Story to Be Told: A Brady Quinn Failing May Cost Josh McDaniels His Job

March 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When the deal came through the news wire that Jake Delhomme was now a Cleveland Brown and Brady Quinn had become a Denver Bronco, I think I speak for the entire NFL universe in saying that we were all awestruck.
Now that the dust has settled and NFL fans are growing used to the idea of Quinn in blue and orange, things don't seem all that negative for the Broncos.
Unfortunately though, Denver has had a roll of bad luck in recent years, and with fans growing weary of season after season of disappointment, there is little room for error on head coach Josh McDaniels' part. 
Almost like the cursed New York Jets of old, it seems whenever Denver finally looks like making a run toward a great postseason, they fail to cross the finish line and plummet into another offseason of questionable moves.
With the offseason well and truly underway, you can't blame McDaniels for wanting to recruit new talent. Brandon Marshall is being labeled as questionable for his return in 20...

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