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Which Broncos draft will be more productive: 2018 or 19?

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1st & 10 @ 10 took the case to court on Friday on Orange and Blue 760. Broncos legend Steve Atwater presided.

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Once again, 1st & 10 @ 10 court was in session.

For Friday’s trial in the Honorable Steve Atwater’s courtroom: Which NFL Draft class will be more productive for the Denver Broncos — 2018 or 2019?

Ryan Edwards presented the case for the 2018 class; while Andrew Mason did so for just selected 2019 class. As to pertains to me, I think John Elway and his staff nailed both drafts, if it all goes according to plan, the 2019 class has a chance to be the most productive. You now only got a game-changing tight end in the first round, you got a defense-wrecking guard in the second. Oh, and you got Drew Lock, whom everyone hopes it the Broncos quarterback of the future. Hence the statement: If it all goes according to plan.

In the meantime, the Orange and Blue 760 court session was well done and worth the listen. And isn’t it fun to talk about consecutive drafts that Elway and Co. killed?

Bonus listen

MHR’s Tim Lynch joined the guys to chat about the draft.

Poll

Which Broncos draft will be more productive?

This poll is closed

  • 28%
    2018
    (263 votes)
  • 16%
    2019
    (153 votes)
  • 55%
    Both will kick ass!
    (515 votes)
931 votes total Vote Now