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Br0nc0Buster
10-03-2010, 06:47 PM
QB Kyle Orton:
"We were under siege maybe a little bit in the backfield, but I think for the most part we were the tougher team today. You always hear about how tough they are and all of that stuff. I don’t think they are tough. I think they are cheap and it was one of the cheapest games that I’ve ever seen out of some of those players. I thought the refs did a great job of keeping it under control, but when we’ve got Chris Kuper with his helmet off, getting punched and all of that stuff, it’s ridiculous. If that is the type of player that Cortland Finnegan wants to be, well then he is a cheap player—he is not a good player."

Saw this on a site with a list of quotes from players, this was Kyle talking about Cortland Finnegan

Seems hes not shy about saying what hes thinking

I didnt know the Titans were a dirty team though

ro_50
10-03-2010, 06:49 PM
Orton has his teammates back.

Doggcow
10-03-2010, 06:50 PM
He's not a good player, he's a cheap player.

I love it.

Broncosfreak_56
10-03-2010, 06:51 PM
You have to love Orton.

Requiem
10-03-2010, 06:51 PM
I want what Orton's snortin.

Popps
10-03-2010, 06:51 PM
Awesome.

**** the Titans.

Karma is a bitch, guys. Play like that... and it comes back to you.

Popps
10-03-2010, 06:51 PM
I didnt know the Titans were a dirty team though

Even the color-guy made reference to it. They're developing a rep.

Beantown Bronco
10-03-2010, 06:52 PM
At least they weren't grabbing nuts out there....

WolfpackGuy
10-03-2010, 06:53 PM
I saw that mess.

There were a couple other extracurricular activities as well.

Rohirrim
10-03-2010, 06:53 PM
Alright Kyle! :thumbs:

Even the announcer mentioned that Fisher's teams have always played dirty, except he called it "chippy."

Archer81
10-03-2010, 06:55 PM
At least they weren't grabbing nuts out there....


I wouldnt doubt the Titans do.

Kuper almost never loses his cool. Babin had to go for a ball shot to get that reaction.


:Broncos:

Dudeskey
10-03-2010, 07:04 PM
At least they weren't grabbing nuts out there....

Encroachment & lining up in the neutral zone's pretty minor to grabbing other guys' nuts. Maybe these o-linemen that line up across from Shaun Smith should start pulling a Conrad Dobler and punch him in the solar plexus... a little preemptive strike lol

ICON
10-03-2010, 07:04 PM
fu#king dirty ass player dirtiest player in the league Stokley also singled out Cortland Finnegan as a player with bad intentions.

I just find it funny how Titans fans cried over how cheap Harrison is, when not only is Finnegan dirty, but he aspires to be the diritiest player in the league.

I love Kyle Orton Spot on Titans are the dirtiest team in the league and have been for a while and we just kicked there azzes!:yayaya:

baja
10-03-2010, 07:05 PM
You have to love Orton.

Absolutely!

Inkana7
10-03-2010, 07:16 PM
I saw quite a few punches being thrown by them on that crucial Orton sneak in the 4th. Good for Kyle to call them out.

gyldenlove
10-03-2010, 07:17 PM
Orton is the leader in that locker room, he speaks for the team, no doubt about that.

rbackfactory80
10-03-2010, 07:18 PM
Finnegan should be careful, he's not the biggest guy on the field. He suffers from short mans disease in a big mans world.

theAPAOps5
10-03-2010, 07:26 PM
Yep they were dirty ass players and as Denver refused to lay down they got dirtier and dirtier.

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-03-2010, 07:29 PM
It's not going to get any cleaner with the next 2 opponents either.

Titans fans calling Orton a whiner. Hmmm...if only there was a way these two teams could match up on a playing field or something similar. We might be able to determine a winner.

Cito Pelon
10-03-2010, 07:29 PM
Well, the Titans were basically getting their ass kicked in a smooth sort of way, so that happens. I see Denver ran 76 O plays to Tenn's 56, that's kind of an ass-kicking

broncofan2438
10-03-2010, 08:08 PM
You have to love Orton.

I really agree. Its hard not to like the guy. Just solid

SoCalBronco
10-03-2010, 08:13 PM
Good for Kyle. I wasn't happy to see Kuper getting messed with. If I were Khan and on the field, I would have punched Finnegan in the dick......while wearing brass knuckles.

i4jelway7
10-03-2010, 08:17 PM
yep I was @ the game right behind the broncos offensive bench and Orton came to the sideline yelling those f#ck*ng @holes .. it was great we heard everything the players and coaches were saying... also Mcd ripped the offensive line and yelled at them "I'm tired of this f'n s**t" it was great I love the passion of Mcd, this d-bag behind me kept yelling @ Clady telling him he was fat and had cellulite while he was on the sideline riding the bike, he also told Maroney he would be cut tomorrow.. it was a great weekend! Orton is a freakin stud, so proud of him

HEAV
10-03-2010, 08:19 PM
Orton has his teammates back.

That's something the former (big arm) quarterback didn't have.

You need leadership to play QB...more than a big arm.

The Joker
10-03-2010, 08:21 PM
Apparently Kyle gave this quote while banging Finnegan's chick up the ass and swigging JD.

Kaylore
10-03-2010, 08:23 PM
Kuper was the one lineman that was holding his own in all phases and it was frustrating their defense. I'm very proud of Orton.

Orange4Life
10-03-2010, 08:38 PM
Kyle Orton, Stud.

Jesterhole
10-03-2010, 08:45 PM
Kyle has really won me over. I didn't think much of him before we traded for him, and probably liked him less because I was a Cutler fan and thought Kyle rode a strong defense in Chicago to success.

He's completely proved me wrong with his play, which has been just below the Manning/Brady/Brees level so far this year. Comments like really round it out though...being tough, speaking your mind, and sticking up for your guys.

As excited about Tebow's potential as I am, I'm really glad this guy got signed through next year.

If only we had a running game to support him =(

KipCorrington25
10-03-2010, 08:53 PM
damn Orton I"m starting to like you...

Popps
10-03-2010, 08:56 PM
Kuper was the one lineman that was holding his own in all phases and it was frustrating their defense. I'm very proud of Orton.

Been wondering about Kuper's play. Glad you found it to be solid. I never really can tell until I watch it again on Tivo. (Outside of glaring stuff.)

Still, with the kinds of problems we're having running the ball... I'd imagine he's got things to work on as much as anyone.

HAT
10-03-2010, 09:04 PM
As nice as it is to see Kip & Jester giving KO some due....The real indicator will be jhiz's reaction tomorrow.

Pretty sure he will find a way to spin not only Orton's play but also the OP quote into something negative.

Cito Pelon
10-03-2010, 09:05 PM
Kyle has really won me over. I didn't think much of him before we traded for him, and probably liked him less because I was a Cutler fan and thought Kyle rode a strong defense in Chicago to success.

He's completely proved me wrong with his play, which has been just below the Manning/Brady/Brees level so far this year. Comments like really round it out though...being tough, speaking your mind, and sticking up for your guys.

As excited about Tebow's potential as I am, I'm really glad this guy got signed through next year.

If only we had a running game to support him =(

Well, some people don't know jack**** about football, some do, and some I guess it takes some time.

broncocalijohn
10-03-2010, 09:06 PM
I want what Orton's snortin.

he is snorting yards, accuracy, a great rating and hopefully some more wins. If he could snort Jack Daniels, he would too. In fact, he wanted #64 Daniels on the line just so he could see the name and get him motivated. On the flip side, go broncos and JHNS are snortin Orton's joke strap right about now.

Cito Pelon
10-03-2010, 09:08 PM
damn Orton I"m starting to like you...

Here's your bandwagoner, folks. Snivels galore until the going gets good.

Archer81
10-03-2010, 09:15 PM
Betty White, much like Kyle Orton does not take ****.

http://tinyurl.com/2burnb9


:Broncos:

Sassy
10-03-2010, 10:04 PM
NASHVILLE, TENN. — Laurence Maroney has pretty much played for only two quarterbacks in his five-year NFL career.

