Head Coach: Greg Mattison - Current Def. Coord for the Baltimore Ravens
So forget 2010 here is my starting lineup for the 2011 Denver Broncos. This is kind of a dream lineup, I hope we pull a few pieces in trades of Orton and Champ to make this work...
Offensive Coordinator: David Cutcliffe - Current Head Coach of the Duke Blue Devils
Defensive Coordinator: Wink Martindale (with heavy oversight from Mattison.
QB: Tim Tebow - Orton showed me today that he is finished in Denver, more on what we can get for him later.
2nd String QB: Brady Quinn - Forever the backup
#1 RB: Knowshon Moreno - Fumble problem must end NOW. Would love to see him start a season healthy, what kind of tone can he set?
#2 RB: LaMichael James - Oregon's speedster worth a 2nd round selection
FB: Spencer Larsen - not often used, but serviceable.
#1 WR: Brandon Lloyd - a consistent stud all year
#2 WR: Bay Bay Thomas - Hoping he is healthy, fast, and ready to emerge
Slot WR: Eddie Royal - Had a good statistical 2010, continues into 2011.
#4 WR: Eric Decker - Going to be Ed McCaffrey's second coming with time.
LT: Clady - look up mammoth in the dictionary and Clady's picture appears.
LG: Beadles - I hope... really hope, he gets a full season of work as an LG.
C: J.D. Walton - Tremendous job as a rookie, should anchor this position for a decade
RG: Davin Joseph - Currently a Buccaneer, realistic possibility to be a Bronco
DEFENSE (3-4 allignment presumed)
RE: Big Vick- Not as high quality as I'd like, but as long as he is the weak link this front 7 can go.
NT: Jamal Williams / Jerrell Powe - Williams can't play every down, Powe is a 3rd rounder
LE: Marcell Dareus - Powerful first round pick
Line depth: Marcus Thomas, Justin Bannan, (Powe), maybe a later round rookie
LOLB: Elvis Dumervil - I have missed you so much... Next year he really will make everyone look better
ILB: DJ Williams - Needs a chance to redeem himself with a defense first head coach
ILB: Joe Mays - I want the freight train to be a starter, yeah he will miss assignments sometimes, but that intensity is hard to replace. (a coach like Mattison will adore him).
ROLB: Robert Ayers - has quietly shown some fine improvement as a linebacker. with Doom on the opposite side, Ayers will flourish next year.
#1 CB: Antonio Chromartie - With Revis and first round pick Wilson on the roster for the long term, Chromartie is the odd man out in New York. I am fairly certain Champ is involved in a sign and trade to a contender before camps open next off season.
#2 CB: Perrish Cox - Hate his personal issues, love his football
FS: Darcell McBath - Year 3, show me you belong.
Nickel CB: Squid - Only piece on defense that played with any heart today.
DB depth: Dawk, Hill, Vaughn, Jalil Brown (5th round pick from Colorado),