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BroncoInferno
09-19-2010, 04:35 PM
13 of 16 on 3rd downs as a team today. Orton 11-14 with 2 TDs. See what happens when the OL gives him some time?

Popps
09-19-2010, 04:37 PM
Rev needs a villain.

Wait until we lose again. He'll be crowing about something else.

That's his thing.

Doggcow
09-19-2010, 05:06 PM
HAHAHAHA Ownt

extralife
09-19-2010, 05:07 PM
start Tebow, Orton just doesn't have that underwear sellin' moxie

TheReverend
09-19-2010, 05:11 PM
Wait... what?

How did he bitch slap me?

Because he performed better? Yeah, great for him and the Denver Broncos. Awesome game today. He was still abysmal on 3rd down last week, so what's your point?

TheReverend
09-19-2010, 05:12 PM
Rev needs a villain.

Wait until we lose again. He'll be crowing about something else.

That's his thing.

Sure it is, Popps.

You caught me. http://orangemane.com/BB/showthread.php?t=87965

The MVPlaya
09-19-2010, 05:13 PM
Rev

http://i51.tinypic.com/2ewmvis.jpg

Broncos4tw
09-19-2010, 05:14 PM
13 of 16 on 3rd downs as a team today. Orton 11-14 with 2 TDs. See what happens when the OL gives him some time?

That's sort of the point of the complaints. Any QB worth a damn, if given the time, can do this sort of thing. When pressured, last year, Orton would collapse. Compare to say, Big Ben, who with two guys hanging off of him, would make a first down throw. That's what I want to see. Not just "if I have time I can do something.." but, "I can make something happen no matter what."

I gotta say he is looking much sharper this year, and I am impressed. When a D is abusing our line though (which btw, our right side was amazing today, considering it was all 2nd stringers), I want to see him make plays.

No need to get all pissy. He sucked in pressure situations last year. He SUCKED! I dubbed him Kyle "Turf Magnet" Orton halfway through the year because of it. Let's see how he does over the next four weeks eh?

barryr
09-19-2010, 05:14 PM
Orton is simply more comfortable in the offense. And it helps of course when not having DL in his face on many throws too. QB's don't need rocket arms to succeed in the NFL and no, Orton isn't throwing the ball any harder than ever either.

Kaylore
09-19-2010, 05:15 PM
He bitch slapped me more than the Rev. The Rev believed he could play better and insisted his third down percentage in J-Ville wouldn't cut it. He's right! If he played like he did a week ago on third down we would have lost and maybe by a lot the way they were moving the ball on us. I suggested he'll never be a good third down QB. I was quite wrong.

TheReverend
09-19-2010, 05:16 PM
He b**** slapped me more than the Rev. The Rev believed he could play better and insisted his third down percentage in J-Ville wouldn't cut it. He's right! If he played like he did a week ago on third down we would have lost and maybe by a lot the way they were moving the ball on us. I suggested he'll never be a good third down QB. I was quite wrong.

Shhhh... clearly he bitch slapped me by playing better on 3rd and just in generally looking and performing more prepared.

Boy... did I get owned! :spit:

gyldenlove
09-19-2010, 05:17 PM
He b**** slapped me more than the Rev. The Rev believed he could play better and insisted his third down percentage in J-Ville wouldn't cut it. He's right! If he played like he did a week ago on third down we would have lost and maybe by a lot the way they were moving the ball on us. I suggested he'll never be a good third down QB. I was quite wrong.

He did sinister sinister things to that Seattle secondary, things that only happen in state prisons.

OABB
09-19-2010, 05:18 PM
Sure it is, Popps.

You caught me. http://orangemane.com/BB/showthread.php?t=87965

Wow you were wrong on this link too. :d

Popps
09-19-2010, 05:19 PM
Absolute embarrass.

TheReverend
09-19-2010, 05:20 PM
Wow you were wrong on this link too. :d

About not over-reacting when we lost to Philly last year?!?!?!

OABB
09-19-2010, 05:21 PM
About not over-reacting when we lost to Philly last year?!?!?!

Just messing with you. Absolute pannis.

