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And the Denver Broncos with their number three pick in the 1983 draft selectJohn Elway The young rookie standing six feet three inches tall and one hundred ninety-three pounds joyfully stood center stage accepting his new jersey He was selected for his perfect quarterback build and his amazing skills on the field Scouts were appauled at the way this man could see the field and read defenses These skills brought him into this league but it is the skills that he developed and the struggles that he went through that would give hime the title of The greatest quarterback everIn his first couple of seasons John Elway was know for throwing a plethora of interception giving him a bad name quickly He would panic when the rush would come and just toss it up for grabs While Elway was busy throwing interceptions there were two other rookie quarters in the league doing phenominal Dan Marino and Jim Kelly were astounding the nation with the numbers that they were putting up every game making Elway look like pathetic So if Elway wanted to stay in the league he would have to pick up his game in a hurry and he didIn the late 80s Elway had come into his own and the Broncos front office had also put together a mediocer around him For the first time in his career Elway led his to to the playoffs in 88 but were eliminated in the first round However in 89 he would lead his team to the championship game and eventhough he lost he showed great promise for the future Ol Johnny went year after year improving enormously with each and every game He threw less and less interceptions each year and dramaticly improving his accuracy and his pass completion percentage Elway was running passing or even taking a sack instead of throwing an interception showing the world that he had what it took to be named
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