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Merlin
10-05-2009, 12:15 AM
I have not been one of the people arguing all is great and we are bound for the SB, but the hate of some members of the media is really astonishing at times.

"1. Congrats to the Broncos for the 4-0 start. And condolences in advance for your 4-4 record at the midway point (Their next games are New England, at San Diego, at Baltimore and Pittsburgh). A home win over the Cowboys is supposed to be the crowning win that convinces us all they're for real?"

http://www.fannation.com/si_blogs/huddle_up/posts/79701?eref=sihpT1


Now I'm not arguing that Denver will win 1 or more games in the next 4, but the team has certainly done enough to warrant a little more respect than that kind of idiocy.

SouthCarolinaBronco
10-05-2009, 12:21 AM
What's funny to me is that Chris Berman was just on ESPN saying something to the effect of "And what will become of the Denver Broncos now that they start into a difficult part of the schedule next week with New England?"

I thought the freaking Cowboys were supposed to be the start of the "difficult part" of the schedule. But apparently since the Broncos beat the Cowboys, they are now being lumped into the "weak teams" at the front of the schedule and the "difficult part" has now been redefined to being next week. Funny how that happens when the Broncos beat a team universally thought to be decent if not good (same thing with the Bengals, who are also certainly decent if not good).

easymobee
10-05-2009, 12:23 AM
Everyone in the media hiitched their wagons to the idea that the 1st 3 weeks were the "cupcake" portion, I never heard or read anyone that included Dallas into that equation. Noone can add that after the fact and still sound credible, unless they are a no name blog writer who never has strived for credability to begin with. I didn't read the article, but judging by the url, this guy writes his "column" from his mothers basement ( see bob, there are more like you out there).

doof
10-05-2009, 12:28 AM
I love it, keep disrespecting the broncos. If you don't think the players read the press clippings watch what Dawkins has to say at the beginning of this video:

http://www.denverbroncos.com/page.php?id=349&videoID=3513&type=broncosTV&year=&month=

easymobee
10-05-2009, 12:33 AM
Some heads at espn may sponaneously explode early next week if Denver beats NE. They'll be presented with the choice of putting Denver into the high class of NFL teams or dropping NE into the cupcake portion of our schedule. Hopefully no one gets hurt.

I kind of already figured that unless Romo threw for 350 and 3 td's in defeat today, that the media would just put this one on him ( but even if that happened, they'd put wade in the driver seat for ownership of the loss somehow). Denver doesn't beat teams, those teams just lose to Denver.

Bob's your Information Minister
10-05-2009, 12:34 AM
The slide begins.

The Patriots will crush Denver.

Taco John
10-05-2009, 12:35 AM
In fairness to the media - not even the most optimistic Broncos fan in the Universe had us undefeated going into October 11. This is flat incredible - practically unbelievable. A win against New England would send this team into the stratosphere.

atomicbloke
10-05-2009, 12:36 AM
The slide begins.

The Patriots will crush Denver.

didn't you say that last week too?

Rock Chalk
10-05-2009, 12:37 AM
In fairness to the media - not even the most optimistic Broncos fan in the Universe had us undefeated going into October 11. This is flat incredible - practically unbelievable. A win against New England would send this team into the stratosphere.

Not true.

I predicted our first loss to be against teh Chargers.

I had us at 5-1 going into the bye and 6-2 at the midway point.

Sassy
10-05-2009, 12:41 AM
I think we beat New England.

epicSocialism4tw
10-05-2009, 12:45 AM
I love it, keep disrespecting the broncos. If you don't think the players read the press clippings watch what Dawkins has to say at the beginning of this video:

http://www.denverbroncos.com/page.php?id=349&videoID=3513&type=broncosTV&year=&month=

TAKE IT!

I love it. Dawkins' leadership is infectious on this defense. Its tangible.

BroncoDoug
10-05-2009, 12:47 AM
TAKE IT!!!!

that is their motto this year, nobody is going to give this team anything...respect, attention, praise... so what do they have to do TAKE IT!!!! Take what is yours!!!

