    Chubb may not be Nelson but he’s not chopped liver. He’s a really good young football player.
    I think Nelson is a luxury for a team that already has a franchise QB, and is built to be offensive dominate. We are not that, as Elway learned his lesson after the seattle SB. I think Chubb was the perfect pick for this team.

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  • Bigdawg26
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    Chubb may not be Nelson but he’s not chopped liver. He’s a really good young football player.

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  • ColoradoDarin
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    Guess we didn't need to draft OL Nelson @ #5 last year.

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  • uplink
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    Got a feeling Risner is going to be the best lineman ( offensive or defensive) taken in the 2019 draft.

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  • Zealot
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    one thing looks clear... Risner looks to be a fixture going forward. Every other position is a question mark to some degree or another

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  • DENVERDUI55
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    Center snaps are going to cost Denver a game or two this year.

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  • Guess Who
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    I have liked the youth of the OL for 2 or 3 years now... it is time for them to get it together.

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  • jutang
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    Great break down op.

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  • CEH
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    Mcgovern still snaps the ball off target way to much.

    he would have been the perfect swing backup had Denver resigned Paradis

    Pretty sure Bradbury was the top choice at 20 and I’m hearing Sternberger is showing up more than Fant right now. He went #75

    oh well



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  • qbronco
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    With musical chairs being played on the Oline, I wouldn’t mind seeing the same five guys play a few preseason games together for continuity. Zone-step blocking schemes require synchronization. The sum of the parts need to mesh as one. That’s hard to do when players are being shuffled. I’d like to see the same five starters get some experience playing together before the opener.

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  • R8R H8R
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    One of the Denver local talking heads was saying they talked to Leary, and he told him that he should be ready to go for the SF game Monday night. We’ll see.

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