Who Should The Broncos Pursue This Offseason?
This year, the Denver Broncos' defensive side of the ball has hit a new low compared to recent years and has more holes then almost any other team (excluding the Detroit Lions of course.)
This year the free agent pool on the defensive side of the ball is above average and has multiple promising players. The draft could easily help bolster the D and set up the team for a great defense within a few years.
This is a short list of players who would benefit and enhance "Enver's Efense" because we all know they had NO "D" this year.
Julius Peppers is a one-of-a-kind talent in this year's free agent pool. He has accumulated 14-and-a-half sacks this year and has only had LESS than 10 sacks twice through his seven-year career.
Interesting Fact: He had 10 of his sacks in the second half of his games this year.
The perfect word to describe this linebacker. He has tremendous speed and pursuit, plus he delivers some hard-hitting blows. This is an explosive player who would enhance a below-par linebacking crew and help the Broncos force some turnovers.
Yet another hard-hitter out of USC, Mays would be a vast improvement over any of the free safeties who played this year including: Marlon McCree, Karl Paymah, and Calvin Lowry. Josh Barrett should be kept around for awhile longer, but the rest are clearly extra fat to be cut.
Although it is highly unlikely that Haynesworth will opt out of resigning with the Titans, who have had a stellar year, we Denver fans can still wonder what he would look like in the blue and orange. His size alone is imposing and he also forced three fumbles along with eight-and-a-half sacks this year.
Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders
1. Never underestimate the power of a good cheerleading squad on your side!
2. The Chop block may be illegal, but the **** block isn't!
3. After many people have acclaimed these girls as the finest the NFL has to offer, I wouldn't mind having them on our side to distract the other team during warm-ups. It works for the Cowboys.
4. Sadly....I bet they would play better defense then what our players did this year.