The MVPlaya
09-19-2010, 05:22 PM
That's sort of the point of the complaints. Any QB worth a damn, if given the time, can do this sort of thing. When pressured, last year, Orton would collapse. Compare to say, Big Ben, who with two guys hanging off of him, would make a first down throw. That's what I want to see. Not just "if I have time I can do something.." but, "I can make something happen no matter what."

I gotta say he is looking much sharper this year, and I am impressed. When a D is abusing our line though (which btw, our right side was amazing today, considering it was all 2nd stringers), I want to see him make plays.

No need to get all pissy. He sucked in pressure situations last year. He SUCKED! I dubbed him Kyle "Turf Magnet" Orton halfway through the year because of it. Let's see how he does over the next four weeks eh?

You must be in some sort of fantasy land... Outside of Drew Brees, Rodgers, Big Ben, and Manning... there is no other QB in the league that does just as well under pressure as he would without it. The oline for the Patriots always pass protects well for Brady.

I'm not sure if you remember but when our line crumbled with Cutler he sucked huge monster cock too.

To sit here and expect Orton to consistently play well while he can't get any protection is pretty ****ing stupid. This is a team game, and if the oline can't block, I'm not sure why you'd put so much blame on Orton. This team is coached to play as a team, and all 11 guys contribute.

WABronco
09-19-2010, 05:22 PM
Dog pile12!!1

TheReverend
09-19-2010, 05:24 PM
Ignorance dog pile12!!1

Fixed!

baja
09-19-2010, 05:24 PM
Wait... what?

How did he b**** slap me?

Because he performed better? Yeah, great for him and the Denver Broncos. Awesome game today. He was still abysmal on 3rd down last week,<b> so what's your point?

Whiskey makes you talk out your ass???

Broncos4tw
09-19-2010, 05:27 PM
, I'm not sure why you'd put so much blame on Orton. This team is coached to play as a team, and all 11 guys contribute.

Dude.. Orton would just FALL DOWN!! Even when he had a clear field in front of him.. and he could pick up 4 or 5 yards, he just fell down as if gravity had increased by 1000% just underneath himself.

It wasn't about the line failing and he got tackled while trying to make a play. He would INSTANTLY collapse wherever he was standing. Many times when just tapped by a player. Once when our OWN PLAYER backed into him!

Don't act as if he was some rough, gritty player whose line just failed him. He was a wussy in pressure situations last year.

snowspot66
09-19-2010, 05:30 PM
Dude.. Orton would just FALL DOWN!! Even when he had a clear field in front of him.. and he could pick up 4 or 5 yards, he just fell down as if gravity had increased by 1000% just underneath himself.

It wasn't about the line failing and he got tackled while trying to make a play. He would INSTANTLY collapse wherever he was standing. Many times when just tapped by a player. Once when our OWN PLAYER backed into him!

Don't act as if he was some rough, gritty player whose line just failed him. He was a wussy in pressure situations last year.

I haven't seen anything like that (this year) and I think it's a fair guess that it was his ankles preventing him from doing anything. They must have been bothering him horribly.

Broncos4tw
09-19-2010, 05:32 PM
I took that into account - I am guessing that had something to do with it. But honestly.. all you have to do is run forward. If his ankles were so far gone he couldn't run, he really shouldn't have been on the field at all.

snowspot66
09-19-2010, 05:33 PM
I took that into account - I am guessing that had something to do with it. But honestly.. all you have to do is run forward. If his ankles were so far gone he couldn't run, he really shouldn't have been on the field at all.

Our other option was Chris Simms.

Broncos4tw
09-19-2010, 05:37 PM
If your QB is so far gone, that he is unable to do more than collapse in place at the first sign of pressure.. and you are serious about keeping that QB, then you rest him, and yes.. play even Chris Simms. Why risk a career ending injury?

It's all good this year tho. I'm impressed with the zip and decision making by Orton - he looks so much better than last year. The biggest test will be pressure situations - waiting to see what happens there.

snowspot66
09-19-2010, 05:39 PM
If your QB is so far gone, that he is unable to do more than collapse in place at the first sign of pressure.. and you are serious about keeping that QB, then you rest him, and yes.. play even Chris Simms. Why risk a career ending injury?

It's all good this year tho. I'm impressed with the zip and decision making by Orton - he looks so much better than last year. The biggest test will be pressure situations - waiting to see what happens there.

