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A couple weeks ago I looked at the question of who could be gone if Elway had a fire sale. Demaryius Thomas has been the guy to garner all the headline attention and for good reason Jeff Heuerman Color Rush Jersey , but here’s a list of other names management could explore dealing. This isn’t necessarily a list of players I’d advocate for moving so much as a list of guys who aren’t likely contributing to the next Broncos team that is seriously contending for Super Bowls. If winning (big) is all that matters in the NFL, it’s fair to wonder if they’re more valuable as trade chips. Bradley Roby Darian Stewart Tramaine BrockEmmanuel SandersMax Garcia Billy Turner Derek Wolfe Domata Peko Shelby Harris Zach Kerr Brandon Marshall Todd Davis Then there is Matt Paradis, Shane Ray, and Shaquil Barrett. If Elway isn’t sold on resigning any of them getting any potential value at this point would be a boon. It’s unlikely Denver suddenly deals all the above names, but the fans clamoring for a blowup need to realize those are the guys that could reasonably move if it did indeed happen. A few trades from the above and the 2018 Broncos go from “good bad team” to dumpster fire pretty quickly. The schedule is a mixed bag going forward with the Chargers, Steelers, and Bengals games looming large. Even the Texans look scary, although the fact their team looks more like a M.A.S.H unit definitely helps Denver’s chances. It’s entirely possible for the Broncos to claw their way back to a respectable 8-8 if things go right Menelik Watson Jersey , outside of those toss up tough games there remains dates with the 49ers, Browns and Raiders. In many ways, tomorrow marks a crossroads for Elway as much as this year’s roster. If the 2018 offseason was a short term fix to chase respectability Tuesday’s trade deadline is a chance to finalize that decision. Picks are nothing more than potential but if I’ve learned anything about the NFL draft it doesn’t hurt to have as many lottery tickets as possible. If Elway is looking to make a move up and grab a Quarterback like Justin Herbert in 2019, those extra picks would come in handy. With a 30-year old journeyman under center, the Broncos have to be considered the absolute lowest he’d fall in next year’s draft, if he declares.Even with the Thursday Night beating in mind, It remains an open question if Josh Rosen would have been the smarter long term move at 5 last year. There’s a certain part of me that will admit it made sense for the chemistry of the team to grab a veteran and an immediate impact defender like Brandon Chubb. The rookie looks like a franchise building block, just as Courtland Sutton https://www.broncosfanstore.com/Darian-Stewart-Jersey , Royce Freeman and Phillip Lindsay do.That may be what hurts the most about Keenum. If he looked anything like the signal caller he was for the Vikings, Denver would be competing with the Chiefs for the division. Instead they moved from the dregs of the league to outer fringe. It’s painful, but don’t let the trees cause you to miss the forest. Keenum has at least solidified the 2018 quarterback position enough that other talent on the offense has shown through. That wasn’t the case in 2017. What that does going forward is allow management to identify the parts of the roster that are worth building around for 2019 and 2020.On to the linksDenver Broncos: 3 winners, 6 losers in 30-23 loss to Chiefs - Mile High ReportOne big takeaway from Broncos loss to Chiefs is play calling - Mile High Report‘Self-inflicted wounds’ infuriate Broncos after dropping second tough loss to Chiefs - Mile High ReportDenver Broncos: John Elway’s legacy at risk; must find a franchise QB - Mile High ReportI may need to dodge a rock or two for this, but I’d venture an opinion that Elway has already directly harmed his own legacy. As a GM he decided to roll with Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch two straight seasons instead of signing a starting caliber quarterback in free agency. Whether you agree or disagree with Colin Kaepernick’s stance against police brutality, Elway could have signed him. He didn’t.Demaryius Thomas addresses impact of trade rumors as deadline nearsPlayers attracting interest ahead of trade deadline - NFL.comNew England Patriots emerging