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It doesn't hurt that OSRS Mobile Gold
« on: October 23, 2017, 09:11:04 am »
It doesn't hurt that Indianapolis has another prominent Stanford product in quarterback Andrew Luck, but McCaffrey's appeal to the team goes well beyond a OSRS Mobile Gold Cardinal connection. He's built to do many of the things Frank Gore, soon to be 34, does for the Colts' offense, only with fresh legs.Beyond the early-down pop McCaffrey would provide, he'd become an additional go-to receiver behind T.Y.

Hilton, a perfect underneath outlet for a high-volume, downfield passing game. His speed would look sleek on the Lucas Oil Stadium turf right along with their other quick, fast skill players.Denver Broncos(Pick No. 20)Denver can't ignore the son of its one-time All-Pro wide receiver, Ed, given that the older McCaffrey and John Elway won two Super Bowls together as a smooth Stanford combination.

The pedigree and familiarity are only part of the reason to at least consider Christian.Shaky blocking wasn't the only reason the Broncos had the No. 27 rushing attack in the NFL last season with only 3.6 yards per carry. Leading rushers Devontae Booker and C.J.

Anderson were tentative running backs and carried durability concerns with decisiveness issues. Neither showed much big-run ability, and both were limited factors in the passing game.The Broncos need more playmakers for their QB, whether it's Trevor Siemian, Paxton Lynch or Tony Romo.

McCaffrey would be right there behind Demaryius Thomas and Buy OSRS Gold Emmanuel Sanders to drive defenses batty all over the field. New/returning offensive coordinator Mike McCoy would get the combination of what he had in Melvin Gordon and Danny Woodhead in San Diego.