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Old 12-01-2012, 04:07 AM   #208
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Originally Posted by TomServo View Post
OK he "stepped up his game" for KM that means he didnt fumble(thats important) and he rushed for a whopping-very average 85 yards. the fact that we have to celebrate that isnt a good thing. his career is on the the line and he Still hasnt broken a long run in four years. and you can see that he's just bursting at the seams to celebrate every first down like his touchdowns in That &^$%* historic loss to the raiders.
And Thats where i really started to Dislike that little idiot. the raider game, the freaking raiders are putting a historic loss on us At Home. and that little a-hole is dancing in the endzone. Worst bronco loss in history At Home at the idiot dances in the endzone.
What would you rather he do, cry? I would prefer our players celebrate every one of our positive plays rather than sulk and b**** and moan. You started to dislike him because he was excited he made a play for a team that had every other player give up on the season? You started disliking him when he was the only Bronco taking pride in success? I have to ask, are you even a Bronco fan?

How is that even a reason t dislike a player? How is that a reason to call him an idiot, or an a hole. For celebrating a Bronco TD, when every other player has accepted defeat. How is celebrating a good play a reason to dislike a player? That is the most retarded thing I have ever read on the mane.. Again, I question your fandom.

And FYI, a "very average" 85 yards is above average. Also, you must add the 26 receiving yards. You wouldn't take a back that ran for 85 each game? That would be over 1300 a year, pretty above average, and then the 26 extrapolates to over 400.

One more thing, have you ever played football? Probably not competitively, but have you actually ever thrown a football around with friends? Your post tells me no. When you have success on any given play, you're gonna want to celebrate..that's not a bad thing.
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