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Popps
03-16-2010, 10:24 PM
It's the burning question, and now it shall be answered....

Los Broncos
03-16-2010, 10:47 PM
Hilarious! thread Popps, of course he should be in the hall.

Act like you know, you big ass hater.

BroncoMatt
03-16-2010, 10:50 PM
his likeness should replace the bronco logo on the helmet

RonDaChamp24
03-16-2010, 11:03 PM
There's too many good ones to choose from!! I guess I'll go w the one where he's up atop by the Horse on top of the stadium!

cabronco
03-17-2010, 01:30 AM
I don't know , but this person sure talked highly of him..




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Originally Posted by Popps
Watch the highlight reel above at 1:00 and check those few runs. It's runs like those that separate him from bruiser-types people want to compare him to. This isn't Mike Alstott, folks. Hillis has legitimate starting RB vision and moves. He's big, so he's not going to look like Barry Sanders when he runs, but this isn't a plodding back. He's got excellent body-control and awareness. He uses his blockers (even if he has to knock them over) and doesn't force things when they're not there.

Again, I think it's all just great that he can catch, block, kick, cook, paint and any other skills he may have. But, I want to see this guy lining up for at least 1/3rd of our carries. After watching him last year, there is absolutely no acceptable excuse for not giving this guy 10-15 carries a game, or more.

If Moreno is what I think he is... he and Hillis could be a brutally effective combo, much like Johnson/White in Tenn. Pepper in Buckhalter on third downs and for change of pace, and we'll run the ball down team's throats.

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Originally Posted by Popps
I've been saying this since the start of camp. I'm not sure Hillis has to be "the starter," but McDaniels is going to realize that he has no choice but to give Hillis more carries. If you look at how we started the game, Hillis was blocking, running routes, etc. In other words, we were being cute with him. Shanahan tried the same thing for a while until he realized that you just hand this guy the ball and let him run.

McDaniels will realize this, and Hillis will be splitting carries with someone, I'd suspect. I don't know that he'll be named a starter, but he very well may be the most effective back on our roster, until Moreno knows the system and is healthy. Even then, those two may be a nice compliment.


I understand that the inclination is to move Hillis all over the place because he's athletic. But, he's an extremely effective 1st down running back. There's no need to outsmart ourselves with this guy. Give him the ****ing rock 15 times a game, minimum.

Popps
03-17-2010, 02:18 AM
his likeness should replace the bronco logo on the helmet


:spit:


One of our photoshoppers need to get on that, immediately.

bpc
03-17-2010, 02:22 AM
Originally Posted by Popps
Watch the highlight reel above at 1:00 and check those few runs. It's runs like those that separate him from bruiser-types people want to compare him to. This isn't Mike Alstott, folks. Hillis has legitimate starting RB vision and moves. He's big, so he's not going to look like Barry Sanders when he runs, but this isn't a plodding back. He's got excellent body-control and awareness. He uses his blockers (even if he has to knock them over) and doesn't force things when they're not there.

Again, I think it's all just great that he can catch, block, kick, cook, paint and any other skills he may have. But, I want to see this guy lining up for at least 1/3rd of our carries. After watching him last year, there is absolutely no acceptable excuse for not giving this guy 10-15 carries a game, or more.

If Moreno is what I think he is... he and Hillis could be a brutally effective combo, much like Johnson/White in Tenn. Pepper in Buckhalter on third downs and for change of pace, and we'll run the ball down team's throats.

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Originally Posted by Popps
I've been saying this since the start of camp. I'm not sure Hillis has to be "the starter," but McDaniels is going to realize that he has no choice but to give Hillis more carries. If you look at how we started the game, Hillis was blocking, running routes, etc. In other words, we were being cute with him. Shanahan tried the same thing for a while until he realized that you just hand this guy the ball and let him run.

McDaniels will realize this, and Hillis will be splitting carries with someone, I'd suspect. I don't know that he'll be named a starter, but he very well may be the most effective back on our roster, until Moreno knows the system and is healthy. Even then, those two may be a nice compliment.


I understand that the inclination is to move Hillis all over the place because he's athletic. But, he's an extremely effective 1st down running back. There's no need to outsmart ourselves with this guy. Give him the ****ing rock 15 times a game, minimum.

Popps
03-17-2010, 02:22 AM
Chris, did you vote?

bpc
03-17-2010, 02:23 AM
I already know where your vote sits. Doesn't matter about mine. ha ha.

"GIVE THAT BOY THE BALL 20 TIMES A GAME!"

Ha ha ha, exposed buddy!

Popps
03-17-2010, 02:24 AM
I already know where your vote sits. Doesn't matter about mine. ha ha.

"GIVE THAT BOY THE BALL 20 TIMES A GAME!"

Ha ha ha, exposed buddy!



I guess if he could read his playbook, they would have.


Anyhoo... he's a Brown, now. So, **** 'em.

Oh, don't forget to vote.





Thanks a bunch.

DBroncos4life
03-17-2010, 03:11 AM
I guess if he could read his playbook, they would have.


Anyhoo... he's a Brown, now. So, **** 'em.

Oh, don't forget to vote.





Thanks a bunch.

Ah the playbook. Is that the same playbook that Marshall didn't bother to pick up during the off-season and had everyone freaked out about having to be smart to know McD's system? I'm thinking either McD had a special pop up playbook made up for Marshall OR his playbook isn't that damn complicated to learn as everyone is making it out to be.

I admit that Marshall did look a tad lost during the first game but that could be do to a number of things. I mean he was deactivated for most of preseason. Still Marshall went on to have a pretty good year and all.

