The IAOFM staff discuss the Broncos' selection of North Carolina DT Sylvester Williams in the 2013 NFL Draft
TJ: First Manti Te'o mention! Drink! Another one! Berman said, Te'o! drink! I'm already hammered! They've already said it a dozen times.
Doc: Should make this easier; Gruden's having an orgasm over Te’o right now.
Ted: Let the record show that Ted Bartlett says the top two players in this class are Star Lotulelei and Jarvis Jones.
TJ: Haha, I'm glad you said that, since I was telling my good friend Doug Lee that I wanted Lotulelei, but that I wasn't going to get him.
Doc: I only hope that he doesn't fall to the Raiders.
The IAOFM staff discuss the Broncos' selections of Tennessee DE Malik Jackson and Kentucky LB Danny Trevathan in the 2012 NFL Draft, plus more talk about ASU CB Omar Bolden
Doug: 11 more picks til us. Anyone like Zebrie Sanders?
Ted: I do. As a 5th-rounder, he'd be great value. He's a LT
Doug: Kick Franklin inside to replace Beadles, and Blake takes over for Walton? Winn still available too
TJ: yeah, I would be shocked if he can' beat out JD and rather soon
Ted: I like Winn
The IAOFM staff discuss the Broncos' selections of Arizona State cornerback Omar Bolden and Baylor offensive lineman Philip Blake in the 2012 NFL Draft
Doug: Hey Guys, get any sleep?
Ted: Happy Day 3. I slept pretty well. I just wish I didn't think this started at 10 AM today
TJ: Roger Good Vibes
Doc: I slept about 4 hours - I'm on strong Earl Grey to start the day
TJ: Sweet, Em. I stayed up all night trying to solve the Zodiac Killer crimes. Common as a street penny: pundits grading a team's draft as an "A" because they picked in the top 5 and got the blue-chip players. What the hell is this? Fans now announcing? Or is that some hick scout?
The IAOFM staff discuss the Broncos' selections of Arizona State QB Brock Osweiler and San Diego State RB Ronnie Hillman in the 2012 NFL Draft
Doc: Wolfe and Miller - that's a very productive 2nd round. If you'd offered it to me three days ago I would have been very comfortable. I might have expected the order to change, but seriously - what does that matter? Both guys are excellent 2nd-round talents. If they settled for that option, I'd be pretty happy with it.
TJ: Great point, Em. So Miller still there? Reyes? Thompson?
Doc: I liked Vickerson as an athletic 325-lb nose. I didn't like a thing I saw as a 295-lb undertackle.
Ted: Reyes just went to SD in a weird scheme fit. Mayock ditched the jacket
After trading down from #25 and #31, Denver takes Cincinnati defensive tackle Derek Wolfe
Doug: Hey guys, so how many trades down tonight? TJ said that on the radio DMac was saying the Broncos screwed up last night, and they had intended to draft Doug Martin
Ted: I could see another one into the low 40s here if DT is the intended position. I highly doubt they would have traded the pick that was used to take Martin if they wanted to take Martin. Tampa Bay had no obligation to share the target, but I'm sure the trade-out team asks. D-Mac is a radio guy, and radio is a knowledge-optional medium
Doc: I think that's right. If they wanted Martin, they were in a very good position to take him.
Doug: So, who are you guys hoping for if they stay at 36?
The IAOFM staff discuss the Denver Broncos' 41-23 Week 15 loss to the New England Patriots
Ted: Happy Weird Football Sunday, gents
Doug: Hey, the band's back together! Good to see you Doc
Ted: Howdy Em
Doc: Hey, Ted, Doug. Great to be back! And, Weird is right!
Ted: The Packers insisted on attacking KC's strength all day, rather than hitting their weakness. They might have gotten away with it, if not for bad drops and penalties. Plus, the Packers defense was bad all day. Except for the red zone
Doug: Maybe they just believe in Kyle Orton
Ted: Could be. I'd damn sure believe in him more than Tyler Palko
The IAOFM staff discuss the Denver Broncos' 13-10 overtime victory over the Chicago Bears
Ted: Good afternoon guys. It's a FOX Robot Sunday
Doug: Howdy Ted
Ted: Thanks for the value-add, Goose
Doug: More to come
Ted: I'm sure. Essays by Goose - that's positively Strahan-like. Let's see a pass concept, or some protection. Really nice play by Henry Melton. Dumervil played that perfectly. Hedge on the route, rush decisively. Ugh...the defense wastes a timeout...The crowd got them there! No wine and cheese from the sound of it. Bad effort by Goodman on the tackle
Doug: Podlesh, 18 fair catches on 30 punts...make that 19 on 31
The IAOFM staff discuss the Denver Broncos' 35-32 victory over the Minnesota Vikings
Ted: Happy Sunday, guys. I'm watching Fox NFL Sunday, and somebody apparently decided that Strahan should go all Bob Costas, and do essay-style monologues about a selected topic. It's a bad, bad choice
TJ: Oh my, it's bad news with Costas, so it's a nightmare with Strahan
Ted: "It's hard to know when to retire, because all football players have ever done is play football"
TJ: Perhaps he'll talk about politics, religion, Sandusky, et. al. I always preferred Emmitt Smith, at least I could always count on a laugh - he was good for some grammar lessons
Ted: #FootballSunday is a really long hashtag that Fox is using... not real economical for Twitter
TJ: White RB alert! Toby! Toby! Toby! Griese on Toby: "he's workman like" - that's code for: white boy
The IAOFM staff discuss the Denver Broncos' 16-13 overtime victory over the San Diego Chargers
Doug: I'm sure happy for the 4:15 start so we can see all these great finishes
Ted: Yeah it worked out pretty well
TJ: Wow, this game just got going quick, haha...and we're off!
Ted: Weather looks nice in Whale's Vagina
TJ: Shift shift shift, SD loves that
Ted: They really like to get quick separation with it
TJ: Goody jumped that
Doug: Pretty terrible throw. Oh my - Ryan Mathews does Denver like Knowshon does KC - Mathews has two 100-yd games, both against Denver
The IAOFM staff discuss the Denver Broncos' 17-13 Week 11 victory over the Jets
Ted: Happy football Thursday
TJ: Hey, dudes - and I mean that in the old school way. Really old school
Doug: I’m not excited about staying up so late haha
Ted: I'm up till 1 AM most nights - I'm used to it
TJ: The MBA, Ted? Or you just like Zombie movies a LOT!
Ted: I thought kickoff was at 8. WTF?
Doug: Nah, it’s 8:20