I have a feeling he didn't tell anybody about it. He's a tough sob.

BroncoInferno
09-19-2010, 05:52 PM
Wait... what?

How did he b**** slap me?

Because he performed better? Yeah, great for him and the Denver Broncos. Awesome game today. He was still abysmal on 3rd down last week, so what's your point?

Yep, he sure did bitch-slap you. Spin away though.

elsid13
09-19-2010, 05:52 PM
The offense line kept him clean today, which helped the percentage. But Seattle also went with 3 DT and another end on the line today that had no pass rushing ability. Last week Kampman and Havery were able to pressure him and disrupt his pocket. We will see what happens next week with the Colts, hopefully the line will continue to keep him clean.

TheReverend
09-19-2010, 05:58 PM
Yep, he sure did b****-slap you. Spin away though.

Uhh

I don't think you understand what you read then. Nbd. If that's bitch slapping me, he can happily bitch slap me for the rest of the season!

Dedhed
09-19-2010, 06:00 PM
Uhh
Kyle WILL NOT threaten teams deep. I'm sick of it.
This was my favorite quote of yours. Particularly after it came out that Orton led the entire NFL in passes over 25 yards. Brilliant!

theAPAOps5
09-19-2010, 06:01 PM
This was my favorite quote of yours. Particularly after it came out that Orton led the entire NFL in passes over 25 yards. Brilliant!

Well in defense of Rev this is a silly slam. Last week several of those 25+ catches were YAC short passes.

Now if he said that AFTER this week you have more of a point.

The MVPlaya
09-19-2010, 06:09 PM
Well in defense of Rev this is a silly slam. Last week several of those 25+ catches were YAC short passes.

Now if he said that AFTER this week you have more of a point.

Only 1 was.

What is the point of lying/saying **** that you don't know?

theAPAOps5
09-19-2010, 06:11 PM
Only 1 was.

I thought only one pass went over 25 in the air and 3 went because of YAC. Again I am not slamming Orton and I am a defender just thought the stats were different.

theAPAOps5
09-19-2010, 06:12 PM
Only 1 was.

What is the point of lying/saying **** that you don't know?

Whats your problem buddy? I could be mistaken, and will admit if I am. I am not lying for the sake of Rev. No need to act like this.

The MVPlaya
09-19-2010, 06:13 PM
I have no problem with you, I'm just saying, what's the point?

The only pass that was counted for 25+ yards last week was due to YAC was the Daniel Graham pass at the beginning of the game.

theAPAOps5
09-19-2010, 06:15 PM
I have no problem with you, I'm just saying, what's the point?

The only pass that was counted for 25+ yards last week was due to YAC was the Daniel Graham pass at the beginning of the game.

Right, now I see why people think you can sometimes be an ass. I wasn't even talking to you. Yet you took it personal and lashed out. Having a bad day?

Rock Chalk
09-19-2010, 06:17 PM
Well in defense of Rev this is a silly slam. Last week several of those 25+ catches were YAC short passes.

Now if he said that AFTER this week you have more of a point.

2 of his 3 25+ yard throws were YAC's. One was about 5 yards after the catch. The other one was significant YAC. The other 3 were all 25+ yards in the air.

Just saying.

theAPAOps5
09-19-2010, 06:18 PM
2 of his 3 25+ yard throws were YAC's. One was about 5 yards after the catch. The other one was significant YAC. The other 3 were all 25+ yards in the air.

Just saying.

Yep that was a huge misspeak on my part. Thanks for the correction. Sometimes in the urge to post you don't ensure you are speaking the truth! :)

Bit me in the butt!

The MVPlaya
09-19-2010, 06:20 PM
Right, now I see why people think you can sometimes be an ass. I wasn't even talking to you. Yet you took it personal and lashed out. Having a bad day?

I'm having an amazing day, Broncos won!

I didn't take anything personal, YOU took what I said personal, let's get that clear.

All I'm saying is, why would you just BS? I don't get it... it's not the 1st time I read that Orton's passes last week were mostly YAC either, it's pretty stupid to try and down grade our QB when you really have no idea what the facts are.

That's all man, we're on the same boat.

