MHR Poll of the Week for July 31, 2011: Which Move Was Best?

KANSAS CITY, MO - FILE: If he would just lowered his hand 20-30 degrees it would be a salute, which I think we need to see more of around Mile High. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

FINALLY! So we have a new CBA in place, training camp started last week and the Broncos have begun making moves, or not making moves depending on what you were expecting. Either way, last week I asked you what type of article you'd like to see more of around Mile High Report. We got great feedback on this one:

Answer: Votes Percentage
Statistical Review
60 16%
Educational Pieces
123 32%
Opinion and Prediction
188 49%
Other 12 3%
Total: 383 100%

 

We can see that there was no 80% blowout this week, and most comments just said they wanted more content, but more prediction and opinion pieces was the winner here, taking home 49% and 188 votes. Educational Pieces and Statistical Reviews followed, going home with 32% and 16% respectively.

But that's in the past, we are in the present now, let's get to work!

So we've had a few days for the Broncos to make some post-lockout moves, this week I'm having you choose which one you think was the best move. Here's a brief review for you:

Free Agents:

- K Matt Prater signed his tender

- LB Wesley Woodyard signed his tender

- DT Ryan McBean signed his tender

- RB Willis McGahee signed to a three-year contract

- WR David Anderson signed to an unknown contract

Trades:

- Traded WR Jabar Gaffney to Washington for DE Jeremy Jarmon

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