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outdoor_miner
09-30-2009, 02:54 PM
Well - looks like it's my turn to step up and save the season with some good mojo. :strong: Check out these idiots:

http://www.truebluefanclub.com/socialnet/forums.cfm?plckForumPage=ForumDiscussion&plckDiscussionId=Cat%3a24d8e8bc-b132-4a6f-81fa-ab728a950ed1Forum%3a140ede96-a57c-412f-826a-3047cb49bbe1Discussion%3a4aa996c9-2ca6-4dfb-8c72-dd93de177088

Here's my favorite...

Amazing. Reading their boards and they think their "#1" defense is going to contain us. They've got the easiest opening schedule of just about any team in the league.

The bravado of only Baltimore being a threat to them because Denver beat Cinci, Cinci beat Pittsburgh therefore Denver is better than Pittsburgh is child-like in its naivete.

Yes Broncos fans, you are going to be thoroughly outclassed in this game. Orton is a bottom third of the NFL QB. Spare me the "mile high home field advantage" rhetoric. We've walked into every NFC East stadium and won convincingly. Same for Lambeau, same for Soldier Field or whatever they call it now.

You're living in a fictitious 3-0 world created by the worst teams in the NFL walking up to you and handing you the win.

Enjoy the next 5 consecutive losses.

oubronco
09-30-2009, 02:58 PM
We will see

SonOfLe-loLang
09-30-2009, 02:59 PM
Who said only baltimore stood in our way?

Bronco Boy
09-30-2009, 03:00 PM
That doesn't seem that delusional. Certainly not when compared to the Raiders thread from last week. Besides, everything is bigger in Texas, even the bull****.

Rulon Velvet Jones
09-30-2009, 03:01 PM
I love when they dog on Denver's schedule and ignore the Cowboys beating 2 0-3 teams in Tampa and Carolina.

Archer81
09-30-2009, 03:04 PM
We'll see. Am I supposed to be impressed that in the past they have gone into Philly, DC, NY and won? How about that Philly game in Philly to close out last season? How'd that turn out?


:Broncos:

LetsGoBroncos
09-30-2009, 03:05 PM
I can't wait until Sunday, we are going to smash their faces in. I usually have a pretty good gauge of whether or not the Broncos are going to win. To be honest, I thought we would struggle and beat Oakland in a close game, so I'm not the kind of person that always thinks we are going to win or win convincingly. However, there is something about this team and this week and I am very confident that we will win by more than a touchdown. I was thinking about putting $100 on Denver if the spread came out and we were 4 point favorites. The fact that we are the underdog makes this an easy bet.

23-13 Broncos in a game that isn't as close as the score. We dominate and struggle in the red zone again.

outdoor_miner
09-30-2009, 03:05 PM
Who said only baltimore stood in our way?

He probably went over to the Broncos home page and checked out those forums...

no-pseudo-fan
09-30-2009, 03:06 PM
Ask a Cowboy fan the last time Dallas Beat Denver. Then wait for them to find the answer.

outdoor_miner
09-30-2009, 03:07 PM
That doesn't seem that delusional. Certainly not when compared to the Raiders thread from last week. Besides, everything is bigger in Texas, even the bull****.

There was one of these threads created each of the last three weeks... Delusional Bengal Fans, Delusional Browns Fans, etc... I'm just keeping with the trend.

HAT
09-30-2009, 03:08 PM
I love when they dog on Denver's schedule and ignore the Cowboys beating 2 0-3 teams in Tampa and Carolina.

Exactly...

Teams Denver has beat: 3-6
Teams Dallas has beat: 0-6

Denver MOV: 46
Dallas MOV: 25

Old Dude
09-30-2009, 03:09 PM
They are going to kill us. They practically own Invesco Field, Orton is a total joke, the defense is among the NFL's worst and only looks statistically good because of three games against crappy, crappy teams.

We obviously can't protect the QB - because no one has ever been able to protect Orton. The only threats on this team are Bailey, Marshall and Royal. But Bailey can only cover one receiver so just throw to the others. Royal is in a sophmore slump and Orton can't find him anyway. And Marshall is a basket case.

I think that covers it.

Oh, wait.

McDaniels is a rookie coach who has no idea what he's doing and Nolan is mainly famous for coaching great defenses down to average ones.

epicSocialism4tw
09-30-2009, 03:13 PM
I love when they dog on Denver's schedule and ignore the Cowboys beating 2 0-3 teams in Tampa and Carolina.

Well...you know those Cowboys fans as well as I do.