as trade partner for Demaryius Thomas - Mile High ReportNFL Week 8: Redskins rising, Rams relentless, more | SI.comAudibles at the Line: Week 8 | Football OutsidersNFL Week 8 Grades: Saints earn high mark for road win; Jameis Winston gets an ‘F’ for interception meltdown - CBSSports.comNFL trade deadline: 7 deals for players that top teams should makeLincoln Riley: I don’t have the NFL itch right now – ProFootballTalkA quick look at the TexansHouston Texans Injury News: The Latest On Will Fuller Max Garcia Color Rush Jersey , Johnathan Joseph, Zach Cunningham - Battle Red Blog2 of the 3 definitely won’t play against the Broncos.Injury Aftermath: Week 8 | Football OutsidersA look around the rest of the WestChiefs’ Patrick Mahomes off to historic start to season - NFL.comEverywhere I’ve looked this season the media has been praising Mahomes and every time I see a Broncos fan response to it is that they’re tired of it. May need to get used to it. He’s going to be around for a long, long time.Kansas City Chiefs beat Denver Broncos: 12 winners and 12 losers - Arrowhead PrideColts-Raiders announcer drops perfect ‘Billy Madison’ reference after Jack Doyle TD - SBNation.comDerek Carr answers his critics but Raiders’ defense requires he be ‘perfect’ - Silver And Black Pride49ers-Raiders Could Be Worst Prime-Time Game in NFL History - NBC Bay Area49ers-Raiders will test Bay Area’s diminishing patience Thursday night | NBCS Bay AreaThe Rivers run deep this year - Bolts From The BlueReport: Joey Bosa not close to returningIt says a lot about the Chargers and Rivers that they’re winning without their best player.A look around the rest of the leagueJameis Winston’s Future With the Bucs | Over the CapCould Winston pique Elway’s interest? Latest NFL Trade Deadline Rumors: Collins reportedly on trading block | SI.comRams are one win away from having a stranglehold on the NFC – ProFootballTalkSaquon Barkley has a good shot at 1,000 yards both rushing and receiving – ProFootballTalkGiants call lack of O-line protection ‘unacceptable’ - NFL.comMyles Garrett: Browns had wrong approach on D - NFL.comReport: Gregg Williams expected to be Browns interim – ProFootballTalkAdrian Peterson passes Tony Dorsett as NFL’s No. 9 all-time rusherRyan Tannehill throwing, no word on status for Week Nine yet – ProFootballTalkEric Reid expounds on his Malcolm Jenkins “sellout” remarks – ProFootballTalkRussell Wilson: Seahawks team reminds me of 2012 - NFL.comNFL considering idea of ‘London Season Ticket’ featuring multiple Jaguars games - CBSSports.comIn case you missed “Mock Draft Monday”Denver Broncos: 3 & Out with The Draft Network’s Benjamin Solak - Mile High ReportSikkema’s 2019 Mock Draft 3.0 - The Draft Network2019 NFL mock draft: Will the Giants finally land a new QB? - SBNation.com The Chargers have had to work hard, but they do have the halftime lead.Keenan Allen‘s 4-yard touchdown pass from Philip Rivers with 2:39 remaining in the second quarter has the Chargers in the locker room with a 13-7 advantage.Allen was penalized for using a fan’s championship belt to celebrate.Los Angeles also got two field goals from Michael Badgley, who is 17-for-17 on all kicks this season. He made field goals of 46 and 45 yards and a PAT.The Chargers’ 25 missed kicks since 2017 are the most in the NFL in that span.However, the Chargers’ special teams did cost them a second consecutive week. A week after Raiders punter Johnny Townsend ran for 42 yards on a fake punt Bradley Chubb Jersey , the Chargers watched Broncos punter Colby Wadman throw a pass to fullback Andy Janovich for a 12-yard gain on fourth-and-five. It resulted in the Broncos’ only touchdown as Phillip Lindsay ran for a 41-yard touchdown on the next play. The Broncos, though, have struggled to move the ball. They have only six first downs and 131 yards as Case Keenum has completed 9 of 17 passes for 56 yards.The Denver defense has kept the Broncos in the game, with three sacks of Rivers, including one by Von Miller and one by Bradley Chubb, and a Chris Harris interception of Rivers. Rivers is 14-of-24 for 231 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Mike Williams has two catches for 56 yards and Allen five for 52 yards and a touchdown as six different players have caught passes.
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