I was reading a couple articles that have recently been posted namely ST&NO and some bear and I got to thinking.
1. The old Switcheroo: Would it not be interesting if the Guard (Seth Olsen) we drafted and the Center (Blake Schlueter) we drafted were to switch places. Their scouting report on both these players seem to point to their strength as being the opposite of what they were currently playing.
Olsen was seen as a big strong player who was Great in a PHONE BOOTH. (I remember that quote inparticular). His weakness on the other hand was adjusting his body to play in space. http://www.milehighreport.com/2009/4/26/854507/denver-broncos-select-seth-olsen-g. To me this just screamed Center. The guys will have to play to his weakness to play the Zone as well as Pull if he were to be a guard. The problems of moving him to Center would be the position and Hiking change as well as his Height of 6'6''.
Schlueter other hand is great at playing in space and have the athletic ability and speed to quickly get to the second level. From what I have read about him http://www.milehighreport.com/2009/4/26/854874/denver-broncos-select-c-blake he reminds me of Ben Hamilton who was orginally a center. His 4.7 speed and grittiness will be interest to see at any position.
2. Part of me thinks that one of the two TEs (Graham or Scheffler) will be trade or released before the first game in September. Quinn was drafted quite high and if he makes an early impact I could see Graham being traded away for a drafted pick. I would be really sad to see Graham go but the cost to keep him plus a possible replacement for him and a decent market value for TEs might make him a business casualty.
While Scheffler does have some injury concerns, he is an decent blocker who adds a great versatile receiving threat. I have seen some clips http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3_OP1JCs9o where defenses give him quite a bit of space off the line because they are afraid of his receiving abilities. Scheffler could line up anywhere between the tackles and sideline and be productive.
3. I currently live in Nova Scotia, Canada and I was recently found that we have a real treasure hunt going on out here and it been on going for over 200 years. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oak_Island Oak Island seems pretty crazy if you read the full article. I was ride the bus telling my friend about it today about Oak Island when another passenger started telling me about how he was part of a dig in 1983 that dug down 180 feet and came across steel bars before the water gushed in. The reason I post this is not only might it interest some Bronco Fans but I was interested to know if there were any similar sites out in the rest of the MHR world?