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Old 10-04-2009, 04:48 PM   #1
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Save your idiocy, those who want to call him an idiot, flava clown, etc. Just save it. I get it, you tools hate everybody who doesn't shuck and jive the way you want them to.

But #15 is back, and the world needs to take notice.
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Old 10-04-2009, 07:04 PM   #2
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At least I was right about this team needing Marshall to help win games.

Anyone who thought he was trying to drop passes and dog it once the RS started has an agenda.
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Save your idiocy, those who want to call him an idiot, flava clown, etc. Just save it. I get it, you tools hate everybody who doesn't shuck and jive the way you want them to.

But #15 is back, and the world needs to take notice.
Wow, are you serious? "Doesn't shuck and jive the way you want them to"? What a load of bull****. Marshall imploded this off season. He acted like a spoiled little baby, costing him precious time with the new Offense. If he wasn't such a gigantic **** up it wouldn't have taken him until week four to be "back". In fact, if he worked at his job as hard as he threw his tantrums there would have been nothing to bounce back from.
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At least I was right about this team needing Marshall to help win games.

Anyone who thought he was trying to drop passes and dog it once the RS started has an agenda.
I was almost hoping that he was doing it on purpose because I didn't want to believe he was that stupid and that lazy. Turns out I was wrong. He is that stupid and he is that lazy.
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Wow, are you serious? "Doesn't shuck and jive the way you want them to"? What a load of bull****. Marshall imploded this off season. He acted like a spoiled little baby, costing him precious time with the new Offense. If he wasn't such a gigantic **** up it wouldn't have taken him until week four to be "back". In fact, if he worked at his job as hard as he threw his tantrums there would have been nothing to bounce back from.

QFT.

He still needs 2790 attaboys to negate the aw****s on his "resume".
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Wow, are you serious? "Doesn't shuck and jive the way you want them to"? What a load of bull****. Marshall imploded this off season. He acted like a spoiled little baby, costing him precious time with the new Offense. If he wasn't such a gigantic **** up it wouldn't have taken him until week four to be "back". In fact, if he worked at his job as hard as he threw his tantrums there would have been nothing to bounce back from.
I like you Listo but if you base Marshall's attitude on production then I wonder what you think about Royal.

Fact is none of the WR's are tearing it up this year becuase our QB struggles to get them the ball.

We lose despite a great D performance if Marshall doesn't make 2 great catches and bails out his QB today.

Broncos are 4 - 0, the good thing is that they have lots of room for improvement on O.
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"Forget all that off the field stuff...I went to Brandon Stokely and I said 'How can I be great? What makes Fitzgerald and Andre Johnson great?' and he said 'You gotta take advantage of that deep ball.'"
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no doubt...

that hug was the best off the field thing i've seen all year...

hopefully it builds from there...
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I was almost hoping that he was doing it on purpose because I didn't want to believe he was that stupid and that lazy. Turns out I was wrong. He is that stupid and he is that lazy.
Stupid certainly, but what made him lazy? Been busy so haven't been able to keep up with all the drama of this offseason.
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I like you Listo but if you base Marshall's attitude on production then I wonder what you think about Royal.

Fact is none of the WR's are tearing it up this year becuase our QB struggles to get them the ball.

We lose despite a great D performance if Marshall doesn't make 2 great catches and bails out his QB today.

Broncos are 4 - 0, the good thing is that they have lots of room for improvement on O.
I'm saying that Marshall's preseason behavior had a negative impact on his play. He obviously played poorly at the beginning of the season. At the time I couldn't tell if he was doing it on purpose, if it was just a continuation of his childish behavior.

Now he's playing better. Could be that he's starting to overcome his self-inflicted loss of practice time. Could be that he's finally over his tantrum. Could be that he had a hard time getting the mental part of this Offense. Could be a combination of those three things and more that I'm unaware of.

One thing for sure: The people like me who "called him out" for his ****ty play did it for one reason-he was playing ****ty. It had nothing to do with his ethnicity and it's douchebaggery/dumbassery to imply that it was. Just a really stupid opening post.
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Stupid certainly, but what made him lazy? Been busy so haven't been able to keep up with all the drama of this offseason.

Did you see the infamous practice video? He also just pulled up and stopped on routes earlier in the year, and generally gave a lackluster effort when he was on the field.
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That play was a thing of beauty....awesome YAC.

