Mike Klis, 9NEWS Broncos Insider 9:09 p.m. MST November 18, 2015Nov 1, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos offensive guard Louis Vasquez (65) and center Matt Paradis (61) and guard Evan Mathis (69) at the line of scrimmage in the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Broncos defeated the Packer 29-10.(Photo: Ron Chenoy, Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports)ENGLEWOOD—No team subs out offensive linemen during a game like the Denver Broncos.Check that. No team subs offensive linemen in game except for injury. The Broncos rotate at three positions. Their left tackle position is a two-man combination of Ryan Harris and Tyler Polumbus, and their two guards have become a three-man rotation of Evan Mathis, Louis Vasquez and Max Garcia.For a couple games the New England Patriots were in-game rotating offensive tackles but not anymore. Shouldn’t the Broncos settle on five, and only five, offensive linemen for cohesion purposes?”No, I think it’s best for us what we’re doing,” said Broncos’ head coach Gary Kubiak. “I think that’s the best thing for us.”Generally speaking, Harris plays between 60 and 75 percent of the snaps at left tackle each game and Polumbus plays the rest. In the Broncos’ most recent game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Mathis played 75 percent of the snaps at left guard, Vasquez took only 67 percent at right guard and Garcia wound up playing left and right guard for 60 percent of the snaps.Mathis and Vasquez were the NFL’s first-team All-Pro guards just two years ago. Now, they’re giving way to a fourth-round rookie in Garcia.”It’s helped me out a lot,” said Garcia, who also has been taking practice snaps at the tackle positions. “Especially this last game was definitely my best game. I’m feeling more comfortable in there.”The guard rotation is about developing Garcia. He played guard, center and tackle in college and he may wind up doing the same for the Broncos. The Broncos have primarily dressed eight offensive linemen for each game – the five starters, plus Polumbus, Garcia and center James Ferentz.Kubiak said he’d like to reduce that number to seven.”We won’t get there if we don’t keep playing Max in various spots,” Kubiak said.”Just looking ahead to the future, I didn’t want to sit out this year and not be ready to go come next year, kind of like a redshirt freshman” Garcia said. “Going … – Click Here To Visit Article Source