HAT
03-17-2010, 06:12 AM
Where is the "They should name a ham sandwich after him at the stadium deli" option?

Archer81
03-17-2010, 06:39 AM
I already know where your vote sits. Doesn't matter about mine. ha ha.

"GIVE THAT BOY THE BALL 20 TIMES A GAME!"

Ha ha ha, exposed buddy!


Wow. Way to take what someone said over a year ago out of context. And to use it to 1. shut them up or 2. somehow embarass them is not the classiest thing to do. Me personally, I dont give a rats ass what I said about Hillis a year ago. A year ago, things were very, very different and Peyton actually had a chance to do something more then sit behind a converted ILB for most of the season.

You and dragster can be better posters than that.

:Broncos:

Popps
03-17-2010, 09:50 AM
Where is the "They should name a ham sandwich after him at the stadium deli" option?

:spit:

Shoemaker
03-17-2010, 10:17 AM
These options are so insulting that they practically spit on Hillis' greatness. The NFL Hall of Fame is a given, but they induct mere mortals into the Hall. We need to take more drastic measures.

The team needs to be renamed the Denver Hillises. The name alone would cause opposing coaches and players to cower in fear.

Invesco Field at Mile High needs to be changed. Call it Peyton's Palace. With the spectre of Hillis looming over the stadium, we will automatically win every home game each year, because our opponents will forfeit rather than come and face such a house of horrors.

That's a good starting point, anyways.
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Popps
03-17-2010, 10:23 AM
Actually, I think Bowlen and Co. traded Hillis simply for the thrill of being able to acquire him twice, when we trade for him back on draft day.

sisterhellfyre
03-17-2010, 11:21 AM
Invesco Field at Mile High needs to be changed. Call it Peyton's Palace. With the spectre of Hillis looming over the stadium, we will automatically win every home game each year, because our opponents will forfeit rather than come and face such a house of horrors.

Close, but not quite. For all the drama created in his name, IF@MH should be renamed "Peyton's Place." :-)

colonelbeef
03-17-2010, 03:53 PM
I think that the Broncos should replace the mascot with Peyton Hillis and allow a horse to ride him around the stadium.

LRtagger
03-17-2010, 05:33 PM
Actually, I think Bowlen and Co. traded Hillis simply for the thrill of being able to acquire him twice, when we trade for him back on draft day.

McDaniels is going to trade our first rounder for him. It's obvious he felt there was a major injustice served when the Broncos gave up a mere 7th round pick for such an amazing player. He wanted to make it right by giving up the 1st round pick that a player like Hillis is worth.

Popps
03-17-2010, 06:18 PM
McDaniels is going to trade our first rounder for him. It's obvious he felt there was a major injustice served when the Broncos gave up a mere 7th round pick for such an amazing player. He wanted to make it right by giving up the 1st round pick that a player like Hillis is worth.

Get real. Cleveland isn't trading him back for anything less than two #1's.

go_broncos
03-17-2010, 06:24 PM
Right now, I will take Hillis over the evil master.

houghtam
03-17-2010, 06:43 PM
Best I could do on such short notice.

Hillis would approve.

broncosteven
03-17-2010, 07:01 PM
I will miss watching his hot younger sister chomping on Nachos after each one of his carries. The brunett was hot.

ZONA
03-17-2010, 07:42 PM
Obviously I liked Hillis alot but this crap is getting really old, really fast.

FireFly
03-17-2010, 07:58 PM
his likeness should replace the bronco logo on the helmet

qft ^5

chawknz
03-18-2010, 10:10 AM
Peyton shouldn't get a damn thing from the Broncos except a paid one way ticket to Ohio on Southwest Airlines and a moving company.

Archer81
03-18-2010, 10:52 AM
Like...I heard Hillis is so in demand that he single handedly(Ha!) filled every sperm bank in the Denver metro area so women can have his babies.

:Broncos:

Popps
03-18-2010, 10:53 AM
Peyton shouldn't get a damn thing from the Broncos except a paid one way ticket to Ohio on Southwest Airlines and a moving company.

http://www.prowebsurfer.com/public/toolbar/content/images/0/0/0/3/2/0003231/1784/thrashcat%20is%20not%20amused.jpg

maher_tyler
03-18-2010, 12:52 PM
I didn't see the "lol" option so i didn't vote!!

errand
03-21-2010, 06:34 PM
well i guess we'll see who was right in the great hillis debate.....according to alot of clowns on here he'd lead the NFL in rushing once he bolted from the tyranny of Josh McDaniels

OBF1
03-22-2010, 12:06 AM
LOL Popps told himself to STFU LOL

broncocalijohn
03-22-2010, 11:19 AM
Chris, did you vote?

funny popps, we are normally the one asking you to vote on a poll to permanately place your opinion on record. It is great how you backtracked nicely on Hillis and now act like those who liked him are insane.

HILife
03-22-2010, 12:37 PM
These options are so insulting that they practically spit on Hillis' greatness. The NFL Hall of Fame is a given, but they induct mere mortals into the Hall. We need to take more drastic measures.

The team needs to be renamed the Denver Hillises. The name alone would cause opposing coaches and players to cower in fear.

Invesco Field at Mile High needs to be changed. Call it Peyton's Palace. With the spectre of Hillis looming over the stadium, we will automatically win every home game each year, because our opponents will forfeit rather than come and face such a house of horrors.

That's a good starting point, anyways.
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Also, it should breathe fire, have green eyes, and yell out "HULK SMASH!"