Are you aware that Denver has a record of 5-1 against the Pats since the start of 2001? Not bad at all. Now throw in the thoughts of Mike Klis in his Denver Post article about the secrecy of the Denver Broncos training, and you might see more than a coincidence.
I had thought this post might be more of a fanshot at first, but I think there is an awful lot of food for thought here.
Here is a good thought on how well Graham did, and how well he might do:
He had 24 catches as a blocking tight end for the 7-9 Broncos in 2007, even though he essentially missed the final three games with a high ankle sprain.
"I feel real good," he said. "The offense is coming much easier to me this year. I don't have to stop and think about what I'm supposed to do like I did at this time last year. I'm much more relaxed and comfortable with the system. I think we're going to have a real good offense this year."
In fact, this is a decent article for the Post. With Williamson out of the picture, and with Klis still on board, I think we can expect better from the Denver Post now.
Any thoughts on Graham? Any thoughts on our chances against the Pats this year?