The MVPlaya
09-19-2010, 06:21 PM
Yep that was a huge misspeak on my part. Thanks for the correction. Sometimes in the urge to post you don't ensure you are speaking the truth! :)

Bit me in the butt!

Relax BRAH, we're on the same boat... it's a good day for celebration for Broncos football!

This is me after the game:

http://www.gifsoup.com/view1/1121056/moon-boy-hardstyle-o.gif

Rock Chalk
09-19-2010, 06:21 PM
Yep that was a huge misspeak on my part. Thanks for the correction. Sometimes in the urge to post you don't ensure you are speaking the truth! :)

Bit me in the butt!

No worries mate.

theAPAOps5
09-19-2010, 06:21 PM
I'm having an amazing day, Broncos won!

I didn't take anything personal, YOU took what I said personal, let's get that clear.

All I'm saying is, why would you just BS? I don't get it... it's not the 1st time I read that Orton's passes last week were mostly YAC either, it's pretty stupid to try and down grade our QB when you really have no idea what the facts are.

That's all man, we're on the same boat.

No you are right I had it mixed up in my head, should have researched. It was more the way you called me out that came across kind of douche like! Trust me I speak from experience I am guilty of being a jerk myself!

Go Broncos and I am glad we have Kyle Orton he makes plays!

baja
09-19-2010, 06:27 PM
No worries mate.

Does this mean you will bite him in the butt?

Dagmar
09-19-2010, 06:30 PM
Posturing is a bunch of bull****. Just home from the game, great game and we are all happy!

TheReverend
09-19-2010, 07:06 PM
This was my favorite quote of yours. Particularly after it came out that Orton led the entire NFL in passes over 25 yards. Brilliant!

lol okay

oubronco
09-19-2010, 07:08 PM
Rev needs a villain.

Wait until we lose again. He'll be crowing about something else.

That's his thing.

Kinda like you and Cutler?

Dedhed
09-19-2010, 07:42 PM
Well in defense of Rev this is a silly slam. Last week several of those 25+ catches were YAC short passes.

Now if he said that AFTER this week you have more of a point.

FAIL! Look it up buttercup.

Dedhed
09-19-2010, 07:43 PM
lol okay

I guess it's hard to back your way out of the truth.

theAPAOps5
09-19-2010, 07:44 PM
FAIL! Look it up buttercup.

Maybe read the rest of the thread, already called myself out.

gyldenlove
09-19-2010, 07:49 PM
Damn, over the first 2 games Orton is completing 2/3 of all passes (67%) for 300 yards per game with a per attempt average of 8.9 yards and a season QB rating of 110. Comparing to last season, the yards per game, yards per attempt and rating would all be number 1 in the league for the season and the completion rating would be 5th.

Dedhed
09-19-2010, 07:52 PM
I thought only one pass went over 25 in the air and 3 went because of YAC.

This is what they call bass ackwards folks.

theAPAOps5
09-19-2010, 07:55 PM
This is what they call bass ackwards folks.

Yep and obviously you still haven't read the rest of the posts. I made a horrid reversal.

Since you are struggling I will link it for you:

http://orangemane.com/BB/showpost.php?p=2940334&postcount=38

Cito Pelon
09-19-2010, 08:17 PM
Sure does help to have a good pocket, foremost. Sure does help to have Bey Bey also.

Bronco Boy
09-19-2010, 08:23 PM
The whole "3rd down QB" thing is like RBI's in baseball. It's so dependent on other players that it varies significantly from game to game.

TheReverend
09-19-2010, 11:25 PM
I guess it's hard to back your way out of the truth.

I'd totally agree with you that that's what I was doing if I hadn't said this in that thread...

You want a corner to play loose, you go 40-55 yards several times regardless of completion.

It completely changes the underneath game AND the running game.

Don't even have to make it a passing situation... you can play action it all day. Doesn't matter. Go deep. Scare some people. Open the ****ing field.

http://orangemane.com/BB/showpost.php?p=2930608&postcount=77

Covering 20 yards of real estate isn't a big deal for an NFL caliber corner back. That's precisely why I was ecstatic when EARLY IN THE GAME Orton GUNNED it deep even though it was a good 5-10 yards away from Gaffney when it landed. Shake em up. Loosen the coverage. Then you can abuse it.

