Denver Broncos

Denver Broncos Should Put F-Bomb On Yearbook Cover (Humor)

ENGLEWOOD, CO - MAY 03:  Head coach Josh McDaniels of the Denver Broncos oversees practice during minicamp at the Broncos training facility on May 3, 2009 in Englewood, Colorado.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Walker DanielsCorrespondent IJune 17, 2009

By now, you've probably all heard about the school that put the f-bomb on the yearbook cover. While the Shaker Heights Raider Nation yearbook cover is a sneaky move, the Denver Broncos might be ready to follow suit very shortly. And the NFL season hasn't even started yet.

The Broncos yearbook already includes some of the most disastrous moves. The NFL odds for the Broncos to win Super Bowl XLIV are dropping by the second.

First, they fired head coach Mike Shanahan at the end of last season and replaced him with 32-year-old Josh McDaniels. Shanahan had led the Broncos to two Super Bowls and had never won less than six games in a season, but surely McDaniels will break that streak in his first year.

McDaniels first order of business was to acquire his pretty-boy project Matt Cassel, which failed. But in doing so, he pissed off current Pro Bowl quarterback and now former face of the franchise, Jay Cutler. So they traded him away.

Now, another Pro Bowler, wide receiver Brandon Marshall, wants out as well. And the team has granted his trade wish.

So what has the Broncos offseason come to so far? They have made their peace to a potential Hall of Fame coach and two players who have the potential to make several Pro Bowls.

Well, at least they got Brian Dawkins to improve their 30th-ranked scoring defense. 

When it's all said and done, sportsbook odd makers may rate this as the worst offseason in NFL history. Yes, to some that might come as crazy as Shaq MMA rumors. But the truth is, it has in fact been that bad.

 

 

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