He spent the first four in New England playing running back behind the incomparable Tom Brady. Like Brady, Maroney was hurt for most of the 2008 season and didn't play much with Matt Cassell. Now Maroney is getting a chance to play for Broncos' quarterback Kyle Orton.

"I like him," Maroney said. "He's a fighter."

A fighter, a scrapper, and a tough-skinned, hard-nosed quarterback who even can engage in smack-talk. Orton held strong against a ferocious pass rush Sunday and was the quarterback hero in the Broncos' come-form-behind, 26-20 upset victory against the rugged Tennessee Titans on an unusually

Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton passes as Tennessee defensive end Jason Babin is tripped in the fourth quarter. More photos. (AP | Frederick Breedon)chilly early October afternoon at LP Field.

Afterwards, a locker room row down from Maroney's kind words, Orton did not stand before the press and deliver the politician-like clichés that so many NFL quarterbacks such as Brady often do.

"I think we were the tougher team today," Orton said. "You always hear about how tough they are and all that stuff. I don't think they're tough. I think they're cheap."

Know any other NFL quarterbacks with this put-up-your-dukes style? Orton has been known to mix it up. He popped off during a preseason game at James Harrison, the Pittsburgh Steelers star linebacker and former NFL defensive player of the year.

This time, Orton was particularly miffed at Tennessee's Pro Bowl cornerback Courtland Finnegan.

"If that's the type of player Courtland Finnegan wants to be, well then he's a cheap player not a good player," Orton said.

Quick, somebody ring the bell. The Broncos don't want that magical passing hand throwing punches. How to explain Orton's feistiness? Perhaps, he was punch-drunk after a game in which he took six sacks.

The sixth came on the play before the final two-minute warning. At the point, the story was how Denver's defense

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relentlessly pursued Titans' running back star Chris Johnson, but Tennessee still was ahead, 20-16 thanks to a 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Marc Mariani.

Just before the two-minute break, a holding penalty on left tackle Ryan Clady, and the sack left Orton and the Broncos facing a second-and-25.

Yet, on the first play after the final two-minute warning, Orton did not become jittery when he was again pressured by the Titans' pass rush. He remained poised and slid away. Freed to load up his throw, Orton spotted Jabar Gaffney running down the right sideline a good two steps ahead of his defender — one, Courtland Finnegan. Although, Titans safety Chris Hope came over for help, Gaffney sped past him, too.

As the ball came down at the goal line, Hope mauled Gaffney as the pass arrived. Yellow-colored laundry filled the field and the pass interference penalty gave the Broncos first and goal at the 1.

If Hope didn't interfere, it appeared Gaffney would have made the catch.

"I think so, too," Orton said. "Yeah, for sure. Jabar was real confident against him the whole game and we just needed some time to get him the ball."

Luckily for the Broncos, they drew an illegal formation penalty. That eliminated their putrid running game (Maroney and Correll Buckhalter combined for 8 yards on 17 carries) from their play-call options.

Orton from the shotgun hit Buckhalter, who had slid open in the right flat. Buckhalter

Eddie Royal (19) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown on a two-yard pass-play against the Titans in the second quarter. More photos. (AP | Frederick Breedon)was in for the game-winning, 6-yard score.

Here's a quarterback who has the worst running game support in the league. He is protected by a group of blockers who are either inexperienced or coming off injuries.

Yet, Orton completed 35 of 50 passes for 341 yards and two touchdowns with one interception.

"He stood in there and took a lot of hits today," Broncos coach Josh McDaniels said. "Certainly, more than we would have liked to have him take. But he never lost his poise."

Orton has put up big numbers all season. He leads all NFL quarterbacks with 1,419 passing yards, 354.8 per game. This time, he came up big in the fourth quarter.Among those impressed was a certain Tennessee cornerback.

"It was like a heavyweight fight," said Finnegan, who was unaware of Orton's postgame insult. "We kept knocking Orton down, but he kept getting back up. We couldn't knock him out or finish him off. He's a tough guy."

A tough-talking tough guy. Maybe this explains how in the same year the Broncos acquired quarterbacks Brady Quinn and Tim Tebow, Orton is having the best season of his career.

His attitude: Bring 'em on.

mr007
10-03-2010, 10:30 PM
Well, some people don't know jack**** about football, some do, and some I guess it takes some time.

Dude stfu, douche.

Bob's your Information Minister
10-03-2010, 10:34 PM
keep ****ing doubting kyle orton

mr007
10-03-2010, 10:36 PM
Orton is playing great. It's also really nice to see our WRs hanging on to balls - drops were something that really frustrated me the past couple of seasons.

Los Broncos
10-03-2010, 10:47 PM
Someone ripped Kuper's helmet off, the Titans are as dirty as they come.

Williams
10-03-2010, 11:28 PM
The video is up on db.com...

http://www.denverbroncos.com/multimedia/videos/Titans-Postgame-Orton/713c8fc7-3b18-447b-9e1a-f8306cca5b9d

Cito Pelon
10-04-2010, 12:33 AM
Dude stfu, douche.

You're a charming kind of guy.

Dr. Broncenstein
10-04-2010, 04:08 AM
Kuper was the one lineman that was holding his own in all phases and it was frustrating their defense. I'm very proud of Orton.

That's not what I saw upon further review. In the first series alone, Kuper was twice beaten to the point of disrupting the play.

driver
10-04-2010, 05:44 AM
Encroachment & lining up in the neutral zone's pretty minor to grabbing other guys' nuts. Maybe these o-linemen that line up across from Shaun Smith should start pulling a Conrad Dobler and punch him in the solar plexus... a little preemptive strike lol

Dobie wouldn't take any shi_ off anyone, they had to start it, but if they did look out. Loved that guy..Hilarious!

jhns
10-04-2010, 06:25 AM
As nice as it is to see Kip & Jester giving KO some due....The real indicator will be jhiz's reaction tomorrow.

Pretty sure he will find a way to spin not only Orton's play but also the OP quote into something negative.

Why would I spin Ortons play? He had a good game. I didn't spin his play after week 2.

He does sound like a bitch in the interview though. Bitches cry about this stuff. Men take care of it on the field. The Titans always play cheap. How many players do you see crying about it? When you cry about it and get frustrated on the field, you have let them do exactly what they were trying to do.

bowtown
10-04-2010, 06:30 AM
Why would I spin Ortons play? He had a good game. I didn't spin his play after week 2.

He does sound like a b**** in the interview though. b****es cry about this stuff. Men take care of it on the field. The Titans always play cheap. How many players do you see crying about it? When you cry about it and get frustrated on the field, you have let them do exactly what they were trying to do.

Good thing the field and the locker room are different places in a football stadium.

He did take care of it on the field. When you win, it's not whining, it's called rubbing it in.

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2010, 06:39 AM
Why would I spin Ortons play? He had a good game. I didn't spin his play after week 2.

He does sound like a b**** in the interview though. b****es cry about this stuff. Men take care of it on the field. The Titans always play cheap. How many players do you see crying about it? When you cry about it and get frustrated on the field, you have let them do exactly what they were trying to do.

Have you heard the quote instead of reading it? He sounds like the leader of the team, sticking up for his guys. Lots of guys look for an edge, but there's a line that was crossed when Finnegan thought he'd go WWE on a guy without a helmet. That's straight-up bull****.

"Men take care of it on the field" - They did. Check the scoreboard.

jhns
10-04-2010, 06:43 AM
"Men take care of it on the field" - They did. Check the scoreboard.

Good, and it should be left at that. Why cry about it? How is this standing up for his team?

Gort
10-04-2010, 06:50 AM
fu#king dirty ass player dirtiest player in the league Stokley also singled out Cortland Finnegan as a player with bad intentions.

