Apr 18, 2008 3
I was a little scared off my boy Jay Cutler this year, but I’m feeling better now. I’ll feel a lot better if they address the offensive line in the draft, which they likely will.
Too often in the NFL we see high expectations for a player or a team for a given year only to see the player or team fail to meet those expectations. Then, the next year, while expectations are low, the player or team seemingly surprises and plays very well. That could be the case in Denver this year. After all, coming on and performing well when no one expects you to is a classic Travis Henry move, one he did last in 2006 in Tennessee.
I am still concerned about the line, so it’s not all rosy in Denver, far from it. But after being concerned about Cutler’s Broncos a few weeks ago, especially after the Brandon Marshall fiasco, I am feeling better. I’ll assume for now that Marshall will be okay for at least the start of the season (remember that he missed a lot of training camp last year). And now, teamed with Darrell Jackson, Denver’s receiving corps looks pretty damn solid. Yes, […]