On Sunday, two big zeros were erased from the NFL landscape – the Colts’ potential freefall toward 0-16 and the Packers’ bid for a 16-0 season.
As far as NFL Network analyst Sterling Sharpe is concerned, Kyle Orton will have to play his way out of the starting job for the Denver Broncos.
For those fans clamoring for Tim Tebow in Denver — or elsewhere — keep clamoring. Even at your own expense.
A trade sending Denver Broncos QB Kyle Orton to the Miami Dolphins is now very unlikely.
Matt Moore is reportedly signing with the Dolphins. The big question now: Where does that leave the rumored trade for Kyle Orton?
Numerous teams spoke to the Broncos on Tuesday about QB Kyle Orton, with the Cardinals and Dolphins remaining favorites, according to league sources.
The Broncos are willing to deal starting QB Kyle Orton, league and team sources said, and are spending Tuesday assessing that market. The Vikings, Cardinals and Dolphins are among the teams expected to engage in trade talks with the Broncos.
Tim Tebow might be the future in Denver, some NFL observers believe Kyle Orton remains the present.
Depending on who you believe, Kyle Orton is either in front of the line to be the Denver Broncos starting quarterback, or on the trading block. Or maybe even both.
NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora believes trading Kyle Orton might not be the best move for the Broncos, and such a trade certainly isn’t a lock in the first place.
NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots told NFL Network viewers on Wednesday that Kyle Orton should be the guy who starts in Denver. Orton, Wilcots reasons, has put up the numbers during his time at Broncos’ helm. But Wilcots, along with Warren Sapp, both believe that Tim Tebow should be in the mix and should be given a chance to compete for the job.
Making the rounds inside the Super Bowl media center on Wednesday, John Elway suggested to NFL Network it’s Kyle Orton who he considers his starting quarterback, even as plenty of decisions have yet to be made.