Sorry if this has been posted before, but I thought it'd be nice to take a look back. The 2000's were tough, especially recently, but it had its bright spots. Just think how different things would be if we didn't get embarrassed by the Steelers in '05...
QB: Jake Plummer. The only other option would be Jay Cutler, but I'd rather have someone who cared more about the game then himself. Jake was a classy guy and I will forever respect him.
RB: Clinton Portis. It really didn't matter who we had running for us, Ruben Droughns, Mike Anderson, Tatum Bell, Olandis Gary, they all were productive. However, Portis stands out.
WR: Rod Smith
WR: Brandon Marshall
WR: Ed McCaffrey
TE: Shannon Sharpe
OL: Tom Nalen; Dan Neil; Matt Lepsis; Ben Hamilton(early years); Ryan Clady
DL: Trevor Price; Bertrand Berry; Elvis Dumervil
LB: Ian Gold; Al Wilson; Dj Williams; John Mobley
DB: Champ Bailey; Andre Goodman; John Lynch; Brian Dawkins; Darrent Williams (<3)
K: Jason Elam
P: Todd Sauerbruen(when tackling people); We go through punters like crazy.. Micah Knorr, Tom Rouen, Brett Kern, Mitch Berger, Paul Ernster... Tough to decide..
Return Man: Eddie Royal; Deltha O'Neil (I'll always remember his game against the panthers)
Best moment: Denver Beating the Patriots in the 2005 playoffs and the season Champ had. Todd Sauerbruen's tackle was amazing.
Worst moment: Darrent Williams dying after Denver losing to the 49ers.. Broke my heart. R.I.P
Again sorry if this was done previously. I didn't find it searching through the posts.
Let us hope for a better decade. :)
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