As the media clamors over whether or not the Denver Broncos should start rookie quarterback Tim Tebow, and others are trying to figure out creative ways to hate Kyle Orton, it is time to look beyond the present.
After all, Christmas is approaching, and although there will not be any yuletide cheer offered by our beloved Broncos this season, it is still imperative to focus on the positive, leave the negative behind and concentrate on one infallible truth—there is indeed always next year!
In order to fully grasp the concept of this sentiment and allow for it to take full effect, one must do away with the troubles of the present and look to a brighter, more positive mindset that could seem as near as the orange sunset to the optimist yet as far away as the moon to those who wish to dwell.
Forget this season—it is over. There is nothing that can be done to eradicate the horrors of the Josh McDaniels regime.
While the Broncos flirt with the notion of having their worst record since before the merger, it is now time to examine what this tumultuous season has left them with. As the offseason fast approaches—and not soon enough—the carnage will be assessed. There will be more casualties, and the Broncos will attempt to recover from one of the worst nightmares in franchise history.
What will they do? What moves will be made?
Here are 10 predictions...