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Old 08-13-2013, 08:57 PM   #26
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nice going broncos fans...it's your fault the broncos lost again in the playoffs.
That was one of the coldest games on record. It was loud enough. I was right behind the Ravens bench in the 4th quarter/OT. He willed that team to win. Our guys were so tired they couldn't even get off the fuggen ground between plays towards the end. That loss had more to do with the desire of the guys on the field. Period. They/Ray wanted it more.

CBF1 were you there in the ZERO degree weather with us? I know how you love the cold!

As far as the article goes. We will find out in Dec and hopefully January how bad we want it.

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Old 08-13-2013, 09:13 PM   #27
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Only things I need answered in 13

1. Can D get off the field or will we give up too many long drives.

2. Can D rush the QB well enough

3. Prove we can beat these teams @NYG @NE @Hou

4. Show up in playoffs and handle under 40 degree weather
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Old 08-13-2013, 10:09 PM   #28
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That was one of the coldest games on record. It was loud enough. I was right behind the Ravens bench in the 4th quarter/OT. He willed that team to win. Our guys were so tired they couldn't even get off the fuggen ground between plays towards the end. That loss had more to do with the desire of the guys on the field. Period. They/Ray wanted it more.

CBF1 were you there in the ZERO degree weather with us? I know how you love the cold!

As far as the article goes. We will find out in Dec and hopefully January how bad we want it.
if that's the case I'm even more disappointed.
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Old 08-16-2013, 09:39 AM   #29
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Great article. Here, Legwold pretty much sums up the season:

The Broncos have an awful lot riding on how Gibbs and offensive line coach Dave Magazu get things worked out on the offensive line. If the Broncos can add some pop out of the play-action run game and consistently protect Manning out of a three-wide receiver set, the points should follow.

We have got to be able to run the ball. If we can't, we're toast. Maybe the D will be good enough to make up for the weak Oline? Del Rio says his focus is TOs. That's how they played that first preseason game. Last time Clady came back from an injury it took him weeks to get back up to speed. Even if he comes in for the opener (against the Ratbirds, no less) we can't expect him to be anywhere near 100%. Then, we have the Giants. That's a tough two games with a suspect Oline.
Our offense would be more than lethal if we can get defenses to respect our running game. As for Clady, I'm just hoping both he and Frankilin don't let Dumervil have a monster game when we play.
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