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Old 02-14-2018, 06:00 AM   #51
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FG to Broncos
TD and FG to the Titans
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Blanked the Giants

3+6+3+3=15

unless you blame the Ravens defense for giving up a kickoff return for a TD in the SB.
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Old 02-15-2018, 05:44 AM   #52
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I just watched a replay of the 50 SB.
PFM totally sucked.
HAHAHAHAHAHAAH.


I always tell people the mane has a revisionist history problem. good for you for admitting it. If only others would
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They won in spite of him. He didn't add anything positive to that game.
BUT AUDIBULLLZZZZ
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In fairness to Peyton...

he was definitely the best QB on the field that day.
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Old 02-15-2018, 06:16 AM   #55
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In fairness to Peyton...

he was definitely the best QB on the field that day.
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Old 02-15-2018, 07:36 AM   #56
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In fairness to Peyton...

he was definitely the best QB on the field that day.
This is true. While Manning was terrible, he wasn't as terrible as Newton...who was facing a historically great defense.

Imagine what that Broncos defense would do to that Manning led offense.
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Von Miller had a game of the ages. There's a reason so few defenders are SB MVP's. I am having trouble thinking of defensive MVP performances I've seen that were more impressive or had more direct impact on their team being the victor in a Super Bowl.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAAH.


I always tell people the mane has a revisionist history problem. good for you for admitting it. If only others would
I don't think anyone claimed Peyton played well that game. At all. The revisionist history was that he was absolutely horrible in the two before (and he wasn't). The super bowl he was bad. And I still think Brock doesn't get us there.
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Old 02-16-2018, 05:16 AM   #59
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The Offensive Superstars over shadowed the D.
You can see why ... we started 4 Hall-of-Famers on offense, plus Nalen, Griffiths and Rod playing at an HOF level.

. . . . *** CORRECTION: Zimmerman gone in '98, though by all accts Tony Jones was a monster at LT ***


Defense finished just an "above average" 8th and 11th in points and yards surrendered in '98.

Didn't sound right, so I checked: Broncos gave up 32 points in that 1998 3-game playoff run, but in fact defense did allow just 18 (Rouen muffed punt put Jets on our 1-yd line; Tim Dwight KORTD)

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You can see why ... we started 4 Hall-of-Famers on offense, plus Nalen, Griffiths and Rod playing at an HOF level.

. . . . *** CORRECTION: Zimmerman gone in '98, though by all accts Tony Jones was a monster at LT ***


Defense finished just an "above average" 8th and 11th in points and yards surrendered in '98.

Didn't sound right, so I checked: Broncos gave up 32 points in that 1998 3-game playoff run, but in fact defense did allow just 18 (Rouen muffed punt put Jets on our 1-yd line; Tim Dwight KORTD)
We should pump the brakes on the HOF Level Rod in 1998. He didn't even make the pro-bowl and had 86 for 1200 and 6 TD's.
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We should pump the brakes on the HOF Level Rod in 1998. He didn't even make the pro-bowl and had 86 for 1200 and 6 TD's.
Michael Irvin and Rod Smith both played the exact same number of years. Of course, Rod Smith was an undrafted free agent while Michael Irvin was the 11th overall selection in the first round.

Michael Irvin stats
Receptions: 750
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Michael Irvin is in the HOF. Rod Smith is not even getting consideration.

Just saying.
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I don't think anyone claimed Peyton played well that game. At all. The revisionist history was that he was absolutely horrible in the two before (and he wasn't). The super bowl he was bad. And I still think Brock doesn't get us there.
Exactly, whoever said PFM played well that game?

Why are people so eager to hate Peyton? The guy is a first ballot HOF and gave the Broncos 2 incredible years. His leadership was tremendous during the SB run. If I remember, Elway wasn't exactly lighting it up in the SB either. If it wasn't for the Oline, TD and Atwater, we would of been blown out of the water.
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Michael Irvin and Rod Smith both played the exact same number of years. Of course, Rod Smith was an undrafted free agent while Michael Irvin was the 11th overall selection in the first round.

Michael Irvin stats
Receptions: 750
Yards: 11,904
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Rod Smith stats
Receptions: 849
Yards: 11,389
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Michael Irvin is in the HOF. Rod Smith is not even getting consideration.

