Upon thinking about the events of the day I've come to ask this question, "How is Denver at Wide Receiver?" I do believe that we may have put to much emphasis on the Brandon Marshall being with the scout team defense and not knowing the playbook story after listening to McDaniel's after practice comments. But it brings to forefront a very real situation, that Denver may have to play the year without Brandon Marshall. Is Denver loaded enough at this position to be able to survive the loss of Brandon Marshall if it so happens?
Jabar Gaffney : Some say they are disappointed with Gaffney's performance in last Friday's game. My question is was the fact he was almost invisible by design? He is probably one of the guys McDaniel's is most familiar with and therefore needs to evaluate the least.
Brandon Lloyd : To me sounds impressive in what he can do. He was a starter, I believe, for Chicago last season. Which doesn't say much, but that he can start for some teams.
Brandon Stokley : Ideal slot receiver but is possibly 1 concussion away from the end of his career.
Kenny McKinley : Has shown himself to be a promising rookie.
Nate Swift : See McKinley.
Chad Jackson : Closest in size to Marshall.
There is Sheffler and Hillis that can play wide receiver if a situation calls for a big receiver. So what do you think, can Denver survive the loss of Marshall or do they need his size and play-making ability?