Let's face it, the Denver Broncos in 2011 are basically an expansion team. Josh McDaniels completely ripped apart a once proud organization, reduced it to nothing and now we're starting over. It's kind of like the old Broncos moved to another city, and now we've been awarded a new franchise and are going through the growing pains. Except this expansion team came with a dysfunctional set of players who aren't capable of competing at the NFL level.
The talent level is atrocious, the play is embarrassing and until EFX have their players, we will not have total buy in from the coaching staff or front office. I'd venture to say that most every player attached to McDaniels, with the exception of a few, will not be here next year. Moreno, Beadles, Walton, Larsen, Dawkins, Goodman and even Tebow will most likely be shipped out for people that better fit the mold of what Elway, Fox and Xanders want.
So the rest of this season has been reduced to a 9 game evaluation process. Those who can play will probably stick around, those who can't (and most of them can't) will be sent packing. It's like a 9 game scouting combine.
The hope is, within a few years, the new Broncos will start to resemble the old organization that was always competitive, dominated at home and were exciting to watch every Sunday.