Even though they field a mediocre team year after year, they somehow convince themselves that they are the best team in the NFL time and time again.

errand
09-30-2009, 03:16 PM
Not to mention the clown that claimed the reason they struggled against Tampa Bay was because they didn't know what the Bucs would do with no history to scout since they have a new coach (like us), new offense (like us), new defense (like us) and new coordinators (like us).

I wonder if the Cowboys are playing any other teams that are like Tampa Bay?

Not to mention, yeah we haven't played the Colts, Pats or Giants...but to hold ANY NFL team to under 10 points is an accomplishment in itself....and their backfield is depleted due to injury....I like our chances provided we are able to run the ball, win the turnover battle, pressure Romo, and don't give up any big plays.

outdoor_miner
09-30-2009, 03:16 PM
They are going to kill us. They practically own Invesco Field, Orton is a total joke, the defense is among the NFL's worst and only looks statistically good because of three games against crappy, crappy teams.

We obviously can't protect the QB - because no one has ever been able to protect Orton. The only threats on this team are Bailey, Marshall and Royal. But Bailey can only cover one receiver so just throw to the others. Royal is in a sophmore slump and Orton can't find him anyway. And Marshall is a basket case.

I think that covers it.

Oh, wait.

McDaniels is a rookie coach who has no idea what he's doing and Nolan is mainly famous for coaching great defenses down to average ones.

You're absolutely right. 84-7 Cowboys. Romo starts the day with a pick-6, and then comes back strong to carve us up for 12 touchdown passes to Roy Williams (there's a fantasy tip for ya, fellas).

broncofan
09-30-2009, 03:16 PM
They are going to kill us. They practically own Invesco Field, Orton is a total joke, the defense is among the NFL's worst and only looks statistically good because of three games against crappy, crappy teams.

We obviously can't protect the QB - because no one has ever been able to protect Orton. The only threats on this team are Bailey, Marshall and Royal. But Bailey can only cover one receiver so just throw to the others. Royal is in a sophmore slump and Orton can't find him anyway. And Marshall is a basket case.

I think that covers it.

Oh, wait.

McDaniels is a rookie coach who has no idea what he's doing and Nolan is mainly famous for coaching great defenses down to average ones.

Amen.

scorpio
09-30-2009, 03:20 PM
They are going to kill us. They practically own Invesco Field, Orton is a total joke, the defense is among the NFL's worst and only looks statistically good because of three games against crappy, crappy teams.

We obviously can't protect the QB - because no one has ever been able to protect Orton. The only threats on this team are Bailey, Marshall and Royal. But Bailey can only cover one receiver so just throw to the others. Royal is in a sophmore slump and Orton can't find him anyway. And Marshall is a basket case.

I think that covers it.

Oh, wait.

McDaniels is a rookie coach who has no idea what he's doing and Nolan is mainly famous for coaching great defenses down to average ones.

http://imgur.com/9qXiV.gif

Hogan11
09-30-2009, 03:20 PM
Cowboys fans are not very far from Raiders fans....just sayin'

TheElusiveKyleOrton
09-30-2009, 03:26 PM
They are going to kill us. They practically own Invesco Field, Orton is a total joke, the defense is among the NFL's worst and only looks statistically good because of three games against crappy, crappy teams.

We obviously can't protect the QB - because no one has ever been able to protect Orton. The only threats on this team are Bailey, Marshall and Royal. But Bailey can only cover one receiver so just throw to the others. Royal is in a sophmore slump and Orton can't find him anyway. And Marshall is a basket case.

I think that covers it.

Oh, wait.

McDaniels is a rookie coach who has no idea what he's doing and Nolan is mainly famous for coaching great defenses down to average ones.

NICE!

Also, did you hear we don't have Cutler anymore? I mean what a bombshell, right?

Old Dude
09-30-2009, 03:31 PM
... and we needed one of the luckiest plays in the history ofthe NFL to beat the hapless Bungles ... That will never happen again and certainly not this week!

bronclvr
09-30-2009, 03:44 PM
Oh, I like this one-


"I really wish I could get into these discussions with Broncos fans but I just don't take them seriously...denver, oakland, kansas city...boring!

Now the Chargers are another matter...I look forward to that game!"


Delusional I tell ya-

DomCasual
09-30-2009, 04:02 PM
They probably see threads like this one (http://www.orangemane.com/BB/showthread.php?t=83886) and think we're a bunch of back woods hillbillies. :)

Of course, they live in Texas, and it doesn't get much more hillbilly than that; but I digress.

Irish Stout
09-30-2009, 04:09 PM
I found this interesting from that thread:


Denver is possibly the worst 3-0 team since last year's worst 3-0 team led by Cutler. Herein begins the slide to watching the playoffs from home.

