The coaching staff seems to have things under control
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, no one is holding out for more money and the injury bug hasn’t struck. Things are good in Broncos country." Denver Broncos Training CampDenver Broncos PodcastsBroncos & Bratwurst PodcastLittle drama from Broncos’ camp could be a sign of things to comeNew,56commentsThe coaching staff seems to have things under control, no one is holding out for more money and the injury bug hasn’t struck. Things are good in Broncos country. MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Little drama from Broncos’ camp could be a sign of things to comeTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailDenver Broncos Training Camp is now in full swing and there are multiple things to like and dislike about the Broncos practices within the first few weeks. The offense struggled early on but found their rhythm, depth corners have stepped up their game and veterans and rookies alike have had good things to say about their new coaching staff. The Skipper Dude and I talk in-depth about the first few weeks at Dove Valley on the podcast linked above but here we will discuss three things we love and three we hate from Training Camp. Things we don’t like#1) Connor McGovern has struggled at Center so far and it’s something we should be worried about. This offensive line isn’t overly talented and the QBs have thrown more than their share of picks during drills and thus this side of the ball can’t afford another issue added to the others. McGovern has a lot on his plate after taking over for Matt Paradis and he will need to get this fixed ASAP or he may lose the position to someone else before he has even had a chance to play it. #2) It’s a prove-it year for Courtland Sutton in his sophomore season and for Emmanuel Sanders coming off an injury, but unfortunately, so far in camp
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, none of the receivers have been particularly impressive. When you start to hear undrafted guys “getting open” and former CB Brendan Langley becoming Drew Lock’s No. 1 target, it might be time to worry about the position as a whole.#3) Drew Lock hasn’t dominated camp by any means, but if he’s been “meh,” then Kevin Hogan has been double “meh.” The only difference is that Lock could be the future of the franchise while Hogan could be the future backup of some other team. It makes little sense to have Hogan struggle with the second team while Lock only gets time with the third. Give the kid as many snaps as you can, and let him sink or swim in a more pressured position.Things we do like#1) Phillip Lindsay is the man. He’s a gifted, explosive runner and should touch the ball in space as much as humanly possible. Though we don’t love the idea of him returning kicks
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, the idea of him catching balls out of the backfield is drool-worthy. It’s something they should have done last season but the new coaching staff sees the potential and will be looking to exploit the mismatches that the local kid can create. Can’t wait to see more of this. #2) There have been a lot of nice things said from the players about the coaches, and it’s not just the normal “he’s a nice dude” type stuff. Veterans and rookies alike have expressed how the coaches have helped them to become better at their craft and have pushed them while also allowing them to make mistakes. The staff seems completely in control of what is going on and it is a breath of fresh air for everyone involved. #3) There have been some bumps and bruises but - knock on wood - there haven’t been any horrible injuries so far. We’ve also seen very little drama and even a shockingly low amount of fights in the trenches between teammates. It is a bit of luck but hopefully also a sign of things to come that we will have more positive things than negative ones to talk about in 2019 and beyond. The Denver Broncos (1-1) will host the San Francisco 49ers (1-0) in their third of five preseason games. This will also be the first game the Broncos will play at home." Denver Broncos PreseasonNFL preseasonPreseason: Live updates from 49ers at Broncos gameNew,464commentsThe Denver Broncos (1-1) will host the San Francisco 49ers (1-0) in their third of five preseason games. This will also be the first game the Broncos will play at home.MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Preseason: Live updates from 49ers at Broncos gameTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailCasey Barrett - Mile High ReportThe Denver Broncos will host the San Francisco 49ers for the 40th time in the preseason today. Both teams have a surprisingly similar make-up on offense too, with Broncos’ Offensive Coordinator Rich Scangarello coming from the Kyle Shanahan coaching tree.Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 Broncos shoeCheck out the new Broncos shoe from Nike!It is on defense where these two teams might diverge. Head Coach Vic Fangio and Defensive Coordinator Ed Donatell have great rapport and don’t even have to communicate at times as both will know exactly what the other wants in any given situation.“Really over the years, this is our ninth year together—we don’t do a lot of talking at the games,” Donatell said on Saturday. Certain things that will come up from a chess match that happened before and we may discuss it.
, and he’s operating. Maybe there’s some information that comes from the press box or if I see something in the plan that’s changed, then we will converse.”The issues with miscommunication and coaching gaffes we have seen from the Broncos the last two years should be a thing of the past. The defenses especially looks to be a well disciplined and talented unit. That should bode well for a turnaround in fortunes in Denver. Broncos vs. 49ers live updatesGame InfoEverything we know Tweets from Invalid consumer key/secret in configuration