It's been a long time since I've seen a team chock full of talent at a single position, but the Philadelphia Eagles are exactly that—a team with too much talent at quarterback.
After failing to surpass eight wins for the second year in a row, the Broncos are rethinking their offensive weapons, and Kyle Orton is no exception. Last year, the Broncos shocked the sports world by trading their franchise quarterback Jay Cutler to Chicago in exchange for Orton and draft picks.
After winning their first five games, it looked like new head coach Josh McDaniels knew something the rest of us didn't. Orton somehow looked better in blue and orange and was showing us quarterbacking skills we'd never seen from him before.
Then the losses came. It was as if the plug that held the flood had been pulled and suddenly the leaks in the Denver offense were evident. Now there are talks that the front office is considering bringing in a new quarterback by way of free agency, trade, or draft. In other words, whatever it takes.
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