NY's front 7 outclasses Denvers at every single position with greater depth as well. Their interior DT's are bigger than your NT and we blew them off the LOS all game long, not to mention they've got better DE's than your could possibly hope for.

There isn't a team that if given the choice would take Denver's front 7 over NY's stable of Pro Bowlers and Super Bowl winners.

Orton will hear more than a few boos come Sunday afternoon, and the entire US outside of San Francisco and St. Louis will see what a sham the 3-1 Broncos really are. Good luck wearing those Blaze Orange unis. Sure makes it a ton easier for Romo to pick out the defense, just like he did with NY and their all red unis.


Nobody claimed we had NYG's front 7 or that you need that front 7 to win. I love the cocky attitude.

My attitude may be considered cocky, but we can win any game any Sunday if we have the right mental attitude and the right preparation with the players and personnel we've currently got. Will we win this game? Who knows, but we absolutely can win.

epicSocialism4tw
09-30-2009, 04:14 PM
I found this interesting from that thread:



Nobody claimed we had NYG's front 7 or that you need that front 7 to win. I love the cocky attitude.

My attitude may be considered cocky, but we can win any game any Sunday if we have the right mental attitude and the right preparation with the players and personnel we've currently got. Will we win this game? Who knows, but we absolutely can win.

The Cowboys fans are comparing the Broncos and Giants because a local radio host said earlier today that the Broncos are more comparable to the Giants than any of the other teams that the cowboys have faced this season.

Cowboys fans are deathly afraid of the Giants.

Br0nc0Buster
09-30-2009, 04:27 PM
I found this interesting from that thread:



Nobody claimed we had NYG's front 7 or that you need that front 7 to win. I love the cocky attitude.

My attitude may be considered cocky, but we can win any game any Sunday if we have the right mental attitude and the right preparation with the players and personnel we've currently got. Will we win this game? Who knows, but we absolutely can win.

wait didnt Romo throw 3 picks in that game?

Rohirrim
09-30-2009, 04:32 PM
They are going to kill us. They practically own Invesco Field, Orton is a total joke, the defense is among the NFL's worst and only looks statistically good because of three games against crappy, crappy teams.

We obviously can't protect the QB - because no one has ever been able to protect Orton. The only threats on this team are Bailey, Marshall and Royal. But Bailey can only cover one receiver so just throw to the others. Royal is in a sophmore slump and Orton can't find him anyway. And Marshall is a basket case.

I think that covers it.

Oh, wait.

McDaniels is a rookie coach who has no idea what he's doing and Nolan is mainly famous for coaching great defenses down to average ones.

I have to agree with Old Dude. We don't have a chance. I'm going to have the wife hide all the sharp objects.

TonyR
09-30-2009, 04:39 PM
Nobody claimed we had NYG's front 7 or that you need that front 7 to win.

Their offensive performance against the NYG does scare me at bit. They rushed for 251 yards and an 8.7 avg. But they turned the ball over and their defense was poor so they lost a close game. But they can run the ball, for sure. We'll need a better performance from our O to win this game.

WABronco
09-30-2009, 04:47 PM
I've never been one to get involved with retards from other message boards, as there are plenty here, but I would get great enjoyment out of creating an account for the sole purpose of telling their entire board to "suck sh-it" after we beat them.

loborugger
09-30-2009, 04:48 PM
I watched the MNF game against Carolina until midway thru the 3rd quarter. If Dallas wants to go on the road and beat anyone (outside of maybe Cleveland or KC), they are gonna need to play a lot less sloppy. That was a horribly played game, at least the parts I saw.

El Guapo
09-30-2009, 04:52 PM
being a Texan, and living through years of dillusional cowboys seasons, it'll be fun to watch us CRUSH them in person this week!

chickennob2
09-30-2009, 05:05 PM
I've never been one to get involved with retards from other message boards, as there are plenty here, but I would get great enjoyment out of creating an account for the sole purpose of telling their entire board to "suck sh-it" after we beat them.

I prefer calling them out for random **** that never happened. For exmple, after winning, "Take that, you bunch of homophobes!"

DAN_BRONCO_FAN
09-30-2009, 05:15 PM
*WERE DOOMED I TELL YA DOOMED. not only is dallas americas team but they are god's team. we can only beg Dallas if they would let us score a fg at least, and even if we could beat Dallas, we shouldnt do you want to embarrass America's team and let the terrorist win? Only some godless anti American liberal who worships Satan would even attempt to beat Dallas.

* note to the humor impaired THIS IS A JOKE !!!!!!!

