After a second straight underwhelming performance, it looks like the Denver Broncos coaching staff is set to switch out Devontae Booker and insert Kapri Bibbs in his place as the starting back for Week 10. With the entire Broncos offense struggling terribly in an ugly loss to the Oakland Raiders Sunday night, head coach Gary Kubiak hinted at as much during his Monday meeting with reporters. With Booker picking up just 22 yards rushing and catching all of one pass, second-year man Bibbs could be the next attempt by Kubiak to spark a ground game that has grown dormant since C.J. Anderson was lost for the rest of the regular season. While Bibbs has next-to-playing time in his year-plus in thre league, Booker has seemed hesitant upon getting the handoff and is noticeably dancing too much instead of taking it up the field. Those who own stock in Booker should immediately be onto Bibbs given the opportunity that is presenting itself to the latter.