Listen: Joe Flacco, Broncos, Denver Broncos discussed on Drive Time Sports
"Tweet. As I'm finishing up. My Twitter response Anthony. Tweets at Farnsworth than I do you see a world where the Broncos traded for a Joe flacco, obviously, the ravens have said that they're willing to deal him if it would help him out. And if that would be his his preferred path, of course, he did help the ravens win a Super Bowl. I I don't see it. And it's not because Joe flacco would be an upgrade from case keenum. I do believe that. The Broncos are kind of in a way, they're stuck with case keenum for a couple of different reasons. One is because why actually it's the only reason he makes a lot of money. Flacco makes a lot of money Broncos can't afford both. So now, you're gonna have to unload keenum in order to take on flacco sizable contract. Are you even willing to take on flacco sizable contract for an upgrade? But how much of an upgrade like we've been talking about today so much about this this alternate reality where Kirk cousins becomes a quarterback of the Broncos, according to Woody page, Kirk cousins is a bigger upgrade over case keenum that Joe flacco is at this point in his career. So I think the ravens last too much. I think he may. Makes too much money. I think the Broncos won't be able to turn around and unload, case keenum. And let's be honest too. If a team like the Jags or the giants. They'll pay more than the Broncos. Well, I promise you, they will especially you know, the Jags go with like Kylo Murray or Justin Herbert they decided to sit him for years. So they'll play flacco to try not to waste this defense that they have. I just think that the Broncos aren't willing won't be willing to answer. Both the asking price in terms of a draft pick. But also wanna pay flacco that much and at the same time be able to unload, case keenum, all in one Faust swoop. You guys don't believe in John Elway that much. I don't know that I do either. So no, I knew not see Joe flacco with the Denver Broncos next year. By the way, the twelve days of ticks."