Quoydogs
09-30-2009, 05:16 PM
I wish that there was a to compile all of there stupid little quotes and send it to our D in a slide show right before the game. That way every time Dooom says hi to Romo he can repeat what there fans said to him. Ha!

maher_tyler
09-30-2009, 05:23 PM
Well - looks like it's my turn to step up and save the season with some good mojo. :strong: Check out these idiots:

http://www.truebluefanclub.com/socialnet/forums.cfm?plckForumPage=ForumDiscussion&plckDiscussionId=Cat%3a24d8e8bc-b132-4a6f-81fa-ab728a950ed1Forum%3a140ede96-a57c-412f-826a-3047cb49bbe1Discussion%3a4aa996c9-2ca6-4dfb-8c72-dd93de177088

Here's my favorite...

It's harder to breath at higher elevations...all those teams are at or around sea level. We will see...i think he's thinking a little to highly of his Cowboys...they haven't exactly beat any "good" teams either. Carolina is a joke this year and TB isn't much better!

hades
09-30-2009, 05:54 PM
I think we can win, but if we don't, my life will be absolute hell down here!

ZONA
09-30-2009, 05:55 PM
Let em talk. There is nothing sweeter then going to the other teams boards after they lose to see all the melt down threads starting.

They have a good running game (when Barber or Jones is playing) and should be able to produce some yards but I think they are living in fantasy land if they think they are just going to run it down our throats all day long, especially if Jones and Barber are out.

If I were a Cowboys fan, I would be cautious on how I looked at this game. You know your RB's are hurting (and their best might not even play) and on top of that, they played a very sloppy game against a struggling Panthers team just a few days ago. Those redzone blunders would have me at least a little worried. And just as they are saying we haven't played anybody, you have to look at who they played also. The one good team they played, they lost (at home). I know they are excited about their #1 rushing offense and you can't blame them for that, but cmon already, they have nobody in the passing game worth a damn but Whitten.

Bottom line, I would at least wait to find out more about the RB status before I was talking too much trash if I were a Cowboys fan.

Me, I'm totally looking forward to this game. I want to see how this defense plays against a very good running team (even though the Bengals have been extremely good the past two weeks).

FireFly
09-30-2009, 06:00 PM
We're riding a wave of euphoria and confidence atm.

This is going to be tough game for us. They are a good team.

baja
09-30-2009, 06:01 PM
Their offensive performance against the NYG does scare me at bit. They rushed for 251 yards and an 8.7 avg. But they turned the ball over and their defense was poor so they lost a close game. But they can run the ball, for sure. We'll need a better performance from our O to win this game.

Truthfully this is the way I see this game we will have to score 24 points and get good D for 4 quarters.

Here's baja's tip; Bet the over and bet the Broncos cause the Mile High Home Field advantage has been resurrected by Josh McDaniels.

There will be talk of Mike High Magic once again.

Chris
09-30-2009, 06:07 PM
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_kjgoAHKTXjk/SLMgCe2QayI/AAAAAAAABAU/cAFP7OLGYFU/s320/R-201454-001.jpg

colonelbeef
09-30-2009, 06:20 PM
Their coach is Wade Phillips.

Let me repeat.

The Dallas Cowboys are coached by Wade Phillips.

That's all you need to know.

cutthemdown
09-30-2009, 06:25 PM
They could be right. Broncos might not be as good as any of the next 4-5 teams on the schedule.

We are looking for upsets.

The mighty Cowboys will be a tough test.

UberBroncoMan
09-30-2009, 06:32 PM
They are going to kill us. They practically own Invesco Field, Orton is a total joke, the defense is among the NFL's worst and only looks statistically good because of three games against crappy, crappy teams.

We obviously can't protect the QB - because no one has ever been able to protect Orton. The only threats on this team are Bailey, Marshall and Royal. But Bailey can only cover one receiver so just throw to the others. Royal is in a sophmore slump and Orton can't find him anyway. And Marshall is a basket case.

I think that covers it.

Oh, wait.

McDaniels is a rookie coach who has no idea what he's doing and Nolan is mainly famous for coaching great defenses down to average ones.

This thread needed a jolt of reality and wisdom.

Bravo!

This game might go so bad that Texas might declare its independence and proceed to conquer Colorado so that the rest of the world no longer suffers through the badness that is the Broncos.

maher_tyler
09-30-2009, 06:33 PM
Truthfully this is the way I see this game we will have to score 24 points and get good D for 4 quarters.

Here's baja's tip; Bet the over and bet the Broncos cause the Mile High Home Field advantage has been resurrected by Josh McDaniels.

There will be talk of Mike High Magic once again.