I love Dawkins more then I could of ever imagined.

HAT
10-05-2009, 12:52 AM
I kind of already figured that unless Romo threw for 350 and 3 td's in defeat today, that the media would just put this one on him ( but even if that happened, they'd put wade in the driver seat for ownership of the loss somehow). Denver doesn't beat teams, those teams just lose to Denver.

Media schmedia...... :wave:

I have zero confidence in Wade Phillips.

I say Romo folds up like the cheap suit that he is without the run game to prop him up.

HAT
10-05-2009, 01:07 AM
In fairness to the media - not even the most optimistic Broncos fan in the Universe had us undefeated going into October 11.

I'm not even all that optimistic....let alone "the most optimistic fan in the universe" but once again TJ finds himself talking out of his ass......

I'm on record as....(minimum)

2-0 vs. Ohio

4-2 vs. AFCW (split vs. SD, sweep Raiders or KC but not both)

2-2 vs. NFCE (with Dallas & Wash being the most likely...possible steal on T-day)

2-2 vs. Indy/Balt/NE/Pitt

Archer81
10-05-2009, 01:11 AM
Some heads at espn may sponaneously explode early next week if Denver beats NE. They'll be presented with the choice of putting Denver into the high class of NFL teams or dropping NE into the cupcake portion of our schedule. Hopefully no one gets hurt.

I kind of already figured that unless Romo threw for 350 and 3 td's in defeat today, that the media would just put this one on him ( but even if that happened, they'd put wade in the driver seat for ownership of the loss somehow). Denver doesn't beat teams, those teams just lose to Denver.


They have already built in an excuse for NE when they lose. Brady is rusty, doesnt have timing with his receivers, Belechik is afraid of exposing Brady, ect. The attitude of "why not us" is quickly developing in the Broncos lockerroom.

:Broncos:

Popps
10-05-2009, 01:28 AM
We really do have a ****ing brutal schedule. It's almost comically brutal. Our only "easy" games are divisional, and those are never easy. I guess the Redskins game is a game we should win.

It IS going to be very tough going forward, and it's reasonable for people to think so.

But, this is where you show what you really have, as a franchise. I'm not looking for us to go deep into the playoffs... though it would be sweet. I'm looking for us to continue to gel and improve, and play close, physical games and build this foundation so we can continue it into next season.

The only bad thing about a 4-0 start for a team like us is that it will likely lead to more "see, I told you so" talk if we lose a few. (Which we will, obviously.) Hopefully the staff can keep the guys focused and buying into the plan, even if things get rough.

We've brought in leader-types for just that reason. Let's hope it pays off.

atomicbloke
10-05-2009, 01:30 AM
SD wins the division and gets to play the win less Titans and the pathetic Dolphins.

While Denver has to play Superbowl favorites Colts and Patriots.

Something is just not right with that schedule.

lex
10-05-2009, 01:42 AM
We only need to squeeze 6 wins out of the remaining 12 games now. We get 2 vs KC, 1 vs. Oak, and 1 vs Wash. It would really be helpful to make it through division play with only one loss.

BroncoMan4ever
10-05-2009, 03:03 AM
The slide begins.

The Patriots will crush Denver.

how can a Chorfs fan try to talk **** about a team that could stomp the life out of the Chiefs while only playing at half effort?

chrisp
10-05-2009, 03:12 AM
how can a Chorfs fan try to talk **** about a team that could stomp the life out of the Chiefs while only playing at half effort?

Please understand that this person you are quoting only ever posts in order to wind people up and attract attention to himself. Don't rise to it. He never ever turns up to eat his crow not matter how many times he's wrong (and there have been many) he merely ignores the fact that he said what he said and moves on to his next laughable prediction.

Of course, keep flinging stuff at the wall and eventually some sticks...he'll call it right one day, but only in the same way that if you put a bunch of monkeys in front of a typewriter for long enough they'll eventually come up with the complete works of shakespeare.....