If you're going to stalk me, do it right please.

Cito Pelon
09-19-2010, 11:36 PM
I'd totally agree with you that that's what I was doing if I hadn't said this in that thread...



http://orangemane.com/BB/showpost.php?p=2930608&postcount=77

Covering 20 yards of real estate isn't a big deal for an NFL caliber corner back. That's precisely why I was ecstatic when EARLY IN THE GAME Orton GUNNED it deep even though it was a good 5-10 yards away from Gaffney when it landed. Shake em up. Loosen the coverage. Then you can abuse it.

If you're going to stalk me, do it right please.

Just to stalk you, aren't you on record as saying Orton is a noodle-armed QB?

TheReverend
09-19-2010, 11:40 PM
Just to stalk you, aren't you on record as saying Orton is a noodle-armed QB?

Many, many, many, many times over.

Cito Pelon
09-20-2010, 12:01 AM
Many, many, many, many times over.

I have to say I was very happy to see that post route. You gotta try that at least one time a game. It opens up the intermediate middle.

TheReverend
09-20-2010, 12:03 AM
I have to say I was very happy to see that post route. You gotta try that at least one time a game. It opens up the intermediate middle.

It opens up a LOT of the field. And not only that, the more comfortable Orton gets throwing it down field, the more he might just go for it. Naturally all of that are benefits without taking into account the possibility that he completes the ball now and then.

Dr. Broncenstein
09-20-2010, 12:05 AM
I have to say I was very happy to see that post route. You gotta try that at least one time a game. It opens up the intermediate middle.

A healthy Thomas is going to significantly help in this regard.

Miss I.
09-20-2010, 12:19 AM
Well, this is a disappointing thread. I was sure this was going to be one of the most awesomely bizarre twitter posts of all time. Instead it's some sort of pissing contest. Which could've been fun too, but it wasnt'. So much potential not reached. Damn. ;D

On the upside, we won! and it was fun to watch even! Woo hoo! Go Broncos!

TheReverend
09-20-2010, 12:23 AM
Well, this is a disappointing thread. I was sure this was going to be one of the most awesomely bizarre twitter posts of all time. Instead it's some sort of pissing contest. Which could've been fun too, but it wasnt'. So much potential not reached. Damn. ;D

On the upside, we won! and it was fun to watch even! Woo hoo! Go Broncos!

Yeah, after reading the thread title I was hoping he had something legit to say about me instead of "Rev was completely right", but oh well.

Cito Pelon
09-20-2010, 12:49 AM
Well, this is a disappointing thread. I was sure this was going to be one of the most awesomely bizarre twitter posts of all time. Instead it's some sort of pissing contest. Which could've been fun too, but it wasnt'. So much potential not reached. Damn. ;D

On the upside, we won! and it was fun to watch even! Woo hoo! Go Broncos!

Well, I can step it up a notch, but we really don't want to see that.

Miss I.
09-20-2010, 09:24 AM
Yeah, after reading the thread title I was hoping he had something legit to say about me instead of "Rev was completely right", but oh well.

It must difficult, going through life, always being right. ;D Really appreciate you carrying that burden for us Rev. ;D

Well, I can step it up a notch, but we really don't want to see that.

Indeed, we all appreciate your discretion here sir. I do understand that is the better part of valor. ;D

gyldenlove
09-20-2010, 09:47 AM
Indeed, we all appreciate your discretion here sir. I do understand that is the better part of valor. ;D

I think we were all to some extend hoping for a true mano a mano between Rev and Neckbeard, greased up and only wearing loin cloths, each wielding an 8-pound salmon like in the good old days.

Beantown Bronco
09-20-2010, 09:53 AM
I think we were all to some extend hoping for a true mano a mano between Rev and Neckbeard, greased up and only wearing loin cloths, each wielding an 8-pound salmon like in the good old days.

"Brady Quinn likes this"

BroncoInferno
09-20-2010, 10:02 AM
Yeah, after reading the thread title I was hoping he had something legit to say about me instead of "Rev was completely right", but oh well.

No, you weren't right. You trash Orton at every turn, but then throw in a half-hearted "he could improve" so that when you've made a fool of yourself, you can say "see, I was actually right! I said he could improve, and he did!" Long time maners will recognize this as the "Taco John Method." Unfortunately for you, most people don't fall for that garbage.

