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Ronnie Tsunami
10-24-2012, 05:36 PM
According to his facebook page.

"4 more years."

https://www.facebook.com/rahim.moore

That, or it's about Obama. Who knows *shrug*

Keep an eye out

BroncoMan4ever
10-24-2012, 05:46 PM
According to his facebook page.

"4 more years."

https://www.facebook.com/rahim.moore

That, or it's about Obama. Who knows *shrug*

Keep an eye out

You're a prick!

Mogulseeker
10-24-2012, 05:58 PM
I love how the hit that he got fined for is his profile picture.

txtebow
10-24-2012, 06:12 PM
He's a worse tackler than Tony Lilly.

Lycan
10-24-2012, 06:16 PM
He's a worse tackler than Tony Lilly.

He's actually developed into a really good tackler.

Mogulseeker
10-24-2012, 06:17 PM
He's a worse tackler than Tony Lilly.

Last year his tackling was a problem. This year it's pass coverage.

I have a feeling we haven't seen the complete Rahim Moore yet.

He's still not as good as I was expecting.

broncosteven
10-24-2012, 06:36 PM
I would love to see him blossom into a complete player.

He still has a way to go but he is young yet.

HILife
10-24-2012, 06:41 PM
According to his facebook page.

"4 more years."

https://www.facebook.com/rahim.moore

That, or it's about Obama. Who knows *shrug*

Keep an eye out

jackass

menonite
10-24-2012, 06:49 PM
Lisfranc

HILife
10-24-2012, 06:54 PM
Lisfranc

x2

The Joker
10-24-2012, 06:56 PM
I'm optimistic about Moore. It's easy to forget that he's still only 22 years old, he was very young coming out of college.

His tackling has come a long way in the space of a year, he's still a little unsure of himself in coverage at times but that should improve as he gets more comfortable in our system and continues to get up to NFL speed.

I don't look at him and see a Pro Bowl talent or anything, but there's definitely a good player in there. If he can develop into a good all-round starter then I'll be delighted, you can't have 11 Pro Bowlers and how long has it been since Denver had a good safety?

A good SS alongside him would help immensely, too. Adams and Leonhard are no more than stop-gaps, Carter showed glimpses last year but who knows how his injury this season will affect him. Be great if Carter and Moore could develop into a quality tandem.

That said, he's definitely talking about Obama.

Mogulseeker
10-24-2012, 07:04 PM
I'm optimistic about Moore. It's easy to forget that he's still only 22 years old, he was very young coming out of college.

His tackling has come a long way in the space of a year, he's still a little unsure of himself in coverage at times but that should improve as he gets more comfortable in our system and continues to get up to NFL speed.

I don't look at him and see a Pro Bowl talent or anything, but there's definitely a good player in there. If he can develop into a good all-round starter then I'll be delighted, you can't have 11 Pro Bowlers and how long has it been since Denver had a good safety?

A good SS alongside him would help immensely, too. Adams and Leonhard are no more than stop-gaps, Carter showed glimpses last year but who knows how his injury this season will affect him. Be great if Carter and Moore could develop into a quality tandem.

That said, he's definitely talking about Obama.

This. Except Dawkins and Lynch were good... not homegrown, though.

Binkythefrog
10-24-2012, 07:12 PM
Guys like Dawkins and Lynch were scary and provided unbelievable run support. As the NFL is much more of a passing league now I think we need guys like Moore who can really cover ground. I think his mistakes this season have been mental - these are obviously easier to teach than the physical ones. I still have high hopes for him - i think his athleticism can make him a good one.

The Joker
10-24-2012, 07:38 PM
This. Except Dawkins and Lynch were good... not homegrown, though.

Dawkins was an excellent run support player and emotional leader. He needed to be protected a lot in terms of his coverage assignments though by the time he came to Denver, the Dawkins we got was a shadow of what he was in Philly.

Lynch was immense, but that was like more than 5 years ago. Some of the scrubs we've run out there at safety since he left... damn... not a healthy thing to be thinking about!

Mogulseeker
10-24-2012, 08:31 PM
I really liked Nick Ferguson.

But yeah, some really bad ones... how Sam Brandon had a job is beyond me.

teknic
10-24-2012, 08:38 PM
I really liked Nick Ferguson.

But yeah, some really bad ones... how Sam Brandon had a job is beyond me.

The worst pair was by far Fox and McCree....

And Renaldo Hill was pretty awful... blew a game against the Jets with a stupid PI on a hail mary...

And because I was thinking of awful Denver DBs, I was reminded of Nate Jones. **** that guy.

lonestar
10-24-2012, 08:45 PM
I'm optimistic about Moore. It's easy to forget that he's still only 22 years old, he was very young coming out of college.

His tackling has come a long way in the space of a year, he's still a little unsure of himself in coverage at times but that should improve as he gets more comfortable in our system and continues to get up to NFL speed.

I don't look at him and see a Pro Bowl talent or anything, but there's definitely a good player in there. If he can develop into a good all-round starter then I'll be delighted, you can't have 11 Pro Bowlers and how long has it been since Denver had a good safety?