BroncoMan4ever
10-05-2009, 03:15 AM
In fairness to the media - not even the most optimistic Broncos fan in the Universe had us undefeated going into October 11. This is flat incredible - practically unbelievable. A win against New England would send this team into the stratosphere.

i have been calling 11-5 or 10-6 all offseason and have been saying our schedule is nowhere near as brutal as it is made out to be, and that every one of our games in the 1st half of the season were winnable.

rastaman
10-05-2009, 04:11 AM
I have not been one of the people arguing all is great and we are bound for the SB, but the hate of some members of the media is really astonishing at times.

"1. Congrats to the Broncos for the 4-0 start. And condolences in advance for your 4-4 record at the midway point (Their next games are New England, at San Diego, at Baltimore and Pittsburgh). A home win over the Cowboys is supposed to be the crowning win that convinces us all they're for real?"

http://www.fannation.com/si_blogs/huddle_up/posts/79701?eref=sihpT1


Now I'm not arguing that Denver will win 1 or more games in the next 4, but the team has certainly done enough to warrant a little more respect than that kind of idiocy.

The NFL is taking great notice to Mike Nolan's suffocating Defense! Our fortunes/wins and playoffs aspirations all hinges on the Defenses.

rastaman
10-05-2009, 04:15 AM
i have been calling 11-5 or 10-6 all offseason and have been saying our schedule is nowhere near as brutal as it is made out to be, and that every one of our games in the 1st half of the season were winnable.

Hats off to you. I for one felt no way would we be 4-0 at this stage nor would I have predicted the horrendous D from 08 would be playing lights out thus far by holding teams to under 13 points a game.

I'll be convinced with the Defense if we can hold NE to 17 points or less.

jhat01
10-05-2009, 06:09 AM
Hats off to you. I for one felt no way would we be 4-0 at this stage nor would I have predicted the horrendous D from 08 would be playing lights out thus far by holding teams to under 13 points a game.

I'll be convinced with the Defense if we can hold NE to 17 points or less.

I have to think that McDaniels and Nolan will be able to put something together that can give Brady fits. We have to pressure Brady, the Jets were sucessful in that regard and I think we can do some similar things. BB is going to have his defense ready and Mcdaniels is going to have to be creative with the game plan. This should be an interesting chess match.

Punisher
10-05-2009, 06:35 AM
The slide begins.

The Patriots will crush Denver.

Ha! I can see Mike Vrabel with his Pre Game Speech now.

"How you gonna be 0-4 and the Underdog Every game THAT'S DISRESPECTFUL!!!"

chex
10-05-2009, 06:35 AM
I'll be convinced with the Defense if we can hold NE to 17 points or less.

The Ravens gave up 27 to them, so I guess their D is bottom of the barrel. :rofl:

Punisher
10-05-2009, 06:36 AM
I think we beat New England.

You think I know

Punisher
10-05-2009, 06:37 AM
ha! I can see mike vrabel with his pre game speech now.

"how you gonna be 0-4 and the underdog every game that's disrespectful!!!"

lmao!

toad
10-05-2009, 06:52 AM
Who knows....

I think NE and BAL "should" beat us...but I think PIT and SD (especially SD) are both beatable.

baja
10-05-2009, 06:59 AM
In fairness to the media - not even the most optimistic Broncos fan in the Universe had us undefeated going into October 11. This is flat incredible - practically unbelievable. A win against New England would send this team into the stratosphere.

I have been saying 6 and 0 for three weeks does that count?

v2micca
10-05-2009, 07:01 AM
Will the Steelers have Troy Palamalu back by the time we play them? What is the time table on his recovery?

chex
10-05-2009, 07:03 AM
I have been saying 6 and 0 for three weeks does that count?

No, because you are a kool-aid drinking homer who had the nerve to say anything positive this past offseason.

missingnumber7
10-05-2009, 07:18 AM
Now I'm not arguing that Denver will win 1 or more games in the next 4, but the team has certainly done enough to warrant a little more respect than that kind of idiocy.

