Denver wont go RBBC. When was the last time they did? They will have one starter and probably stay with him all year if he is capable. Right now Hearst and Bell arent even in the running for the starting job, I dont know where you get your info.
-- Broncos RB Update --
Mon Jun 28, 2004 --from FFMastermind.com
Patrick Saunders reports for the Sporting News that Denver Broncos RB Quentin Griffin (5-7, 198) and FB/RB Mike Anderson are the top contenders to be the team's featured running back this year. Griffin has quickness and ability to catch the ball out of the backfield, but lacks size , bringing into question his ability to pick up tough yards. Anderson, who ran for 1,487 yards in 2000, has been a fullback the past two seasons. Second-round draft pick RB Tatum Bell failed to impress during minicamp, especially with his lack of inside running effectiveness. RB Garrison Hearst and RB Ahmaad Galloway are also in the mix. HC Mike Shanahan would love to find one running back to carry the ball 25 times per game. At fullback, Anderson will start, provided he doesn't start at running back. FB Reuben Droughns will also see playing time. While both are good lead blockers, Droughns is a better receiver than Anderson.
Griffin will be starting by week 1 and never look back.