Does the Jay Cutler trade mean that Mark Sanchez is a Denver draft target? We have a couple of competing opinions.
Adam Best from our own Arrowhead Addict:
For those of you thinking the Donks still might draft Dirty, it’s not gonna happen. The Broncos have signed vets and seem to want to win now. Plus, there is no way Sanchez slips to 12 after yesterday. Ain’t gonna happen, folks.
But instead of drafting Sanchez, the Broncos look ready to hinge their Super Bowl hopes to…Orton?
Mike Florio from Pro Football Talk:
So the next question is whether the Broncos will slap those two picks together and try to move in position to get one of the top two quarterbacks in the draft — Matthew Stafford and Mark Sanchez.
So with the Rams unlikely to take a quarterback at No. 2, the Broncos could get in position to get whichever quarterback the Lions don’t take (if they take a quarterback) by trading up with the Chiefs at No. 3 or the Seahawks at No. 4.
Typically, division rivals shy away from transacting business. The connection between Broncos coach Josh McDaniels and Chiefs G.M. Scott Pioli could help.
The Cutler trade does open the the door to a possible trade down that didn’t exist before. I would take that trade, if offered.
OK Addicts, what do you think? Is this a good trade-down option? Would you do it? Do you agree with Adam that Denver is hitching their wagon to Kyle Orton?