Sunday, April 26, 2009

Holy hell

To cap off the day yesterday, Coach Pyle shipped BOTH of our '09 third rounders (ours and Chicago's) to Shittsburgh for the last pick in the second (64th overall) which he then used to draft a TE.

A BLOCKING tight end projected to go in the fifth or sixth round.

Here's a sampling of what some of the "experts" are saying about Denver's day:

Denver rookie head coach Josh McDaniels doesn't have a grasp on how to build a team. He signed three running backs in free agency and drafted another (Knowshon Moreno). And then he sent Denver's first-round choice in 2010 to Seattle for this year's 37th overall choice, which he used to pick cornerback Alphonso Smith. That's bizarre. Mike Shanahan must be laughing at that one.

Clayton clearly handed this column in before Denver traded their entire third round to take a TE they could have gotten in the fifth. That's an equally, if not more, bizarre move.

Unbelievable. This is the kind of shit that happens when you let infants run your team.


Phony Gwynn said...

I give up. Can't wait to see the resounding string of 'F's from everybody.

Man, things got out of hand in a hurry. Somebody kill me with a trident.

Commish CH said...

McHoody is planning on running a variable theme of the Wildcat Offense, called the "Leopard" Offense, in which 10 players are RBs on the field.