I just find it funny how Titans fans cried over how cheap Harrison is, when not only is Finnegan dirty, but he aspires to be the diritiest player in the league.

I love Kyle Orton Spot on Titans are the dirtiest team in the league and have been for a while and we just kicked there azzes!:yayaya:

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/09/16/cortland-finnegan-aspires-to-be-the-nfls-dirtiest-player/

chex
10-04-2010, 06:50 AM
Well, Chuck Cecil is the DC over there, and he was hardly an angel when he played. I'm sure he's teaching his guys to be "aggressive".

Gort
10-04-2010, 06:56 AM
Kyle has really won me over. I didn't think much of him before we traded for him, and probably liked him less because I was a Cutler fan and thought Kyle rode a strong defense in Chicago to success.

He's completely proved me wrong with his play, which has been just below the Manning/Brady/Brees level so far this year. Comments like really round it out though...being tough, speaking your mind, and sticking up for your guys.

As excited about Tebow's potential as I am, I'm really glad this guy got signed through next year.

If only we had a running game to support him =(

on the NFL pregame show yesterday, Cowher went out of his way to dispute the idea that Orton was a top 10 quarterback. he was really agitated at the implication and aggressively asserted his belief that Orton was not worthy of such praise. his only concession was that "maybe" Orton was top 15.

there's still really not alot of respect for Orton among conventional-thinking NFL "talking-head types". but people who watch the Broncos know that Orton is a solid game manager and he's making the throws he needs to make more often than not, and avoiding most of the dumb mistakes that plague some of the so-called "elite" NFL quarterbacks... **cough** Cutler **cough** Favre **cough **.

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2010, 06:57 AM
Good, and it should be left at that. Why cry about it? How is this standing up for his team?

You do not, and obviously will never, get "it". Perhaps cricket or sewing are more your thing.

This is how you stand on this and everything here - the majority see it as a QB sticking up for his guys, his brothers, the guys he fights with every week. When someone comes in a takes a cheap shot at one of them on one instance and a number of times we probably don't see or hear about, he sees it fit to call out what he and a good number of other players in the NFL see. What if Finnegan had connected with that elbow? I'm sure you'd be cool with that. Hell, you could PM Kupesdad directly to tell him how funny you thought it was. But when the rest of the Mane sees it as a sign of a vocal leader, your dumb ass only sees the other side, the one that makes you look like a moron on the Internet.

jhns
10-04-2010, 07:09 AM
You do not, and obviously will never, get "it". Perhaps cricket or sewing are more your thing.

This is how you stand on this and everything here - the majority see it as a QB sticking up for his guys, his brothers, the guys he fights with every week. When someone comes in a takes a cheap shot at one of them on one instance and a number of times we probably don't see or hear about, he sees it fit to call out what he and a good number of other players in the NFL see. What if Finnegan had connected with that elbow? I'm sure you'd be cool with that. Hell, you could PM Kupesdad directly to tell him how funny you thought it was. But when the rest of the Mane sees it as a sign of a vocal leader, your dumb ass only sees the other side, the one that makes you look like a moron on the Internet.

LOL

Sure. He called him a dirty player in the media after everyone was already saying it. Way to show him Kyle Orton!

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2010, 07:12 AM
You are a dumb bitch, jhns. Seriously. How can you be so vapid?

jhns
10-04-2010, 07:18 AM
You are a dumb b****, jhns. Seriously. How can you be so vapid?

How can you be happy that the team leader looks like a whiney b****? Oh, right, that is what this fan base consists of now. Of course you guys would love it.

If you want to stand up for a teammate, go say something to the dirty player or go jump in a pile and do the same to him. There are many solutions that are much better than just whining in the media. What does whining to the media do? How is that backing your players? You aren't accomplishing anything....

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2010, 07:22 AM
How can you be happy that the team leader looks like a whiney b****? Oh, right, that is what this fan base consists of now. Of course you guys would love it.

He doesn't look like a bitch, though. See, that's what you don't get.

55CrushEm
10-04-2010, 07:23 AM
Well, Chuck Cecil is the DC over there, and he was hardly an angel when he played. I'm sure he's teaching his guys to be "aggressive".

My thoughts exactly. Nobody should be surprised at the Titans' "aggressiveness" considering that Chuch Cecil is their DC.

Hell, the guy made a career out of spearing players in the NFL. He's a big part of the reason the league cracked down on the practice........

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2010, 07:24 AM
There are many solutions that are much better than just whining in the media.

26-20 is the solution. Calling out Finnegan is just more piling on that, despite what the Titans were trying to do throughout the game, they couldn't hang when it came down to playing the game the right way.

rbackfactory80
10-04-2010, 07:30 AM
When you have a platform such as a pro athlete you might as well use it. Kyle rubbed in not only that they won the game but he wasn't impressed in the Ravens, many see that as confidence. People never say anything when Ray Lewis complains about the refs after a game, or when Tom Brady cries about being hit a second late. Kyle is a quiet dude, so when he speaks it obviously something that really got under his skin. No whining in what he did. He was asked a question and answered it with some low blows to the Ravens. Losers whine winners rub it in.

Rigs11
10-04-2010, 07:43 AM
Jhns will take any opportunity to bash orton. Even when he gets his ass kicked and comes out with a win.Quite a fan. hey Jhns i guess the rest of the nfl are also bitches right?



Titans give the NFL a collective middle finger.

Titans coach Jeff Fisher, the current holder of the longest tenure with the same team, is a widely-respected member of the influential Competition Committee.

The team he runs enjoys no such reputation.

A backlash quietly is building in league circles against the Titans, who entered the weekend with the most personal foul/unnecessary roughness penalties in the league -- and who led all teams with fines in the amount of $47,500. Thanks to defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil, that number will climb even higher this week.

Cecil's blatant middle finger, directed to the officials in plain view of the CBS cameras, surely will draw a huge fine. Given that Jets coach Rex Ryan paid $50,000 for the privilege of showing a middle finger to fans at an offseason MMA event in South Florida, Cecil will be facing a much bigger penalty.

Then, after Sunday's game, Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton sounded off regarding the "cheap" Titans, pointing a non-middle finger at cornerback Cortland Finnegan, who has claimed that he wants to be known as the dirtiest player in the league.

Some league insiders believe the time has come for Fisher to take control of the situation. Said one high-level source with another team, "We have to sit and listen to Fisher pontificate at league meetings every year, and his guys are as dirty as anyone."

Maybe, at some point, franchises should be held accountable for fostering an atmosphere in which so much unruly behavior occurs. At a certain point, it no longer can be called a coincidence.


http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/10/04/week-four-monday-10-pack/?related=1

jhns
10-04-2010, 07:56 AM
That is exactly what I said Riggs. Everyone already knows and everyone has already been talking about it. Orton isn't accomplishing a thing. How is crying about it after the fact, standing up for his team? Saying or doing something as it is happening is how you stand up for someone. Crying about it later doesn't accomplish a thing. Do you think they are at home crying because Orton said they are dirty, as if they didn't know?

"That guy who beat up the kid is just a bad person. I just stood by and watched him do it but I am standing up for the kid now that the bad man is gone! I will tell everyone that he is a bad man, even though they all saw it on TV and he knew he was doing it in front of everyone. That will show him!"

LOL

Sorry, I just don't agree that Orton is doing something special.

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2010, 07:59 AM
Jhns thinks Orton didn't do anything about it during the game. Really?

bronclvr
10-04-2010, 08:01 AM
That is exactly what I said Riggs. Everyone already knows and everyone has already been talking about it. Orton isn't accomplishing a thing. How is crying about it after the fact, standing up for his team? Saying or doing something as it is happening is how you stand up for someone. Crying about it later doesn't accomplish a thing. Do you think they are at home crying because Orton said they are dirty, as if they didn't know?

"That guy who beat up the kid is just a bad person. I just stood by and watched him do it but I am standing up for the kid now that the bad man is gone! I will tell everyone that he is a bad man, even though they all saw it on TV and he knew he was doing it in front of everyone. That will show him!"

