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Houshyamama
11-15-2011, 12:23 PM
19 (23) Broncos 4-5 We have to credit the Broncos for finding a way to win with Tim Tebow, even if it sets back the modern game. (Kuharsky)

What a ******.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/powerrankings/_/year/2011/week/11

peacepipe
11-15-2011, 12:26 PM
the problem with what he stated is what?...

RhymesayersDU
11-15-2011, 12:29 PM
Nothing. At all.

Houshyamama
11-15-2011, 12:30 PM
you're a problem

errand
11-15-2011, 12:34 PM
I like that the rest of the world thinks we can't win....come late december they'll be in for a huge suprise when we are set to win the AFC west

epicSocialism4tw
11-15-2011, 12:35 PM
He seems to be more concerned with the prissy passing game than he is with winning ball games.

I absolutely love a tough-minded smash-mouth squad, and it makes it all the more savory when we win knowing that clowns like this guy are out there whining about it messing up the lace on their panties.

epicSocialism4tw
11-15-2011, 12:36 PM
I like that the rest of the world thinks we can't win....come late december they'll be in for a huge suprise when we are set to win the AFC west

Exactly.

One of the main reasons I pull for the Broncos is because I pull for the underdog. Bring on the haters. We'll run the ball down their throats and then celebrate it in their faces.

BroncoLifer
11-15-2011, 01:01 PM
I've never understood why people care about Power Rankings, especially ESPN's version. It's all meaningless garbage, on a par with fantasy football.

The NFL has a better method for ranking teams - W/L record, followed by playoffs for the good teams.

jhns
11-15-2011, 01:03 PM
I've never understood why people care about Power Rankings, especially ESPN's version. It's all meaningless garbage, on a par with fantasy football.

The NFL has a better method for ranking teams - W/L record, followed by playoffs for the good teams.

Yeah. This isn't college!

Houshyamama
11-15-2011, 01:03 PM
I've never understood why people care about Power Rankings, especially ESPN's version. It's all meaningless garbage, on a par with fantasy football.

The NFL has a better method for ranking teams - W/L record, followed by playoffs for the good teams.

More than anything, I just wanted to point out his douchebag remark so it will be remembered when/if he's proven incorrect.

Houshyamama
11-15-2011, 01:04 PM
Yeah. This isn't college!

you're a college

enjolras
11-15-2011, 01:06 PM
He seems to be more concerned with the prissy passing game than he is with winning ball games.

I absolutely love a tough-minded smash-mouth squad, and it makes it all the more savory when we win knowing that clowns like this guy are out there whining about it messing up the lace on their panties.

It's like no one remembers that the last great Broncos team (superbowl years) were absolutely smash mouth teams in their own right. Obviously very different in their approach, but the basic idea of lining up and just running over other teams was the same.

What's been really fun the last two weeks is the way that this team has just sucked the will to play out of their opponents. Between Von-Doom just killing QB's and the offense just running over the defense both opponents basically just quit half-way through the fourth quarter.

We haven't seen that as Broncos fans since the 1999 season.

Popps
11-15-2011, 01:17 PM
It's like no one remembers that the last great Broncos team (superbowl years) were absolutely smash mouth teams in their own right. Obviously very different in their approach, but the basic idea of lining up and just running over other teams was the same.

What's been really fun the last two weeks is the way that this team has just sucked the will to play out of their opponents. Between Von-Doom just killing QB's and the offense just running over the defense both opponents basically just quit half-way through the fourth quarter.

We haven't seen that as Broncos fans since the 1999 season.

Agree top to bottom with this post.

Winning is always fun, but when you're doing it by running directly over opponents... it's just so much more rewarding. Crushing ground game plus big-time pass-rush = all fun.

epicSocialism4tw
11-15-2011, 01:20 PM
It's like no one remembers that the last great Broncos team (superbowl years) were absolutely smash mouth teams in their own right. Obviously very different in their approach, but the basic idea of lining up and just running over other teams was the same.

That's what was so great about that team. Our offensive line was just unbelievable. Then you put a tough, smart runner in that backfield who can make guys miss at the second level...perfection.

I wondered why nobody gave the Broncos a chance against the Packers back in 1998, because our running game had become unstoppable. It was just dominant. It took what it wanted.

Then you had WR's who took pride in blocking and the run game too. It was a thing of beauty. I'd much rather have Rod and Eddie Mac for that team than Randy Moss and Ochocinco because they knew the importance of playing tough on every down. That kind of stuff becomes ingrained in the fabric of the team, and when Davis hit a hole he knew that the corners would be given a tough route to the ballcarrier. Those things make subtle psychological differences as well as practical differences in the way that players go about play on gameday.

What's been really fun the last two weeks is the way that this team has just sucked the will to play out of their opponents. Between Von-Doom just killing QB's and the offense just running over the defense both opponents basically just quit half-way through the fourth quarter.

We haven't seen that as Broncos fans since the 1999 season.

No doubt.

The last two games have been dictated by the Broncos on both sides of the ball. There is reason to be excited. This kind of complementary play is something that could win the Broncos the division and get us into the playoffs.

Its something that was unthinkable 4 weeks ago.

Much props to Fox, McCoy, Allen and the rest of the coaches.

peacepipe
11-15-2011, 01:26 PM
It's like no one remembers that the last great Broncos team (superbowl years) were absolutely smash mouth teams in their own right. Obviously very different in their approach, but the basic idea of lining up and just running over other teams was the same.

What's been really fun the last two weeks is the way that this team has just sucked the will to play out of their opponents. Between Von-Doom just killing QB's and the offense just running over the defense both opponents basically just quit half-way through the fourth quarter.

