One Burning Question for Denver Broncos Fans: Who Will Put Up Points?

June 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The picture for this article is definitely old school; it took some serious hunting to dig it up.
That's right, vintage 2007.
Heck, it was as recently as 2008 when the Denver Broncos had the second most productive offense in the NFL. Those are ESPN's numbers, not mine, and putting together an offense that dangerous is not easy to do.
Granted, during the tail end of the Mike Shanahan regime in Denver, the Jay Cutler/Brandon Marshall/Tony Scheffler days, interceptions were a frequent theme in games. With the number of big plays the offense had to come up with in order to compensate for defensive inadequacies, who could blame Cutler?
In any facet of life, if you want to reap big rewards, you have to take huge risks.
The problem with the Denver Broncos that ultimately got Mike Shanahan fired wasn't the offense. It wasn't the young and promising Pro Bowl quarterback/wide receiver pairing who were accompanied by a daring, pass-catching tight end and a brilliant, rook...

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