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Old 11-18-2012, 09:26 PM   #1
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The Good;

1.Peyton is back and has control of this team, everyone is buying in

2. jack del Rio has this defense playing lights out

3. Special teams are #1or #2 in several categories.

4, We are winning games while not playing our best offensively

5. Von Miller is getting better by the week

6. All the young defensive players are playing at an unbelievable level.

7. We appear to be the most complete team in the AFC

8. Although we have had injuries we are in better shape than most teams

9. Except for Baltimore we don't have any bruising games left

10. We got great coaching top to bottom.

The Concerns;

1. Champ has not played like Champ for two games now.

2, Holliday is scary with the ball, he drops the ball a lot.

3. We need Kupe to get healthy and stay healthy

4. Fumbles

5. Both DT & Decker are dropping balls they should catch

6. Very thin at Running back

7. Manning getting hit too much the last two games we can't afford this.

8, Running game needs to become stronger now that it's getting cold and the playoffs are looming.

9. Hillman should be further along

10. Koppen needs to stay healthy, if he goes down we're screwed
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The Good;

1.Peyton is back and has control of this team, everyone is buying in

2. jack del Rio has this defense playing lights out

3. Special teams are #1or #2 in several categories.

4, We are winning games while not playing our best offensively

5. Von Miller is getting better by the week

6. All the young defensive players are playing at an unbelievable level.

7. We appear to be the most complete team in the AFC

8. Although we have had injuries we are in better shape than most teams

9. Except for Baltimore we don't have any bruising games left

10. We got great coaching top to bottom.

The Concerns;

1. Champ has not played like Champ for two games now.

2, Holliday is scary with the ball, he drops the ball a lot.

3. We need Kupe to get healthy and stay healthy

4. Fumbles

5. Both DT & Decker are dropping balls they should catch

6. Very thin at Running back

7. Manning getting hit too much the last two games we can't afford this.

8, Running game needs to become stronger now that it's getting cold and the playoffs are looming.

9. Hillman should be further along

10. Koppen needs to stay healthy, if he goes down we're screwed


I agree with everything you posted. I was thinking today if its nearing time to move Champ to S
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Old 11-18-2012, 09:34 PM   #3
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Holiday also does not field the punts. He should have fair caught that one that rolled for a 62 yard punt.

The offense is too predictable. IMO they should just come out in the first drive of the game and pass every time. Do the play action pass and loosen the defense up ON THE FIRST DRIVE.

Over all this team and the DEFENSE is much better than I thought. I think they are the most complete team in the league. Hopefully, they can kickstart the running game a little
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7 is in direct relation to 3.
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I think the offense really misses Kuper.
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Old 11-18-2012, 09:40 PM   #6
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This team could use some turkey sandwiches, Baja.
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Old 11-18-2012, 09:49 PM   #7
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This team could use some turkey sandwiches, Baja.

Maybe some madden drumsticks.
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Really? I think the reason you're seeing so many guys come out of the woodwork for us is precisely because we've got great coaching. That said, I'm thinking more D than O.
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Really? I think the reason you're seeing so many guys come out of the woodwork for us is precisely because we've got great coaching. That said, I'm thinking more D than O.
Fox is too conservative and its only a matter of time when it bites him in the ass.
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Fox is too conservative and its only a matter of time when it bites him in the ass.

5 straight games of 30+ points and a 57-43 pass/run ratio offensively kind of undercuts you there.


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5 straight games of 30+ points and a 57-43 pass/run ratio offensively kind of undercuts you there.


But how many 4th downs attempts did we try for?
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We get it, you hate fox now shut the **** up.
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Really? I think the reason you're seeing so many guys come out of the woodwork for us is precisely because we've got great coaching. That said, I'm thinking more D than O.
Vine thinks we need go for it every 4th down and that John Fox is dumb for not doing that.
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Really? I think the reason you're seeing so many guys come out of the woodwork for us is precisely because we've got great coaching. That said, I'm thinking more D than O.
You're right, these young guys on both sides of the ball are really balling right now, and the combo of their own talent and great coaching is the reason. Yet, some of the numbskulls on this board have it in their minds that Fox is this or he's that and therefore he sucks, or he's holding the team back or whatever.

A coach's main responsibility is to win games first, then develop talent, then do everything else. It's not to be aggressive nor conservative, nor any of that crap. Win games and develop talent, and everything else will take care of itself. Seems simple to me.
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9. Except for Baltimore we don't have any bruising games left
Tampa Bay will be a bruising game with Doug Martin running down field and Mark Barron delivering the thump.
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Old 11-18-2012, 10:10 PM   #18
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Tampa Bay will be a bruising game with Doug Martin running down field and Mark Barron delivering the thump.

They are tough no doubt but they don't beat you up they way the Ravens do.

Did you see their game tonight? Our O line better be full strength for that one.
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Tampa Bay will be a bruising game with Doug Martin running down field and Mark Barron delivering the thump.
The pass defense in Tampa no match for the Broncos. They are Raider bad in the secondary. Maybe 350 yrds and 4 tds for peyton in that game.
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Tampa Bay will be a bruising game with Doug Martin running down field and Mark Barron delivering the thump.
TB has two players that should be Broncos, Doug Martin and Lavonta Davis (or David). Both-should-be-Broncos!

But hey, we got Twilight, right?
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TB has two players that should be Broncos, Doug Martin and Lavonta Davis (or David). Both-should-be-Broncos!

But hey, we got Twilight, right?
Quick question where does WW play when we draft David and who replaces Wolfe when we drafted Martin?
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Quick question where does WW play when we draft David and who replaces Wolfe when we drafted Martin?
Point is no need for Twilight. The Bronco could have gotton one of these players and Wolfe. I know, hindsight is 20/20, right?

If Twilight pans out, fine. Otherwise he's a wasted pick IMHO.
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Point is no need for Twilight. The Bronco could have gotton one of these players and Wolfe. I know, hindsight is 20/20, right?

If Twilight pans out, fine. Otherwise he's a wasted pick IMHO.
You no have proof that Denver still ends up with Wolfe at all here.

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Old 11-19-2012, 01:39 PM   #24
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Point is no need for Twilight. The Bronco could have gotton one of these players and Wolfe. I know, hindsight is 20/20, right?

If Twilight pans out, fine. Otherwise he's a wasted pick IMHO.
Ya dont say, did you come up with that all by yourself?
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Quick question where does WW play when we draft David
Nowhere. WW sits the bench behind David at WLB, doesn't develop, and misses out on his All-Pro season.

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and who replaces Wolfe when we drafted Martin?
Unrein/Bannan. With no pass-rush on the inside, Von is tripled on every play, and the Broncos get hammered in the playoffs... again.
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