I hope its loud as **** at that place this weekend!! I remember watching games on TV back when they played in old Mile High and seeing the camera shaking...i hope it like that this weekend!!

broncswin
09-30-2009, 06:33 PM
Their coach is Wade Phillips.

Let me repeat.

The Dallas Cowboys are coached by Wade Phillips.That's all you need to know.

And that my friends is FAIL:rofl:

ZONA
09-30-2009, 06:34 PM
http://z.hubpages.com/u/343587_f520.jpg

gunns
09-30-2009, 06:56 PM
The Cowboys fans are comparing the Broncos and Giants because a local radio host said earlier today that the Broncos are more comparable to the Giants than any of the other teams that the cowboys have faced this season.

Cowboys fans are deathly afraid of the Giants.

And didn't the Giants beat the Cowboys? hmmm...

And isn't Wade Phillips still their coach? :loser:

BlaK-Argentina
09-30-2009, 07:01 PM
The only thing I'm not looking forward to this sunday is seeing Romo's ugly mug on TV. I've never seen a more disgusting face get so many close shots. I hope Doom buries his face in the dirt.
:)

Archer81
09-30-2009, 08:38 PM
wait didnt Romo throw 3 picks in that game?


Three picks that directly led to a NY win...

Dont mention that tho...Cowboys fans are sen si tive...


:Broncos:

DenverBrit
09-30-2009, 08:45 PM
http://c4.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/19/l_bef82ac2133750d0dca95673c5789ec3.jpg http://thumbs.imagekind.com/member/90f3043d-ecf6-4673-86af-044c3804978a/uploadedartwork/450X450/1f6ecbc0-b8d5-4703-aca4-b44e73a716ae.jpg


http://www.freewebs.com/philadelphiaeagles/pee%20on%20cowboys.bmp

Merlin
09-30-2009, 08:47 PM
I think this is the first interesting game for Denver. It will be a nice gauge for where the team truly stands.

Archer81
09-30-2009, 08:51 PM
Trying to figure this out.

Dallas has beaten Tampa, Carolina (0-6) and NYG (3-0)

Denver has beaten Cinci (2-1) Oakland and Cleveland (0-6).

Yet Denver is the soft team, who played a cupcake schedule. WTF?


:Broncos:

Old Dude
10-01-2009, 07:15 AM
I have to agree with Old Dude. We don't have a chance. I'm going to have the wife hide all the sharp objects.

And things have gotten even worse. Eddie Royal limped off the practice field yesterday, probably with a groin pull. That will probably K/O him for at least a month. Stokely still has such a deep thigh bruise that he couldn't play last week and can't practce this week. Gaffney has a broken thumb. So that leaves Marshall and the TEs. Marshall doesn't know the playbook and is in the dog house anyway. All Dallas really has to do is to cover scheff - and he's on the field less than half the time anyway. I suppose they could suit up Hillis as WR but he's got a concussion. So that leaves our "blocking" TEs as the only viable receivers. I doubt that Dallas even needs to assign anyone to cover them. They're so slow that they'll still be coming out of their stance by te time Orton is getting blindsided by the pass rush.

So I guess we could try to run the ball, but we're completely overmanned in the middle. And Harris has a shoulder injury over on the right side, so what can we do?

Prater is missing almost half his FG attempts, so I think we'll be lucky to get three points even if we manage to get a turnover or something.

Dallas, 38-3, and they'll probably end the game with their second string driving for yet another score, when Wade has mercy on us for old times sake and has them run out the clock.

broncofan7
10-01-2009, 07:50 AM
This game will come down to Kyle Orton's play--I fully expect Dallas to score in the lower 20's against us--we have yet to have a game that Kyle Orton was forced to keep pace with an opposing team's offense--I hope that he is up to the task and can lead us to victory---I say 27 -23 Denver over Dallas.

Rabb
10-01-2009, 07:54 AM
This game will come down to Kyle Orton's play--I fully expect Dallas to score in the lower 20's against us--we have yet to have a game that Kyle Orton was forced to keep pace with an opposing team's offense--I hope that he is up to the task and can lead us to victory---I say 27 -23 Denver over Dallas.

I don't think that is him not getting it done, they are game planning to do what needs to be done to win...so they are not asking him to go crazy

we have to get over the days of the QB being the guy to pull games out for us, yes there will be times that he has to be the guy making the plays but this offense avoids any one guy having to be THE guy

I like it

broncofan7
10-01-2009, 08:05 AM
I don't think that is him not getting it done, they are game planning to do what needs to be done to win...so they are not asking him to go crazy

we have to get over the days of the QB being the guy to pull games out for us, yes there will be times that he has to be the guy making the plays but this offense avoids any one guy having to be THE guy

I like it

By getting it done --I mean move the sticks--converting a good % of our 3rd down opportunities and cashing in in the red zone.--not necessarily 'bringing us back'--our passing scheme is designed to bring efficiency to our passing game--his completion % worries me--hopefully, it is low due to the glove, which may come off against Dallas.

