The Denver Broncos had quite the transformative offseason in 2018. They experienced wholesale change at key positions on offense and lost a dog or two on defense Youth Brandon Marshall Jersey , but overall what personnel move likely hurt them the most in their immediate future? That is a question our staff hoped to address in today’s roundtable discussion. Let us know what you think in the comments section below.What was the Broncos’ worst personnel move this offseason/preseason?Scotty: Probably could have done more at tight end. Lots of question marks there.Sadaraine: I don’t care how much of a locker room problem or coaching issue Aqib Talib was. Trading him away was a big time mistake that changes what Joe Woods can and can’t do with his defensive play calling. I did not see Talib as a guy that lost a step. He is, was, and will always be a straight up dawg and our coach should have been able to make it work for a player of his talent.Pete: Dumping Aqib Talib. I hated it when the idea was shopped around and I hate it even more right now. Bradley Roby isn’t up to snuff for replacing Talib. Sure, he’s ok, but he’s no Talib. We robbed from our biggest position of strength and turned it into a liability as teams are able to throw all over us. Chris Harris Jr. can’t cover everyone at the same time, and sadly there isn’t much behind him. Maybe Adam Jones can play, but the last time he did, he wasn’t any good. This isn’t 2015/2016 anymore.Taylor: Trading Aqib Talib away was the worst thing the Broncos did to their roster this offseason. It may have been necessary for cap & long term planning reasons, and possibly even for locker room reasons, but it turned the team’s greatest strength into a question mark in one fell swoop. If the moves made to replace him don’t work out & the secondary struggles, we’ll cringe when looking back at this trade.Jeff: Talib will be at the top of the list for most, but the writing was on the wall with him, and there have been reports that he was beginning to be an issue in the locker room, not getting along with Vance Joseph, so it was probably best that he go somewhere else. I think the Menelik Watson situation was worse and cost Denver a lot of unneeded cap space. Now, I know some of it was out of their control because he waited to have surgery so they would be forced to keep him, but that whole situation was a mess and they now are ranked higher in dead money than they have been for the last 5 yearsLaurie: Trading Aqib Talib was the move I hate the most, but I understand it and don’t think it was the worst for the team. But keeping Menelik Watson and his expensive salary was a dumb move, easily the worst (late) decision by the front office.Hart: Keeping Menelik Watson on the roster as long as they did. They could have gotten rid of him much sooner and not had to have paid him over six million dollars to do nothing for the franchise. He should have been released at the end of last season.Adam: Names like Aqib Talib and Menelik Watson are certainly the obvious places to point for most fans. And those aren’t wrong. I’ll go another direction. Retaining Vance Joseph could be the move that comes back to bite this team in the end. Of course I am hopeful that Joseph will have learned from his 2017 debacle White Matt Paradis Jersey , but if not, it’s clear that keeping him around was a huge mistake.Joe R: Talib and Watson for the reason’s mentioned above, both illustrate Elway’s biggest weakness as a GM. He believed Talib was replaceable by Langley, (a project who had shown nothing to that point) or Brock (a player who was an afterthought in free agency).Ian St: To change it up, wasting another offseason on Paxton Lynch instead of just moving on.Chad Kelly: ‘I’ve got to watch more film than ever before’ It was #ChadKellyWatch on #BroncosTwitter today as the once “Mr. Irrelevant” draft pick became a very relevant quarterback on the field, officially moving up the depth chart to No. 2.If you’re a big Chad Kelly fan, the quarterback’s comments after his practice with the twos today will only confirm your support. Crediting his teammates for his move up the depth chart, it was as if Kelly spent some time at the Peyton Manning School of Pressers.“Those guys made the plays, they got me in the right protections and the guys with the ball in their hands made plays,” Kelly said. “Like I said, it’s not just me that got to that position. It’s those other guys around me that helped me get there.”But Kelly is the first to admit that he still has work to do and that only increases now that he’s working with the second team offense.“You just have to work hard. That’s really what it is. Even the best ones are still working extremely hard. They don’t know everything,” Kelly said, adding that as just a second-year guy, he “doesn’t know anything.” “I have to watch more film than I ever have before,” he said, “and you know when your time is called, you better be ready to step up and go.”Earlier in the day on “First & 10 @ 10,” Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater talked with Matt Boyer of Broncos TV about whether the “Kelly hype” is real - and the consensus was “yes.”“We have been talking about how well he commanded huddle in training camp Youth Darian Stewart Jersey , and that chemistry definitely translated [to Saturday’s game],’” Boyer said, adding that Kelly had “great command coming up to the line and his awareness of the defense was amazing.”When it was finally time for practice and Kelly was with the twos, #BroncosTwitter went on full Kelly alert.Edwards, Mase and Atwater had discussed the situation if Kelly were to get the second-team nod for the upcoming joint practices with the Bears this week, and Edwards even compared the fan love for Kelly to that of Kyle Sloter last season. “But there’s a developmental process that needs to happen,” Edwards pointed out, wondering if Kelly is ready. “If you were to throw him out against the ones, we’d be saying a few different things.”True. And Boyer believes that is exactly what what the Broncos will try to answer this week - will Kelly, or even Paxton Lynch, be a viable backup this season - or do the Broncos need to look for a veteran as backup going into the season?“Kelly proved he can handle the third-stringers. Now can he take the next step, and what is that next step?” Boyer said, adding that it will be “very interesting” and “very, very exciting” for fans if Kelly is taking those second-team reps at the end of the week.But Boyer doesn’t believe the Broncos should give up on Lynch yet either and Mase noted that the third year is a “fork in the road” for quarterbacks - either you stay or you get ready to go.“A backup QB is like a fire extinguisher,” Mason said. “You don’t want to need them but you want them to be reliable when you do.” And although Kelly has officially moved up to No. 2 and Lynch down to No. 3, Boyer still wants to see Lynch have time on the field.“I think Paxton has faced a lot of adversity. You’ve got to keep putting him out there. You can’t write him off,” Boyer said. “He’s got to have an opportunity to get better. These next two games are very important.”