Denver Broncos: Biggest Weakness, Strength Heading Into The 2010 Season

July 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Today, the subject is the Denver Broncos.
Biggest Strength: Ryan Clady, left tackle
Ryan Clady may just be the best left tackle in the league. Clady is, without a doubt, the Broncos' best player now that Brandon Marshall is gone. Although, one could try to make a case for Elvis Dumervil.
For a left tackle, Clady is a treat to watch. Clady's arms are freakishly long, which allows him to consistently steer the defensive end/linebacker any way he wants.
Perhaps his best attribute is his quickness off the snap. I have not seen one defender blow by him on the initial snap.
Bronco fans will be watching extremely closely to how effective Clady will be coming back from a partially torn patellar tendon. Even if he is out longer than expected, this won't mean disaster for the Broncos.
They start off the season against the Seahawks and Jaguars. Both teams generate little to no pass rush.
The Broncos may be inclined to bring in a veteran like Flozell Adams to hel...

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