Mr.Meanie
10-01-2009, 08:10 AM
By getting it done --I mean move the sticks--converting a good % of our 3rd down opportunities and cashing in in the red zone.--not necessarily 'bringing us back'--our passing scheme is designed to bring efficiency to our passing game--his completion % worries me--hopefully, it is low due to the glove, which may come off against Dallas.

Exactly right. The gloves are coming off! ITS GO TIME!!!

Peoples Champ
10-01-2009, 08:26 AM
I love when they dog on Denver's schedule and ignore the Cowboys beating 2 0-3 teams in Tampa and Carolina.



good point. But when we beat them they will say it was because Barber/Jones were hurt.

Baba Booey
10-01-2009, 08:32 AM
I'm catching all kinds of flack from the 'girls fans I know. I hope we shut them the **** up.

Punisher
10-01-2009, 08:33 AM
0 playoff wins since 1996 Americas Team? And I love how Jerry Jones gave these losers a Billion Dollar Stadium what a ****ing Idiot, also i love how they think Tony Romo is going to be the Face of that Franchise. This team has Fail written all over them.

Punisher
10-01-2009, 08:37 AM
Trying to figure this out.

Dallas has beaten Tampa, Carolina (0-6) and NYG (3-0)

Denver has beaten Cinci (2-1) Oakland and Cleveland (0-6).

Yet Denver is the soft team, who played a cupcake schedule. WTF?


:Broncos:

They don't know any better, I think some of these fans think Emmitt Smith and Troy Aikman is still on the team, What a shame.

Punisher
10-01-2009, 08:41 AM
Short week...

Road trip...

elevation...

Better not look past ANY team at this point...

Creative play calling might be the order of the day...

How is the weather looking?

Here's one with some brains

Jason in LA
10-01-2009, 08:41 AM
I don't see why anybody would predict a two score+ win on the road, especially when their team is pretty much middle of the road. I could understand if their team was considered one of the elite in the league, and they were playing a bottom feeder. But at this point I'd say both of these teams are middle of the road. I have no problem with them thinking that their team will win the game. But a two score prediction? They are overrating their team, and underrating the Broncos.

gyldenlove
10-01-2009, 08:49 AM
When was the last time the Cowgirls beat us? have they even done it in this millenium?

oubronco
10-01-2009, 08:59 AM
0 playoff wins since 1996 Americas Team? And I love how Jerry Jones gave these losers a Billion Dollar Stadium what a ****ing Idiot, also i love how they think Tony Romo is going to be the Face of that Franchise. This team has Fail written all over them.

my granddad and dad always said "Where was the poll at we never got to vote" "Americas team my ass"

Mr. Elway
10-01-2009, 09:12 AM
Uh oh, got another gut feeling here: I have a sneaking suspicion we will prove way too much for the Cowboys to handle. We win by two scores, and post our first 30 point offensive game.

outdoor_miner
10-01-2009, 09:15 AM
I don't see why anybody would predict a two score+ win on the road, especially when their team is pretty much middle of the road. I could understand if their team was considered one of the elite in the league, and they were playing a bottom feeder. But at this point I'd say both of these teams are middle of the road. I have no problem with them thinking that their team will win the game. But a two score prediction? They are overrating their team, and underrating the Broncos.

Seriously - the way some of those fans talk you'd think they were the defending Super Bowl champs.

gyldenlove
10-01-2009, 09:19 AM
0 playoff wins since 1996 Americas Team? And I love how Jerry Jones gave these losers a Billion Dollar Stadium what a ****ing Idiot, also i love how they think Tony Romo is going to be the Face of that Franchise. This team has Fail written all over them.

At least their franchise has a very pretty face.... who plays like a bag of poo as soon as the weather gets a little cold.

Old Dude
10-01-2009, 09:27 AM
When was the last time the Cowgirls beat us? have they even done it in this millenium?

Last time was 1995 in Dallas, when the Cowboys prevailed 31-21.

The Broncos won the last three meetings (1998, 2001, 2005) twice in Dallas, once in Denver.

Irish Stout
10-01-2009, 09:40 AM
By getting it done --I mean move the sticks--converting a good % of our 3rd down opportunities and cashing in in the red zone.--not necessarily 'bringing us back'--our passing scheme is designed to bring efficiency to our passing game--his completion % worries me--hopefully, it is low due to the glove, which may come off against Dallas.

