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Old 10-29-2006, 10:32 PM   #1
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When you get right down to it, he's the reason we lost today... Not our offense. Not our defense. Not our adjustments. Not our non-adjustments. Not a fumble, not a blown pass coverage.

It was Peyton Manning, who kept answering the challenge play after play. They've got a great offense and will definitely be a team contending late this year. My hat goes off to them, and to Peyton Manning, the closest thing to John Elway in the game today.
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challenge?

Since when was playing toss with Wayne a challenge? Don't distract this...we lost because Coyer and the Defense didn't adjust and they were owned (especially the d-line and DW to a lesser extent IMO).
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Since when was playing toss with Wayne a challenge? Don't distract this...we lost because Coyer and the Defense didn't adjust and they were owned (especially the d-line and DW to a lesser extent IMO)...
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Since when was playing toss with Wayne a challenge? Don't distract this...we lost because Coyer and the Defense didn't adjust and they were owned (especially the d-line and DW to a lesser extent IMO).
This is right on the money...

We lost, yes because Peyton is the best in the business. But how did he beat us?

He found the weakest link in our defense, and teamed with an abover average WR, he exploited the crap out of it.

When that started happening it is our D's responsibility to make adjustemnts, give Darrent some help, and stop the bleeding.

It was obvious he wasn't up to the task, why we left him all by himself for teh entire second half is beyond me. We should have done something to stop that.
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This is right on the money...

We lost, yes because Peyton is the best in the business. But how did he beat us?

He found the weakest link in our defense, and teamed with an abover average WR, he exploited the crap out of it.

When that started happening it is our D's responsibility to make adjustemnts, give Darrent some help, and stop the bleeding.

It was obvious he wasn't up to the task, why we left him all by himself for teh entire second half is beyond me. We should have done something to stop that.

this might sound strange but I blame this lose on Al Wilson ! he never seems to be in the right place in Passing situations. why is that ?
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Old 10-30-2006, 02:04 AM   #6
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this might sound strange but I blame this lose on Al Wilson ! he never seems to be in the right place in Passing situations. why is that ?
It's not Al Wilson's responsibility to help a corner that is being burned, it's one of the saftey's job. They can't do it, unless the coach calls the play though.
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This is right on the money...

We lost, yes because Peyton is the best in the business. But how did he beat us?

He found the weakest link in our defense, and teamed with an abover average WR, he exploited the crap out of it.

When that started happening it is our D's responsibility to make adjustemnts, give Darrent some help, and stop the bleeding.

It was obvious he wasn't up to the task, why we left him all by himself for teh entire second half is beyond me. We should have done something to stop that.
During Denver's tieing field goal drive, maybe Denver can run the clock all the way down to tie or take the lead with a TD, and I see a sideline shot of Manning, and he's sitting on the bench, flipping through the Polaroids, flipping through the Polaroids. Never looks up. Total concentration. Very impressive. This guy has to be knocked silly to avoid a 300 yd game and at least one TD pass.
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During Denver's tieing field goal drive, maybe Denver can run the clock all the way down to tie or take the lead with a TD, and I see a sideline shot of Manning, and he's sitting on the bench, flipping through the Polaroids, flipping through the Polaroids. Never looks up. Total concentration. Very impressive. This guy has to be knocked silly to avoid a 300 yd game and at least one TD pass.
No kidding...

Try explaining that to the hoards of idiots in this thread though...

'Aint gonna happen.
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Since when was playing toss with Wayne a challenge? Don't distract this...we lost because Coyer and the Defense didn't adjust and they were owned (especially the d-line and DW to a lesser extent IMO).
dont be a poor loser. He manages his team, histiming is superb and sees everything. I dont know if Manning plays chess but he comes to play with that mentality. He is awesome. Any other disagree?
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dont be a poor loser. He manages his team, histiming is superb and sees everything. I dont know if Manning plays chess but he comes to play with that mentality. He is awesome. Any other disagree?
Woohoo! Glad this doesn't come back and kick me in the ass like some of these posts.
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Old 10-29-2006, 10:35 PM   #11
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Yeah watching all the highlights he managed the game and put his offense where they needed to be in order to make plays. Unfortunately he found a hole in Darrent and noone on Denver compensated for that. The guy was amazing today and we still almost one. You never accept a loss but damn our team played well itself today.
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It's easy to answer tha challenge when being covered by Darrent all day. Nice game plan....it seems I've seen this before.
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You give anyone that amount of time along with the cushion to throw and they can pick apart the defense. Sage Rosenfels could have done a decent job. Our defense played scared all day and it was sickening...
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You give anyone that amount of time along with the cushion to throw and they can pick apart the defense. Sage Rosenfels could have done a decent job. Our defense played scared all day and it was sickening...
That is also my thoughts right now. Maybe I'll relax a little bit as I read on and see what others have to say. Right now the drumbeat on my mind is - "32 for 39, 32 for 39. 28 points in the 2nd half. 28 points in the 2nd half. Scored on every drive in the second half. Scored on every drive in the 2nd half."
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That is also my thoughts right now. Maybe I'll relax a little bit as I read on and see what others have to say. Right now the drumbeat on my mind is - "32 for 39, 32 for 39. 28 points in the 2nd half. 28 points in the 2nd half. Scored on every drive in the second half. Scored on every drive in the 2nd half."
Duuuuuude! Chill out. We lost! Maybe you didn't get the memo.