FACT: Kyle Orton bitch-slapped TheRev this week.

Miss I.
09-20-2010, 10:03 AM
I think we were all to some extend hoping for a true mano a mano between Rev and Neckbeard, greased up and only wearing loin cloths, each wielding an 8-pound salmon like in the good old days.

well if the inflated lobster is also involved, it could make an interesting reality tv show, or at least could end up with a very special tossed seafood salad. ;D

Tombstone RJ
09-20-2010, 10:09 AM
I watched the game and let me just say that yes, Orton looks much better and yes, Orton still makes some crappy, crappy throws.

Mogulseeker
09-20-2010, 10:13 AM
Gettin my mind right for Seattle this weekend! Gonna find me a grunge-skank, bang her right in her crapbox, then go Cobain all over her face
8:16 PM Sep 16th via Twitter for iPhone

BroncoInferno
09-20-2010, 10:21 AM
I watched the game and let me just say that yes, Orton looks much better and yes, Orton still makes some crappy, crappy throws.

Every QB makes crappy throws in every game. You think when Manning throws it 35-40 times in a game, literally every pass is an on-the-money gem? Of course not. There are at least a half dozen he'd probably like back in every game. People are so hyper-critical of Orton. He was absolutely magnificent yesterday, but the haters latch on to the handful of bad passes that EVERY QB makes in EVERY game.

baja
09-20-2010, 10:26 AM
No, you weren't right. You trash Orton at every turn, but then throw in a half-hearted "he could improve" so that when you've made a fool of yourself, you can say "see, I was actually right! I said he could improve, and he did!" Long time maners will recognize this as the "Taco John Method." Unfortunately for you, most people don't fall for that garbage.

FACT: Kyle Orton b****-slapped TheRev this week.

True.

It's much more endearing when one takes his medicine.

Tombstone RJ
09-20-2010, 10:27 AM
Every QB makes crappy throws in every game. You think when Manning throws it 35-40 times in a game, literally every pass is an on-the-money gem? Of course not. There are at least a half dozen he'd probably like back in every game. People are so hyper-critical of Orton. He was absolutely magnificent yesterday, but the haters latch on to the handful of bad passes that EVERY QB makes in EVERY game.

I like Orton and I'm one of the OMane posters that has defended him and his abilities for the last two seasons. That being said, he made two throws that I can immediately remember that were just stooopid. One could have been an easy pick 6 and the other was a crappy throw to Buckhalter that should have been an easy TD...

I'm gonna be fair (I truly am one of the only objective posters on this board) and hold Orton accountable. Please remember that the next game the Broncos lose, Orton's gonna be blamed for it and I will probably be defending his performance to all the negative Nancys...

bowtown
09-20-2010, 10:43 AM
I like Orton and I'm one of the OMane posters that has defended him and his abilities for the last two seasons. That being said, he made two throws that I can immediately remember that were just stooopid. One could have been an easy pick 6 and the other was a crappy throw to Buckhalter that should have been an easy TD...

I'm gonna be fair (I truly am one of the only objective posters on this board) and hold Orton accountable. Please remember that the next game the Broncos lose, Orton's gonna be blamed for it and I will probably be defending his performance to all the negative Nancys...

Absolute Amazingable.

Cito Pelon
09-20-2010, 10:48 AM
I watched the game and let me just say that yes, Orton looks much better and yes, Orton still makes some crappy, crappy throws.

Orton usually throws the ball where only his receiver can get to it. Sometimes they look like crappy throws, but Orton has 24 TD throws vs. 13 INT's in his 17 games as a Bronco.

Tombstone RJ
09-20-2010, 10:52 AM
Orton usually throws the ball where only his receiver can get to it. Sometimes they look like crappy throws, but Orton has 24 TD throws vs. 13 INT's in his 17 games as a Bronco.

Yah, he protect the ball well... but sometimes he's just inaccurate.

mr007
09-20-2010, 11:27 AM
No, you weren't right. You trash Orton at every turn, but then throw in a half-hearted "he could improve" so that when you've made a fool of yourself, you can say "see, I was actually right! I said he could improve, and he did!" Long time maners will recognize this as the "Taco John Method." Unfortunately for you, most people don't fall for that garbage.

