PDA

View Full Version : Outside of MethWolfe


hambone13
08-20-2012, 11:41 AM
and Champ....who do we have that shows genuine heart and determination?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afVIItURn-I

hambone13
08-20-2012, 11:45 AM
The obvious answer is our new QB. Let's see how many else we have. These are the things of champions.

gyldenlove
08-20-2012, 11:49 AM
The offensive line has shown heart and determination, Walton has looked improved and both Clady and Franklin have been showing some mustard. The goal line blocking on the Mcgahee TD against Seattle was good and only allowing a couple of pressures against a solid defensive front is a good performance.

Dumervil and Miller have both been going hard, they are playing with fire making their presence very much felt. Malik Jackson also seems to be giving all he has.

The offensive skill players looked a bit disinterested against the Seahawks, everything from Mcgahee bouncing a 3rd and inches run to the outside on the first drive to Dreesen and Thomas not going harder for overthrown balls.

hambone13
08-20-2012, 11:58 AM
The offensive line has shown heart and determination, Walton has looked improved and both Clady and Franklin have been showing some mustard. The goal line blocking on the Mcgahee TD against Seattle was good and only allowing a couple of pressures against a solid defensive front is a good performance.

Dumervil and Miller have both been going hard, they are playing with fire making their presence very much felt. Malik Jackson also seems to be giving all he has.

The offensive skill players looked a bit disinterested against the Seahawks, everything from Mcgahee bouncing a 3rd and inches run to the outside on the first drive to Dreesen and Thomas not going harder for overthrown balls.

Willis Mac reminds me a bit of Payton in his quiet and execution. Can he find the strings that tie him to his offensive line and to Peyton? I think it's an interesting idea. As Ditka would put it, "There are so many things that come into a championship team but most of them start with everyone believing."

Even if you don't watch the link, that I provided, watch some of the Walter Payton videos that may follow. These are the things of champions and teams don't watch them enough. Or maybe it's not in the watching as much the potential understanding. These are the things that make the little hairs on the back of my neck stand up.

Rock Chalk
08-20-2012, 12:00 PM
Chris Harris (Rock Chalk bitches!)

gyldenlove
08-20-2012, 12:02 PM
Chris Harris (Rock Chalk b****es!)

I forgot about him, he played an outstanding game.

pricejj
08-20-2012, 12:16 PM
David Bruton, Brandon Stokley

Bronco Boy
08-20-2012, 12:49 PM
I forgot about him, he played an outstanding game.

He did? Wasn't he the one who got owned by a geriatric TO for what should have been a TD? Thought it was him but maybe not.

Quoydogs
08-20-2012, 12:55 PM
Von - Doom were great ( held on every play but great. ) Warren even threw 2 dudes to the ground to grab there RB. It was pretty slick. I also think Ayers is going to have a break out year.

lolcopter
08-20-2012, 01:02 PM
He did? Wasn't he the one who got owned by a geriatric TO for what should have been a TD? Thought it was him but maybe not.

Yeah that was him, but he did have a few pass breakups and a near INT

Solid game from Harris

SoCalBronco
08-20-2012, 01:08 PM
Very few people are MethWolfian in their level of heart and determination.

razorwire77
08-20-2012, 01:12 PM
He did? Wasn't he the one who got owned by a geriatric TO for what should have been a TD? Thought it was him but maybe not.

Didn't Doom blow by the defender and get tackled on that play too? The scabs missed 3 blatant holding penalties in the first half.

KevinJames
08-20-2012, 01:16 PM
Von Miller's motor never stops his passion for the game is strong same with Elvis Dumervil.

Willis McGahee plays with a whole lot of heart as well, one of the toughest players in the game he goes hard every day.

Peyton Manning, enough said.

Robert Ayers always play with heart and passion, he may lack in skill at times but he always seems to go hard lately.


I see something in Joe Mays as well, but I definitely gotta see more

vancejohnson82
08-20-2012, 01:21 PM
Von Miller's motor never stops his passion for the game is strong same with Elvis Dumervil.

Willis McGahee plays with a whole lot of heart as well, one of the toughest players in the game he goes hard every day.

Peyton Manning, enough said.

Robert Ayers always play with heart and passion, he may lack in skill at times but he always seems to go hard lately.


I see something in Joe Mays as well, but I definitely gotta see more

wasn't Robert Ayers called out by JDR earlier in camp???