A good SS alongside him would help immensely, too. Adams and Leonhard are no more than stop-gaps, Carter showed glimpses last year but who knows how his injury this season will affect him. Be great if Carter and Moore could develop into a quality tandem.

That said, he's definitely talking about Obama.

OUtstanding post..

The comment about 11 pro bowlers is something I say from time to time.. would be great but soon they would be getting more cap psace than we can afford..

It has to be the more these Kiddies work with REAL NFL coaches the better they get.. It is not like we have had quality Defensive coaches in over a decade and when we did get one or two the HC would run them off.

I remember hearing one of the older( someone that had been here since Mikey was here..) Defensive players when Fox came to town, say it is nice not feeling like a second class citizen any more....

if you want a great D use the PIT model get a guy that failed as HC and let him run the the D forever.. When you bury him hire another one..

The great defenses over the years have one thing in common long term DC that bring in great position coaches.. Buddy Ryan way back in CHI, Jones from PHILLY, Dick L in PIT..

They kept their teams in play in every game.. In some cases won those games on D..

Eldorado
10-24-2012, 08:55 PM
I really liked Nick Ferguson.

But yeah, some really bad ones... how Sam Brandon had a job is beyond me.

Big nickel.

DBroncos4life
10-24-2012, 09:08 PM
I really liked Nick Ferguson.

But yeah, some really bad ones... how Sam Brandon had a job is beyond me.

I'll take he could cover TEs for a 1000 Alex.

theAPAOps5
10-24-2012, 09:09 PM
Should get a banned for a lane thread title like this.

SportinOne
10-24-2012, 09:26 PM
Obama sucks soo much dick, Ron Paul should be the President. But who cares gas is still gonna be 4 dollars a gallon no matter who wins.

is the price of gas REALLLY that big of a deal to you?

lonestar
10-24-2012, 09:32 PM
is the price of gas REALLLY that big of a deal to you?

Should be for everyone..

It not only cost more to go to work, but all other costs are higher as a result.. Food is more expensive because of the fuel it takes to move it on the farm, from the farm, from the possessor, to the market..

As is every other thing you buy..

Guessing that because of the cost of gas is up so are your natural gas bills for heating and cooking and if you live somewhere you use heating oil to keep your house warm it is up also..

YES it is a really big deal..

KevinJames
10-24-2012, 10:39 PM
Don't think its contract related.

http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mb2mq1Jfxi1r1jlzoo1_500.jpg

Bacchus
10-24-2012, 11:13 PM
He's a worse tackler than Tony Lilly.

What games are you watching?

Action
10-24-2012, 11:37 PM
What games are you watching?

None - he's probably just reading the scouting reports on the omane.

bowtown
10-25-2012, 04:40 AM
I really liked Nick Ferguson.

But yeah, some really bad ones... how Sam Brandon had a job is beyond me.

Ferguson was an overrated journeyman and Sam Brandon was incredibly effective in the Big Nickle. We haven't been able to stop a TE since he went down.

Beantown Bronco
10-25-2012, 06:18 AM
None - he's probably just reading the scouting reports on the omane.

....from a year ago.

eddie mac
10-25-2012, 06:54 AM
Didn't the NFLPA stop the extending of rookie contracts in the first 2 years, thus Moore cant be extended until 2013 at the earliest.

socalorado
10-25-2012, 07:44 AM
Didn't the NFLPA stop the extending of rookie contracts in the first 2 years, thus Moore cant be extended until 2013 at the earliest.

Yeah, thats what i thought?
Your the master on this stuff Ed.

TheReverend
10-25-2012, 07:44 AM
What I'm taking away from this thread:

Someone liked Nick Ferguson

Crushaholic
10-25-2012, 08:29 AM
Should get a banned for a lane thread title like this.

According to TJ, fake news DOES warrant a vacation. We'll see. I have no power...

SonOfLe-loLang
10-25-2012, 09:04 AM
is the price of gas REALLLY that big of a deal to you?

Do people not realize oil prices are set globally and not locally? We could be "energy independent" and gas prices will still be high. Blame India and China for their industry booms.

Rabb
10-25-2012, 09:11 AM
Should get a banned for a lane thread title like this.

yep

R-Mac
10-25-2012, 09:15 AM
He's a worse tackler than Tony Lilly.

That's why he has 40 tackles after 6 games this season.

It had to be someone with a "tebow" name.

Lestat
10-25-2012, 11:01 AM
That's why he has 40 tackles after 6 games this season.

It had to be someone with a "tebow" name.

http://cache.ohinternet.com/images/2/24/I_see_what_you_did_there_super.jpg

ozomulsion
10-26-2012, 05:29 PM
Ferguson was an overrated journeyman and Sam Brandon was incredibly effective in the Big Nickle. We haven't been able to stop a TE since he went down.

The Big Nickle brings back wonderful memories. We used to be able to cover TEs! Even good ones! On to Moore. I'm very proud of him for coming so far, so quick. The year before he came out, he had 10 ints in one season. He was like Ed Reed in college, always in the right place. I'm coming to terms that his 10int season was an Epiphany, and nothing more.