LOL

Sorry, I just don't agree that Orton is doing something special.


You are pathetic-

Missouribronc
10-04-2010, 08:02 AM
That is exactly what I said Riggs. Everyone already knows and everyone has already been talking about it. Orton isn't accomplishing a thing. How is crying about it after the fact, standing up for his team? Saying or doing something as it is happening is how you stand up for someone. Crying about it later doesn't accomplish a thing. Do you think they are at home crying because Orton said they are dirty, as if they didn't know?

"That guy who beat up the kid is just a bad person. I just stood by and watched him do it but I am standing up for the kid now that the bad man is gone! I will tell everyone that he is a bad man, even though they all saw it on TV and he knew he was doing it in front of everyone. That will show him!"

LOL

Sorry, I just don't agree that Orton is doing something special.

The ultimate Cutler fan whining about Orton "whining."

Anyone else see the irony?

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSxsahUadQqgYBB46JwjDXh3gbZapXhf uQwn5Pn7tbTNQl4HCY&t=1&usg=__FlYp7y6w4UdcOdcnKS7jNE2YLTY=

It's a shame Cutler wasn't available to the media to throw his offensive line under the bus after last night's game.

jhns
10-04-2010, 08:04 AM
Jhns thinks Orton didn't do anything about it during the game. Really?

Well I sure missed him getting in Finnigans face for playing dirty. This would sound a lot better if it was an explanation of why he stood up to Finnigan.

jhns
10-04-2010, 08:09 AM
The ultimate Cutler fan whining about Orton "whining."

Anyone else see the irony?

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSxsahUadQqgYBB46JwjDXh3gbZapXhf uQwn5Pn7tbTNQl4HCY&t=1&usg=__FlYp7y6w4UdcOdcnKS7jNE2YLTY=

It's a shame Cutler wasn't available to the media to throw his offensive line under the bus after last night's game.

Great, so Cutler has the same attitude as Peyton Manning. I'm sure that is a bad thing.

I don't care if he whines. I just stated my opinion that he isn't being a hero as he whines. I didn't just do it randomly either, I was asked for it.

Anyways, I have seen many players be real teammates and get in the face of the dirty players as they were doing something dirty to a teammate. Those are guys that are doing something about it. Those guys show that you can't keep doing something to their teammate without having to deal with all of them.

Steve Sewell
10-04-2010, 08:17 AM
jhiz...

This is getting almost comical. I know that Orton grew up close to Des Moines, an afternoon drive to Omaha. Did he bang your mom or sister or something?

You realize he grew up as a Fusker fan right? He wore #18 in college and at Chicago in honor of Brook Berringer.

jhns
10-04-2010, 08:22 AM
jhiz...

This is getting almost comical. I know that Orton grew up close to Des Moines, an afternoon drive to Omaha. Did he bang your mom or sister or something?

You realize he grew up as a Fusker fan right? He wore #18 in college and at Chicago in honor of Brook Berringer.

He also wanted to be a Husker and the Huskers told him no. I will say that he has good taste though.

Dagmar
10-04-2010, 08:22 AM
http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/702/aviarysportsillustrated.png

Missouribronc
10-04-2010, 08:29 AM
Great, so Cutler has the same attitude as Peyton Manning. I'm sure that is a bad thing.

I don't care if he whines. I just stated my opinion that he isn't being a hero as he whines. I didn't just do it randomly either, I was asked for it.

Anyways, I have seen many players be real teammates and get in the face of the dirty players as they were doing something dirty to a teammate. Those are guys that are doing something about it. Those guys show that you can't keep doing something to their teammate without having to deal with all of them.

What part of punching them in the mouth with a fourth quarter touchdown do you not get?

jhns
10-04-2010, 08:32 AM
What part of punching them in the mouth with a fourth quarter touchdown do you not get?

Great, so what is the whining in the media accomplishing?

Again, a player that is really standing up for a teammate is one that is getting in the face of the dirty player and letting them know that they are dealing with the team when doing that ****. Calling him a dirty player in the media is not standing up for a teammate. It is whining about it after the fact.

Spider
10-04-2010, 08:33 AM
I would follow orton ......

Missouribronc
10-04-2010, 08:38 AM
Great, so what is the whining in the media accomplishing?

It's not whining, so I'll agree to disagree with you.

Irish Stout
10-04-2010, 08:51 AM
To Jhns:

So you suggest that Orton & co. should have stepped up to more of scirmish rather than turning the other cheek when the play was over? Which might have resulted in some unnecessary penalties that could have resulted in not getting a W?

I really like your suggestion that our QB jump on the pile to get some cheap shots in too! Pure genius!

You clearly are the brightest poster on the Omane.

Missouribronc
10-04-2010, 08:54 AM
Great, so what is the whining in the media accomplishing?

Again, a player that is really standing up for a teammate is one that is getting in the face of the dirty player and letting them know that they are dealing with the team when doing that ****. Calling him a dirty player in the media is not standing up for a teammate. It is whining about it after the fact.

And getting personal fouls would do this team so much better.

Real smart.

Spider
10-04-2010, 08:55 AM
Great, so what is the whining in the media accomplishing?

Again, a player that is really standing up for a teammate is one that is getting in the face of the dirty player and letting them know that they are dealing with the team when doing that ****. Calling him a dirty player in the media is not standing up for a teammate. It is whining about it after the fact.

Take your ****ing meds

jhns
10-04-2010, 08:57 AM
Take your ****ing meds

I can't. I'm at work.

DomCasual
10-04-2010, 08:58 AM
Old 10-04-2010, 09:32 AM
Remove user from ignore list
jhns
This message is hidden because jhns is on your ignore list. (http://www.orangemane.com/BB/profile.php?do=ignorelist)

Just saying.

Miss I.
10-04-2010, 08:58 AM
Great, so what is the whining in the media accomplishing?

Again, a player that is really standing up for a teammate is one that is getting in the face of the dirty player and letting them know that they are dealing with the team when doing that ****. Calling him a dirty player in the media is not standing up for a teammate. It is whining about it after the fact.

Okay, so I have a couple of questions.
1. Did you listen to the interview rather than just read it?
2. Either way, exactly how is what he said whining? Define what you consider to be whining. And please do me the courtesy of not using the term bitch or other sexist phrases to make your point.
3. Also, referring to an earlier post about Cutler and Manning, don't you think it's a bit premature to put Cutler in the same category as Manning? He may indeed have similiar arm strength (I am not going to fight about that), but surely he has yet to develop the marks of leadership that Manning does display. They both may whine, however you define that, but Manning does display more positives at this point as a field leader than does Cutler, so perhaps as such has earned a bit more leaway. Cutler may eventually get there, but is he there yet? I would argue no. What say you?

jhns
10-04-2010, 09:00 AM
And getting personal fouls would do this team so much better.

Real smart.

Really? I see players get in other players faces all the time without flags being thrown. Did they make some new rules?

Spider
10-04-2010, 09:00 AM
I can't. I'm at work.

McDonalds and their no drug policy .......

HAT
10-04-2010, 09:04 AM
lulz.....Monday morning & right on cue.

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSzYXppOJmoE-AQ7Y9CIEgYEDHuOIkGp7D9fGBqba6ArtIdaZg&t=1&usg=__UppA-1L_OjfnNnsmB9AurZAJH-w=

Beantown Bronco
10-04-2010, 09:11 AM
jhiz...

This is getting almost comical. I know that Orton grew up close to Des Moines, an afternoon drive to Omaha. Did he bang your mom or sister or something?

