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Old 03-19-2012, 04:59 PM   #1
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Old 03-19-2012, 05:02 PM   #2
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1) The Broncos immediately upgrade the quarterback position. Tim Tebow (or Adam Weber, for that matter) is to Peyton Manning as a jungle gym is to Gold's Gym--that is to say they aren't even close. The money guys agree. Before the Manning acquisition, the Broncos were 70-1 to win the Super Bowl. After they acquired Manning, the number went to 10-1.

2) Manning's arrival also upgrades the offensive line. The Broncos will likely sign Jeff Saturday, which will allow J.D. Walton to learn how to play center (he was one of the worst in the league last year accoring to Pro Football Focus), or serve as an insurance policy for Saturday, Chris Kuper, and Zane Beadles/Orlando Franklin (depending on if you think Franklin is an option at guard).

3) The return of audibles. Last year, the Broncos used no audibles after Tebow was inserted into the starting lineup. Elway said so himself. This year, they won't just be able to audible at the line of scrimmage, they'll have the entire playbook from which to work. Manning is an NFL encyclopedia on 3rd and long.

4) Speaking of 3rd down, the Broncos will no longer lead the league in the number of drives in which they go three and out. In fact, try and imagine what the no-huddle offense will do at altitude, Hoss. It blows your mind.

5) Free agents suddenly want to come to Denver. Part of the draw for free agents to Denver in 1996--1998 was the figure of John Elway. Here we go again.

6) The circus maximus known as Tebowmania leaves town. Personally, I can't thank the dear Lord enough. Gone are the billboards; gone are the Jesus jerseys; gone is the zombie-cult of maniacs that won't stop hunting you until they've devoured your very flesh.

7) The tight end becomes relevant in Denver again--not just one, but two. Julius Thomas will be more than hype next year. So might Knowshon Moreno catching passes out of the backfield.

8) Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil might be first and second in sacks next year. They'll likely be playing with a lead. That means Von and Elvis won't have to worry about defending the run. Jack Del Rio can let loose the hounds. As Shannon Sharpe said, "you can run, but you can't hide."

9) The Broncos won't be pressed into drafting a quarterback in the first round as was rumored. They can pick up someone in round three or four and let them learn from Manning (as much as is possible, and I'm looking at you here, Curtis Painter).

10) Philip Rivers, your reverse pyschology did not work. Now you pay, Daddio.

11) You no longer have to Tebow (the verb) just because you saw some random dudes on the internet doing it.


There's hard work. Then there's Peyton Manning. Somewhere in the middle, there's Tebow. You know it. I know it. And soon, everyone else will know it.

Oddly enough, the Broncos will have less sacks next year with Manning than they did with one of the most mobile quarterbacks in the league.

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Oddly enough, the Broncos will have less sacks next year with Manning than they did with one of the most mobile quarterbacks in the league.
It's not "odd" at all. Big Ben is consistently sacked at a high rate, as are many mobile quarterbacks. They take more chances back their instead of dirting the ball.
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posted this in another thread but probably more relevant here.

Fact: Since 2007 season, as an NFL quarterback, Peyton Manning has won one more playoff game than Tim Tebow.

Peyton Manning's playoff record since 2007
2007 0-1
2008 0-1
2009 2-1
2010 0-1
(overall that's a 2-4 record in that time span or 33% win percentage)

Tim Tebow's NFL playoff record:
2011 1-1 (50% win percentage)

Myth: By adding Manning, the Broncos should be favorites in the AFC to make it to the Super Bowl.

There's no question that Peyton Manning has better quarterback skills than Tim Tebow and just about anyone else in the history of the NFL and he'll be a great addition to the Broncos. However, check back in about a dozen years to see who has more Super Bowl rings, Peyton Manning or Tim Tebow. It will be interesting to see how this plays out. In the last 5 years, Peyton Manning lead teams have mostly fallen short of expectations in the playoffs. The small sample size with Tim Tebow lead playoff teams have shown that they've far exceeded expectations in spite of how "ugly" at times the quarterback play may have looked.
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1) The Broncos immediately upgrade the quarterback position. Tim Tebow (or Adam Weber, for that matter) is to Peyton Manning as a jungle gym is to Gold's Gym--that is to say they aren't even close. The money guys agree. Before the Manning acquisition, the Broncos were 70-1 to win the Super Bowl. After they acquired Manning, the number went to 10-1.

