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Analysts tell Orange & Blue Radio’s Ryan Edwards , Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater that this 2019 class has great potential to move the team forward." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteMile High Reporta Denver Broncos communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBroncosOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Filed under:Denver Broncos PodcastsDenver Broncos 2019 DraftBroncos got some difference-makers that can ‘push the team up’ in the AFC WestNew,44commentsAnalysts tell Orange & Blue Radio’s Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater that this 2019 class has great potential to move the team forward. Broncos got some difference-makers that can ‘push the team up’ in the AFC WestChristopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsThe First & 10 @ 10 crew on Orange and Blue Radio continued today breaking down the Broncos’ draft and had some interesting conversations with two college gurus - Ben Fennell of The Athletic and Chad Reuter of agreed the Broncos drafted some really good players and both were particularly happy with John Elway’s second round - getting Dalton Risner at 41 and then Drew Lock at 42.“I really like the potential of Drew Lock in Denver,” Fennell said, adding that he’s looking forward to Joe Flacco and Lock competing in training camp - not necessarily for the No. 1 QB position but just for seeing how Lock develops.“You’re getting a veteran with a fresh scene and new start, and that could really reinvigorate him and get him refocused,” Fennell added. “It will be nice to have that veteran presence.”(Interestingly, Fennell was possibly most excited about the potential of Brett Rypien, a guy he considers a first or second-rounder by QB ability if not for his 6-foot-1, 210-pound frame.)Listen to "4-29-19 Ben Fennell on 1st & 10" on Spreaker.Reuter also likes having Lock in Denver and doesn’t believe fans should start expecting too much out of him in 2019.“This is an investment. I wouldn’t be worried in 2019, but in 2020 he needs to show it was a good pick,” Reuter said. “And if it wasn’t, you trade him for picks and it was still a good move.”When Andrew Mason asked if teams should always overdraft at the quarterback position (something Mase agrees with) until they get their guy, Reuter didn’t hesitate.“Absolutely. If you don’t have a young QB on your roster in the NFL, you’re really in trouble,” he said. “It was a good pick and a worthwhile investment.”Both draft gurus were a little perplexed at the Broncos not taking the freaky athletic Devin Bush - and opting to trade down and get the freaky athletic Noah Fant instead plus another pick that resulted in getting Drew Lock (as well as another third-round pick in 2020) - but neither thought it was a bad move.“It’s a bit puzzling. Certainly had a need at inside linebacker and having explosive playmaker in the middle affects all layers of the defense Isaac Yiadom Color Rush Jersey ,” Fennell said, pointing out that both thedefensive line and the secondary benefit from linebackers who can chase down the ball carrier. “But when you have some stout run-stuffers to keep the linebackers free on the second-level, suddenly you don’t need elite players,” he added. “You can plug and play average linebackers. Whether that’s Josey Jewell or Todd Davis - or even Dekoda Watson or Keishawn Bierria - there are quality players there.”Listen to "4-29-19 Chad Reuter on 1st & 10" on Spreaker.Reuter agreed that the decision not to get Devin Bush may be one the Broncos regret in the future, but “if you pass up one great player and end up getting two really good starters,” then it was likely worth it.When it came to Dalton Risner, both analysts could not have been happier with the Broncos’ choice to go offensive lineman as their top pick in round two.“You’ve got to love Risner in Denver,” Reuter said of the Colorado native. “It just makes too much sense.”For Fennell, Risner is an instant impact player for Denver.“Any time you have a big nasty mauling offensive lineman that can kind of play a multitude of positions on the offensive line, it just makes roster better, adds attitude to offense. ...It’s just a huge position the offense.”And everyone knows the woes the Broncos have had recently on offense, and after letting the best offensive lineman go to Carolina via free agency two months ago, Denver needed that guy.Which might be why Reuter picked the Wiggins native to be the biggest impact player for the Broncos of this 2019 draft class.“He is just going to be a solid guy who will lead the team from the front,” Reuter said. “You could have the prettiest looking Tesstarosa (Ferrari), but if that engine’s no good, then forget it. It’s not going anywhere. I think he’s the guy that will lead this time for quite a while. I think Lock will be pretty good Josey Jewell Jersey , but Risner’s the key to that whole thing for me.”And Reuter definitely believes several of the Broncos new rookies are impact players who could mean the difference in two or three games going Denver’s way this season.