King Neckbeard is insulted by your use of the word "or" and demands that you replace it with an "and".

jhns
10-04-2010, 09:11 AM
Okay, so I have a couple of questions.
1. Did you listen to the interview rather than just read it?
2. Either way, exactly how is what he said whining? Define what you consider to be whining. And please do me the courtesy of not using the term b**** or other sexist phrases to make your point.
3. Also, referring to an earlier post about Cutler and Manning, don't you think it's a bit premature to put Cutler in the same category as Manning? He may indeed have similiar arm strength (I am not going to fight about that), but surely he has yet to develop the marks of leadership that Manning does display. They both may whine, however you define that, but Manning does display more positives at this point as a field leader than does Cutler, so perhaps as such has earned a bit more leaway. Cutler may eventually get there, but is he there yet? I would argue no. What say you?

1) No, I have learned from all of you and just take what they say in the context that it is presented in an article. For proof, just look at what we are talking about with point 3.

2) b**** is only sexist if you make it sexist. You probably are one of those that claim people are slamming homos when they say something is gay. You should take your own advise from 1 and learn what context means. Whining is b****ing about something in the media when you didn't have the balls to do something about it. Again, this would look much better as an explanation as to why Orton got in his face at some point.

3. You are right. Cutler isn't close to Manning. I just was pointing out that Manning throws his o-line under the bus so this really isn't something you can use to say they suck. If you are just pointing out whining, who cares? Like I said, I don't care if Orton or any other player whines, I just gave my opinion of it.

Requiem
10-04-2010, 09:14 AM
I'm praying to Allah right now.

jhns
10-04-2010, 09:15 AM
McDonalds and their no drug policy .......

Yup, it is dumb. Oh well, at least I get free burgers.

Spider
10-04-2010, 09:26 AM
Yup, it is dumb. Oh well, at least I get free burgers.

no fries ?

Miss I.
10-04-2010, 09:28 AM
1) No, I have learned from all of you and just take what they say in the context that it is presented in an article. For proof, just look at what we are talking about with point 3.

2) b**** is only sexist if you make it sexist. You probably are one of those that claim people are slamming homos when they say something is gay. You should take your own advise from 1 and learn what context means. Whining is b****ing about something in the media when you didn't have the balls to do something about it. Again, this would look much better as an explanation as to why Orton got in his face at some point.

3. You are right. Cutler isn't close to Manning. I just was pointing out that Manning throws his o-line under the bus so this really isn't something you can use to say they suck. If you are just pointing out whining, who cares? Like I said, I don't care if Orton or any other player whines, I just gave my opinion of it.

1. Why just take anyone's word for it? As you say in point 2, see it in context 2 understand better. Listening to him speak rather than reading it, does provide a better context to gauge it as whining or not. You may still see it as such and that's your right, but hearing the actual person say it does provide verbal language cues that are not really in text.

2. Sexist is the wrong word. Derogatory is more or less what I meant. As for the use of gay, yes I think it's a poor use of the word as the dictionary really defines it as either being really happy or homosexual (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gay), rather than the way it's used as a derogatory term in slang these days. By using it, it actually shows a lack of word skills on the part of the person using it. There are better words to indicate something as a negative. But that's neither here nor there. I have your definition of whining which is what I was curious about anyway. And I wasn't giving advice, read into it what you must, but I was curious if you had listened to it, as someone else had asked you earlier and I never saw a response.

3. It is your opinion and as such as worth much as anyone else's, including mine.

Irish Stout
10-04-2010, 09:29 AM
Kyle Orton got sacked 6 times. Kyle Orton stood in the pocket to make 50 throws yesterday, while getting hit a lot. Kyle Orton never once complained about his O-line, WRs, running backs or any shots that he took personally. Kyle Orton, was pretty much incredible.

Requiem
10-04-2010, 09:32 AM
no fries ?

Only the bosses. ^5

bowtown
10-04-2010, 09:47 AM
1. Why just take anyone's word for it? As you say in point 2, see it in context 2 understand better. Listening to him speak rather than reading it, does provide a better context to gauge it as whining or not. You may still see it as such and that's your right, but hearing the actual person say it does provide verbal language cues that are not really in text.

2. Sexist is the wrong word. Derogatory is more or less what I meant. As for the use of gay, yes I think it's a poor use of the word as the dictionary really defines it as either being really happy or homosexual (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gay), rather than the way it's used as a derogatory term in slang these days. By using it, it actually shows a lack of word skills on the part of the person using it. There are better words to indicate something as a negative. But that's neither here nor there. I have your definition of whining which is what I was curious about anyway. And I wasn't giving advice, read into it what you must, but I was curious if you had listened to it, as someone else had asked you earlier and I never saw a response.

3. It is your opinion and as such as worth much as anyone else's, including mine.

No your opinion is worth significantly more.

manchambo
10-04-2010, 10:13 AM
Did anyone else think it was pretty spectacularly dirty toward the end when the Titans kept pretending there was a fumble and hitting the running back on the ground? That first run by Maroney the replay made clear that he never lost the ball, even when he was on the ground. And two or three people came in and hit him while he was on the ground, as if there was a fumble.

I thought they were fairly lucky not to get a personal foul there--you just don't get to hit players on the ground, even if you really really wish they would fumble.

Chris
10-04-2010, 10:26 AM
yep I was @ the game right behind the broncos offensive bench and Orton came to the sideline yelling those f#ck*ng @holes .. it was great we heard everything the players and coaches were saying... also Mcd ripped the offensive line and yelled at them "I'm tired of this f'n s**t" it was great I love the passion of Mcd, this d-bag behind me kept yelling @ Clady telling him he was fat and had cellulite while he was on the sideline riding the bike, he also told Maroney he would be cut tomorrow.. it was a great weekend! Orton is a freakin stud, so proud of him

Tell us more.

mr007
10-04-2010, 10:31 AM
You're a charming kind of guy.

I just find it annoying when people respond to others the way you did in the board. Granted I don't know the history between you and the other poster, but your response was enough to make me want to say something about it.

HEAV
10-04-2010, 11:39 AM
Amaze'n...even after a win a few Shanny-Cutler Lovers/McDaniels-Orton haters still come troll'n around looking for a fight...

Sassy
10-04-2010, 12:09 PM
\Good, and it should be left at that. Why cry about it? How is this standing up for his team?

He didn't...he stated the fact, stuck up for his team and took care of it on the field.

Unlike Chuck Cecil (defensive coach on the Titans ) that is looking to get fined for the finger...now, I would call that "CRYING/WHINING".

http://www.postchronicle.com/news/original/article_212325583.shtml?rssfeed

footstepsfrom#27
10-04-2010, 12:13 PM
Kyle Orton got sacked 6 times. Kyle Orton stood in the pocket to make 50 throws yesterday, while getting hit a lot. Kyle Orton never once complained about his O-line, WRs, running backs or any shots that he took personally. Kyle Orton, was pretty much incredible.
Something of note; Orton is at least taking a more vocal approach to leadership. I'm not sure if that's McDaniels or him just being comfortable enough in this offense to feel ready to do that, but up till now he's not been that vocal so this is at least an interesting development from that perspective.

I define "whining" as the term of choice for fans listening to what opposing team's players or fans say about the game that they don't agree with... ;)

jhns
10-04-2010, 12:13 PM
Unlike what's his face (coach on the Titans ) that is looking to get fined for the finger...now, I would call that "CRYING/WHINING".

Yes it is. It also made me laugh.

Sassy
10-04-2010, 12:18 PM
Yes it is. It also made me laugh.

Definition of WHINE
intransitive verb
1a : to utter a high-pitched plaintive or distressed cry b : to make a sound similar to such a cry <the wind whined in the chimney>
2: to complain with or as if with a whine <always whining about the weather>
3: to move or proceed with the sound of a whine <the bullet whined…across the ice — Berton Roueché>
transitive verb

This is what Cecil was doing...not what Orton was doing...Orton was sticking up for his guys....not complaining. How is stating facts complaining?

Irish Stout
10-04-2010, 12:19 PM
Something of note; Orton is at least taking a more vocal approach to leadership. I'm not sure if that's McDaniels or him just being comfortable enough in this offense to feel ready to do that, but up till now he's not been that vocal so this is at least an interesting development from that perspective.

