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Old 10-13-2011, 09:08 AM   #26
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There has NEVER been anything better than Tebow talking with Guile's theme in the background.

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I finally finished the whole show and this is without a doubt the best ending ever done.

Now we just need some Wham! on the next one and the heavens will open up.
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Old 10-13-2011, 09:09 AM   #27
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Great job everyone, including TheRev. As much as I've called you out for other things here I thought your take on what Tebow opens up for the O was particularly good.
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Old 10-13-2011, 11:11 AM   #30
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As for trading Lloyd, here are his stats split between Orton and Tebow games last year:

Tebow: Yards per game: 88, TDs per game: 0.7, Receptions per game: 4.7
Orton: Yards per game: 91, TDs per game: 0.7, Receptions per game: 4.8

I don't think it matters which QB gets him the ball, he is going to do what he does and in fact he may be able to make more big plays with the additional pressure on the box Tebow forces and the strength of the play fake that Tebow brings.
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Old 10-13-2011, 11:13 AM   #31
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I'm listening now and kicking myself for missing so many things.
  1. This week the Broncos during the BYE practices are doing "training camp-like" practices with brand new install for Tebow and getting the offense to prepare to play with him (the line will need to block longer, the receivers need to keep running their routes longer, etc) The length of plays is going to go up.
  2. I didn't get a chance to talk about Clady, who has been playing better.
  3. The San Diego corners. They have some young, talented corners who are going to be a thorn in our side.
  4. Definitely not enough WHAM! references.
Clady is getting back into the play we saw his rookie year, he is moving his opponent around in the run game and his quickness is really coming back.
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Clady is getting back into the play we saw his rookie year, he is moving his opponent around in the run game and his quickness is really coming back.
this doesnt surprise me much....just needed the big guy to get back to 100% again. however, some players arent the same after that injury, so it was nice to see him get that movement back
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As for trading Lloyd, here are his stats split between Orton and Tebow games last year:

Tebow: Yards per game: 88, TDs per game: 0.7, Receptions per game: 4.7
Orton: Yards per game: 91, TDs per game: 0.7, Receptions per game: 4.8

I don't think it matters which QB gets him the ball, he is going to do what he does and in fact he may be able to make more big plays with the additional pressure on the box Tebow forces and the strength of the play fake that Tebow brings.
good find....don't know why it seems like his play dips when Tebow is in, but it does appear that way to the naked eye.

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You are going to make me call long distance from Canada to get a podcast next week? This is outrageous!
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You clearly never tried to survive the hellish post-apocalyptic wasteland called Canadian winter, this will hardly be my first punishment although it may be the most severe.
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Carter was the only safety as floyd was running a seam corner, he also had to watch the tes. It was stupid to blitz raheem, but oh well.
 
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I finally finished the whole show and this is without a doubt the best ending ever done.

Now we just need some Wham! on the next one and the heavens will open up.
Nice job, man. I got a chance to catch most of it last night. Still prefer the original crew better, though. Montrose definitely adds and element of neutral, professionalism that I think keeps the whole thing more grounded and less like guys trying to out-do each other... which is where most podcasts go horribly wrong.

But, it stayed in mostly football X's and O's territory... and hence (at least for me) stayed interesting.

I love SoCal, but I think he does have a decidedly anti-Broncos FO stance... which is fine, but if there's no one to take an alternate view (and one does exist) ... that gets to be a little tiresome. That said, his pure football takes are great to listen to.

Oh, and the screen pass to Moreno was an audible at the line by Tebow. Well, I'm 98% sure I heard Tim say that in an interview.

The most disturbing thing about these podcasts is that I find myself agreeing with Taco on a regular basis.
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Nice job, man. I got a chance to catch most of it last night. Still prefer the original crew better, though. Montrose definitely adds and element of neutral, professionalism that I think keeps the whole thing more grounded and less like guys trying to out-do each other... which is where most podcasts go horribly wrong.

But, it stayed in mostly football X's and O's territory... and hence (at least for me) stayed interesting.

I love SoCal, but I think he does have a decidedly anti-Broncos FO stance... which is fine, but if there's no one to take an alternate view (and one does exist) ... that gets to be a little tiresome. That said, his pure football takes are great to listen to.

Oh, and the screening pass to Moreno was an audible at the line by Tebow. Well, I'm 98% sure I heard Tim say that in an interview.

The most disturbing thing about these podcasts is that I find myself agreeing with Taco on a regular basis.
I heard him say the td Run was his audible.
 
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I heard him say the td Run was his audible.
You know what, you may be right. I stand corrected. I just know it was one of the two big plays, and I think you're correct. So, scratch my prior comment.
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You're clearly even more of a douche than a lot of people think. Against my better judgment I give you a complement and your response couldn't be pettier (the antithesis of being the better man). Some community addition you are.

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You know what, you may be right. I stand corrected. I just know it was one of the two big plays, and I think you're correct. So, scratch my prior comment.
I looked at the play close to look for an audible but there's nothing really definitive so I wanted to give credit to McCoy for a perfect play call on the good chance it WAS his play call.
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Nice job, man. I got a chance to catch most of it last night. Still prefer the original crew better, though. Montrose definitely adds and element of neutral, professionalism that I think keeps the whole thing more grounded and less like guys trying to out-do each other... which is where most podcasts go horribly wrong.
Well the original crew was all there with exception of Montrose, so I'm going to guess you are hoping Montrose gets his own show?
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But, it stayed in mostly football X's and O's territory... and hence (at least for me) stayed interesting.

I love SoCal, but I think he does have a decidedly anti-Broncos FO stance... which is fine, but if there's no one to take an alternate view (and one does exist) ... that gets to be a little tiresome. That said, his pure football takes are great to listen to.
SoCal's thing is going to be the sarcastic, slightly grumpy guy on the show. And that's fine. I think its hilarious and it works (see used pair of shoes). I don't find the staff and front office as inept as the other two, but when it comes to many of those choices, you'll find Montrose agrees with the other two guys more than myself.


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You're worthless to me. No big deal, but if you're this sensitive, go cry about it elsewhere please.
You're the most sensitive poster on this board.

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Great show as usual. Got to listen to it over the last hour of my work day. SoCal had me literally .

Keep up the great work!
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Listening at the gym, I had to stop running during the Kuper talk because I was laughing so hard I thought I'd trip and fall. By the time of SoCal's Joe Mays comment I literally thought I was going to pee my pants.
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Listening at the gym, I had to stop running during the Kuper talk because I was laughing so hard I thought I'd trip and fall. By the time of SoCal's Joe Mays comment I literally thought I was going to pee my pants.
SoCal was hilarious.
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I'm hoping Taco ends the podcast each week with some player quote clip (like the Tebow one) to the Guile theme background or a Wham song background. We can alternate between them.
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