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Broncos won’t draft Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray

Wait another year for the Broncos to find a quarterback? I am trying to see your point, Kiz, but it’s difficult. Let me encourage you to relook at Kyler Murray, the Heisman Trophy winner from Oklahoma. He broke all of Baker Mayfield’s records, carried a team with a weak defense to the College Football Playoff and helped it score 34 points against Alabama. If Murray is available when Denver picks, I think the Broncos would be crazy not to take him.

Robert, Boomer Sooner

Kiz: Hey, preacher. Meet the choir. Despite Murray’s diminutive size, I would bet on him becoming an effective NFL quarterback long before Missouri’s Drew Lock, who seems to be all the rage in Broncos Country these days. But for all of John Elway’s insistence the team is going to embrace new offensive concepts, the concepts of the new Denver coaching staff sound a whole lot like the West Coast concepts of 20 years ago. The Broncos want their next quarterback to line up under center on first and second down. Run the bootleg. All the classic Mike Shanahan stuff. That doesn’t fit Murray’s game. So why waste a draft pick on him?

John Bowlen sure talks big for a guy whose only accomplishment is inheriting his father’s fortune.

Jim, Denver

Kiz: Well, if nothing else, I think we can safely say which Bowlen child won’t be taking over Mr. B’s big chair at Dove Valley Headquarters. While I try not to take views expressed on social media too seriously, I’m beginning to wonder: Does Johnny Bowlen exist to sully his father’s good name?

Take it easy on John Bowlen. He is “the blood of the city.”

Andrew, Denver

Kiz: He’s more like the Doofus of Denver, don’t you think?

If Kansas City linebacker Dee Ford knew which side of the football to put his head on, we’re talking about Patrick Mahomes’ magic at the Super Bowl.

Daniel, never out of line

Kiz: NFL experts tell me Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback to ever play the game. They might be right. And I might be crazy, but I would call Brady the luckiest quarterback of all time. In addition to Ford’s brain freeze, I seem to recall that the dumbest goal-line decision in Super Bowl history by Seattle and a total meltdown by Atlanta gifted Brady two of his championships rings.

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