The completion percentage is down, because KO throws a lot of passes out of bounds when the play has broken down and there isn't an easy throw to WR. I think that should give you more confidence rather than less. The not forcing passes or taking sacks seems good to me. Granted we need a few big plays from KO at some point to assist the O in getting the smaller plays and run plays that will come more often.

dbfan4life
10-01-2009, 09:47 AM
Well...you know those Cowboys fans as well as I do.

Even though they field a mediocre team year after year, they somehow convince themselves that they are the best team in the NFL time and time again.

This.

I loathe the Cowboys...almost on the same level as the Raiders.

Don Flamenco
10-01-2009, 10:51 AM
They are going to kill us. They practically own Invesco Field, Orton is a total joke, the defense is among the NFL's worst and only looks statistically good because of three games against crappy, crappy teams.

We obviously can't protect the QB - because no one has ever been able to protect Orton. The only threats on this team are Bailey, Marshall and Royal. But Bailey can only cover one receiver so just throw to the others. Royal is in a sophmore slump and Orton can't find him anyway. And Marshall is a basket case.

I think that covers it.

Oh, wait.

McDaniels is a rookie coach who has no idea what he's doing and Nolan is mainly famous for coaching great defenses down to average ones.

Old Dude has obliterated teh bad mojo on this thread with teh good mojo of teh correct!

DAN_BRONCO_FAN
10-01-2009, 10:58 AM
they are the chosen ones. we aint even worthy of looking upon the glory of the Dallas cowboys with the messiah wade phillips as coach who we crucified and cast out score 99999999999999999999999 -0 dallas

Steve Sewell
10-01-2009, 11:02 AM
Well...you know those Cowboys fans as well as I do.

Even though they field a mediocre team year after year, they somehow convince themselves that they are the best team in the NFL time and time again.

I think ESPNDallas/Boston/Chicago/NewYork/LosAngeles has a little something to do with that...

Steve Sewell
10-01-2009, 11:12 AM
ROFL the Romosexuals are in full force on the Dallas boards.

colonelbeef
10-01-2009, 11:27 AM
This game will come down to Kyle Orton's play--I fully expect Dallas to score in the lower 20's against us--we have yet to have a game that Kyle Orton was forced to keep pace with an opposing team's offense--I hope that he is up to the task and can lead us to victory---I say 27 -23 Denver over Dallas.

Will come down to a) which Romo decides to suit up and b) how effective is the Bronco running game. Orton will do his usual 175 yards 1 td 15 completions.

Archer81
10-01-2009, 12:06 PM
ROFL the Romosexuals are in full force on the Dallas boards.


And thus a new word was born, full of hope and praise...


:Broncos:

epicSocialism4tw
10-01-2009, 12:15 PM
and thus a new word was born, full of hope and praise...


:broncos:

lol

80smith
10-04-2009, 07:00 PM
so now are we the worst 4-0 team now?

gyldenlove
10-04-2009, 07:02 PM
so now are we the worst 4-0 team now?

Yup, the Chuggers will soon be the best 2-2 team.

Gort
10-04-2009, 07:51 PM
so now are we the worst 4-0 team now?

funny how the broncos start 4-0 and they are the worst 4-0 team ever, but the Sparkies start 1-3 or 1-4 and they are the best 3 or 4 loss team in the history of the sport. sports journalism is a joke.

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2009, 08:00 PM
http://www.truebluefanclub.com/socialnet/forums.cfm?plckForumPage=Forum&plckForumId=Cat%3a24d8e8bc-b132-4a6f-81fa-ab728a950ed1Forum%3a140ede96-a57c-412f-826a-3047cb49bbe1

Holy crap. That forum is so incredibly full of fail.

lex
10-04-2009, 08:21 PM
http://www.truebluefanclub.com/socialnet/forums.cfm?plckForumPage=Forum&plckForumId=Cat%3a24d8e8bc-b132-4a6f-81fa-ab728a950ed1Forum%3a140ede96-a57c-412f-826a-3047cb49bbe1

Holy crap. That forum is so incredibly full of fail.

I like the thread where they complained about getting jobbed by the officials.

manchambo
10-04-2009, 08:25 PM
I like the thread where they complained about getting jobbed by the officials.

In fairness, it looks like they have a 12 year old mod who made that thread (and stickied it ROFL!) and nearly everyone who has posted in it tells him he's an idiot.

