Why Brady Quinn Is Facing a Make or Break Year

August 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If you thought Kurt Warner's rags to riches story was great, think again.  The Denver Broncos are now writing their own, and this time around, it looks very promising.
In a year that sees the Broncos set up for a substantial amount of success in comparison to the past few years, Denver's current roster looks impressive at the present time.
Considering that the Broncos were one of the more unimpressive teams in the league last season, I think you'll agree that this offseason has looked promising, given the dismissal of problem player Brandon Marshall, and the addition Tim Tebow.
For the most part, the Broncos look to be a solid team for the future.  They have the youth and talent to go far, and even though Josh McDaniels is still taking a large power trip in the name of all that is right in Mile High, perhaps Denver's hopes this season aren't all that diluted, when it comes to visiting the postseason.
But to keep the terrible trend going, once again Denver...

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