I define "whining" as the term of choice for fans listening to what opposing team's players or fans say about the game that they don't agree with... ;)

Orton has definitely been more vocal all year. You can see him too on the sidelines trying to pump up his guys. Its a good change, whatever inspired it. Orton is clearly demonstrating he is ready and willing to be the leader of the team.

jhns
10-04-2010, 12:21 PM
Hi, my name is Kyle Orton. I didn't have the balls to stand up to a dirty player when he was around because it is much easier to say bad things about him in the media. I didn't care to stick up for my teammate while we were on the field and this stuff was happening. I figured that pointing out the obvious to the masses well after the fact would be the best way to show that I have my teammates back. I bet that guy will never try that again while I'm around!

Sassy
10-04-2010, 12:24 PM
Hi, my name is Kyle Orton. I didn't have the balls to stand up to a dirty player when he was around because it is much easier to say bad things about him in the media. I didn't care to stick up for my teammate while we were on the field and this stuff was happening. I figured that pointing out the obvious to the masses well after the fact would be the best way to show that I have my teammates back. I bet that guy will never try that again while I'm around!

Now...you are just crying/whining to prove your point...in your eyes are you never wrong? Why don't YOU just go up to Orton to prove your point instead of bitching about it to the Orangemane crowd. ;) (the mass media)

Williams
10-04-2010, 12:28 PM
I define "whining" as the term of choice for fans listening to what opposing team's players or fans say about the game that they don't agree with... ;)

Ahhhh... so Jhns isnt a Bronco fan after all.

Startling.

vancejohnson82
10-04-2010, 12:29 PM
Hi, my name is Kyle Orton. I didn't have the balls to stand up to a dirty player when he was around because it is much easier to say bad things about him in the media. I didn't care to stick up for my teammate while we were on the field and this stuff was happening. I figured that pointing out the obvious to the masses well after the fact would be the best way to show that I have my teammates back. I bet that guy will never try that again while I'm around!

Hi, I'm Kyle Orton....I was too busy getting the plays called, throwing for nearly 400 yards and winning a ballgame to worry about the shenanigans of the other team

But now that I've got time to talk I did take issue with some of the dirty stuff

Sassy
10-04-2010, 12:33 PM
Hi, I'm Kyle Orton....I was too busy getting the plays called, throwing for nearly 400 yards and winning a ballgame to worry about the shenanigans of the other team

But now that I've got time to talk I did take issue with some of the dirty stuff

This too! LOL!
Exactly!

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2010, 12:34 PM
Holy ****, jhns, you are so off the reservation with your line of thinking. Not that that's a surprise to anyone around here.

RaiderH8r
10-04-2010, 12:35 PM
I'm pretty stoked we won the game.

Cortland Finnegan doesn't Winnagan can get dick cancer and die.

Maybe Orton should have gotten into his mug on the field but if he got a delay of game penalty for it I'd be quite pissed. Carson Palmer got in some mug over that Shipley hit, but whatever, guys seem to be playing for Orton and that's good gravy for the Broncos.

If the Broncos get to the bye at 4-4 or better and stay away from the injury bug it shapes up pretty nicely for a good second half run that could get the squad to 10 wins. Getting a win against TN is big for this run of the schedule that runs a number of tough games in a row.

jhns
10-04-2010, 12:35 PM
Definition of WHINE
intransitive verb
1a : to utter a high-pitched plaintive or distressed cry b : to make a sound similar to such a cry <the wind whined in the chimney>
2: to complain with or as if with a whine <always whining about the weather>
3: to move or proceed with the sound of a whine <the bullet whined…across the ice — Berton Roueché>
transitive verb

This is what Cecil was doing...not what Orton was doing...Orton was sticking up for his guys....not complaining. How is stating facts complaining?

He was not sticking up for his team. How is he sticking up for his team? I can just imagine that conversation on the field as Kuper is getting punched and Orton is standing by telling him to take it because he is going to tell everyone that the other guy is a dirty player. That sure showed him Orton! I bet he never does it again now.

Standing up for a teammate is standing up for him while this type of thing is happening.

Sassy
10-04-2010, 12:39 PM
No...Orton did what he should have done at that point...shut his mouth (no penalties that way) and played football...would you rather he got a game costing penalty? I'm sure his teammates didn't see it your way. They wanted the W. (Which is how he took care of it on the field.)

jhns
10-04-2010, 12:41 PM
Now...you are just crying/whining to prove your point...in your eyes are you never wrong? Why don't YOU just go up to Orton to prove your point instead of b****ing about it to the Orangemane crowd. ;) (the mass media)

Of course I'm never wrong. What kind of question is that?
I don't go up to Orton because I am like Orton. I will just cry and whine about it to the masses. I have said it multiple times, I don't care if people whine. I'm just giving, and now backing, my opinion.

Rigs11
10-04-2010, 12:41 PM
Hi, my name is Kyle Orton. I didn't have the balls to stand up to a dirty player when he was around because it is much easier to say bad things about him in the media. I didn't care to stick up for my teammate while we were on the field and this stuff was happening. I figured that pointing out the obvious to the masses well after the fact would be the best way to show that I have my teammates back. I bet that guy will never try that again while I'm around!

Hi my name is jhns, and i can't for the life of me figure out that you don't start stuff on the field because you get penalized, and when you get penalized it hurts your chances to win.

Sassy
10-04-2010, 12:42 PM
Of course I'm never wrong. What kind of question is that?
I don't go up to Orton because I am like Orton. I will just cry and whine about it to the masses. I have said it multiple times, I don't care if people whine. I'm just giving, and now backing, my opinion.

You sound like one of my toddlers.

Wait...maybe not...they don't even carry on this long.

Spider
10-04-2010, 12:43 PM
Of course I'm never wrong. What kind of question is that?
I don't go up to Orton because I am like Orton. I will just cry and whine about it to the masses. I have said it multiple times, I don't care if people whine. I'm just giving, and now backing, my opinion.
you enjoy being the board idiot dont you ?

jhns
10-04-2010, 12:45 PM
No...Orton did what he should have done at that point...shut his mouth (no penalties that way) and played football...would you rather he got a game costing penalty? I'm sure his teammates didn't see it your way. They wanted the W.

I see players get in other players faces all the time without penalties. I see players get in other players faces all the time for players on the other team doing something dirty to a teammate. This stuff isn't uncommon. These guys are sticking up for teammates. What Orton is doing is complaining about it well after the fact. As I keep saying, I don't expect him to get in another players face. I don't care if he whines to the media. I just gave my opinion which is that he isn't sticking up for teammates, he is just complaining.

jhns
10-04-2010, 12:50 PM
you enjoy being the board idiot dont you ?

You may want to learn how to form a sentence before typing stuff like this.

bendog
10-04-2010, 12:50 PM
outta give him one of these right upside the head ... after consuming the contents of course

<img src="https://www.weinquelle.com/fotos/Jack_Daniels_264.jpg">

Sassy
10-04-2010, 12:50 PM
You have a strange way of thinking....it's almost a "whining because you have to be right"....Enough...of me wasting my time....with you...better things to accomplish.

jhns
10-04-2010, 12:52 PM
You sound like one of my toddlers.

Wait...maybe not...they don't even carry on this long.

Well, yeah. Kids tend to have short attention spans. Don't worry, they'll grow up fast.

Rohirrim
10-04-2010, 12:56 PM
You have a strange way of thinking....it's almost a "whining because you have to be right"....Enough...of me wasting my time....with you...better things to accomplish.

jhns is just butt hurt because his true love was knocked out of the game last night so he has to come over here and whine about the better QB on the Broncos.

Sassy
10-04-2010, 01:06 PM
jhns is just butt hurt because his true love was knocked out of the game last night so he has to come over here and whine about the better QB on the Broncos.

