I am going to start this post by saying I am not a big Kyle Orton fan, mainly because I do not think he can take us to the next level, but I have to say my respect for him is growing after this interview.
It was done on the Fan in Denver (104.3 FM) during Scott and Al's show. Bubby Brister was also sitting in during the interview asking Kyle some questions. What really impressed me was when they started talking about the Int's and Kyle took the blame for them. If you listen at one point Bubby starts to say stuff about Graham taking some of the blame because of he did not do something, and Orton jumps right in and says no it is all me Graham did what he needed to on that play. That really impressed me because it is how it should be. You can see why Urhlacher had so much resect for him in Chicago.
Other things that were touched on in the interview was the play calling difference between Orton and Simms, Kyle stated that it was partially by design and partially becasue of the base defense SF lined up in regularly against Orton. He also talks about what it is like having a coach that has his back and stands up for him and Kyle's early feedback on the defense. If you are at all familiar with this show you know there can be more style than substance but today they gave a good amount of both and this was just a small piece of it. Earlier in the show both Scott and Al feel that Chris Baker and Spencer Larsen are going to be "surprise" starters by the end of the season. Which I have to agree with and hope we see soon.
I know this post does not have a lot of deep info but if it can make me see Orton in new light maybe it can do it for others. Plus it is refreshing to have a local athlete/coach take the blame as opposed to how Gary Barnett and Clint Hurdle would constantly blame others for loses.
Here is the link, I am not that technical so it is probable not formatted correctly.