Tuesday, November 21, 2006

If not now...When?

After the performance we seen on National TV by Jake Plummer against the Chargers we got to be asking if not now..When? When and why should the Denver Broncos decide the future is now and go with the rookie as the starter of the Denver Broncos?


Anonymous DAN FOUTS said...

It is too late to change! It really will not matter! This is the year of the Chargers, we are missing our best two defenders and they will be back shortly! The Broncos rematch is in our house, Denver will lose at KC this week, you are playing for the wild card. Indy and Chargers get the bye, Denver goes on the road to Baltimore or New England in January where Plummer or Cutler assures you are one and done!

12:06 PM  
Blogger RED said...

I honestly think part of Plummers not having a great season is the lack of a good running back on the Dever Broncos. I'm sorry but the Belss are not very good running backs.

8:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Am I the only Bronco fan who noticed the O-line is not a factor? Really they should be takin the blame for the loss to the Chiefs, Plummer had no time, there were no holes for the runnig backs, they got manhandled. I think a good offense has to start up front and this O-line looks horrible. It will be the same for Cutler only more sacks and no time to throw that will lead to bad decisions. Blame the O-line.

6:48 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

I agree anonymous...I still don't think the lack of offensive productivity falls 100% on Plummers shoulders. However, there are things that Plummer does time and time again (especially this season) that a leader should NOT do, which is not the fault of someone else. It's not the O-line's fault for a bad read, bad throw, under/over throws...it may be the o-line contributing to why Plummer was in that position to have to make a longer pass, but he is making some severe rookie mistakes...and if you're going to make those mistakes, you better be a rookie. What Denver needs right now is a spark - they aren't getting it with Plummer. The defense is also to blame...people keep bringing up the SD game - hello - did you see what kind of offensive productivity they had? That is NOT the same defense that shut down the Ravens and the Patriots...but now that Denver is 7-4 and quite honestly, I don't think will make the playoffs (now a rookie QB with Seattle, Cincinnati, @SD still left on the schedule...sorry...chalk up this season to a building for next year season.

8:38 PM  
Blogger Jamezwp said...

It's about fricken time. Now we can move this franchise forward. We have just taken the necessary step to moving this franchise towards being a legitimate contender (maybe not this year, but next, or the next). As long as Jake Plummer was our man, we were never going to be any better than just a good team.

5:07 PM  

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