It'll change every week and if we lose even 1 of those games they will still say I told you they weren't as good as you thought they were. They're wrong. The secret to winning championships is D...our D is for real. We overcame Officials that have it out for us and won that game. I say screw everyone that isn't a fan, don't like the broncos...Bandwagon is full no further addmittance...if your not in orange and blue now...screw you...you opinion don't matter. And the best part about this is McD is becoming a better coach week by week. And this team is coming together week by week.

HEAV
10-05-2009, 07:25 AM
Who knows Brady better is it his head coach?

What about his former offensive cordinator? The coach that handles the entire team? Or the man that work closely with Brady the last 5 seasons? Who knows what he likes to run? Who knows the weakness of Brady?

Dallas was the first test and I understand that there are other test's waiting for this team down the road.

But look at the Pats. They can be beaten and should be 1-4 not 3-1. They got bailed out by Buffalo and yesterday was a joke, the Ravens got both screwed on calls and Clayton lost that game.

Personally I want the media (and certain supposed fans) to continue to doubt this team.

Crashman44b
10-05-2009, 07:44 AM
No, because you are a kool-aid drinking homer who had the nerve to say anything positive this past offseason.

And who are you? Nobody cares what you think. 2 more games and this guy looks like a genius and you just look like an a$$h0le

gtown
10-05-2009, 07:49 AM
New England played pretty well yesterday despite the roughing the passer shenanigans. I think we lose to NE in a close one, despite McD's knowledge of their system and players.

But then we go into SD and whip them good. The Chargers are as overrated as the Cowboys, this year and every year since they had Brees.

High Country Broncos Fan
10-05-2009, 07:52 AM
I'm thinking we will win 3 of our next 4 games.

Cito Pelon
10-05-2009, 07:55 AM
In fairness to the media - not even the most optimistic Broncos fan in the Universe had us undefeated going into October 11. This is flat incredible - practically unbelievable. A win against New England would send this team into the stratosphere.

I keep hearing that, but I don't believe it. I kinda figured they'd be 3-1 and 4-0 wouldn't have surprised me at all. I figured they would be one of the better teams in the league so beating the four we've beat wasn't a huge stretch.

It's still gonna be tough to end up one of the top six in the AFC, but beating the four we've beat was certainly not beyond imagining.

55CrushEm
10-05-2009, 07:56 AM
Who knows....

I think NE and BAL "should" beat us...but I think PIT and SD (especially SD) are both beatable.

I agree. Pittsburgh relies on the run alot.....but we just showed we can stop the best rushing attacks....and Roethlisberger makes a lot of mistakes. I think Pitt is beatable in Denver.

Also, Sandy Eggo's defense looks HORRIBLE....also a beatable team....but I still say we split with them.

Black96WS6
10-05-2009, 08:01 AM
I actually can't believe comments like that either.

You guys have done a great job this year so far.

And what an amazing turnaround on defense! Think how bad the D was last year!

4-0 is still 4-0! A quarter of the season is gone already!

Even if you do lose the next 4 and end up 4-4, you'll still be in it. The only other threat in the AFC West just got destroyed in Pittsburgh last night.

Man it's amazing how a few key injuries to your offensive and defensive line starters can make such a big difference...

chex
10-05-2009, 08:10 AM
And who are you? Nobody cares what you think. 2 more games and this guy looks like a genius and you just look like an a$$h0le

YOU obviously care what I think since you responded.

And by the way, if you're going to make yourself look dumb, at least know what you're talking about and learn how to read sarcasm.

L.A. BRONCOS FAN
10-05-2009, 08:15 AM
I see Brady spending the better part of the afternoon either running for his life or picking himself up off the turf. This Broncos defense has the potential to be really special.

Dukes
10-05-2009, 08:19 AM
The slide begins.

The Patriots will crush Denver.

Pretty sad that your superbowl doesn't even include the cheifs anymore. Keep dreaming fat@ss

Crashman44b
10-05-2009, 08:19 AM
YOU obviously care what I think since you responded.

And by the way, if you're going to make yourself look dumb, at least know what you're talking about and learn how to read sarcasm.

Really, I dont care what you think. But I do love you.

