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  • BMORE
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    Originally posted by schaaf View Post
    Man I think that was Med

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  • bpc
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    Love Trevathan. Bobby Wagner is getting all the pub for Seattle at LB but I think Trevathan had the better season.

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  • schaaf
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    Man I think that was Med

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  • BMORE
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    http://www.orangemane.com/BB/showthr...ght=Bmore+Mock

    This was the first mock I ever did when joining the OMane. I know I'm known on here as a toot my own horn kind of guy..

    But this is two years in a row I have mocked a player we drafted, and called them both steals, considering their draft value and impact. Danny is proving me right, I just can't wait until Quanterus Smith proves me right!

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  • HILife
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    Danny Trevathan is a steal.

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  • 55CrushEm
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    Who'd have thunk it? The 2 most impactful players from the 2012 draft are the last 2 that we drafted.....

    Rd 2 (36) - Derek Wolfe
    Rd 2 (57) - Twilight
    Rd 3 (67) - Ronnie Hillman
    Rd 4 (101) - Omar Bolden
    Rd 4 (108) - Philip Blake
    Rd 5 (137) - Malik Jackson
    Rd 6 (188) - Danny Trevathan

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  • cutthemdown
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    Originally posted by UberBroncoMan View Post
    I'm curious if we re-sign Woodyard now.
    They play the same position so my guess is they don't.

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  • UberBroncoMan
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    I'm curious if we re-sign Woodyard now.

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  • KevinJames
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    We traded Tim Tebow for Danny Trevathan and another draft pick. Damn we won.

    What a steal, he was easily one of the best linebackers in the NFL this year.
    Last edited by KevinJames; 02-01-2014, 12:30 AM.

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  • BroncoFanDoug
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    I think Rahim is gonna be upper class (not elite) safety if he comes back 100%. And even with that I agree that safety (FA or draft) is our weakest position once we get ppl healthy again.

    CB worries me less if we resign DRC. Champ, Harris, Carter, DRC, and an emerging Kayvon (for a rookie cb he did just fine).

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  • Old Dude
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    From what I can tell, there aren't really any "blue chip" safeties in the upcoming draft.

    There sure are a bunch of potential free agents, though. As of last week, that included Jarius Byrd, T.J. Ward, Donte Whitner and Chris Clemons, any one of whom could be a big upgrade.

    Unfortunately, they'd all come with a hefty price tag.

    More likely, the Broncos would aim for a 2d tier guy or a vet who had an off-season, due to injury or otherwise like Major Wright or Stevie Brown.

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  • cutthemdown
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    Originally posted by DENVERDUI55 View Post
    Safety is a much bigger need.

    With Moore suffering the bad injury I would say the Broncos now feel it's far enough removed from drafting moore and carter to try again.

    I'd prefer just a good vet at this point.

    Broncos most likely will be right back in contender mode next yr. Rookies may not help fast enough to suit Elway next offseason.

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  • Jesterhole
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    I like Danny but it seems like he lives off the big play. I'd rather draft a big, fast LB and then go with Woodyard and Von, with Danny coming in when they go two tight ends.

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  • cutthemdown
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    If Harvin starts to do damage I think we could play him with some bracket coverage. Use Travethon underneath with someone like Tony Carter over the top.

    Both have speed to stay with him.

    Golden Tate is fast, but not really a deep threat because he isn't explosive. It takes him some time to get to speed. I think Bailey can take him 1 on 1.

    Then put DRC on Baldwin who is prob best on the team getting behind defenses.

    They really don't have a great attack to Zach Miller at TE that I have seen.

    Let the safety's help where needed and stopping the run.

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  • BroncoMan4ever
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    Originally posted by DENVERDUI55 View Post
    Safety is a much bigger need.
    I agree completely, I've just wanted a good MIKE since we lost Wilson

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