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Can you wait until Thursday?

Postprzez zhangzk » Cz gru 05, 2019 7:41 am

The Broncos quarterback situation is back in the spotlight after Joe Flacco’s debacle of a performance in the 30-6 loss to the Chiefs last Thursday. Up ‘til this point the Flacco-stans have kept the wolves at bay with “he’s not the problem ,” but even they can no longer ignore he’s certainly a big part of it.Which got me to bugging the rest of the Mile High Report staff:What have you thought of Joe Flacco’s play for the Broncos so far this season? Should the Broncos start Drew Lock? When?Taylor Kothe: I was not a fan of the idea of bringing Flacco in, even as early as last December. Though I’ll admit I was pleasantly surprised by him early in the season, I’m unfortunately not surprised to see his issues mounting. While the OL has been incredibly erratic, the factor that has consistently hobbled the Broncos’ offense this year has been QB play on third downs and in the red zone. Flacco’s still a step up from the previous couple QBs, but only that: one step up. Lock should start if he’s actually ready to see regular season action. Starting him just to make a change or to evaluate him regardless of the context of his development and the O-line’s state, isn’t wise. If he’s not ready, let him sit and learn while we suffer through Flacco. Then do what’s necessary to get a great QB prospect in 2020 and let the two young guns compete.Ian St. Clair: Elway and the Broncos should file an exemption to allow Lock to start this week. The only evidence they need to present is the Thursday night game vs the Chiefs. Anyone watching that would then agree, “Yes, Denver deserves an exemption and Lock is allowed to play early.” Regardless of how Flacco played prior to last Thursday’s game is now irrelevant.Adam Malnati: I don’t know what else needs to be seen. Joe Flacco gave up on the Broncos against the Chiefs and should be cast out. Lock needs to start as soon as possible and should he the starter the rest of the way.Joe Mahoney: I echo Adam. It appeared to me that Flacco gave up on the team on Thursday night. So I want to evaluate Lock ASAP to see whether or not there is enough “there there” to make a decision on him. As an organization we can’t repeat the mistake that we made with Paxton Lynch. If the coaches and the front office knew that he was not the answer at QB and had no chance of ever being the answer, they should have said so and screamed it so that we could have moved on as as organization a lot sooner than we did.Kevin Gillikin: As I said 8 weeks ago, I don’t like Joe Flacco’s face. He doesn’t seem to inspire or lead anyone on the team and to further the echo, the guy gave up and should never take another snap in orange and blue. #JanoatQBLaurie Lattimore-Volkmann: I used to be of the mind that Lock should not start this season at all - because I thought Joe Flacco would be enough to get the Broncos a winning season. Used to be. After Thursday night’s game, it’s clear this team doesn’t have even the prayer of a postseason and Flacco is not “elite” enough to get the Broncos into playoff contention this season or next. So once Lock is healthy and ready to try out the NFL, I say throw him to the wolves and see what he’s capable of.Joe Rowles: It’s a complicated situation with Lock because I do believe his biggest issues are mechanical. Since his injury has meant he’s had little real practice reps with the rest of the team to even start to work out those issues, throwing him in early will probably just exacerbate them.Which leaves a huge cloud of doubt hanging over the entire quarterback position. Ideally, Flacco wouldn’t look like such a dumpster fire that the Broncos’ coaching staff gets pressured into throwing Lock to the wolves. Life in the NFL (and general) rarely goes according to plan though. With where things currently stand, Lock is still on Injured Reserve. If he stays on IR, it may be due to the coaching staff’s adamant belief that he needs a year of development OR it could be due to the fact that Flacco gives them the best chance to evaluate the rest of the young players on offense. If it winds up due to the former, look for Lock to hit his second camp as the starter or in a clear competition for the number one job. If it’s the latter, Elway will enter yet another crossroads at the QB position because he’ll probably have to decide if he believes in a second round pick enough to pass on what could be a generational 2020 class at the position. What do you think Broncos Country? Denver Broncos GM John Elway finds himself in good company with his 2019 NFL Draft class."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕NFL DraftBroncos Draft 2019The Best & Worst 2019 NFL Draft ClassesNew,30commentsDenver Broncos GM John Elway finds himself in good company with his 2019 NFL Draft class. The Best & Worst 2019 NFL Draft ClassesIf Lock hits his ceiling this class will send Denver back into the stratosphere. Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsIf the NFL Draft was easy everyone would contend for Super Bowls. Yet they don’t, in part because there’s so many teams that can’t seem to get out of their own way. Some of it is poor player development, but a lot of it is accumulating the wrong kind of players, or failing to address serious needs.So who had the most disappointing drafts?5. Atlanta Falcons & Cincinnati Bengals Neither team had a terrible draft as I liked their first selections. Both Chris Lindstrom and Jonah Williams should help bolster the offensive line. Where each team started to err was reaching for needs and forgetting value after that. Kaleb McGary is the kind of guy you root for, but on the field he’s probably a serviceable starter. Drew Sample is a blocking tight end that could exceed expectations as a receiver, but it’s all projection. 