Punisher
10-05-2009, 08:36 AM
Pretty sad that your superbowl doesn't even include the cheifs anymore. Keep dreaming fat@ss

Seriously i don't even like to make fun of K.C no more, I kind of feel sorry for them.

Steve Sewell
10-05-2009, 08:45 AM
Please understand that this person you are quoting only ever posts in order to wind people up and attract attention to himself. Don't rise to it. He never ever turns up to eat his crow not matter how many times he's wrong (and there have been many) he merely ignores the fact that he said what he said and moves on to his next laughable prediction.

Of course, keep flinging stuff at the wall and eventually some sticks...he'll call it right one day, but only in the same way that if you put a bunch of monkeys in front of a typewriter for long enough they'll eventually come up with the complete works of shakespeare.....

Actually the good thing is that whenever Bob makes a prediction, the exact opposite happens. So I welcome his anti-Broncos predictions, quite honestly.

bloodsunday
10-05-2009, 09:15 AM
We really do have a ****ing brutal schedule. It's almost comically brutal. Our only "easy" games are divisional, and those are never easy. I guess the Redskins game is a game we should win.

It IS going to be very tough going forward, and it's reasonable for people to think so.

But, this is where you show what you really have, as a franchise. I'm not looking for us to go deep into the playoffs... though it would be sweet. I'm looking for us to continue to gel and improve, and play close, physical games and build this foundation so we can continue it into next season.

The only bad thing about a 4-0 start for a team like us is that it will likely lead to more "see, I told you so" talk if we lose a few. (Which we will, obviously.) Hopefully the staff can keep the guys focused and buying into the plan, even if things get rough.

We've brought in leader-types for just that reason. Let's hope it pays off.
I think you are pretty spot on here. Just about everyone expected this to be a transition year (even those of us that are optimistic about the team). Combined with the schedule it seemed .500 would be a good season and making the playoffs would be great. So in that sense, we are kind of over achieving and setting ourselves up for a fall.

That said, I don't like how the medial handles the NFL (or sports in general). They have to have an answer for everything. Last week was supposed to be the start of our brutal schedule, but now that we exposed Dallas it's just another whimpy team we played?! If Dallas had won, that's not the view point they would have taken. They would have played the "I told you so" card.

It is what it is. We are a better than expected team. There is no fluke about how we are winning. Our formula -- good D, positive turnover margin, running the ball -- is a formula that has worked since football has been a sport. It's not a joke. We could use more talent in particular areas to be a "great" team, but this is a sound football team capable of winning any game they line up to play. There is no reason to think that the playoffs and even the division (the way the Chargers are playing) are not attainable goals.

outdoor_miner
10-05-2009, 09:37 AM
In fairness to the media - not even the most optimistic Broncos fan in the Universe had us undefeated going into October 11. This is flat incredible - practically unbelievable. A win against New England would send this team into the stratosphere.

See - but that's not entirely fair. Making "predictions" is one thing. I would have probably guessed we'd be 3-1 at this point. However, I think many "believers", including myself, would have said 4-0 was at least in the realm of possibility... That's the thing. They thought we were so bad that we couldn't play against good teams (and some average teams too). We've proven them wrong! :pimp:

Irish Stout
10-05-2009, 09:43 AM
In fairness to the media - not even the most optimistic Broncos fan in the Universe had us undefeated going into October 11. This is flat incredible - practically unbelievable. A win against New England would send this team into the stratosphere.

Errr... am I not a Bronco fan? I'm pretty sure I am an optimistic one and I believe I am in this universe.

I actually don't find this so unbelievable and I really hope it doesn't convince everyone to buy into us yet. I much prefer being on a boat by myself knowing I'm sailing to the new world while everyone else thinks the earth is flat.

Merlin
10-05-2009, 09:47 AM
I have predicted the horrendous D from 08 would be playing lights out thus far by holding teams to under 13 points a game.
I had concerns about the D, and did not buy into the stats because of the opponents and assumed Carson was a little rusty. Dallas was a good gauge. Remember, they piled the numbers on a very good Giants D. Denver's D is for real. I consider Dallas are far greater test than NE, especially considering they are still finding their rhythm.

