Sep 30, 2010 12:51 AM
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Kyle Orton is irritated. Brady Quinn is befuddled. Tim Tebow is resolute.
Denver's three quarterbacks all had different matters on their minds Wednesday as the Broncos (1-2) began preparations for their trip to Tennessee (2-1) this weekend.
Orton, whose 1,078 yards passing through three games are the most by a Broncos quarterback since 1962, suggested the Broncos' third-down troubles and red-zone issues could be solved with more production out of Denver's dismal running game.
Quinn admitted he didn't know why he leapfrogged Tebow to serve as the Broncos' backup quarterback Sunday against Indianapolis. Tebow insisted he was just going to keep hitting the playbook and learning what he can by watching.
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