The funny thing is he obviously doesn't know the rules. He's saying they should have called PI on Marshall because he supposedly grabbed Newman's jersey. The ball hadn't been thrown, so it can't possibly be PI. It would have had to be a holding call, but I don't think that call has been made in the history of football.

hookemhess
10-04-2009, 08:26 PM
http://www.truebluefanclub.com/socialnet/forums.cfm?plckForumPage=Forum&plckForumId=Cat%3a24d8e8bc-b132-4a6f-81fa-ab728a950ed1Forum%3a140ede96-a57c-412f-826a-3047cb49bbe1

Holy crap. That forum is so incredibly full of fail.

Going trolling... who's coming with me?

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2009, 08:27 PM
In fairness, it looks like they have a 12 year old mod who made that thread (and stickied it ROFL!) and nearly everyone who has posted in it tells him he's an idiot.

The funny thing is he obviously doesn't know the rules. He's saying they should have called PI on Marshall because he supposedly grabbed Newman's jersey. The ball hadn't been thrown, so it can't possibly be PI. It would have had to be a holding call, but I don't think that call has been made in the history of football.

You'd think they'd never watched Michael Irvin play a down of football in their lives. He made a living off those moves.

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2009, 08:28 PM
Going trolling... who's coming with me?

Just share your username and password and we'll all troll off the same account!

Archer81
10-04-2009, 08:44 PM
Ok Saltwater, for the sake of not arguing; let's say the refs call Offensive Pass interference. Do we get the ball? No. Denve keeps it and can still advance it. All they need is a FG to win.
It's the 4th quarter, Dallas hasn't scored since the begining of the 1st quarter. What makes you think, if we even got a stop; that Romo would drive us down the field in the final minutes and win it for us?
What Romo did today was pitiful.

Kyle Orton outplayed Tony Romo.

I would have rather had Orton on our team this day

http://www.truebluefanclub.com/socialnet/forums.cfm?plckForumPage=ForumDiscussion&plckDiscussionId=Cat%3a24d8e8bc-b132-4a6f-81fa-ab728a950ed1Forum%3a140ede96-a57c-412f-826a-3047cb49bbe1Discussion%3a1123b257-adc5-4db1-a5fb-afaf106ff27d&plckCurrentPage=1

This was ridiculously funny. But this thread at the Dallas board has some posters that just seem sick of their QB and HC.

:Broncos:

ZONA
10-04-2009, 09:09 PM
Yeah I was reading alot of those threads and most of the Cowboy fans to their credit are calling it like it was. We were better today.

"Denver is better than us; their 4-0 record proves it.

Orton was better than Romo, his stats prove it.

And their D was better, their stats prove it.

Refs made no difference what so ever."

SouthCarolinaBronco
10-04-2009, 09:36 PM
Here's my favorite, I think this guy just did a lot of meth or something:

INcowboy88 (http://sportsnation.espn.go.com/fans/INcowboy88) (10/5/2009 at 12:26 AM)
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I thought Dallas' defense had a great game plan. Make Orton drive down the field, something he was unable to do. Dallas gave up a few plays here and there but Denver was completely unable to sustain any drives at all.
You hold your opponent to 10 points on the road and you should win every single time.

enjolras
10-04-2009, 09:52 PM
That forum is just funny... You can actually line-up posters 1-to-1 with posters on the Mane:)

epicSocialism4tw
10-04-2009, 09:56 PM
Ok Saltwater, for the sake of not arguing; let's say the refs call Offensive Pass interference. Do we get the ball? No. Denve keeps it and can still advance it. All they need is a FG to win.
It's the 4th quarter, Dallas hasn't scored since the begining of the 1st quarter. What makes you think, if we even got a stop; that Romo would drive us down the field in the final minutes and win it for us?
What Romo did today was pitiful.

Kyle Orton outplayed Tony Romo.

I would have rather had Orton on our team this day

http://www.truebluefanclub.com/socialnet/forums.cfm?plckForumPage=ForumDiscussion&plckDiscussionId=Cat%3a24d8e8bc-b132-4a6f-81fa-ab728a950ed1Forum%3a140ede96-a57c-412f-826a-3047cb49bbe1Discussion%3a1123b257-adc5-4db1-a5fb-afaf106ff27d&plckCurrentPage=1

This was ridiculously funny. But this thread at the Dallas board has some posters that just seem sick of their QB and HC.

:Broncos:


I have no doubt that tomorrow's local sports talk will center around Romo and his failure to win the game for Dallas.

Romo's time may be ending there soon. I wouldnt be surprised to see Dallas charge hard after Sam Bradford in the draft next year.

Romo would be excellent in this Denver offense and with a coach who will give him direction. Just sayin'. ;D

mhgaffney
10-04-2009, 10:20 PM
No Romo in Denver. No way. No how.