Broncos Letter to Santa

Dear Santa,

I know it is getting late in the season to ask for presents, but I thought I might submit a late list with hopes of seeing these presents in April or May next year. I have to thank you for last year's presents of a new coach, operating manager, and Von Miller and a healthy Elvis Dumerville. So let me get started.

·TJ McDonald, FS, USC

1. A pass catching TE – After seeing Tebow’s former teammate Aaron Hernandez tear up our defense, I would love to see something similar in Orange and Blue next season. Some possible models that may be nice to see under the draft tree include:

· Orson Charles, TE, Georgia

· Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri

· Ladarius Green, TE, University Louisiana- LA

Some used models that might also be nice include:

· Jermichael Finley, TE, Green Bay

2. An athletic play making safety, watching our current crop of safeties is frustrating to say the least when Brian Dawkins isn’t playing. The wish list includes:

· LaRon Landry, S, Washington

· Michael Griffen, S, Tennessee

Some newer models that might be nice include:

  • Markell Martin, FS, Oklahoma State

· Robert Lester, FS, Alabama

· Ray Ray Armstrong, SS, Miami

· Mark Barron, SS, Alabama

3. A great all around back, Willis McGhee has far exceeded our expectations, but he is starting to show his wear and tear, some possibilities include:

· Lamar Miller, RB, Miami

· Chris Polk, RB, Washington

· LaMichael James, RB, Oregon

Some older models that may also be nice include:

· Matt Forte, RB, Chicago

· Peyton Hillis, RB, Cleveland

· Ryan Grant, RB, Green Bay

4. Next lets talk about maybe a DT, while our group is generally OK, they aren’t spectacular, although with Ty Warren and Kevin Vickerson in the mix next season, they should be better, but having a guy that can rush the passer from the inside, would be great. Some possibilities include:

· Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State

· Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson

· Devon Still, DT, Penn State

· Alameda Ta’amu, DT, Washington

5. And last but not least, a few good O-linemen. While our O-line has excelled in run blocking generally, they still have not been very consistent pass blocking and when facing an athletic front like the Jets or Bears, they have struggled with having consistent run blocking. Some possibilities include:

· Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia

· Kelechi Osemele, OG, Iowa State

· Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford

· Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State

· Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin

· Ben Jones, C, Georgia

Again Santa, would just like to say thanks in advance, I know you are super busy this time of year, so, again, if we get these presents next year, I am fine. But could you see your way to maybe getting us an early Christmas present this week, and give us a win in Buffalo?



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