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for the Denver Broncos on Day 3 of the 2019 NFL Draft? Christopher Hart updates his remaining Big Board and shares his thoughts. As well as sleeper picks the franchise could target on the draft’s last day."After two days of excitement the 2019 NFL Draft is heading into its third day. It’s been a wild ride thus far but you can expect more fireworks tomorrow. But before we get into the top prospects that are available to draft Dennis Smith Jersey , let’s delve into what the franchise was able to accomplish yesterday.The Denver Broncos were huge winners yesterday evening and were able to get three high-quality players in Dalton Risner, Drew Lock and Dre’Mont Jones. Risner and Lock had first-round grades on my board with Jones coming in as a Top 50 overall player. Broncos Country should be elated that the team has bolstered their offensive tremendously, as well as fortifying their defensive trenches with a disruptive interior pass rusher. If you would have told me all four of those players would have been Broncos — I would have laughed. I couldn’t have ever expected all of those prospects to be drafted by Denver without mortgaging future draft capital to do so. I’m absolutely stoked for the future of this team and there is no doubt in my mind Denver is better poise to compete next season and beyond after what has all transpired.It’s time to give some major credit to John Elway who maneuvered the board masterly and picked up the picks necessary to improve the roster dramatically. Had the franchise not moved down in the first-round, they wouldn’t have been able to get all of those players. It’s also important to keep in mind the Broncos still hold a future third-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft from the Pittsburgh Steelers.All and all, 82 of my Top 100 prospects were selected in that time-frame. Yodny Cajuste was selected by the New England Patriots at the 101st selection. After 102 picks, only 17 prospects remain from my board. The Broncos only have three selections left: 149, 157 and 239. It’s unlikely that any of the players below will be available — but expect the unexpected when it comes to the draft. I’ll also outline some sleeper picks outside of my Top 100 to look out for at positions of need. Let’s get to it!Hart’s Best Players Available for Day 340. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S — Florida 46. Hakeem Butler, WR — Iowa State52. Riley Ridley, WR — Georgia60. Amani Hooker, S — Iowa 64. Kelvin Harmon, WR — NC State65. Jarrett Stidham, QB — Auburn67. Deionte Thompson, S — Alabama68. Amani Oruwariye, CB — Penn State73. Joe Jackson, DE — Miami76. Anthony Nelson, DE — Iowa 78. Mack Wilson, LB - Alabama80. Isaiah Johnson, CB — Houston86. Blake Cashman, LB — Minnesota89. Drew Samia, OG — Oklahoma90. Ryan Finley, QB — North Carolina State92. D’Andre Walker, EDGE — Georgia96. Isaiah Buggs Terrell Davis Jersey , DE — AlabamaHart’s Sleeper Selections for Day 3Keep in mind this list is nowhere near exhaustive. These are just players I believe would help address needs for the franchise. Here are some quick observations on where value may present itself. There are still a handful of quality prospects in the secondary. This year’s wide receiver class is incredibly deep and I think the Broncos are poised to add another target in the fifth-round at the position. There are also some quality defensive lineman and edge rushers available too. Linebacker is quite thin but there are some hidden gems there with those listed below offering future starting potential.Julian Love, CB — Notre DameCorey Ballentine, CB — WashburnJimmy Moreland, CB — James MadisonKa’dar Hollman, CB — Toledo Kris Boyd, CB — TexasJordan Brown, CB — South Dakota StateIman Marshall, DB — USC Malik Gant, S — Marshall Jonathan Crawford, S — IndianaEvan Worthington, S — ColoradoJoe Giles-Harris, LB — DukeTe’von Coney, LB — Notre DameVosean Joseph, LB— ClemsonTerrill Hanks, LB — New Mexico StateTyrel Dodson, LB — Texas A&MT.J. Edwards, LB — WisconsinRenell Wren, DT — Arizona StateDaylon Mack, DT — Texas A&M Lamont Gaillard, C — GeorgiaKeelan Doss, WR — UC-DavisKeesean Johnson, WR — Fresno StateAnthony Johnson, WR — Buffalo