We haven't seen that as Broncos fans since the 1999 season.how foolish it would be for any of us to think that elway had anything to do with it,that the threat of elway throwing the ball didn't help open up things in the run game.

epicSocialism4tw
11-15-2011, 01:31 PM
how foolish it would be for any of us to think that elway had anything to do with it,that the threat of elway throwing the ball didn't help open up things in the run game.

Do you remember the game that Elway had in 1998?

peacepipe
11-15-2011, 01:34 PM
Do you remember the game that Elway had in 1998?irrelivent, no matter what kind of game he had the defense still needed to respect his passing.

enjolras
11-15-2011, 01:37 PM
how foolish it would be for any of us to think that elway had anything to do with it,that the threat of elway throwing the ball didn't help open up things in the run game.

*sighs*

I don't think anyone would ever suggest otherwise. They were still leaps and bounds away from the finesse passing teams that are so prevalent in 2011. They were a run first team that stretched the defense vertically with the passing game. They almost never lined up in shotgun or went 5-wide. They were a FAR cry from the pass first teams of today.

That's the point. Yes it worked because Elway was back there and he routinely made defenses pay as they came up to stop the run. He backed them off every single time. That's where Tebow has to show substantial improvement. If he can get to the point that he's hitting the majority of those open receivers this will be an unstoppable offense.

My point was (is) that analysts are currently in love with the Patriots spread offense that has taken over the league. I think they see what the Broncos are doing as "antiquated" while ignoring that it's effective. Nevermind that that the current #1 seed in the AFC is something of a smash-mouth team in their own right.

TonyR
11-15-2011, 01:42 PM
We'll run the ball down their throats and then celebrate it in their faces.

I'm going to suggest waiting until after the game Thursday before getting too crazy. I remember you were acting like this before the Detroit game and then reality hit and you disappeared for a week. Not that that's a bad thing...

bendog
11-15-2011, 01:48 PM
It's like no one remembers that the last great Broncos team (superbowl years) were absolutely smash mouth teams in their own right. Obviously very different in their approach, but the basic idea of lining up and just running over other teams was the same.

What's been really fun the last two weeks is the way that this team has just sucked the will to play out of their opponents. Between Von-Doom just killing QB's and the offense just running over the defense both opponents basically just quit half-way through the fourth quarter.

We haven't seen that as Broncos fans since the 1999 season.

I'm not sure the chorfs have any will to play. Either that of Den's oline just got a lot better fast.

epicSocialism4tw
11-15-2011, 01:52 PM
I'm not sure the chorfs have any will to play. Either that of Den's oline just got a lot better fast.

They have steadily gotten better over the course of the season. JD Walton has been better since day one of this season and has become a real contributor. Beadles is playing much better too. If Clady and Franklin could just do some pass blocking, this thing would be excellent.

SonOfLe-loLang
11-15-2011, 02:02 PM
Actually a zone read option is fairly modern...especially in the pros!

broncocalijohn
11-15-2011, 08:46 PM
Yeah. This isn't college!

I dont know about that. We passed for 8 attempts and completed 2. Sounds like Navy football to me. As for the "Modern era" comment, so? We have but we are winning. Seems true to me but I am also realizing that we are utilizing Tebow's strengths.

theStifmeister
11-15-2011, 11:26 PM
who cares. ALL I DO IS WIN WIN WIN BABY

ozomulsion
11-16-2011, 12:11 AM
Exactly.

One of the main reasons I pull for the Broncos is because I pull for the underdog. Bring on the haters. We'll run the ball down their throats and then celebrate it in their faces.

Interesting. What team were you pulling for, in say, 1996-98? :wiggle:

MagicHef
11-16-2011, 12:26 AM
Exactly.

One of the main reasons I pull for the Broncos is because I pull for the underdog. Bring on the haters. We'll run the ball down their throats and then celebrate it in their feces.

I just felt like changing one letter in your post.

Jesterhole
11-16-2011, 06:18 AM
the problem with what he stated is what?...

Are you in a race to become the biggest tool on the boards?

Rohirrim
11-16-2011, 06:47 AM
It's like no one remembers that the last great Broncos team (superbowl years) were absolutely smash mouth teams in their own right. Obviously very different in their approach, but the basic idea of lining up and just running over other teams was the same.

What's been really fun the last two weeks is the way that this team has just sucked the will to play out of their opponents. Between Von-Doom just killing QB's and the offense just running over the defense both opponents basically just quit half-way through the fourth quarter.

We haven't seen that as Broncos fans since the 1999 season.

One of the best things I remember from that era is announcers saying, "It's no secret. Everybody knows what the Broncos are going to do. They just can't stop them from doing it."

Willynowei
11-16-2011, 10:07 AM
Tebow sucks as a real QB, thats the end of that discussion.

The question of whether Denver can win with this scheme they are running; of course - they've won twice w/ it already. Now can they sustain that win streak? Not likely.

RhymesayersDU
11-16-2011, 11:13 AM
Tebow sucks as a real QB, thats the end of that discussion.

Thanks for ending the discussion, I'll alert the press.

Mr. Elway
11-16-2011, 11:26 AM
Why was running the wildcat considered progressive two years ago, but what we've done the last two weeks considered a "setback?" I've heard that several times in the media, and it's bizarre. This game is all about finding different ways to beat the other team. If teams generally move to a passing offense, it stands to reason that defenses will be built to defend the pass, and eventually someone will figure out how to beat those defenses using the run. Obviously the rule changes have been a major contributor to the explosion of the passing game, but that really doesn't change the fact that strategies evolve over time in reaction to how opposing teams are built.

Swedish Extrovert
11-16-2011, 11:28 AM
Who cares about the modern game if you're winning?

The Broncos are almost like a rugby team these days.