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Old 06-07-2013, 08:24 AM   #1
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Just another right-winged article from Foxnews about the Broncos' offense and how it will dismantel the weaker liberal defenses in New England (the liberal haven of Boston). Oh yeah Obama hates the Broncos!!

Denver Broncos are latest team to turbocharge their offense

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – At times, Peyton Manning looks like he's being fast-forwarded.

No taking most of the play clock to deke defenders into tipping their hand, no surveying the entire field to decipher opponents' intentions.

Just get to the line, take the snap and get rid of the ball in a hurry.

Then, hustle up to the line and do it all again. And again. And again.

The Denver Broncos didn't just steal away Tom Brady's favorite receiver in Wes Welker in free agency, they also adopted the New England Patriots' feverish philosophy in turbocharging their already efficient offense this offseason.

When Adam Gase was promoted from Manning's position coach to offensive coordinator over the winter, he excitedly talked about picking up the pace, and the Broncos have done just that, adding an up-tempo facet to Manning's repertoire.

The Broncos might just be the best team playing fastbreak football this fall, too, what with Manning pushing the pedal and Welker on the other end.

"Communication. It speeds up everything," cornerback Champ Bailey said. "I think it is good for us to start now because we saw a little bit of that last year and it hurt us. ... When it starts going slow, it will be easy for us. The communication part is the most important thing because you can't really talk a lot. You have to use a lot of sign language and things like that. It really prepares us for what is to come."

Plenty more to read here: http://www.foxnews.com/sports/2013/0...#ixzz2VXoDaXfO

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You get that offense running at that pace up a mile high and defenses will be huffing and puffing
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Old 06-07-2013, 08:30 AM   #4
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I think Denver will be scoring more into the 20's by halftime then they did last year. Denver scored an average of 30 points a game last year but they seemed to do it the hard way. I look for a lot of games to be over by the second possession of the 3rd quarter.
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Mannings might have 10,000 completions this season....
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Mannings might have 10,000 completions this season....
Do you realize... THAT'S OVER 9,000!!!
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The greatest thing about this season will be knowing how hard Tommy Boy's gonna cry alone in the dark if Peyton takes away his favorite toy and proceeds to win a World Championship with it.
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Just another right-winged article from Foxnews about the Broncos' offense and how it will dismantel the weaker liberal defenses in New England (the liberal haven of Boston). Oh yeah Obama hates the Broncos!!
...so Denver is a hub of conservatism now?
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Do you realize... THAT'S OVER 9,000!!!
whoaaaaaaa....... mind blown
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Old 06-07-2013, 01:23 PM   #10
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Perhaps 10,000 yards?
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Old 06-07-2013, 01:30 PM   #11
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The greatest thing about this season will be knowing how hard Tommy Boy's gonna cry alone in the dark if Peyton takes away his favorite toy and proceeds to win a World Championship with it.

What's funny is didn't Brady sign a home town contract so they could afford to keep Welker only to have bellycheck let him walk to Denver & Manning of all places.
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What's funny is didn't Brady sign a home town contract so they could afford to keep Welker only to have bellycheck let him walk to Denver & Manning of all places.
What if Belichick sent Welker over to Denver to finish what McD started? Remember it was Welker who called the Broncos, not the other way around.

McD.... Tebow... Welker... It was all part of Belichick's master plan to destroy the Broncos (for reasons unknown).
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What if Belichick sent Welker over to Denver to finish what McD started? Remember it was Welker who called the Broncos, not the other way around.

McD.... Tebow... Welker... It was all part of Belichick's master plan to destroy the Broncos (for reasons unknown).
I'm not one for conspiracy theories.
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...so Denver is a hub of conservatism now?
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Eh, I made the post for the same reason as that in the other thread. It's a football article and OP feels the need to turn it into a political sniping opportunity because of the medium. It's the exact same situation... but this time the snipe didn't even make sense.
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