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That is pretty damning in my opinion.

 
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BerichtGeplaatst: 21 Jan 2020 02:39:06    Onderwerp: That is pretty damning in my opinion. Reageren met citaat

The Denver Broncos primary goal is to get back to winning football games Dalton Risner Jersey , but they need to first establish how they’re going to get there and stay there." Denver Broncos Training CampVic Fangio is establishing a new culture in Denver, whether he uses the word or notNew,40commentsThe Denver Broncos primary goal is to get back to winning football games, but they need to first establish how they’re going to get there and stay there.MDTIf you’ve been a sports fan for any length of time, tuned into a post-game interview or a new head coach’s introductory press conference, you’ve likely heard “culture” thrown around - often accompanied by “winning.”A quick Google search of “winning culture” will yield hot-off-the-presses quotes from across the sports world about players, coaches and teams wanting to establish a winning culture. Often these quotes are heavy on the theory, and light on the practical, because a winning culture is nearly as elusive to explain as it is to actually establish.However, when it is present and is working in full effect, it’s impossible to deny. In my other life, I had the opportunity to work in the leadership and organizational development space listening to people much smarter than me attempting to explain and figure these kinds of things out. And here are two things I’ve learned about this word “culture”:Head Coach Vic Fangio was asked on Monday what kind of culture he wanted to establish here with the Denver Broncos. This would have been the perfect opportunity for the first-time head coach trying to win over his new team and fan base to launch into a speech about a “winning culture” and turning the team around.However, Fangio answered in the most Vic Fangio way possible:He is absolutely right. We as fans and media judge the final product Womens Noah Fant Jersey , with often little understanding of the process that got it there, and when the result turns out good, we praise that as the answer. Every call looks like the right one when you win, and every culture looks like one to model when it’s winning games.However, while Vic Fangio may shy away from the cliche “winning culture” phrase, or even “culture” in general because it is often thrown around haplessly, he is absolutely establishing a culture here in Denver. And it’s one that hopefully leads to a lot of winning for years to come. You see, at the end of the quote, Fangio told us exactly what the culture, or put better “the way we’re going to do things around here in Denver” will be - and he’s been establishing it from the second he walked into the building.“We’re going to work hard. We’re going to play smart, and try to be on top of things mentally.” In other words, Broncos are going to play fundamental football - starting from the ground up. That’s the way we’re going to do things around here.It’s holding everyone in the building to the same standard. Whether that person’s name is Von Miller, Chris Harris Womens John Elway Jersey , Drew Lock, Don Barclay, or anyone else trying to make the roster.Each of those players listed above have been specifically praised by Fangio, but also called out that they need to improve, keep working at their craft, can continue to get better, and will make the roster based on their merit alone, not their just their experience (something he said about Barclay just a few minutes after answering the question on culture).And a culture or “the way we do things around here” isn’t just dictated from the top down. That doesn’t work – at least not for long. There has to be buy-in across the board from all players and coaches. Fangio referenced this when asked about if he likes his veteran players staying on top of young players, like some were doing with Noah Fant one day at practice.That accountability among peers to not let the little things slide - no death by inches - is a huge piece of bringing the entire team around this idea of back to the basics.Back to fundamentally sound football. Peyton Manning understood the importance of that better than probably any other player to ever play the game. Doing the little things. Having a “way we do things” that’s not just focused on the result, but about doing it the right way. Every time.Which is why his endorsement of coach Fangio when he was hired and what he’s bringing to Denver is particularly meaningful.What both Manning and Fangio understand is that it doesn’t do anything to label something a “winning culture.” It’s about actually doing the hard work it takes to get to the wins. It’s about the valuing the process as much as the outcome. Keep doing things the right way and results will follow. So don’t ask Vic Fangio about culture. He’s too busy leading and teaching about the way we do things around here in Denver to care much about what you call it. But make no mistake, a foundation is being laid, and it’s one that, if done correctly Bradley Chubb Broncos Jersey , can set Denver to not only win a few games, but get back to being one of the top teams in NFL year in and year out that we all expect.Report: Broncos tried to trade Paxton Lynch but no one wanted him According to 9NEWS Denver’s Mike Klis, the Broncos did attempt to trade quarterback Paxton Lynch before waiving him earlier today but no one was interested in trading for the former first-round pick. Klis notes the Carolina Panthers and Dallas Cowboys as two teams who made sense but neither team was willing to give up assets for Lynch. In Carolina, Lynch who was compared to Cam Newton prior to the draft would have fit in their system and the Cowboys tried to trade up for Lynch before the Broncos outbid them so they made sense as well. However, neither team valued Lynch enough to trade for him.Being a young/former first-round player almost always gives some trade value but that appears not to be the case with Lynch. I mean, hell, Trevor Siemian and Christian Hackenberg were traded for late round picks, but not Lynch. I assumed the Broncos would at least get a conditional 7th round selection or something for Lynch, but guess not. Sucks letting a former first-round pick go without recouping any value in return but it is what it is. Glad to see Broncos GM John Elway admit his mistake and move on. This was the right move for the Broncos and I am glad they made it. As I wrote this morning, Elway’s comments about Lynch didn’t seem very encouraging so I wasn’t surprised to see this happen this morning. I am glad we can finally put the whole Lynch vs. Siemian era behind us and we can focus on Case Keenum and the intriguing Chad Kelly.
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