FACT: Kyle Orton b****-slapped TheRev this week.

FACT: Kyle Orton is b****slapping a lot of people right now. Half the damn board thought Quinn would be starting week 1. Kyle is playing pretty damned awesome right now and I'd be shocked if it wasn't to the surprise of 95% of the mane.

TheReverend
09-20-2010, 11:29 AM
No, you weren't right. You trash Orton at every turn, but then throw in a half-hearted "he could improve" so that when you've made a fool of yourself, you can say "see, I was actually right! I said he could improve, and he did!" Long time maners will recognize this as the "Taco John Method." Unfortunately for you, most people don't fall for that garbage.

FACT: Kyle Orton b****-slapped TheRev this week.

Lol. Listen, if you want to accept terrible play and pretend everything is sunshine and rainbows and say it's fine, go for it. That's not quite my thing. When someone is under-performing, I'm going to point it out.

Last week he was abysmal on 3rd down. I pointed that out, along with his delay of game penalties creating a longer field on a pair of those thirds, along with asking for him to gun it deep early in games to loosen coverage, along with saying he looked unprepared, along with saying the coaching staff shouldve been helping Beadles a lot more than they did.

What happened this week? 1 delay of game early but not on 3rd down, a very deep ball extremely early, he looked sharp and prepared as did the rest of the team and we had a lot of help on the right side for Beadles.

Color me b**** slapped bro.

Cito Pelon
09-20-2010, 11:40 AM
FACT: Kyle Orton is b****slapping a lot of people right now. Half the damn board thought Quinn would be starting week 1. Kyle is playing pretty damned awesome right now and I'd be shocked if it wasn't to the surprise of 95% of the mane.

Not a surprise to me. It was obvious last year Orton can play, is a solid starter. And his teammates love him, dude is a leader.

Miss I.
09-20-2010, 11:43 AM
:slapsillythwack:punched::curtsey:Hey look. I am a generous lass. If it takes b**** slapping Rev to get us wins, I will volunteer to help. ;D

Cito Pelon
09-20-2010, 11:48 AM
Lol. Listen, if you want to accept terrible play and pretend everything is sunshine and rainbows and say it's fine, go for it. That's not quite my thing. When someone is under-performing, I'm going to point it out.

Last week he was abysmal on 3rd down. I pointed that out, along with his delay of game penalties creating a longer field on a pair of those thirds, along with asking for him to gun it deep early in games to loosen coverage, along with saying he looked unprepared, along with saying the coaching staff shouldve been helping Beadles a lot more than they did.

What happened this week? 1 delay of game early but not on 3rd down, a very deep ball extremely early, he looked sharp and prepared as did the rest of the team and we had a lot of help on the right side for Beadles.

Color me b**** slapped bro.

You have a sneaky way of taking your medicine. But, at least you do take your medicine.

Cito Pelon
09-20-2010, 11:52 AM
Yah, he protect the ball well... but sometimes he's just inaccurate.

Once in a while, sure. But mostly when people think Orton is inaccurate it's because he's throwing the ball only where his receiver can get to it.

TheReverend
09-20-2010, 11:53 AM
You have a sneaky way of taking your medicine. But, at least you do take your medicine.

No. During our hot streak last year I got bent over by it and had no problem admitting it.

However, starting a thread like this and saying you were right about everything last week and what needed to be corrected and it was and we dramatically improved in every facet of the offense because of it, but I was bitch slapped? Fail to see the logic this time, that's for sure.

Cito Pelon
09-20-2010, 12:05 PM
No. During our hot streak last year I got bent over by it and had no problem admitting it.

However, starting a thread like this and saying you were right about everything last week and what needed to be corrected and it was and we dramatically improved in every facet of the offense because of it, but I was b**** slapped? Fail to see the logic this time, that's for sure.

You're kind of a knucklehead at times.

HAT
09-20-2010, 12:09 PM
Thread title fail.....Should've been "d1ck slaps & leaves mushroom bruises".

zdoor
09-20-2010, 01:24 PM
For all the b****ing about people complaining on the team and not being supportive, it's funny that people are just as bad when they think they are proven right. He had a point last week and Orton was money this week. I hope he keeps it up. Like the guy and is a good team leader. But people on this board trying to make points, about where is this guy or that guy, should can it if you really want it to stop anytime soon.

