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Old 03-02-2014, 02:05 PM   #1
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Default Just watched the AFC Championship again

Bored on this Sunday afternoon. What a great game and great season. Our performance in the Super Bowl was beyond disappointing, especially when you realize it is the worst game we have played since Manning has been here by far. But it doesn't overshadow what a memorable season we had. Just a bad ending.
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Old 03-02-2014, 02:08 PM   #2
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Games i like watching, Broncos Vs Gaints, Broncos Vs Cowboys and Broncos Vs Pats 2013
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Old 03-02-2014, 02:18 PM   #4
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I've got the Cowboys, Ravens, @KC, Houston, Oakland, and Charger playoff games on my DVR. Good stuff
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I got all games including the Super Bowl maybe I'll upload some up in the summertime for everybody
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Old 03-02-2014, 03:09 PM   #6
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All it took to beat the Patriots was home field and the subtractions of Gronk, Hernandez, Welker, Wilfork, Spikes, and Talib. It was a great barometer.
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Old 03-02-2014, 03:25 PM   #7
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All it took to beat the Patriots was home field and the subtractions of Gronk, Hernandez, Welker, Wilfork, Spikes, and Talib. It was a great barometer.
Wow this is completely idiotic

A: They knew before the season started that Welker and Hernandez would not be available, its not like they had to adjust their gameplan all of a sudden for the loss of them

B: We were missing like 7 starters ourselves, so spare us with the "they were banged up" act. Our injury situation was worse than theirs
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Old 03-02-2014, 03:29 PM   #8
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Wow this is completely idiotic

A: They knew before the season started that Welker and Hernandez would not be available, its not like they had to adjust their gameplan all of a sudden for the loss of them

B: We were missing like 7 starters ourselves, so spare us with the "they were banged up" act. Our injury situation was worse than theirs
Lol. You hang onto that win. It really mattered in the end.
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Old 03-02-2014, 03:42 PM   #9
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Lol. You hang onto that win. It really mattered in the end.
And you stay butthurt
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Old 03-02-2014, 03:42 PM   #10
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Wow this is completely idiotic

A: They knew before the season started that Welker and Hernandez would not be available, its not like they had to adjust their gameplan all of a sudden for the loss of them

B: We were missing like 7 starters ourselves, so spare us with the "they were banged up" act. Our injury situation was worse than theirs
Yep. We were just as decimated as they were. You are dead on
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It's amazing how much changes after one game. Before the Super Bowl, the Broncos had passed their two toughest tests of the season against the Chargers and Patriots. The Seachickens would be pushovers. All they had on offense was Lynch. Lynch vs. Moreno was a push. Denver would win by double digits. Seattle was the Kansas City of the NFC. They didn't deserve to be there. The 49ers would have been a more worthy opponent. Denver had been playing more complete football in the playoffs, Seattle had not. Wait until they get away from their homefield. Etc, etc.
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It's amazing how much changes after one game. Before the Super Bowl, the Broncos had passed their two toughest tests of the season against the Chargers and Patriots. The Seachickens would be pushovers. All they had on offense was Lynch. Lynch vs. Moreno was a push. Denver would win by double digits. Seattle was the Kansas City of the NFC. They didn't deserve to be there. The 49ers would have been a more worthy opponent. Denver had been playing more complete football in the playoffs, Seattle had not. Wait until they get away from their homefield. Etc, etc.
yah, that's what happens when you have your guts ripped out by a team that was supposedly good enough to win a SB.
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it's no point in watching those games..the season is total failure..both the seasons ended with heartbreaking loses.
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It's amazing how much changes after one game. Before the Super Bowl, the Broncos had passed their two toughest tests of the season against the Chargers and Patriots. The Seachickens would be pushovers. All they had on offense was Lynch. Lynch vs. Moreno was a push. Denver would win by double digits. Seattle was the Kansas City of the NFC. They didn't deserve to be there. The 49ers would have been a more worthy opponent. Denver had been playing more complete football in the playoffs, Seattle had not. Wait until they get away from their homefield. Etc, etc.
well...we were not motivated to play the game and it starts with coaching staff.
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I'm sure watching the 89 AFCCG 16 point win would make you happy too.
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yah, that's what happens when you have your guts ripped out by a team that was supposedly good enough to win a SB.
But I'm mainly talking about the amount of respect given to Seattle.
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And you stay butthurt
My butthurt is a point of pride. Celebrate your moral victory with the rest of the losers.
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Old 03-02-2014, 04:32 PM   #18
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yah, that's what happens when you have your guts ripped out by a team that was supposedly good enough to win a SB.
We were. It was a bad game, end of story. Sucks it was the Super Bowl but it was not representative of what kind of team we are. When the score was 29-0 Seattle's offense was responsible for 6 points. That is proof we handed it to them. I refuse to believe if we played them 10 times on a neutral field we wouldn't win 5. Nobody can convince me otherwise.
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this post, not too shabby.
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We were. It was a bad game, end of story. Sucks it was the Super Bowl but it was not representative of what kind of team we are. When the score was 29-0 Seattle's offense was responsible for 6 points. That is proof we handed it to them. I refuse to believe if we played them 10 times on a neutral field we wouldn't win 5. Nobody can convince me otherwise.
I've got a bridge you might be interested in purchasing.
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Lol. You hang onto that win. It really mattered in the end.
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As always, you're an absolute treat.
We can't all be bragging about making 35 dollars an hour. Lol.
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My butthurt is a point of pride. Celebrate your moral victory with the rest of the losers.
Your butthurt is a consequence of you being a whiny b****

Ultimately a dissapointing ending, but exciting moments along the way

Too bad you couldn't get Tebow's ballsack out of your face long enough to see that
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Your butthurt is a consequence of you being a whiny b****

Ultimately a dissapointing ending, but exciting moments along the way

Too bad you couldn't get Tebow's ballsack out of your face long enough to see that
Not at all shabby.
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Old 03-02-2014, 04:59 PM   #25
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While I certainly don't ascribe to the John Fox "NTS" theory of 2nd place awesomeness. Anybody who, after the pain wears off, cannot derive a modicum of pleasure from taking the AFC Championship from Tommy Tantrum and Jackass Belichick is a cold hearted bastard indeed.
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