On paper, Harry Potter has plenty of tricks to win the day. On paper, things often add up nicely 1-2-3.
And on paper, the Broncos closed out their offseason program last week, feeling better about how they will enter the 2012 season than how they exited the one in 2011.
“That’s always the thing,” said cornerback Champ Bailey. “On paper, we’re better. We have more potential to be one of those teams. But we don’t play on paper. The Giants were like 7-7 last season, then put it together to win it all.
“It’s OK to feel good, to have big plans. But we have to play, we have to do all of the things that are necessary to be one of those teams playing at the end.”