2) Manning's arrival also upgrades the offensive line. The Broncos will likely sign Jeff Saturday, which will allow J.D. Walton to learn how to play center (he was one of the worst in the league last year accoring to Pro Football Focus), or serve as an insurance policy for Saturday, Chris Kuper, and Zane Beadles/Orlando Franklin (depending on if you think Franklin is an option at guard).

3) The return of audibles. Last year, the Broncos used no audibles after Tebow was inserted into the starting lineup. Elway said so himself. This year, they won't just be able to audible at the line of scrimmage, they'll have the entire playbook from which to work. Manning is an NFL encyclopedia on 3rd and long.

4) Speaking of 3rd down, the Broncos will no longer lead the league in the number of drives in which they go three and out. In fact, try and imagine what the no-huddle offense will do at altitude, Hoss. It blows your mind.

5) Free agents suddenly want to come to Denver. Part of the draw for free agents to Denver in 1996--1998 was the figure of John Elway. Here we go again.

6) The circus maximus known as Tebowmania leaves town. Personally, I can't thank the dear Lord enough. Gone are the billboards; gone are the Jesus jerseys; gone is the zombie-cult of maniacs that won't stop hunting you until they've devoured your very flesh.

7) The tight end becomes relevant in Denver again--not just one, but two. Julius Thomas will be more than hype next year. So might Knowshon Moreno catching passes out of the backfield.

8) Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil might be first and second in sacks next year. They'll likely be playing with a lead. That means Von and Elvis won't have to worry about defending the run. Jack Del Rio can let loose the hounds. As Shannon Sharpe said, "you can run, but you can't hide."

9) The Broncos won't be pressed into drafting a quarterback in the first round as was rumored. They can pick up someone in round three or four and let them learn from Manning (as much as is possible, and I'm looking at you here, Curtis Painter).

10) Philip Rivers, your reverse pyschology did not work. Now you pay, Daddio.

11) You no longer have to Tebow (the verb) just because you saw some random dudes on the internet doing it.


There's hard work. Then there's Peyton Manning. Somewhere in the middle, there's Tebow. You know it. I know it. And soon, everyone else will know it.

Oddly enough, the Broncos will have less sacks next year with Manning than they did with one of the most mobile quarterbacks in the league.

http://www.itsalloverfatman.com/bron...peyton-manning
Feel like this was missed by many Teblowers throughout this debate. People seemed to simply forget the excruciating number of 3 and outs last year.
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Jake, no question, hands down, not even up for debate.
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posted this in another thread but probably more relevant here.

Fact: Since 2007 season, as an NFL quarterback, Peyton Manning has won one more playoff game than Tim Tebow.

Peyton Manning's playoff record since 2007
2007 0-1
2008 0-1
2009 2-1
2010 0-1
(overall that's a 2-4 record in that time span or 33% win percentage)

Tim Tebow's NFL playoff record:
2011 1-1 (50% win percentage)

Myth: By adding Manning, the Broncos should be favorites in the AFC to make it to the Super Bowl.

There's no question that Peyton Manning has better quarterback skills than Tim Tebow and just about anyone else in the history of the NFL and he'll be a great addition to the Broncos. However, check back in about a dozen years to see who has more Super Bowl rings, Peyton Manning or Tim Tebow. It will be interesting to see how this plays out. In the last 5 years, Peyton Manning lead teams have mostly fallen short of expectations in the playoffs. The small sample size with Tim Tebow lead playoff teams have shown that they've far exceeded expectations in spite of how "ugly" at times the quarterback play may have looked.
Manning has a 50% win record in the Superbowl too... What's Tebow's?
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Manning has a 50% win record in the Superbowl too... What's Tebow's?
Same # of wins as losses, sooooo 50%?


(yeah I know math doesn't work like that)
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Same # of wins as losses, sooooo 50%?


(yeah I know math doesn't work like that)
It's also nice and convenient that they chose to start from 2007, Since manning was 4-0 in the playoffs in 2006. Which makes him 6-4 over that span, which ruins the argument.

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Manning has a 50% win record in the Superbowl too... What's Tebow's?
Tebow has never lost a superbowl.

do you see what i did there?
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Feel like this was missed by many Teblowers throughout this debate. People seemed to simply forget the excruciating number of 3 and outs last year.
Which ironically was one of their biggest arguments for Tebow to be our starter.......that and their claim he would lead us to more scoring....
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Tebow has never lost a superbowl.

do you see what i did there?
Neither have I....maybe the Broncos should've signed me instead....
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Manning has a 50% win record in the Superbowl too... What's Tebow's?
great stat dummy.... remind of the great John Elways superbowl win %
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