There's nothing more this time of year that grinds Bronco Mike's gears more than armchair GM's that treat free agency like a game of Madden. Now to some extent we're all guilty of pie in the sky hopes and wants but there are some folks out there that think every marquis name out there could wind up in orange and blue next year. Cue my anger:
I still don't get Broncos fans that wanted DeSean...where would he have fit? You don't resign Caldwell, sign Sanders with Jackson in mind.— Mike G (@Bronco_Mike251) March 30, 2014
You know while you're at it why not just sign every WR that hits the market, then trade a couple of 2nds for Mike Wallace...— Mike G (@Bronco_Mike251) March 30, 2014
You could make room for him by restructuring the deals of Ware and Talib while tricking out some high priced ho's GTAV style— Mike G (@Bronco_Mike251) March 30, 2014
Hey why not give Randy Moss a ring? We can be the first team ever to field a 6WR set...that also kills the LG problem as there is no LG— Mike G (@Bronco_Mike251) March 30, 2014
When in doubt folks, just say no to stupid!
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