Kaylore
08-20-2012, 01:56 PM
I see something in Joe Mays as well, but I definitely gotta see more

That he can't tackle? Why am I the only one who noticed he played horrid?

enjolras
08-20-2012, 02:04 PM
That he can't tackle? Why am I the only one who noticed he played horrid?

Because he didn't. He played inconsistently. He's one of the most up and down players I've ever watched. He had 3 or 4 great tackles (took a good angle, got in on the play, brought his player down). He also missed 3 or 4 stops that turned into big games.

With Mays it's not a matter of can't, it's a matter of doing it all the time.

ZONA
08-20-2012, 02:07 PM
Totally gay post. Started off with using the Methwolf thing. Seriously, can't you people here have something more then a HS mentality? It's not funny. Say it to yourself 20 times. Second, are you for real dude? You're saying 2 people on the entire team are the only ones who care about this team and winning? What a stupid post. Should be deleted.

theAPAOps5
08-20-2012, 02:11 PM
He did? Wasn't he the one who got owned by a geriatric TO for what should have been a TD? Thought it was him but maybe not.

Should have been a TD isn't a TD. That was one play. He played in a lot more than one play.

pricejj
08-20-2012, 02:12 PM
That he can't tackle? Why am I the only one who noticed he played horrid?

Brooking better start making waves...and quick.

fontaine
08-20-2012, 02:20 PM
Totally gay post. Started off with using the Methwolf thing. Seriously, can't you people here have something more then a HS mentality? It's not funny. Say it to yourself 20 times. Second, are you for real dude? You're saying 2 people on the entire team are the only ones who care about this team and winning? What a stupid post. Should be deleted.

Didnt you get the memo about how heart can now be measured by a quarter or so of preseason ball? That and a few posts about meth and you've got an orangemane thread.

Dr. Broncenstein
08-20-2012, 02:33 PM
Knowshon. He's all heart and determination. And durable. Aoooowwwww.

cutthemdown
08-20-2012, 02:34 PM
I forgot about him, he played an outstanding game.

Except for the time TO burned him and then dropped the ball.

Kaylore
08-20-2012, 02:41 PM
Because he didn't. He played inconsistently. He's one of the most up and down players I've ever watched. He had 3 or 4 great tackles (took a good angle, got in on the play, brought his player down). He also missed 3 or 4 stops that turned into big games.

With Mays it's not a matter of can't, it's a matter of doing it all the time.

3 or 4 missed tackles that turn into huge gains, and also taking some crappy angles and crashing the wrong gaps. He single-handedly contributed to multiple conversions and he sucks in coverage. I know he's all we got, but he's directly responsible for some of the long gains on running plays. And saying "he does it sometimes" is basically like saying someone doesn't always suck. That is a bad game to me.

And I remind you that the book on defeating Peyton Manning is to eat clock and grind it out on the field to keep Manning off the field as much as possible. We're going to see a crap load of runs all year - particularly with who our QB is and especially with the way the linebackers don't tackle very well like they did Saturday night.

theAPAOps5
08-20-2012, 02:48 PM
Except for the time TO burned him and then dropped the ball.

So he only played one play the whole game?

BroncoBuff
08-20-2012, 02:55 PM
wasn't Robert Ayers called out by JDR earlier in camp???

Yeah, looks less than enthused. Doubt he's is in roster danger, but Wolfe's already passed him, and Malik Jackson had a sack the other night.

Bronco Boy
08-20-2012, 03:06 PM
So he only played one play the whole game?

Pretty key play in my opinion. Should have been 7 points but for TO's still getting back into the swing of things.

canadianbroncosfan
08-20-2012, 10:28 PM
Totally gay post. Started off with using the Methwolf thing. Seriously, can't you people here have something more then a HS mentality? It's not funny. Say it to yourself 20 times. Second, are you for real dude? You're saying 2 people on the entire team are the only ones who care about this team and winning? What a stupid post. Should be deleted.

Didnt you get the memo about how heart can now be measured by a quarter or so of preseason ball? That and a few posts about meth and you've got an orangemane thread.

Well until you two started side tracking this thread, it was completely about football. Oh but it's the MethWolfe guys that ruin every thread with non football related banter? Get over it fellas.

Anyways back to the OP and FOOTBALL talk

I think the stand out for me from game two would have to be Bruton. One blocked punt and a tip on a second. I remember hearing the announcers at the beginning of the game talking about what a special teams stand out he was, and he delivered.