Carter! I truly believe he is the answer at the other safety. He seemed to have a knack for big Ints. Let's all hope, BELIEVE, prey or whatever that he comes back strong next year!! I've come to the realization that winning more than 2 playoff games with our Safety situation is simply not a realistic expectation, not to mention MLB.

ZONA
10-26-2012, 05:54 PM
He's a worse tackler than Tony Lilly.

You must not have watched the last 2 games because his tackling was very solid and it's getting better. Way to stick your foot in your mouth. Next time, get your facts straight before spewing off. ROFL!

Nwp-Apap
10-26-2012, 05:55 PM
http://cache.ohinternet.com/images/2/24/I_see_what_you_did_there_super.jpg

You're not sure if you saw what he did there?

bap454
10-26-2012, 06:31 PM
So.... he did or did not get an extension?
Should have been confirmed by now if it was true .... Right?

baja
10-26-2012, 06:36 PM
no extension

Bronco Boy
10-26-2012, 06:52 PM
Release the Ban Hammer!

Broncoman13
10-26-2012, 07:33 PM
is the price of gas REALLLY that big of a deal to you?

Hell yes!!!

Broncoman13
10-26-2012, 07:46 PM
In the last 4 years my average Heating bill has gone from $90 month to $165... $30 of that is my own doing though. My average Electricity bill from $115 to $140. My average weekly grocery bill from $150 to nearly $250 ($almost $400 per month!) and that doesn't include the nearly $180 per month in school lunches for my kids that have gone from $2.25 per day to $2.85 per day. Fuel from $150 per month to about $240 per month. All of this is directly related to the cost of gas. Lowering the cost of fuel should be any president's priority, IMO. Lower the cost of fuel and that could potentially free up $300-400 a month for my family. That's a lot of money that I could be pumping back into the economy! But I don't pretend that any candidate would do enough to make a difference in this regard.

baja
10-26-2012, 07:53 PM
In the last 4 years my average Heating bill has gone from $90 month to $165... $30 of that is my own doing though. My average Electricity bill from $115 to $140. My average weekly grocery bill from $150 to nearly $250 ($almost $400 per month!) and that doesn't include the nearly $180 per month in school lunches for my kids that have gone from $2.25 per day to $2.85 per day. Fuel from $150 per month to about $240 per month. All of this is directly related to the cost of gas. Lowering the cost of fuel should be any president's priority, IMO. Lower the cost of fuel and that could potentially free up $300-400 a month for my family. That's a lot of money that I could be pumping back into the economy! But I don't pretend that any candidate would do enough to make a difference in this regard.

Has you income kept pace? Just curious.

Lestat
10-26-2012, 07:56 PM
You're not sure if you saw what he did there?

no, i'm sure. but any excuse to put up a Fry meme is worth it.

Broncoman13
10-26-2012, 08:04 PM
Has you income kept pace? Just curious.

In a bit of a different situation than most, but up until two years ago it more than kept pace. Been stagnant for two years now and I don't complain and understand why. Income in that 4 years grew by probably 20%, but from promotion.

ZONA
10-26-2012, 08:33 PM
I'm optimistic about Moore. It's easy to forget that he's still only 22 years old, he was very young coming out of college.

His tackling has come a long way in the space of a year, he's still a little unsure of himself in coverage at times but that should improve as he gets more comfortable in our system and continues to get up to NFL speed.

I don't look at him and see a Pro Bowl talent or anything, but there's definitely a good player in there. If he can develop into a good all-round starter then I'll be delighted, you can't have 11 Pro Bowlers and how long has it been since Denver had a good safety?

A good SS alongside him would help immensely, too. Adams and Leonhard are no more than stop-gaps, Carter showed glimpses last year but who knows how his injury this season will affect him. Be great if Carter and Moore could develop into a quality tandem.

That said, he's definitely talking about Obama.

Well that defines how you look at "talent". He has all the physical gifts, so it's just the mental part of it. Much different then then somebody who doesn't have the physical tools to be a probowl player. Give him another year. I think he's going to learn alot from Champ and JDR.

The Joker
10-26-2012, 09:31 PM
Well that defines how you look at "talent". He has all the physical gifts, so it's just the mental part of it. Much different then then somebody who doesn't have the physical tools to be a probowl player. Give him another year. I think he's going to learn alot from Champ and JDR.

Physically he probably does have the gifts yes, but you can say that for so many players in the NFL. These guys are incredible athletes.

I think a lot of the mental side of the game is innate though. Sure you can improve your ability to read the game through practice and coaching, but only so much IMO. The great players at DB are the ones that can see what's going to happen that split second before anyone else does and react to something almost before it actually happens.

Maybe when Moore gets comfortable in his role in the defense and doesn't have to think so much we'll start seeing that from him. Hopefully.

Vegas_Bronco
10-26-2012, 10:03 PM
Runny Salami...what have you done here?

Dedhed
10-27-2012, 08:56 AM
Do people not realize oil prices are set globally and not locally? We could be "energy independent" and gas prices will still be high. Blame India and China for their industry booms.

Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.