The Denver Broncos have gone from 4-12 to 13-3 in a mere two seasons and have John Elway to thank. His approach to free agency simply works, and it's only a matter of time until he leads the Broncos back to another Super Bowl.
The head coach of the Denver Broncos is among the most successful in the NFL over the past two seasons, but you’ll hardly ever hear that said.
In today's Denver Post columnist, Mark Kiszla, ever the scamp, boldly suggested that John Fox and Jack Del Rio should consider scrapping their defensive system.
His column is headlined: "Broncos can fix dents in their defense with 3-4 alignment". The current scheme, plotted by the Broncos' brain trust, is a 4-3. But Kiszla feels that thier defensive players are better suited to do things his way.
In his piece he asserts: "The Broncos' defense is fundamentally and fatally flawed. The good news: It can be fixed, if coach John Fox is willing to think outside the box"
John Fox would probably like to place the meddling Kiszla inside a box and leave him there until the season is over. At Dove Valley's version of "Meet the Press" today, Fox said to Kiszla:"Did Vince Lombardi come back and write that?"
Fun stuff. We don't know much but we know that NFL head coaches probably get a bit prickly when them journalist types try telling them how to do their jobs. Huge thanks to @maxbroncos for snagging the audio.
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Have Mike McCoy and John Fox been sandbagging? Will they release the Tebow tonight? Let's friggin' hope so.
The supposed "leader" of the Denver Broncos is in duck-and-cover mode when it comes to the Broncos. Just remember, folks, it aint' his fault Tebow sucks.