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Old 06-17-2014, 10:38 AM   #126
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The best part is, I guarantee it's not an act. He is legit that stupid.

Encompasses the fan base just perfectly.
Their fanbase experience has colored their view of sports for sure. And when you really hate someone or something then all you see is the negative.
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Old 06-17-2014, 10:42 AM   #127
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Their fanbase experience has colored their view of sports for sure. And when you really hate someone or something then all you see is the negative.
Yep. I mean I get hating other teams and players if they are just good, have your number, etc.

But with Chiefs fans it's to the point of a wounded animal just lashing out in anger.
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Old 06-17-2014, 11:26 AM   #128
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Ah yes. The Chiefs should be more like the Broncos. Getting blow out in big games and cheating to win the only thing they ever won.

Class of the NFL!
Have the Broncos ever lost a 20+ point lead in the third quarter in a play off game.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:33 PM   #129
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$29 million. Cheating organization. Everyone knows the Broncos cheated the salary cap the only time they won SB's.
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$29 million. Cheating organization. Everyone knows the Broncos cheated the salary cap the only time they won SB's.
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:35 PM   #131
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$29 million. Cheating organization. Everyone knows the Broncos cheated the salary cap the only time they won SB's.
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Old 06-17-2014, 03:55 PM   #132
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http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/...mas-worth.html

"Dwayne Boweís five-year, $56 million deal (including $26 million in guarantees) with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013 is the richest contract (by average yearly salary) for a wide receiver that re-signed with his own team.

Todd France represents both Thomas and Bowe. It will be a challenge for the Broncos to convince France that their deals should be comparable. The two-time Pro Bowler has 70 catches and 1,390 receiving yards more than Bowe over the last two years with three times as many touchdown receptions. Thomas catching passes from Peyton Manning, who is arguably coming off the best two-year stretch of his illustrious career, instead of Matt Cassel, Brady Quinn and Alex Smith canít be ignored, but isnít responsible for the large discrepancy in their production.

Denver is $4.3 million under the cap. It shouldnít be necessary to use much, if any, of their existing cap room with Thomas, whose $4.7 million 2014 cap number contains $1,756,250 of bonus proration, if the contract is structured like the teamís recent free agent deals. The guarantees in these signings are a combination of signing bonus and mostly conditional base salary guarantees in the early years of the deal. For example, Thomas could get an $11 million signing bonus in a multi-year extension by lowering his base salary to near his $730,000 league minimum and converting the difference into a signing bonus while keeping his 2014 cap number the same.

It seems inevitable that Thomas will become one of the NFLís highest paid wide receivers with his next contract."
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Old 06-17-2014, 04:42 PM   #133
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You know.... He is on the Bengals... I do see where you are coming from but being in the playoff consistently is a big deal for Cinn and he is the reason their Offense is competing.
outside of QB they were among the top 2-3 most complete teams in the NFL last year. I don't think he is the reason their o is competing. That O is fantastic.
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