No doubt!
His love was sacked 9 times by the half and out of the game. Hilarious!
Cutler, no doubt, was whining about his o-line in the locker room!Ha!

Spider
10-04-2010, 01:10 PM
You may want to learn how to form a sentence before typing stuff like this.

is this your final answer ?

Rohirrim
10-04-2010, 01:11 PM
No doubt!
His love was sacked 9 times by the half and out of the game. Hilarious!
Cutler, no doubt, was whining about his o-line in the locker room!Ha!

They wanted to try the hurry up offense with a three step drop but Mopey held his breath and told them if they did that, he'd have his daddy drop off his playbook. He told Martz, "Gee. I already had to learn all these plays. Now you want me to learn a whole bunch of new plays?"

jhns
10-04-2010, 01:12 PM
You guys keep Cutler out of your posts. You have to earn the right to talk about him.

Irish Stout
10-04-2010, 01:13 PM
jhns, how do you know Orton didn't stand up with his teammates at the time? You don't. However, you apparently missed it when Orton attempted to get his own shot in on Finnegan after the Finnegan sack, when Orton swung his leg in Finnegan's direction. It was very half hearted though, like he knew if he actually did get Finnegan that Colquitt would be backed up even further.

Really sucks having a QB who uses his noodle brain to complement his noodle arm.

bronclvr
10-04-2010, 01:14 PM
you enjoy being the board idiot dont you ?

Hi, My name is bronclvr and I completely agree with this message-

Dexter
10-04-2010, 01:15 PM
He was not sticking up for his team. How is he sticking up for his team? I can just imagine that conversation on the field as Kuper is getting punched and Orton is standing by telling him to take it because he is going to tell everyone that the other guy is a dirty player. That sure showed him Orton! I bet he never does it again now.

Standing up for a teammate is standing up for him while this type of thing is happening.

Who's to say he didn't say something on the field? besides his 30/35 2tds and 341 yards did his onfield talking. Ive never heard someone cry so much about somebody standing up for his teammate in the media.

Were you here criticizing Brandon Marshall or Jay Cutler when they made questionable comments to the media?


"This is our division" - Brandon Marshall

“We don’t really have a lot of contact with each other. It’s become a nice rivalry. We’re both younger guys and both on pretty good teams in the same division and get to see each other twice. I’m just not that big of a fan of the guy.”

Cutler continued, “I don’t like how he carries himself. I don’t like some of the stuff he does on the field.” - Jay Cutler


I assume you disapprove of this whining/ trash talk aswell Jhns? Oh wait you probably don't because its "I throw off my back foot Cutler" and "I beat women" marshall.

By the way who was the one that whined his way out of Denver?
Oh yeah, Jay cutler did. Who didn't whine when we traded for Quinn and drafted Tebow? Oh yeah, Orton.

Who has the better stats with the worst ground game in the league? Orton.

But no, orton is nothing but a whiny b**** that can't play football. Right.

Archer81
10-04-2010, 01:16 PM
Who's to say he didn't say something on the field? besides his 30/35 2tds and 341 yards did his onfield talking. Ive never heard someone cry so much about somebody standing up for his teammate in the media.


Its Jhns...

That automatically precludes a rational discussion on the topic.


:Broncos:

Missouribronc
10-04-2010, 01:18 PM
You guys keep Cutler out of your posts. You have to earn the right to talk about him.

Hilarious!

:stupid:

jhns
10-04-2010, 01:21 PM
Who's to say he didn't say something on the field?

I said he didn't. Come to think of it, not one player did. Kuper had to take getting punched in the face because McDaniels likes a team of nice guys. They don't want confrontations so they just all seem to let it slide. I guess we get to be the pussies of the NFL for a while.

Rohirrim
10-04-2010, 01:22 PM
I said he didn't. Come to think of it, not one player did. Kuper had to take getting punched in the face because McDaniels likes a team of nice guys. They don't want confrontations so they just all seem to let it slide. I guess we get to be the pussies of the NFL for a while.

Good take.



:spit:

Sassy
10-04-2010, 01:24 PM
jhns, how do you know Orton didn't stand up with his teammates at the time? You don't. However, you apparently missed it when Orton attempted to get his own shot in on Finnegan after the Finnegan sack, when Orton swung his leg in Finnegan's direction. It was very half hearted though, like he knew if he actually did get Finnegan that Colquitt would be backed up even further.

Really sucks having a QB who uses his noodle brain to complement his noodle arm.

:strong:Hilarious!

Sassy
10-04-2010, 01:27 PM
At least Kyle spoke his piece and didn't get fined $40,000 like Cecil just did.

jhns
10-04-2010, 01:29 PM
Were you here criticizing Brandon Marshall or Jay Cutler when they made questionable comments to the media?


"This is our division" - Brandon Marshall

“We don’t really have a lot of contact with each other. It’s become a nice rivalry. We’re both younger guys and both on pretty good teams in the same division and get to see each other twice. I’m just not that big of a fan of the guy.”

Cutler continued, “I don’t like how he carries himself. I don’t like some of the stuff he does on the field.” - Jay Cutler


I assume you disapprove of this whining/ trash talk aswell Jhns? Oh wait you probably because its "I throw off my back foot Cutler" and "I beat women" marshall.

By the way who was the one that whined his way out of Denver?
Oh yeah, Jay cutler did. Who didn't whine when we traded for Quinn and drafted Tebow? Oh yeah, Orton Didn't?

Who has the better stats with the worst ground game in the league? Orton.

But no, orton is nothing but a whiny b**** that can't play football. Right.

Actually, yes, I do think Cutler and Marshall whine a lot.

Anyways, way to point out a situation that highlights what I'm saying. The chargers just talked trash, without ripping off helmets and playing dirty, and that Broncos team still got in their face about it. The entire team got into it before their next game. Do you not remember that pregame?

As for your whining, damn you have issues. Like %90 of what you are going on about wasn't even being discussed until you just brought it up.

Dexter
10-04-2010, 01:38 PM
Actually, yes, I do think Cutler and Marshall whine a lot.

Anyways, way to point out a situation that highlights what I'm saying. The chargers just talked trash, without ripping off helmets and playing dirty, and that Broncos team still got in their face about it. The entire team got into it before their next game. Do you not remember that pregame?

As for your whining, damn you have issues. Like %90 of what you are going on about wasn't even being discussed until you just brought it up.

I'm whining? Really? All I've read this whole thread is how bad Orton is and how amazing Cutler is. Its too bad you can't see facts.

And like i said, just because there wasn't an almost brawl on TV doesn't mean our team didn't stand up to the titans during the game.

But keep living in your delusional world that somehow Orton is somehow a bad QB and isn't allowed to speak his mind but Cutler is.LOL

Missouribronc
10-04-2010, 01:42 PM
Do you not remember that pregame?

Yeah. They were hella fired up.

52-21.

BlaK-Argentina
10-04-2010, 01:42 PM
I can't believe you guys.

Can you please let this MFer go? He obviously enjoys getting on everyone's nerves and you all play along.

He really CAN'T be this dumb. I refuse to believe that someone who knows how to use a computer can be that stupid. It's an act.

Sassy
10-04-2010, 01:45 PM
I can't believe you guys.

Can you please let this MFer go? He obviously enjoys getting on everyone's nerves and you all play along.

He really CAN'T be this dumb. I refuse to believe that someone who knows how to use a computer can be that stupid. It's an act.

He's like his fave qb Cutler...craves attention. :wave:

Miss I.
10-04-2010, 01:46 PM
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jhns
10-04-2010, 01:47 PM
I'm whining? Really? All I've read this whole thread is how bad Orton is and how amazing Cutler is. Its too bad you can't see facts.

And like i said, just because there wasn't an almost brawl on TV doesn't mean our team didn't stand up to the titans during the game.

But keep living in your delusional world that somehow Orton is somehow a bad QB and isn't allowed to speak his mind but Cutler is.LOL

Did you take some acid before opening the thread or something?