See, had we won... this would be a day of great sorrow around here. But, we failed a test we've been preparing for (for three years) miserably.


Don't bog yourself down with those details from the game. We lost, and that's what's important... so keep your head up.

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Duuuuuude! Chill out. We lost! Maybe you didn't get the memo.

See, had we won... this would be a day of great sorrow around here. But, we failed a test we've been preparing for (for three years) miserably.


Don't bog yourself down with those details from the game. We lost, and that's what's important... so keep your head up.

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I didnt realize playing the Colts in the regular season constituted as our Super Bowl. Your starting to sound like a Chef fan now.
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Duuuuuude! Chill out. We lost! Maybe you didn't get the memo.

See, had we won... this would be a day of great sorrow around here. But, we failed a test we've been preparing for (for three years) miserably.


Don't bog yourself down with those details from the game. We lost, and that's what's important... so keep your head up.

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When you get right down to it, he's the reason we lost today... Not our offense. Not our defense. Not our adjustments. Not our non-adjustments. Not a fumble, not a blown pass coverage.

It was Peyton Manning, who kept answering the challenge play after play. They've got a great offense and will definitely be a team contending late this year. My hat goes off to them, and to Peyton Manning, the closest thing to John Elway in the game today.
The Marino comparisons, both style wise and achievement wise are more apt.
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The Marino comparisons, both style wise and achievement wise are more apt.
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You're probably right, stylewise. But I'm talking field presence, which I think Elway had over Marino in spades. I think Peyton beats everyone in the league there, and most players throughout history.

We're watching a hall of famer in action here. I don't think enough people keep that in perspective when they watch the guy play ball.
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You're probably right, stylewise. But I'm talking field presence, which I think Elway had over Marino in spades. I think Peyton beats everyone in the league there, and most players throughout history.

We're watching a hall of famer in action here. I don't think enough people keep that in perspective when they watch the guy play ball.
I think he is the best quarterback in the league without a doubt. Better than Marsha in fact. But he will never win a super bowl as long as him, Wayne, and Harrison are taking up all that cap space. No way a rushing defense that bad will have a prayer at winning the bowl.
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We're watching a hall of famer in action here. I don't think enough people keep that in perspective when they watch the guy play ball.
Absolutely, right on.

I know he's had some mediocre playoff games but this guy is unreal. I know he was not pressured at all, but to negotiate a team in that crowd noise is unreal.
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Old 10-29-2006, 11:19 PM   #24
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We're watching a hall of famer in action here. I don't think enough people keep that in perspective when they watch the guy play ball.
Good point, we're all quick to try and find the Bronco's weak link, but that was a hell of a game by a QB we'll be telling our kids about.
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You're probably right, stylewise. But I'm talking field presence, which I think Elway had over Marino in spades. I think Peyton beats everyone in the league there, and most players throughout history.

We're watching a hall of famer in action here. I don't think enough people keep that in perspective when they watch the guy play ball.

Hall of famer or not the Defensive game plan on him as Tom Jackson said was "Vanilla"..The just stayed in one spot and didn't try to disguise anything(what happend to all the movement we used to have), that also had to be the worst Blitz D (When they actually tried to blitz) that I have ever seen.. You can't start to Blitz 5 yards off the ball (when you do deside to come) and expect to get to Manning, he is way to good. Add that to the fact that our Defense looked confused at times (Especially DWill and Lynch) and our run defense was absolutly horribe as was our tackling and you just have one horrible defensive effort.

I will not try to sit here and say Manning is not good.. To be honest with you I think when its all said in done in terms of what he can do I think he will be 1 or 2 alltime at the QB posistion, he is just that damn good. Not many QB's can call a game and beat a team, not many at all. But I think our Defense could have done a hell of alot better but they were too scared that they would get burned... Sad thing is instead of getting burned they got dissected..
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