Now, I hope McD is able to continue developing the offense like he did with Cassel last yr (he also started very conservatively, but then made it more interesting in the last quarter of the season). If he can do that, this team can make some noise. Too bad the only team that seems to be truly in a class of its own at the moment is in our conference (PM seems to be playing as well as he ever has).

Garcia Bronco
10-05-2009, 09:53 AM
I had concerns about the D, and did not buy into the stats because of the opponents and assumed Carson was a little rusty. Dallas was a good gauge. Remember, they piled the numbers on a very good Giants D. Denver's D is for real. I consider Dallas are far greater test than NE, especially considering they are still finding their rhythm.

Now, I hope McD is able to continue developing the offense like he did with Cassel last yr (he also started very conservatively, but then made it more interesting in the last quarter of the season). If he can do that, this team can make some noise. Too bad the only team that seems to be truly in a class of its own at the moment is in our conference (PM seems to be playing as well as he ever has).

Yep. I bet we meet tham in the playoffs and he burns us again.

Kaylore
10-05-2009, 09:53 AM
I have not been one of the people arguing all is great and we are bound for the SB, but the hate of some members of the media is really astonishing at times.

"1. Congrats to the Broncos for the 4-0 start. And condolences in advance for your 4-4 record at the midway point (Their next games are New England, at San Diego, at Baltimore and Pittsburgh). A home win over the Cowboys is supposed to be the crowning win that convinces us all they're for real?"

http://www.fannation.com/si_blogs/huddle_up/posts/79701?eref=sihpT1


Now I'm not arguing that Denver will win 1 or more games in the next 4, but the team has certainly done enough to warrant a little more respect than that kind of idiocy.
The Chargers have no defense. The Steelers look like they are still on a SB hangover and we've owned the Patsies since the AFL began in 1960. I'm convinced we can at least split the next four and we can beat NE.

The guy has a lot of stupid quotes including the following:

a. Jets proved their defense is for real despite losing 24-10 to the Saints.
Still humping the Jets. He didn't even talk about the Saints win or their defense. He just talked about how great the Jets are.

Do you get the feeling the Titans would rather go 3-13 with Kerry Collins than have Vince Young succeed? Yeah, that's it. ::)

6. The last two seasons the division that faced the woeful AFC West has produced teams that were overrated heading into the playoffs. The 2007 Packers went 4-0 against the AFC West and finished 13-3 before losing in the playoffs. Last season, the Panthers swept the AFC West and dropped their first postseason game. This year, the Giants have to be considered favorite to have the best record in the NFC since they face the AFC West. But will they be overrated because of it like the Panthers and Packers were? In fact, the whole NFC East is in danger of being highly overrated. The AFC West will also help Washington's Jim Zorn keep his job for a few more weeks, take the heat off Tony Romo in Dallas and make Michael Vick look good in Philly.

Merlin
10-05-2009, 10:00 AM
And the best part about this is McD is becoming a better coach week by week. And this team is coming together week by week.
I think the poor handling of JC and BM taught him a lot. He is just not arrogant prick (a la Mangini), he is an arrogant, intelligent coach he learns form his mistakes. I think does are excellent ingredients to becoming a great coach. The proof of his better handling of player egos can easily be seen with BM. A number of posters were suggesting we should get rid of him, that he is not even our second or third best receiver. Happily, McD's ego does not overpower his game sense, and he recognized what monster BM can be, he just needs to be handled properly. BM's reaction to McD shows after the TD shows how well McD is no managing his players egos. Hats off to the man, I really had some doubts as to his ability to learn to deal with egos.

