In an interview with DenverBroncos.com, former running back and Denver Broncos great Terrell Davis answered questions about the Broncos division rival Oakland Raiders, his involvement with coaching high school players in San Diego, and whether or not he feels he will ever make it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Also, just days before the Broncos kick-off their season on Monday Night Football against the Raiders, Davis was asked about his expectations for the team in 2011.
“I think we are optimistic with where we are – we will definitely be better than a 4-12 team. That’s a fact. But I think there is going to be a process that the team is going to have to go through. I don’t think people should try to put pressure to think that they are going to come out and run the table. The possibility of making the playoffs is there but you know how football is man – things might look good on the surface but until you get into game form and start to play games it’s kind of hard to gauge where we are.”
Read the rest of the Q&A with Davis here.
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