Do you think the Broncos can bounce back from that terrible Super Bowl? Thanks, I'll hang up and listen to your spicy hot take.
There are two ways the Broncos bounce back:
1. Follow the inspirational lead of Von Miller & have more guys cheat. It’s no coincidence that Seattle led the league in dirty pee tests & went on to win the Super Bowl. In the NFL, P.E.D.’s win titles & that can not be debated.
2. Cut Peyton Manning & bring back Tim Tebow. That guy does nothing but win.
The mailbox will be open for business later this week, as we prepare for the H.O.F. game & the beginning of the pre-season games slate.
Send in your best questions & we will provide our sizzling hot takes.
With a 7th round pick, the St. Louis Rams select Michael Sam.
Tahj Boyd to the J-E-T-S
I guess you could call their QB situation a competition, but that would mean you’re very kind…
With the first pick of the final day at the 2014 Draft is…
DB Jaylen Watkins goes to the Philadelphia Eagles.
With the 62nd pick, the Patriots drafted a QB, Jimmy Garoppolo.
Things began to unfold quickly due to trades, so let’s summarize the last handful of picks…
Pick 50. Chargers(via Miami) take an OLB, Jeremiah
51. Bears select Ego Ferguson, DT.
52. Cardinals pick Troy Niklas, TE. Solid, but not a “WOW” pick.
53. Packers with a sneaky good pick up of a WR, Davante Adams.
54. Titans(via Eagles) select the draft’s first RB Bishop Sankey. Good back, but with a lot of touches in the tank already.
55. Bengals take a RB, Jeremy Hill. I would have been tempted to take Hill ahead of Stankey.
56. Broncos(via Niners) pick WR Cody Latimer. One of my favorite players, regardless of position. Great addition for Denver.
57. Niners move back up & take RB Carlos Hyde. San Francisco continues to take guys that just seem to be perfect fits for their team’s personality.
58. Saints add Stanley Jean-Baptise, a CB. New Orleans adds a much needed boost to their secondary.
J-E-T-S take TE Jace Amaro.
Nice pick, but, ya know, it’s the Jets. Meh.
At pick 44, the Bills pick up ‘Bama tackle, Cyrus Kouandjio.