4. Pittsburgh SteelersI loved the Devin Bush selection if only because I believe Bush has a really good chance to be the best linebacker from this class. He’ll need to be to justify a 2019 2nd, 2020 3rd, and the 10th overall selection. After him, the Steelers had the kind of draft defenders will justify with Kevin Colbert’s track record and little else. Maybe Draft Twitter was way off the mark on Diontae Johnson’s value, I really doubt it. I liked Sutton Smith as a Day 3 project, and Justin Layne makes sense, but the rest of the class is pretty low ceiling.When you consider Colbert gave up Antonio Brown for pennies on the dollar, a dark cloud hangs over this class.3. Oakland RaidersThis ranking is a bit weird compared to the other’s on this list. All three of the Raiders first round picks could come in and start this year and I’ll still be watching the guys they passed on before I judge Mike Mayock a success. That’s how it goes when you pass on Ed Oliver for a low ceiling Edge rusher, Montez Sweat for a running back Phillip Lindsay Jersey White , and Jerry Tillery for a strong safety. The only picks I really loved (hated) for Oakland were their day 3 selections as both Isaiah Johnson and Maxx Crosby give them a couple of really high ceiling guys who could turn into studs if they develop.2.New York GiantsDave Gettleman is using a fan in a bagel shop to defend the Daniel Jones selection. That’s all you need to know about number 6. He traded back into the first for Deandre Baker, who may fit their scheme but seems to offer a low ceiling with some degree of risk. I liked Dexter Lawrence and think he could be a special player, but 17th overall felt pretty dang rich. Oshane Ximines did intrigue me. He’s coming to the league out of Old Dominion with advanced hand moves and a decent athletic profile. I also thought pretty highly of Julian Love and Darius Slayton. If I (or the vast majority of NFL fans) are right about Daniel Jones, one of these day 3 guys will need to emerge as a Hall of Famer for Dave Gettleman to retain his job. 1. Houston TexansI liked Kahale Warring. Charles Omenihu in the fifth makes sense. Outside of that they were left dumbstruck when the Eagles traded above them to grab Andre Dillard and never really recovered. It’s a shame because Deshaun Watson deserves so much more than what Bill O’Brien and Brian Gaine got for him this offseason. I don’t think any championship contender slid further. It’s not all doom and gloom though. Some team’s did everything right this weekend. Now it’s on the to cooks to make a great meal with the ingredients they’ve been given. Who gave their coaching staffs Kobe Beef?5. Los Angeles ChargersI mentioned yesterday that Broncos Country is lucky the Bolts don’t have a fanbase, and mean it. From a pure value standpoint it looks like Tom Telesco will have the two biggest first round steals of the last two drafts when it’s all said and done. It’s a bit strange how it all worked out. No one predicted Derwin James would fall to LA in 2018. Everyone but Pro Football Focus thought Jerry Tillery would fall to them in 2019. It isn’t as though that was the only good pick Telesco made, either. Nasir Adderly was expected by most to go to the Eagles in the first. He’ll give them a strong slot defender and could grow into a poor man’s Earl Thomas down the road. Trey Pipkins is a bit of a reach and a project but he was one of my favorite project tackles in this class. Drue Tranquill shouldn’t take long before finding a home so long as his knees hold up. He’s one of the better coverage players in this class. Even Easton Stick makes sense as a QB3 and Taysom Hill type. 4. Tennessee TitansThis one may split some opinions because Jeffery Simmons is unlikely to do much in 2019. It’s why I hated on the pick last Thursday because this team was so darn close to the playoffs last year. But Andrew Luck, Frank Reich, and Chris Ballard are in the division. If the Titans are going to keep up they’ll need to make long play moves and solid picks deeper down the board. They did just that in 2019, and I can’t take issue with any selection.Simmons gives them a top 5 talent so long as he can regain his form. Nate Davis could start early and has a lot of upside if he can iron out his technique. A.J. Brown gives Marcus Mariota much needed help in the receiving corps. Amani Hooker was my favorite pick, as I wrote here. D’Andre Walker will have an opportunity to refine his game under Mike Vrabel. David Long was a worthwhile flier in the 6th.3. Denver BroncosI’ve gone at length to explain my love for the Broncos class in multiple places recently, so instead of just repeating myself here I wanted to do a little exercise. If everything goes to plan, the Broncos starting lineup in 2020 will look like this:QB: Drew LockQB2: Brett RypienRB1: Phillip LindsayRB2: Royce FreemanTE1: Noah FantTE2: Jeff HeuermanRT: Ja’Wuan James RG: Dalton Risner C: Connor McGovernLG: Ronald LearyLT: Garett BollesX WR: Courtland SuttonZ WR: Tim Patrick Slot WR: DaeSean HamiltonFB: Andy JanovichCB1: Chris HarrisCB2: Isaac YiadomCB3: Bryce CallahanS: Kareem JacksonS: Justin SimmonsS3: Will ParksLB: Todd DavisLB: Josey Jewell, Justin Hollins, X?Edge: Bradley ChubbDL: Dre’Mont JonesDL: Shelby HarrisEdge: Von MillerEven when you stop to consider the uncertain contract situations with both Harris’, Leary, Simmons, Emmanuel Sanders and the majority of the defensive line, that is a really exciting foundation. Especially if you add in the $60+ Million in cap space Denver could have to play with in 2020. 2.Baltimore RavensAs you’ll notice if you check out my Way Too Early Power Rankings today, the Baltimore Ravens were the biggest riser. There’s a big reason for that. Eric Decosta stole a lot of my favorite players out from under everyone’s noses. First there’s Miles Boykin, who was my favorite pick of their class.Even the picks I didn’t list made a lot of sense. Justice Hill got some love from Kyle Crabbs of The Draft Network and gives Baltimore some serious juice in the backfield behind Jackson.1. Indianapolis ColtsI made this point on Twitter yesterday, but it sure looks like Chris Ballard has been playing 5 Dimensional Chess since coming on the job last year. First he moved down from 3 to 6 in order to give the New York Jets their franchise quarterback, which gave him a ton of draft capital. Then he hit on Quenton Nelson, Darius Leonard and others in the 2019 class. He followed that up with what looks like an even more impressive haul in 2020. I mentioned it yesterday.Rock Ya-Sin also makes a ton of sense for Indy. Many had him pegged as a first round talent and he’ll give them a corner who offers the potential to man up on defenders. Ballard did all this while gathering another future second round pick from Washington. It’s hardly fair, but he can only play by the rules we set for him. 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