Depending on how terrible Sanchez plays, Denver's season might be a lost cause before it begins.
If Sanchez pretty much blows the first 5 games and it's painfully obvious he's holding the team back, throw the kid in. Trial by fire. Give Sanchez a chance, but don't stick with him all year and throw the season if he's going to flat out suck. Who knows? Maybe a change in venue will light a fire under Sanchez.
If that D is anywhere near the level it was last season they might be able to carry any QB and offense all the way again. Regardless of how inept the offensive unit plays.
Danny Anthrop, WR Purdue
Sterling Bailey, DE Georgia
Devon Bell, P Mississippi State
Isiah Cage, OT Wisconsin Eau-Claire
Julian Campenni, DT UConn
Daniel Davie, CB Nebraska
Harrison Elliott, LS Air Force (*invite to rookie mini-camp)
Josh Ferguson, RB Illinois
Blake Frohnapfel, QB UMass (*invite to rookie mini-camp)
Darion Griswold, TE Arkansas State
Davante Harris, OT Appalachian State
Tigi Hill, S Mesa Community College
Curt Maggitt, OLB Tennessee
Stefan McClure, S Cal
Mekale McKay, WR Cincinnati
Brock Miller, P Southern Utah
Chris Milton, CB Georgia Tech
Drew Ott, DE Iowa
Jamelle Naff, OG TCU
Ammon Olsen, QB Southern Utah
Leviticus Payne, CB Cincinnati (*invite to rookie mini-camp)
Adam Redmond, OT Harvard
Chester Rogers, WR Grambling State
Anthony Sarao, ILB USC
Delvon Simmons, DT USC
Tevaun Smith, WR Iowa
Ron Thompson, OLB Syracuse
Andrew Williamson, S Vanderbilt
Looks like Bell, Hill, McClure, Naff, Ott and Sarao were more recent additions.
Definitely, my grandfather lived in Baltimore for a while and grew up watching him. He still pulled for Indy but always referred to them as Baltimore. I wasn't allowed to say the name Irsay in my house. The game sure has changed. I wish I could go back in time when players didn't get flagged for breathing on a player and defenses were actually feared by offenses.