There is nothing wrong with pointing out ****ty moves by our coach or GM. They've made several. They've also done some good things. It's the point of the forum but crowing about how "right you are" is just as lame as b****ing when someone complains or vice versa.

Give it a rest already. At least Rev knows football.

Archer81
09-20-2010, 01:31 PM
When the Broncos beat Indi, bitch slaps will be had by all.


:Broncos:

ZachKC
09-20-2010, 03:40 PM
http://i54.tinypic.com/rjfex0.jpg

baja
09-20-2010, 04:06 PM
When the Broncos beat Indi, b**** slaps will be had by all.


:Broncos:


I'm not going to rule winning out but after watching Manning and Co. last night Josh is going to have to come up with a hell of a game plan and the execution will need to be nearly flawless.

TheReverend
09-20-2010, 04:06 PM
[IMG]http://i54.tinypic.com/rjfex0.jpg[IMG]

Not nearly as embarrassing as it must be for you to step foot in public, but I digress.

broncocalijohn
09-20-2010, 04:08 PM
FACT: Kyle Orton is b****slapping a lot of people right now. Half the damn board thought Quinn would be starting week 1. Kyle is playing pretty damned awesome right now and I'd be shocked if it wasn't to the surprise of 95% of the mane.

Dont make **** up. It wasnt half the board and not even close. Loud mouths can sound like 1/2 but dont jump to this conclusion. Now, if you want to talk about BroncoBuff's Simms from last year, you might have more of an arguement.

Cito Pelon
09-20-2010, 04:16 PM
For all the b****ing about people complaining on the team and not being supportive, it's funny that people are just as bad when they think they are proven right. He had a point last week and Orton was money this week. I hope he keeps it up. Like the guy and is a good team leader. But people on this board trying to make points about where is this guy or that guy should can it if you really want it to stop anytime soon.

There is nothing wrong with pointing out ****ty moves by our coach or GM. They've made several. They've also done some good things. It's the point of the forum but crowing about how "right you are" is just as lame as b****ing when someone complains or vice versa.

Give it a rest already. At least Rev knows football.

Yeah, but Rev is a knucklehead often.

ZachKC
09-20-2010, 05:02 PM
Not nearly as embarrassing as it must be for you to step foot in public, but I digress.

Yes. Stepping foot in public is completely embarrassing for me.

You are a lot more interesting when you are making drama queen reactionary posts.

snowspot66
09-20-2010, 05:08 PM
Yah, he protect the ball well... but sometimes he's just inaccurate.

You also have to consider that it just happens. Even Manning misses 33% of the time.

BMF Bronco
09-20-2010, 10:18 PM
All I know is that even when he was sacked, Orton did a hell of a job getting back towards the line of scrimmage, showing a hell of a lot more mobility than last year. He looked pretty damn good yesterday, some of those passes over the middle were on frozen ropes through three defenders. The common sentiment in the crowd around us was "holy ****, did you see that pass?! It was on a dime and had zip on it!"

ZONA
09-20-2010, 10:44 PM
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fontaine
09-21-2010, 03:43 AM
I really don't think people realize how lucky we are to have a QB like Orton.

Take a look around the league and most teams have issues at the QB position, be they younger, inexperienced players or veterans.

Issues like poor mechanics, not being able to get the ball out in time, not reading defenses right, not anticipating the pass rush, forcing the ball into coverage, not being able to push the ball deep or stuck playing safe on checkdowns.

Orton really only has two issues: A lack of mobility and his injury history.

Even with that, 2/3 of the league would be delighted to get his kind of performance out of their own QBs.

And really this is the BEST thing for Denver too. Let Orton carry the load while the running game gets on track and keep Tebow on the sidelines until the rookie is ready to shine in a few years, while all the media hype has died down and his every misstep isn't over analyzed and beaten to death.

Hopefully by that time our young guns like Walton/Beadles, Thomas/Decker can fill out the offense and we can grab some difference makers along the DL.

Josh has his work cut out for him but it looks like the team isn't short on work ethic so that's good.