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Orton or Simms against San Diego?



The status of Kyle Orton's sprained ankle is still up in the air for the Broncos Chargers game.

Obviously, the Broncos are going to be better with Orton starting the game if he is mobile. McDaniels can put Orton into the Shotgun more than usual, but Orton still has to have some mobility to play effectively against the Chargers.

Orton's ankle injury is apparently not as bad as the one he had last year with the Bears. Orton also had originally injured the ankle against the Ravens a couple of weeks ago.

Simms did not look good against the Redskins, but all the additional practice he has had this week should help him to improve. Simms was playing well in preseason, and Simms led the Bucs into the playoffs in 2002.

If Simms cannot complete more passes then the Broncos have to bring in Brandstater.

The only way the Broncos win this game is if LT is held below 100 yards, and the pass rush improves. Rivers cannot be allowed to just sit back in the pocket and pick the secondary apart.

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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