Cowboys Preseason Schedule
August 11, 2011 by staff
Cowboys Preseason Schedule, Denver Broncos begin their preseason schedule Thursday night against the Dallas Cowboys. Game time is 18:30 “I’m excited to see them play,” coach John Fox DenverBroncos.com. “I’m excited every day, but this is the first time to see them play live.
I’m very excited about it. We have new faces, new people to me, new kids on the coaching staff. We have a whole new defense is on what a good yardstick to see where you are. ”
The season begins just two weeks after training camp. The team will be back in public practice on Saturday. Check out the public agenda and the training camp depth chart for the Broncos.
The biggest story since the beginning of the 2011 season is the soap opera that is the saga of Tim Tebow.
He entered the camp waiting to be delivered starting point only to be rudely awakened by the superior play of Kyle Orton. Anyone who has attended the Broncos’ practice will tell you that Orton is light years ahead of Tebow in more than one category larger.
Thursday the Broncos open the preseason with a trip to Dallas. Orton is expected to play one quarter before the highly respected and heated debate Tebow enters the game.
To enter the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium with a huge chip on his shoulder up to 60,000 screaming fans to fail.
In the second quarter more than expected in recent times, the pressure is too high for Tebow. Does anyone have missed the first quarter of a preseason game just to see the second?
Tebow hopes to contend with the intense scrutiny of its shortcomings are put in full screen. The Cowboys know they have problems with their five-step drops and the blitz is coming fast and furious. Tebow will try to rely on their legs to get by.
When you actually have time to throw, expect them to be unstable and off target. This guy needs a lot of work after the lack of offseason workouts and never be more evident that the game No. 1.
He will improve as the season progresses and the hype and pressure die a little, but Tebow is expected to set the type of head scratching performance against the Cowboys will make the 24 teams that went on to say “what you I said. ” Tonight marks the beginning of a long road for the No. 15 Broncos.
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