Friday, July 11, 2008

Links! 07/11/08

Inevitably this will bury a couple of posts from yesterday, but check out Sam's Breakdown of Denver's linebackers and special teams (or just keep scrolling down after this post). There are also two In His Own Words featuring Marlon McCree and Jamie Winborn down there somewhere.

Came across this little ditty, highlights from Superbowl XII (Denver vs. Dallas), fun to watch, it's just under ten minutes. Elway really had a horrible game (kidding youngins, that's Roger Staubach's former backup Craig Morton). Take some time and see the Orange Crush, Staubach, Tony Dorsett, oh and some Dallas defenders too. Look at those three point stances for the receivers (good times)!:

Onto the links:

Mike Shanahan comes to Brandon Marshall's aide:
"I can't go into great detail, for obvious reasons, but Brandon has a good upside and he's a real good kid," said Shanahan. "I feel very good where Brandon's at. I think he'll be fine."

"He's had problems with one person over and over again, and hopefully he's smart enough to stay away from her," Shanahan said.
Jay Cutler calls him out for the second time publicly this off-season:
"Once or twice — you could live with that," Cutler says. "You say people make mistakes, but I mean it's been three, four, five times. I don't know how many times he's at right now, so I don't know what's gonna happen. I don't know if Mike's going to do anything. I don't know if the league's going to do anything. I just hope he gets his act together, cause it'd be a shame for him to waste all that talent."
Then Shanahan comments on Cutler and himself:
"I think every quarterback has that pressure going into his third year. You feel comfortable with the offense, the system, the players," he said. "The pressure on any quarterback or head coach that third year is you have to perform, you have to play well."

2 comments:

Garrett Barnes said...

Congrats Ian! You won a Bronco Madness Award!

Ian said...

Thanks guys =)

http://broncomadness.com/2008/07/11/broncos-blogger-awards-day-3/