Brady Quinn’s Competitve Nature Will Make Life Difficult For Kyle Orton

March 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Denver Broncos Head Coach Josh McDaniels got the quarterback he has desired for the past year in Brady Quinn, who was acquired for next to nothing when you look at the fact the Cleveland Browns invested two-first round picks into him back in the 2007 NFL Draft.
Now Quinn leaves what many said was a very bad situation in Cleveland, and he enters a fresh start with the Broncos.
The issue that is now in effect, is what will happen to last year's starter Kyle Orton, who McDaniels said will still be the starter in 2010?
It is quite obvious that even though McDaniels says Orton is the starter, that Quinn will be more motivated than ever to prove his former team and the rest of the NFL wrong, and that he is a NFL-caliber starter.
All statistics aside for Quinn, he is a student of the game of football and he will be a quick study of the Broncos' offense.
Orton better hit the film room, the playbook, and the weight room now because Quinn has probably already done this ...

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