Todd Haley had a lot to say about the Denver Broncos today in his press conference. Here is a bit of what he said on Tim Tebow and the evolving Denver offense:
Offensively, I think you have to start with Tim Tebow. I think he’s done a terrific job in there. Like I said, they’re getting more and more comfortable as are most teams in the NFL. I know our team [is]. Each and every week you can see it on tape. They’re finding an identity. That identity is to run the football for a lot of yards, make plays in the passing game when their great run ability creates and allows that, and they’ve got a number of good receivers. I think you can see this [Eric] Decker is a good, young player, good at his position, makes a lot of plays, gets the ball thrown his way a bunch. Eddie Royal is a dangerous, dangerous receiver and returner. We’ll get to that in a minute. Demaryius Thomas is a good, young receiver, up and coming that has had some injury issues, but when he’s out there, he looks pretty good. In the running game, when you have a quarterback that can run the ball the way that Tim does, it creates major issues for defenses, as you see on tape.
Check out the full text of Haley’s presser at KCChiefs.com.
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