It was supposed to be the debut of a lifetime for Tim Tebow, instead it looked like a retirement party for another Denver Quaterback. The opening game for the Denver Broncos was more of a course of what not to do to win games. This was a long game for the team and it’s star quarterback. This was not the type of game that the team was hoping to have for their season opener. Instead they were left with a sour taste in their mouth.
One has to ask themselves, will the team be able to recover from this disaster of week one? If they continue to play the way that they did in this game, then the team will be looking at a long season that will have them losing more games than they win, in addition, there is also the issue of, the coaching that is leading the team.
Mike Shanahan was one of the best coaches that has made their way to the city of Denver, asa result of this, there has been a lot of discussion about was it a good idea to get rid of the best coach that the team has had. Ask many fans and they will tell you without a doubt that this was a huge mistake.
This getting rid of Shanahan will be a decision that will haunt the team all through the 2010 season, imagine the kind of damage that Tebow with the guideance of shanahan could have done. Insteat now this will be given to the Redskins and allow the team to see the best season since 1991.
There is not a lot past the passing of the Broncos that is able to be deemed as being positive for the team to latch onto. This as a result will be the reason that this wikll need to be determined as being a rebuilding season and allow Tebow to get his feet wet and the coach the chance to figure out what he is doing with the team.
Running and defense are the two areas, that the team is sluggish in. This lack of motivation will lead the team to see their dreams go down the drain if they don’t fix the issues quickly. There is still time to save the team, but there needs to be motivation for the team to improve. At the moment, this motivation is not there for them to have.