That is the portion of B-Marsh's game that gives him the potential to be one of the best in the league.
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I'm saying that Marshall's preseason behavior had a negative impact on his play. He obviously played poorly at the beginning of the season. At the time I couldn't tell if he was doing it on purpose, if it was just a continuation of his childish behavior.

Now he's playing better. Could be that he's starting to overcome his self-inflicted loss of practice time. Could be that he's finally over his tantrum. Could be that he had a hard time getting the mental part of this Offense. Could be a combination of those three things and more that I'm unaware of.
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So what is Royal's problem and where was Stokely today?

I need to rewatch the game but I don't remember seeing what WR's were in what formations other than Royal, Marshall and Gaffney.
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My opinion of brandon is still on hold lets see if he can string a few games of good play then i will say hes back and say throw money at him yes he had an amazing play tof=day and yes it was clutch.
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I'm saying that Marshall's preseason behavior had a negative impact on his play. He obviously played poorly at the beginning of the season. At the time I couldn't tell if he was doing it on purpose, if it was just a continuation of his childish behavior.
Seeing this, seeing how bad it was, and how much the situation has improved, no doubt Josh should get mad credit
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My opinion of brandon is still on hold lets see if he can string a few games of good play then i will say hes back and say throw money at him yes he had an amazing play tof=day and yes it was clutch.
I think Marshall made Orton a lot better today than he was. Royal could not do that and the ball wasn't anywhere near Gaffney so he could try to make Orton better either.
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So what is Royal's problem and where was Stokely today?

I need to rewatch the game but I don't remember seeing what WR's were in what formations other than Royal, Marshall and Gaffney.
Stokley was out for today's game wasn't he?

And Royal is too often the primary target of opposing defenses, largely thanks to Marshall's off-field antics this pre-season. As teams find the need to respect Marshall more and Royal gets more comfortable in the offense he'll get his.
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So what is Royal's problem and where was Stokely today?

I need to rewatch the game but I don't remember seeing what WR's were in what formations other than Royal, Marshall and Gaffney.
From the games I've gotten to watch Royal is putting out the effort but not always able to get open. It seems to me that teams are keying on him more. Other than that I'd say Royal is the one who is hurting most from Orton's throws as opposed to Cutler's. Royal is really, really good at getting wide open for brief flashes. He has such great body control and comes out of his breaks so fluidly, but Orton doesn't take those gunslinger chances like Cutler did. I don't know if Orton can't gun it in there or won't, but it's not happening and I've seen too many plays where Royal gets open but he's covered by the time the ball gets there. I think he's also struggled a bit with the O, I've seen him break into coverage when there were open spots to go to.


I think Stokely has been effective in spots because he runs routes so well and he has great hands. Orton knows where he is supposed to be ahead of time so he's throwing to that spot before Stokely gets there. Stokely runs his route right to the ball and, if we're lucky, gets some nice RAC. I don't know why he wasn't effective today. My stream was intermittent so I'm going to have to watch a d/l version of the game when I can.

I think with Gaffney it's familiarity and route running, and he's also been somewhat effective this year.
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"We kind of been looking for that look all game. It came down to a crucial moment of the game and they gave it to us, and we took advantage of it."
On Dallas' defensive alignment on his game-winning touchdown reception
"Again, hats off to (Head) Coach (Josh McDaniels). He does a great job of preparing us for situational football, and that was a situation where we knew what personnel was on the field and what they do with that personnel. Before we even came out of the huddle, me and (QB) Kyle (Orton) were on the same page and we took advantage of it."
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"I saw big (TE) Daniel Graham out there, and it is always good to run behind the big body. Hats off to Daniel for just being downfield and hustling and making a block. That is something that he brings to our team just working all the time on each play."
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"Coach (McDaniels) preaches all the time just about staying in the game. There are going to be some plays where we don't capitalize off of it. As long as it comes down to the fourth quarter, we pride ourselves on playing situational football. That situation came up and we took advantage of it."
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"Going back to Pop Warner, I have made a bunch of plays like that that really didn't mean anything because we ended up losing the game or something like that happened like if (Dallas QB Tony) Romo would have scored and gone into overtime. Hats off to the defense for standing up and making a big play going in and know the situation. We knew that their two-minute offense is one of the best in the business. I think the defense did a great job of just holding up."
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