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their thoughts about who they would pick for the Denver Broncos with the 10th overall pick."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos Free AgencyBroncos DraftBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁旴reaking NewsBroncos 2019 Draft Class Announced脳Broncos Draft 2019Rountable: If you were picking for the Broncos Courtland Sutton Jersey , what would you do at 10?New,201commentsThe Mile High Report gang chimes in with their thoughts about who they would pick for the Denver Broncos with the 10th overall pick. Rountable: If you were picking for the Broncos, what would you do at 10?Would you take Devin White at 10?Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY SportsIf you were picking for the Broncos today, what would you do at 10?Kevin: My answer is to go BPA for positions of need. So they shouldn’t go and pick a RT just because he fell to 10 but rather should look for the best ILB, inside OL, TE or even possibly QB. If I could have anyone it’d be Quinnen Williams because a dominant DT along with our edge and solid secondary could be the second coming of the 2015 defense. If I’m being reasonable and pick someone who is possibly available, I’d pick Devin White who is freakish and would be a great piece in a Fangio scheme.Luke: If one of the two Devin’s (White and Bush)are on the board at 10, you go ILB with White first. But TB loves White and are probably gonna take him. If Bush is there with them Hockenson it wouldn’t shock me if DEN went TE. If neither are available trade back and pick up a DB and OL.Adam: Honestly, trade back. Not that Denver doesn’t have needs that could be filled at 10, but building draft capital for the next few years would be ideal. I would love to see Denver kind of sit this draft out. Obviously, there are players that could have an impact, but I could see the Broncos looking ahead to future drafts, and building up their draft coffers in the hopes of making a splash in 2020 or 2021.Joe M: It all depends on what happens in picks 1-9. If there is a game changer still on the board at 10 who fits our scheme, get him. If not, trade back.Scotty: If you’re in love with the QB, take the QB. If you’re not, take the best defensive player on your board or trade back.Ian Henson: I don’t think that Devin White nor Drew Lock will be available when the Broncos pick at #10. If I were picking, I would draft cornerback Greedy Williams, but I think that Denver will draft a tight end, Noah Fant.Christopher Hart: At this point in time, I’d try and make a modest trade back to acquire more capital in this draft, as well as future selections if possible. I don’t think any of the bluechip defenders (Williams, Oliver, White) will be there when DEN is on the clock, hence my desire to trade down. If Denver could acquire a few other early picks in this draft Royce Freeman Jersey , they would be able to address a lot of their big needs and round out there roster.Laurie: I’m glad I’m not John Elway because this year’s draft seems like a tough call at 10 if both a QB and a stud defender are still on the board. But given how important it is going to be at some point for the Broncos to bring in a franchise QB, I would pick Dwayne Haskins if he happens to be there. If not, I’d go BDA - best defender available, especially if it’s Ed Oliver.Jeff: I’m with Laurie. I think this year is probably one of the most wide open drafts for Denver in terms of who they could get, and honestly who I would be happy with them getting. There isn’t one massive glaring need for 2019 that they have to fill, so they can think towards the future with this pick, which means they could go a myriad of different directions (including trade down) and I would be okay with it.I think they have to have all their options open and explored, and just wait to see how it plays out on draft day.Taylor: If White or Oliver is there at 10, I think you go that way. If they’re not and the QB Denver likes is there, then fine: roll the dice on him. If none of the above are true, then trade back. There’s no call to go and overdraft a TE at 10 when you could still get him or the next best TE on your board down near 20, while collecting 2020 draft capital at the same time.Ian St. Clair: Stay true to the board, and as Jeff said, keep all options open. Look no further than last year when Bradley Chubb fell to No. 5. You never know what will happen in the NFL Draft and a great player who could fall. DENVER (AP) — The Denver Broncos reeled off big run after big run against the soft underbelly of the Kansas City Chiefs defense.Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman ran roughshod over the Chiefs. Each scored a touchdown and Freeman eluded seven defenders and dragged a linebacker into the end zone on his 14-yard score.“We ran the ball well,” Broncos quarterback Case Keenum said. “We started off so many series just pounding the rock at second-and-1, first-and-10. Even with some loaded boxes that K.C. brought, our offensive line played really well.“We’ve got to keep running the ball well. If we keep running the ball like we do, we’re going to win a lot of games.”Nobody could stop Lindsay and Freeman Monday night — except Broncos offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave, who abandoned his great ground game at key moments in the Broncos’ 27-23 loss .That included a three-and-out series in which the Broncos lined up in three-receiver sets three times in between the Chiefs’ final two drives, both of which ended in touchdowns as Patrick Mahomes rallied the Chiefs (4-0) back from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit.Lindsay ran for 69 yards on a dozen carries for a 5.8-yard average and Freeman ran for 67 yards on just eight hand-offs, a whopping 8.4-yard average.Lindsay’s long run was 19 yards and both Freeman and speedy wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders reeled off 18-yard runs.“They ran downhill, but you score points by throwing the football,” Broncos coach Vance Joseph said. “We ran the ball to control the game, but you throw the ball to score.”Clinging to a 23-20 lead, the Broncos didn’t burn enough clock to keep Mahomes on the sideline and give Denver’s exhausted defense enough of a breather.After a run for no gain Brandon McManus Jersey , a catch for no gain and a sack, Marquette King shanked a 35-yard punt that gave the Chiefs the ball at midfield for their game-winning drive.The Chiefs ran well themselves, with Kareem Hunt leading the way with 121 yards on 19 carries.“It was a big game,” Hunt said. “We’ve been up big on everyone we’ve played so far. It’s good to see where we’re at mentally and be able to fight back and come back in the fourth quarter down 10 points. That shows a team that’s not going to give up.”Other takeaways from the Chiefs’ sixth straight victory over the Broncos:MAGIC MAHOMESPatrick Mahomes threw for 304 yards and a touchdown, a 2-yarder to tight end Travis Kelce that sparked the fourth-quarter comeback. That gave him 14 TDs and zero interceptions through the first month of the season.But the play everyone was talking was his 6-yard strike to Tyreek Hill with his left hand while getting pulled down by Von Miller .“I didn’t think about it at all,” Mahomes said. “I was just kind of scrambling left, I felt Von on my back and I knew I couldn’t throw it with my right hand. I knew we needed the first down, so I kind of shot-putted it to Tyreek. … You just have to get the ball in their hand somehow.”“It caught me off-guard,” Hill said. “I’ve never seen a quarterback who is right-handed throw the ball left-handed.”Said Hunt: “I thought, is this dude a magician or something? He is doing things that you don’t see often.”Or ever, suggested Chiefs safety Eric Murray.“That one is new,” Murray said. “I’m glad we all got to see it.”Miller didn’t see it.He was wrapped around Mahomes’ ankles trying to bring down the second-year star.“I didn’t know he threw it with his left hand,” Miller conceded.Neither did linebacker Shane Ray.“I didn’t see the hand switch,” Ray said. “I heard about it.”Along with everyone else.KEENUM CONUNDRUMThrough one month, Case Keenum isn’t the same quarterback who led the Minnesota Vikings to the NFC championship in January after injuries to Sam Bradford and Teddy Bridgewater.So far, Keenum has just three touchdown passes to go with six interceptions with the Broncos after throwing for 22 TDs and just seven interceptions.“We believe in Case and he’s shown he can win games late for us,” Joseph said.Keenum nearly pulled off his third fourth-quarter comeback for the Broncos but he overthrew a wide-open Demaryius Thomas streaking down the Chiefs sideline with 16 seconds left from the K.C. 28.“It was close,” Keenum said. “I want to watch it on film. But it felt really close. There’s a few, especially those types of plays that I lose a little sleep over, thinking about it, laying at night in bed. It’s a tough one, it stings.”KING’S STINGThe Broncos brought in a practice squad punter to push King last week but he continued his disappointing first season in Denver by averaging just 41 yards on three punts with a paltry net of 28.7.His 35-yard duck gave the Chiefs the ball at their 40 with 4 1/2 minutes left.“He’s got to perform better,” Joseph said. “We’re at home and it’s his job to flip the field. It ain’t happening.”

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