When did I Cutler was good in this thread?

Where did I say Orton is a bad QB in this thread?

When did I say Orton can't speak his mind?

Again, did you drop some acid before reading the forum?

Sassy
10-04-2010, 01:49 PM
Did you take some acid before opening the thread or something?

When did I Cutler was good in this thread?

Where did I say Orton is a bad QB in this thread?

When did I say Orton can't speak his mind? Again, did you drop some acid before reading the forum?

Ahhh but when he does you say he's a whiney baby....

Rulon Velvet Jones
10-04-2010, 01:50 PM
Lock it and shut it down. This is nothing more than a jhns trolling/BS thread now. It's worthless and pointless at this point.

Miss I.
10-04-2010, 01:55 PM
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vancejohnson82
10-04-2010, 01:56 PM
Actually, yes, I do think Cutler and Marshall whine a lot.

Anyways, way to point out a situation that highlights what I'm saying. The chargers just talked trash, without ripping off helmets and playing dirty, and that Broncos team still got in their face about it. The entire team got into it before their next game. Do you not remember that pregame?
As for your whining, damn you have issues. Like %90 of what you are going on about wasn't even being discussed until you just brought it up.


and they promptly got stomped on...

Dexter
10-04-2010, 01:57 PM
When did I Cutler was good in this thread?
You guys keep Cutler out of your posts. You have to earn the right to talk about him.

You aren't implying that he's good?then?


Where did I say Orton is a bad QB in this thread?
Well apparently Orton did nothing to stand up for his teammates, so that gutsy performance after being sacked 6 times means nothing to you, so I just assumed.

When did I say Orton can't speak his mind?
Oh, saying he's nothing but a whining b**** for talking to the media come to mind perhaps?

Did you take some acid before opening the thread or something?
Again, did you drop some acid before reading the forum?
No, but clearly acid is on your mind so I wouldn't be surprised if you did.

jhns
10-04-2010, 01:58 PM
Ahhh but when he does you say he's a whiney baby....

Now that is true.

jhns
10-04-2010, 02:12 PM
You aren't implying that he's good?then?



Well apparently Orton did nothing to stand up for his teammates, so that gutsy performance after being sacked 6 times means nothing to you, so I just assumed.


Oh, saying he's nothing but a whining b**** for talking to the media come to mind perhaps?



No, but clearly acid is on your mind so I wouldn't be surprised if you did.

1) I didn't say a word about Cutlers QB skills. Maybe you haven't earned the right to talk about him because he is a good person and you aren't. Anyways, did you really take that seriously? It was a joke posted after posters like you started bringing up Cutler, who has nothing to do with this topic.

2) Your problem is that you assume a lot. I said Cutler whined as well and you seem to also think I am claiming he is great. How do these two points make sense when you are claiming them at the same time?

3) I actually have stated the exact opposite of what you are claiming. I have said multiple times that I could care less if he whines, it just isn't sticking up for his teammates.

4) I wish.

bronclvr
10-04-2010, 02:16 PM
I thiink I finally got it-this is'nt jhns, it's Cutler! He wants to come back! Go Home baby Jay-

DAN_BRONCO_FAN
10-04-2010, 02:31 PM
way to go kyle ! the titans are such dirty lil condoms

DAN_BRONCO_FAN
10-04-2010, 02:53 PM
outta give him one of these right upside the head ... after consuming the contents of course

<img src="https://www.weinquelle.com/fotos/Jack_Daniels_264.jpg">

say isnt that Orton fuel? sorta like spinach to Popeye !

broncocalijohn
10-04-2010, 04:40 PM
Good, and it should be left at that. Why cry about it? How is this standing up for his team?

leave it to this douche to take over a thread with a whiney post and we won. Why you even are here is a mystery. You type things without even thinking about it. So, did he call out his players after last week? No, he said WE not them. THis week Orton sticks up for his players by not taking the soft way and telling it like it is which should be done. How you respond? Anyway to dis Orton.

TailgateNut
10-04-2010, 04:43 PM
You are pathetic-


That's a compliment when referring to that swordswallower.

Sassy
10-04-2010, 06:26 PM
Josh McDaniels, Jeff Fisher Trade Barbs Regarding Titans' 'Cheap' Play


Kyle Orton called the Tennessee Titans a 'dirty' team after the game. The day after, his Head Coach did little to dis-spell those sentiments. Speaking to reporters during his normal Monday press conference, Josh McDaniels gave his thoughts on the Titans and their style of play.

"I was proud of our team because we knew that was the kind of game it was going to be," McDaniels said. "You can put any tape you want to of Tennessee and there's going to be 10 penalties. You either coach it or you allow it to happen. That's how I look at that."

"Our guys did a great job of keeping their poise and composure and not getting drawn into a big unsportsmanlike game because I know that's what they were trying to entice us into doing."

The Titans were penalized 10 times for 111 yards. Last night after the game, QB Kyle Orton talked about the Titans' play as well.



"I think we were the tougher team today. You always hear about how tough they are and all that stuff. I don't think they're tough. I think they're cheap. If that's the type of player Cortland Finnegan wants to be, well, then, he's a cheap player, not a good player."

Finnegan had allegedly taken a swing at Broncos OL Chris Kuper while Kuper's helmet was off during a play.

For his part, Jeff Fisher denied any talk of the Titan's cheap play, pointing instead to the Broncos inability to protect Kyle Orton for much of the game.

"We play aggressive - we don't play cheap," Fisher said. "If there's things after the whistle or during the play, players are fined for them. But we're not a cheap football team. I don't know what he's referring to.

"We did have six sacks against the quarterback and numerous other times they did have some difficulty with protection and blocking our defensive line. Maybe he's referring to that."

Maybe, but the Titans lead the NFL in Personal Foul calls and fines this season. You do the math.

WABronco
10-04-2010, 06:30 PM
Stirrin' **** up!

Sassy
10-04-2010, 06:32 PM
My point was it sounds like McD stuck up for his QB...which he should do.

http://cdn0.sbnation.com/entry_photo_images/617664/gyi0061912504.jpg

baja
10-04-2010, 06:52 PM
Josh McDaniels, Jeff Fisher Trade Barbs Regarding Titans' 'Cheap' Play


Kyle Orton called the Tennessee Titans a 'dirty' team after the game. The day after, his Head Coach did little to dis-spell those sentiments. Speaking to reporters during his normal Monday press conference, Josh McDaniels gave his thoughts on the Titans and their style of play.

"I was proud of our team because we knew that was the kind of game it was going to be," McDaniels said. "You can put any tape you want to of Tennessee and there's going to be 10 penalties. You either coach it or you allow it to happen. That's how I look at that."

"Our guys did a great job of keeping their poise and composure and not getting drawn into a big unsportsmanlike game because I know that's what they were trying to entice us into doing."

The Titans were penalized 10 times for 111 yards. Last night after the game, QB Kyle Orton talked about the Titans' play as well.



"I think we were the tougher team today. You always hear about how tough they are and all that stuff. I don't think they're tough. I think they're cheap. If that's the type of player Cortland Finnegan wants to be, well, then, he's a cheap player, not a good player."

Finnegan had allegedly taken a swing at Broncos OL Chris Kuper while Kuper's helmet was off during a play.

For his part, Jeff Fisher denied any talk of the Titan's cheap play, pointing instead to the Broncos inability to protect Kyle Orton for much of the game.

"We play aggressive - we don't play cheap," Fisher said. "If there's things after the whistle or during the play, players are fined for them. But we're not a cheap football team. I don't know what he's referring to.

"We did have six sacks against the quarterback and numerous other times they did have some difficulty with protection and blocking our defensive line. Maybe he's referring to that."

Maybe, but the Titans lead the NFL in Personal Foul calls and fines this season. You do the math.

The more I get to know about Josh the more I love him. Fuqk the PC stuff call a spade a spade.