Just saying.
Dude, I didn't say he didn't have a HOF worthy career, I said he didn't play at a HOF level in 1998.
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Michael Irvin and Rod Smith both played the exact same number of years. Of course, Rod Smith was an undrafted free agent while Michael Irvin was the 11th overall selection in the first round.

Michael Irvin stats
Receptions: 750
Yards: 11,904
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Rod Smith stats
Receptions: 849
Yards: 11,389
TDs: 68

Michael Irvin is in the HOF. Rod Smith is not even getting consideration.

Just saying.
the HOF is a joke. 8 SB appearances, 3 SB wins and only 5 HOF. The fact that Dawkins made it in and Atwater is still waiting. ****ing bull****.

Heard on Orange and Blue 760 that the voters promised to vote Atwater in. For some reason, they back out year after year. Bull****
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Dude, I didn't say he didn't have a HOF worthy career, I said he didn't play at a HOF level in 1998.
I know, just reaffirming what you said. You know, there are some decaffeinated brands that are just as rich and tasty as the real thing.
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I don't think anyone claimed Peyton played well that game. At all. The revisionist history was that he was absolutely horrible in the two before (and he wasn't). The super bowl he was bad. And I still think Brock doesn't get us there.
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2015 Broncos defense was dominant and straight play makers.

Not sure I've seen a defense always come up when a play needed to be made.

It was insane.

. . . . . "Who is this?"

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For all the Chicken Littles on this board ... crying how we better draft high and/or overspend on quarterbacks (including me), or bemoaning John's lack of success on Draft Days, might I take this moment to remind us all just how lightning quick this team changed from an

ALL-TIME HISTORICALLY GREAT SUPER BOWL OFFENSE in 2013
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. . . . . "Who is this?"

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For all the Chicken Littles on this board ... crying how we better draft high and/or overspend on quarterbacks (including me), or bemoaning John's lack of success on Draft Days, might I take this moment to remind us all just how lightning quick this team changed from an

ALL-TIME HISTORICALLY GREAT SUPER BOWL OFFENSE in 2013
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ALL-TIME HISTORICALLY GREAT SUPER BOWL DEFENSE in 2015


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Michael Irvin and Rod Smith both played the exact same number of years. Of course, Rod Smith was an undrafted free agent while Michael Irvin was the 11th overall selection in the first round.

Michael Irvin stats
Receptions: 750
Yards: 11,904
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Rod Smith stats
Receptions: 849
Yards: 11,389
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Michael Irvin is in the HOF. Rod Smith is not even getting consideration.

Just saying.
You are forgetting that loud mouth Mike played for Dallas
End of HOF debate.
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Exactly, whoever said PFM played well that game?

Why are people so eager to hate Peyton? The guy is a first ballot HOF and gave the Broncos 2 incredible years. His leadership was tremendous during the SB run. If I remember, Elway wasn't exactly lighting it up in the SB either. If it wasn't for the Oline, TD and Atwater, we would of been blown out of the water.
I am not hatin on PFM, love the dude, He was JFE hand picked savior to take us away from the TEBOW worm hole.
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Grazie mille, Chef.....


If we look closely at the last dozen WRs who've been enshrined in the Hall, I think you'll agree that all this is not a case of "Rod should get in because Irvin got in!" but rather it's a case of "Irvin did not deserve to get in."
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I don't think anyone claimed Peyton played well that game. At all. The revisionist history was that he was absolutely horrible in the two before (and he wasn't). The super bowl he was bad. And I still think Brock doesn't get us there.
Manning played well in the game against the Steelers. In the first half they had like five dropped passes that really hurt. But in the AFCCG against the Patriots, Manning was pretty bad. He didn't have a positive impact on that game.
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Manning played well in the game against the Steelers. In the first half they had like five dropped passes that really hurt. But in the AFCCG against the Patriots, Manning was pretty bad. He didn't have a positive impact on that game.
17/32 176 TD- 2 Int- 0

Not great. Hardly "pretty bad"
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Manning played well in the game against the Steelers. In the first half they had like five dropped passes that really hurt. But in the AFCCG against the Patriots, Manning was pretty bad. He didn't have a positive impact on that game.
So Manning's two TDs early to the TE had no or negative impact on the game.
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