Will The Denver Broncos Succeed Without A Key, Offensive Skill Player?

July 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Denver Broncos fans are preparing for an entirely new scenario this year.
It will be the first time in a long time that the offense doesn't have a single, proven explosive commodity.
Sure, there is an argument that Knowshon Moreno could step up, but last season he struggled to break off any runs that went farther than ten yards. Realistically, guys like Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker need and deserve time to become NFL stars.
The Broncos have some older help on offense with former Patriots Daniel Graham and Jabar Gaffney, but Eddie Royal figures to be the go-to guy.
And since his initial splash in the first game of 2008, (which was against a dismal Oakland Raiders team) Royal hasn't been able to lead the team.
Say what you will about Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall (they definitely were not winners, I concede) but they were elite, offensive skill players.
Cutler's fate should pretty much be sealed this season depending on what Mike Martz can get out of ...

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