Among the "arguments" Krieger advances: Brandon Marshall has outplayed his rookie contract and deserves more money now; the Broncos look terrible on paper; teams are supposed to try to GET Pro Bowl players, not trade them away (oh, SNAP!); the Marshall and Cutler situations are of a piece; and the Broncos organization has successfully "demonized" Marshall -- even though it's been their stance thus far to remain silent on the issue of his contract. That, and it certainly wasn't the Broncos front office who has been repeatedly arrested for alleged domestic violence incidents. Anyway, you get the picture. It was an embarrassing attempt by Krieger to fit in with national pundits, and a compelling argument for the death of media organs like the Post: note how there is no mention from Krieger of Marshall's hip surgery, and no mention that Marshall has a court date coming up in August. Instead, the suggestion is that McDaniels doesn't want Marshall and that he is intent on destroying the franchise. Maybe this hack reads the comments threads at his paper. Epic FAIL for Krieger, and a bitter pill for informed Broncos fans to swallow, as Krieger gives the media some local cachet to bolster their narrative. Meanwhile, anybody who's been paying attention knows that what we just witnessed was the product of a media feedback loop -- itself a product of laziness and sensationalism. Pitiful.