I think Doom also looked great, not as if that would be shocking. He's getting to the QB and using his reach. If it weren't for the replacement refs, he would've had probably three or four holding calls called on the Seahawks O-Line/FBs. Then again, maybe that isn't just cause they're replacement refs.

canadianbroncosfan
08-20-2012, 10:29 PM
Yeah that was him, but he did have a few pass breakups and a near INT

Solid game from Harris

And a horrific "pass interference" call against him. I couldn't believe he got called for that. He was really sticking to guys and playing them tight, however did have the misstep against T.O.

Meck77
08-20-2012, 10:42 PM
Totally gay post. Started off with using the Methwolf thing. Seriously, can't you people here have something more then a HS mentality? It's not funny. Say it to yourself 20 times. Second, are you for real dude? You're saying 2 people on the entire team are the only ones who care about this team and winning? What a stupid post. Should be deleted.

I missed this whole methwolfe thing. No idea who started it or how it even started.

Zona I recall times back in the last 80's early nineties where you could barely find anyone who wasn't bagging on Elways heart. Yawn.

It's all a bunch of horseshiat. We find out what the team and players are made of in Nov, Dec, and hopefully january.

Great Sweetness clip though. Was talking about him the other day with an old friend. I sure miss watching him run people over. ah the good ole days.

ton80
08-20-2012, 11:48 PM
Didn't Doom blow by the defender and get tackled on that play too? The scabs missed 3 blatant holding penalties in the first half.

if there weren't scabs there wouldn't be football. the refs now suck as bad as the regular refs. smallest violin rockin here.

ton80
08-20-2012, 11:49 PM
Knowshon. He's all heart and determination. And durable. Aoooowwwww.

and has the balance of a 3-legged giraffe

Bronco Yoda
08-21-2012, 12:15 AM
Buffy seems to be giving it all she's got...

http://groundcontroltomajortombrady.files.wordpress.com/2012/01/denver-broncos-cheerleaders.jpg?w=480

lolcopter
08-21-2012, 06:23 AM
I missed this whole methwolfe thing. No idea who started it or how it even started.

Derogatory nickname "trademarked" by Requiem because he loved the draft pick so much. Then all the other morans hopped on the troll train

Name 5 good white defensive tackles in the NFL.
I bet Wolfe has less than 2 sacks this year.

Play2win
08-21-2012, 07:15 AM
Derogatory nickname "trademarked" by Requiem because he loved the draft pick so much. Then all the other morans hopped on the troll train

Well what can you say? Methheads are dumb.

missingnumber7
08-21-2012, 07:33 AM
3 or 4 missed tackles that turn into huge gains, and also taking some crappy angles and crashing the wrong gaps. He single-handedly contributed to multiple conversions and he sucks in coverage. I know he's all we got, but he's directly responsible for some of the long gains on running plays. And saying "he does it sometimes" is basically like saying someone doesn't always suck. That is a bad game to me.


I must've watched a different game than you. You are describing how Woodyard played perfectly. Mays is a run stopper and gap filler plain and simple, his pass coverage skills have improved dramatically over time, but that being said still has a ways to go.

Bacchus
08-21-2012, 07:39 AM
I must've watched a different game than you. You are describing how Woodyard played perfectly. Mays is a run stopper and gap filler plain and simple, his pass coverage skills have improved dramatically over time, but that being said still has a ways to go.

I thought Mays played well, He did miss two tackles that I saw but from what I hear they are paying Marshawn Lynch as well. Mays always plays with a lot of energy which I think is good. He is much better than Woodyard IMO.

lolcopter
08-21-2012, 07:43 AM
. He is much better than Woodyard IMO.

That's not really a fair statement given their different playing styles and responsibilities within this defense. Woodyard is a weak side backer who is better is pass coverage and has a wider open field range, also probably a better open field tackler. Mays is a MLB thumping run stuffer who is making an effort to improve at pass coverage and is still prone to whiffing and missing an arm tackle here and there.

That being said, ideally both of these guys would be depth and not day 1 starters (imo)

dictionary
08-21-2012, 08:39 AM
Didnt you get the memo about how heart can now be measured by a quarter or so of preseason ball? That and a few posts about meth and you've got an orangemane thread.

No, no, no, no, no. Heart is measured in how many times you can mention Tebow in a sentence. ESPN knows this.