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ESPN: Broncos Got Better QB in Chicago Deal

On today's ESPN: Football Today podcast, host Ross Tucker says that the Broncos got the better QB in the Chicago trade, which he described as "the most all time lopsided trade of all time".  Guest Adam Schefter agrees with Tucker that Kyle Orton is a better quarterback than Jay Cutler but goes on to rip the Broncos for having wasted the two draft picks that they got in the deal.

The discussion of the Broncos starts around 42:20.

In this podcast they also discuss Ryan Torain, of whom Shanahan told Schefter "had a chance to be the next Terrell Davis" and the great job that Rick Dennison is doing with Houston on their run game.

I know that many of us on MHR think that the media tends to have an anti-Bronco bias.  This is probably the most favorable comment on the team from a mainstream media source that I can recall.  I wonder whether this view will start to be accepted as a mainstream view over the next couple of years?

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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