In response to rkarp's comment:
In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:
Umm, swapping players in and out at that rate on D is bad for continuity and Terrence Knighton doesn't really upgrade from Bannan.
So, they have 3 brand new starting LBs?
Are you kidding me? That's awful. Also, swapping out Rodgers-Cromartie and Porter is a wash.
Can you imagine if we were supposed to have 3 new LBs all at once in a passing league and BB did this? LOL!
He'd be maligned worse than he already is for being brilliant at what he does.
So, again, how have they improved? Sterwart Bradley was better than what they had last year with good LBs like Mays and Williams?
I got news for ya: Denver really hasn't recovered from bad Shanahan drafts before he left and the bad ones that McDaniels had when he was there.
They're trying to cheat the teambuilding formula due to the knee jerk Gomer move last year.
Will not work. Their D will be WORSE this year than last.
Yet, the media calls this great? They also completely overpaid for Vazquez. 8 million bucks when you needed it, didn't plan on paying Welker and botched the restructure on Dumervil?
This is "extremely successful"?
Just what planet is that person on who formed that premise? LOL
What do you think their IQ is? lol!
Actually, can you SOURCE what you just pasted, RKarp. We'd all like to see which Broncos homer blog you selected. bwhaha
Can you imagine if we were supposed to have 3 new LBs all at once in a passing league and BB did this? LOL
BB did swap out all 4 of his defensive backs in a passing league.
Didn't work that well/tough to get continuity isn't it?
You just made my point for me. Continuity on a football team is so underrated and it's apparently lost on you and many here.
BB chose to rebuild on the fly in 2009 and 2010. If you never accepted that, then you weren't ready for the bumps in the road like I was.
You're too obtuse to get WHY he did what he did. lol
Meanwhile, Denver had bad drafts into the lockout under Shanahan and they sort of squandered the fleece job by McDaniels on Jerry Angelo.
I would not be comfortable AT ALL if I am a Denver fan seeing my supposed SB team be gutted with continuity and experience at LB, especially when my best OLB may be gone alongside with weak pass D down the middle, mostly at Safety.
Gee, NE's D and its position or Denver's? How is this even a debate at this point? Barring Denver getting a stud in the draft to make a huge impact at Safety as a rookie, they're in trouble in this area.
The media completely glosses over this fact and over-sells the "bad Pats D". Totally bogus and it's getting REALY old, too.
He did it last year. I wasn't referring to 08 and 09.