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Denver Broncos safety Dymonte Thomas noted that this defense is going to have a lot more opportunities to make big plays." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteMile High Reporta Denver Broncos communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsBroncosOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Filed underBig Grinenver Broncos PodcastsDymonte Thomas says this defense is going to help create turnoversNew John Elway Jersey ,7commentsDenver Broncos safety Dymonte Thomas noted that this defense is going to have a lot more opportunities to make big plays. Dymonte Thomas says this defense is going to help create turnoversThird-year safety Dymonte Thomas got on the air with Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater on First and 10 at 10 on Orange & Blue 760 to talk about Denver Broncos minicamp. Mason and Atwater noted right of the bat the differences in practice compared to last year and Thomas had a pretty interesting reply. “We didn’t know what to expect really,” Thomas said. “Then after a few practices, we were like, ‘Oh yeah, this man is going to definitely try to get all his plays in’ ... It helps though, because it really makes you think when you’re tired and it really makes you hone in on your skills and your assignments and just makes you pay closer attention. And it’s also cool, because it’s not just the one’s and two’s getting the reps - everyone’s getting the reps. Everyone gets the same amount of reps pretty much. It actually helps a lot and I do appreciate that.”It sounds like head coach Vic Fangio isn’t going to leave any stone unturned as he prepares this team for the 2019 season. From top to bottom, he wants every player ready to contribute. Atwater went on to note that the players just seemed more excited this year and Thomas was able to elaborate in a very insightful way. “A lot of times when you play defense, you get caught up in so much man or cover zero, you’re all eyes on your receive right? So when you are all eyes on the receiver, you are not really looking back at the ball or looking back at the quarterback,” Thomas said. “But in this defense Karl Mecklenburg Color Rush Jersey , we have some coverages that will allow us to have zone and allows us to look at the quarterback and break on plays on the ball rather than having our back towards the quarterback playing man. I think it’s going to help us a lot, because it’s going to help us create turnovers.”He went on to talk about the scheme in even greater detail and how the pressure is spread around, which helps take the burden off any one position group. It was a pretty good interview, well worth the listen. From the offensive line and snaps to Drew Lock and Phillip Lindsay, the MHR staff wants to see the offense take the next step (or two)." MHR Radio PodcastNFL preseasonDenver Broncos PodcastsBroncos vs 49ers: Denver’s third preseason game is all about the offenseNew,110commentsFrom the offensive line and snaps to Drew Lock and Phillip Lindsay, the MHR staff wants to see the offense take the next step (or two).MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Broncos vs 49ers: Denver’s third preseason game is all about the offenseTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailThe longest preseason ever marches on. There is some hyperbole there, but it does feel that way in regards to the Denver Broncos (just ask the media covering it). We are, however, getting closer to the regular season with Monday’s night preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers. Saturday concluded the two days of joint practices between the teams, and now it’s on to the third preseason game that is really the second. On the MHR Radio Podcast (ApplePodcasts, Spotify Shannon Sharpe Jersey , and Stitcher), Adam Malnati and I went over what and who to look for on Monday night at Mile High. Before we get to what the MHR staff wants to see, here’s the preseason history between the Broncos and San Francisco. In the regular season, this is where you will see the offensive and defensive rankings/stats for both teams. I might carry over this brief history for the regular season as well. Monday’s game serves as the 40th preseason game between Denver and the 49ers. The Broncos are 22-17 in the preseason all-time against San Francisco — 10-7 at home; 11-8 on the road; 1-2 on neutral sites. The first preseason game between the two teams was Aug. 23, 1968, at the University of Denver stadium. The 49ers won that game 22-6. The most recent was Aug. 19, 2017, in San Francisco. The Broncos won that game 33-14.One of the neutral-site preseason games was part of the American Bowl in Tokyo, Japan. That’s the game future Hall-of-Famer Terrell Davis announced his arrival with a special teams hit that forced the organization to ask, “Who the hell was that?” The Broncos won that Aug. 6, 1995, game at the Tokyo Dome , 24-10.Denver will play on Monday Night Football in the preseason for the 16th time, and the first since 2007. The Broncos are 6-9 in preseason games played on MNF. Now to the keys to Monday’s game.Denver’s offensive line There’s no secret one of the biggest questions for the Broncos is the offensive line. Still. How Denver’s line does is a key factor (the factor?) in how the offense and team does this season. The last two days and Monday’s game is the best test yet since San Francisco has a very good defensive line. I want to see how the Broncos offensive line holds itself and what it shows (hopefully good). — Ian St. Clair Snaps Connor McGovern has to deliver clean snaps to Joe Flacco — under center and especially shotgun. It’s been an issue for McGovern since early in training camp. — Luke Patterson More improvement from Drew Lock Lock showed the improvement he needed to last week against the Seattle Seahawks. This week, he needs to step up yet again and play well enough to make the team wonder if Kevin Hogan should remain the backup. And if Lock shows some improved blitz recognition, that certainly wouldn’t hurt. — Taylor Kothe Move the ball Would like to see the Broncos starting offense get a little bit of movement against the 49ers defense. I’d also like for the second- and third-team receivers get some opportunities to really show out in live action. — Just_JoRoNo interceptions Apparently, we need to hope Flacco doesn’t throw six picks. — Laurie Lattimore-VolkmannPhillip Lindsay Lindsay makes the offense click and Denver sputters without him. Needs to be out there as much as possible even as a decoy. — Kyle Berry MHR Radio is now on ApplePodcasts, Google Play, iHeartRadio, Spotify, Stitcher,TuneIn and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear.What are your keys for the Broncos preseason game in Seattle?

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