Broncos quarterback Brady Quinn is getting more comfortable in the team's offense. "Learning a new offense is like learning a new language," Quinn said. "And a game is like your opportunity to go out and try to speak that language in its home country. You're trying to become fluent and understand everything around you. That's my goal right now, to improve every day and be as fluent in this playbook as I can be." He went 11-of-17 for 115 yards against the Lions last weekend after a dreadful outing against the Bengals where he went 6-of-16 and had an interception returned for a touchdown. "I wouldn't say it's harder (than expected), but being in the position I'm at at quarterback, you don't get as many reps, and you have to make most of your reps mental reps," Quinn said. "And then you have to apply it on the field. I do feel confident in the system and definitely in my abilities. It's just a matter of doing all that with this group, with this team. "Matching some of the things we want to do out there, what we talk about in meetings, and then going out there and doing it on the field, being able to feel more and more comfortable in the system."