Sorry. I'm probably giving most athletic girls a bad name, but Kyle Orton's throw during the week 2 preseason game against Seattle looked like my arthritic grandma was tossing her purse.
We've seen the Brett Favre last-ditch-effort throw before. It can't be that hard, can it?
Well, the Denver faithful learned throwing a terrible pass isn't hard at all. Seattle's Ken Lucas nabbed this predictable pickoff as it fluttered out of Orton's not-so ambidextrous left arm on a fourth-and-goal play from the one-yard-line.
Fun Kyle Orton Math Fact:
If Kyle Orton can refrain from passing the ball with his left hand, he can effectively reduce his total interceptions by 25%.
Orton's dead duck of a pass wasn't the only gift Denver gave to the Seahawks this year. As the fate of the Bronco's 2009 season falls faster than City Bank stocks, you should know that Denver traded away their natural 2010 first-round pick to Seattle. I guess Josh McDaniels like to go with the AA model of hitting rock-bottom before they can finally turn themselves around.
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