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Short Passing Game, Defensive Personnel Add Wrinkles To Broncos

Published by on May 27, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

Looking at the 2009 Denver Broncos, one thing is evidently clear—change is on the way. Lots of change.

With a new head coach in Josh McDaniels, a new defensive coordinator in Mike Nolan, new starting quarterback and running back, and mostly an entirely new defense, this year’s team will be nothing like the 2008 squad.

Whether that’s a good thing or not depends on whether you’re talking about the team’s offense or defense.

Offensively, Denver ranked as one of the best in the league in 2008, finishing second only to New Orleans in total yardage. But, with Jay Cutler gone to Chicago, the team’s offensive focus will center around new signal-caller Kyle Orton, rookie running...

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