BTW, McD dealt with BM's ego better than Shanny was dealing with some egos. Getting out of Shanny's dog house took some serious work. Getting out of McDs takes work, but it seems to be far more reasonable.

outdoor_miner
10-05-2009, 10:05 AM
The Ravens gave up 27 to them, so I guess their D is bottom of the barrel. :rofl:

Exactly. Every team has good days and bad days. Defenses do, too. This defense if for real. I've seen it with my own two eyes. :) It doesn't matter if they "hold NE to under 17 points". I have confidence that if they have an off day, they will come back the next week and redeem themselves. The big thing I could see derailing things would be the injury bug. Let's hope that stays away this year. After the last few years - we've definitely payed our dues.

OABB
10-05-2009, 10:06 AM
The slide begins.

The Patriots will crush Denver.

Thanks Bob!

all the oskie threads and boob mojo threads and the reverse karma threads and the look alike threads that we do here to try and control the outcome of games are ,at best, inconsistent.

But there is one thing, that when typed will GUARANTEE us victory....and That is the opposite of any of Bob's predictions. We will win sunday now! thanks again BOB!

Merlin
10-05-2009, 10:08 AM
Still humping the Jets. He didn't even talk about the Saints win or their defense. He just talked about how great the Jets are.

There are two defenses that have been astonishing in their improvement, and the Jets are not one of them (although they are decent). As you noted, the Saints, and of course our Broncos, have transformed their identities from one yr to the next. They are both tough defenses that will come after the QB and cause hell (although with our DBacks, out prefer Denver's). To be complementing the Jets and ignoring the Saints is just moronic.

kdissette
10-05-2009, 10:13 AM
we will beat NE this week....we always have their number....they have beat us like once in the last 6 games we have played them....and SD will be a win cuz its on a monday night and we will show up to play........i think our real test will come against PIT its gonna be a bloodbath...but we can weather the storm and if we make it thru the next 4 weeks going 3-1 we will be perfect

manchambo
10-05-2009, 10:17 AM
The slide begins.

The Patriots will crush Denver.


Have you ever noticed that whatever you say will happen, generally the opposite happens?

I don't know how any sentient being could have failed to notice that.

Which leads me to a hypothesis: Given that you are able to type on a computer, I surmise that you are at least sort of sentient. Given that fact, you can't possibly have failed to notice that your predictions always are wrong. And yet you continue to make all manner of predictions about doom for the Broncos, and ascendancy for the Chiefs.

Ergo, I surmise that you actually are a secret Broncos fan enacting the most drawn out and intricately realized reverse mojo operation that ever has been conceived by the human mind.

Keep up the good work.

Arkie
10-05-2009, 10:45 AM
I predict the Broncos win 3 outta the next 4 to head into the bye week 7-1. My guess for the lone loss being at Baltimore.

Merlin
10-05-2009, 10:49 AM
Ergo, I surmise that you actually are a secret Broncos fan enacting the most drawn out and intricately realized reverse mojo operation that ever has been conceived by the human mind.
LOL Everything is so clear now. Idiocy becomes genius.

broncofan2438
10-05-2009, 11:04 AM
SD wins the division and gets to play the win less Titans and the pathetic Dolphins.

While Denver has to play Superbowl favorites Colts and Patriots.

Something is just not right with that schedule.

I hear ya, but I like it. Give us the harder schedule and we'll prove people wrong.

SD probably goes into Dallas and looses

Cito Pelon
10-05-2009, 11:06 AM
I have not been one of the people arguing all is great and we are bound for the SB, but the hate of some members of the media is really astonishing at times.

"1. Congrats to the Broncos for the 4-0 start. And condolences in advance for your 4-4 record at the midway point (Their next games are New England, at San Diego, at Baltimore and Pittsburgh). A home win over the Cowboys is supposed to be the crowning win that convinces us all they're for real?"

http://www.fannation.com/si_blogs/huddle_up/posts/79701?eref=sihpT1

Now I'm not arguing that Denver will win 1 or more games in the next 4, but the team has certainly done enough to warrant a little more respect than that kind of idiocy.

You were one of the biggest snivelers on this board through the offseason. One Bronco-bashing post after another. So STFU. It was was astonishing the hatred you gladly posted here. So STFU about the media.

The team certainly warranted a little more respect than the kind of idiocy you posted constantly during the offseason, so STFU about whomever is disrespectful now.