“If Noah Fant can make a catch in a crucial moment that helps win a game, or if Derek Wolfe or Adam Gotsis gets hurt and Dre’mont Jones steps in and makes some plays that helps them hold onto a win, or if Risner steps in and solidifies the line, that can make the difference,” he said. “This group could help them win two to three more games this year, which could push them up in the division.” ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Von Miller is on the cusp of his 100th career sack, not counting his most famous fumble-inducing hits on Cam Newton in Super Bowl 50, yet he insists it’s his pass-rushing partner who will turn heads this season.Bradley Chubb led all rookies last year with a dozen sacks but said at the Denver Broncos‘ kickoff luncheon that it “wasn’t the best film I could have put out there.”So, he spent his offseason picking up new moves from Miller like the “cross chop,” improving his stamina and working tirelessly to better decode offenses in hopes all of it will “help me be a faster player and a better player. And I feel it’s going to help me out.”Taking the microphone, Miller said, “Chubb’s being humble. He’s being humble right now.”“He’s a totally different player than what he was last year,” Miller said. “You won’t even recognize the guy. He’s going to have the same jersey number on, but he’s going to look totally different.”The root of this transformation eludes Miller.“I don’t even know what he did, but if I find out what he did , I’m going to start doing it,” Miller said, adding, “I think it’s just natural for defensive players to take a huge leap from year 1 to 2. You saw with me I had 11 sacks and I jumped to 18½ sacks my second year. Saw the same thing with Khalil Mack and Vic Beasley and all of these guys.”Miller said Chubb has taken the leap to a whole new level, declaring his teammate “will definitely be a brand-new player this season.”The Broncos think Miller can transform his game, too.New head coach Vic Fangio challenged Miller at his introductory news conference , saying the team’s best player and seven-time Pro Bowler can be even better.Miller was in attendance with a handful of his teammates and accepted the challenge as soon as he shook Fangio’s hand afterward, telling his new head coach he was eager to play for the longtime defensive guru known for getting the most out of his pass rushers.“He’s coached a lot of my buddies from Aldon Smith to Khalil Mack,” Miller said. “He’s had success with all these guys and me and Chubb, we’re going to be his best project. He’s had success with all these guys. We just listen to him, whether it’s simple techniques or changing our whole game. Whatever he wants us to do to be great, we’ll do.”Entering his ninth season, Miller has 98 career sacks, not counting the 6½ he has in the playoffs. That’s almost half of Hall of Famer Bruce Smith’s NFL record of 200 set during a 19-year career with Buffalo and Washington from 1985-2003.Smith recently visited Broncos headquarters, where he told the team’s website he’s a big fan of Miller’s.“He’s a special talent. He’s got the full package, the speed Case Keenum Color Rush Jersey , the technique, the quickness, the agility,” Smith said. “I enjoy turning the game on just to watch him play.”As far as Miller breaking his record, well, Smith said, “He’s off to a great start.”Smith also had 14½ sacks in 20 career playoff games. Miller has 6½ sacks in seven career playoff games.Miller hasn’t been back to the playoffs since being named MVP in Denver’s 24-10 win over Carolina in the Super Bowl that capped the 2015 season.Instead, he’s spent his last three Januarys conducting his most vigorous workouts of his offseason and targeting whichever areas of his game he felt needs fine-tuning.Last year, Miller had 14½ sacks and broke Simon Fletcher’s all-time team record of 97½.“It kind of hit me in the gut I couldn’t get 100 before I was 30,” Miller said. “But it’s motivating to know I’m not the only guy that has been at that number.”Smith was eight sacks shy of 100 when he turned 30.“We all know how that turned out for him,” Miller said.Having an improved Chubb also harassing QBs should help Miller stack up the sacks, but he said that’s not his motivation for teaching his teammate new moves.Miller said he’s just channeling former teammates DeMarcus Ware and Elvis Dumervil, who helped him hone his skills when he was younger.“DeMarcus used to always tell me, ‘Young buck, are you finished yet? Are you done?'” Miller said. “I say the same things to Chubb: ‘Are you done getting better?'”Because Miller sure isn’t.
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