Stanley Morgan Steve Atwater Jersey , WR — NebraskaTravis Fulgham, WR — Old DominionDillion Mitchell, WR — OregonEmanuel Hall, WR — MissouriJalen Jelks, EDGE — OregonJustin Hollins, EDGE — OregonJordan Brailford, EDGE — Oklahoma State This should be interesting. By now you know that the Denver Broncos sent Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans prior Tuesday’s trade deadline. Thomas’ first game for the Texans will come in Denver against his former team. As I said, interesting. Houston (5-3) enters Sunday’s game on a five-game winning streak and a pass rush poised to wreak serious havoc on a Broncos (3-5) offensive line that can’t pass protect. Denver, meanwhile, has one win in six games and is in serious need of a win before its bye. As Adam Malnati and I talked about on the latest MHR Radio Podcast, Houston, we may have a problem. We obviously preview Sunday’s game, but also focus on the trade of Thomas. For that we welcomed Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann to offer her thoughts on the move, and she proceed to go on a little (large) rant. Offensive RankingsHouston: Fifteenth in overall offense (379.0 yards), 11th in rushing (123.0), 18th in passing (256.0) and tied for 14th in points (24.6).Denver: Thirteenth in overall offense (380.8 yards), seventh in rushing (133.1), 20th in passing (247.6) and 20th in points (23.5).Defense RankingsHouston: Ninth in overall defense (334.9 yards), seventh in rushing (95.1), 12th in passing (239.8) and ninth in points (20.9).Denver: Twenty-second in overall defense (373.3 yards), 27th in rushing (135.8), 11th in passing (237.5) and 14th in points (24.3).Here are our keys to the game.Give Garett Bolles help As I said on the podcast, the Broncos second-year left tackle will attempt to not hold J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney on Sunday — eek. Denver has to muster all the help it can get for Bolles or it will be a long afternoon for Case Keenum. — Ian St. Clair Quit holdingShort and sweet. — Laurie Lattimore-Volkmann Protect Keenum from himself If Denver doesn’t find a way to do that facing Watt Brian Dawkins Jersey , Clowney and Whitney Mercilus, nothing else will matter. — Just_JoRoTurnovers The Broncos can win this game if they find a way to get and capitalize on turnovers. Taking the ball away and turning it into points will be paramount to keeping up with the Texans offense. — Adam Malnati Rinse, lather, repeat Denver’s offense needs to focus on rushing and play action against the Texans defense. Defensively the Broncos need to just pin Von Miller’s and Bradley Chubb’s ears back and let the Orange Rush go to it. The Texans’ biggest vulnerability is their horrible offensive line. So go get in Deshaun Watson’s face, and introduce his jersey to the Mile High turf as often as possible. I’m talking a six-eight-sack outing that should be entirely possible with Denver’s pass rush (the Texans have already allowed two seven-sack games). If the Broncos do that one thing, they probably win this game. If they don’t do that one thing, we get the Miami Dolphins treatment. — Taylor Kothe Prove it Word is that Denver players are frustrated because they feel that they’re better than their record shows right now. So they need go out this weekend and prove it against a team that’s warmed up and hot on a win streak. In order to be seen as not the bottom of the league, then Denver needs to actually beat a team that’s not in the bottom of the league or at Mile High in early September when away teams are at a huge disadvantage, because that’s literally the only games Denver has won in nearly three years.It’s not some complex schematic adjustment the Broncos need. Just quit beating yourself, and go win a damn game. Quit missing tackles, ruining good plays because of penalties, throwing interceptions, and being stupid in coverage. This isn’t rocket science. You want to win a game? Then play like you want to win a game. — Jeff Essary The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Acast, Stitcher, TuneIn and a few other podcast hosts. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear.What are your keys to victory for the Broncos?
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