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Old 01-02-2011, 10:18 PM   #1
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I'm only going to remember that last TD drive. Tebow looked like the next coming of you-know-who. Confident. Laser sharp.

Screw the rest of the game... THAT is the optimism I'm taking into the offseason.
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Old 01-02-2011, 10:19 PM   #2
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Oh and I'll also remember my frozen damn feet. My god did it get cold.
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Old 01-02-2011, 10:20 PM   #3
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I'm only going to remember that last TD drive. Tebow looked like the next coming of you-know-who. Confident. Laser sharp.

Screw the rest of the game... THAT is the optimism I'm taking into the offseason.
I dont have the opportunity to re watch the game; however, it seems like he got very sharp in the 4th quarter. He is a gamer. He brought the team back in the Texans game and darn near did it again vs the Chuggers.
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Old 01-02-2011, 10:25 PM   #4
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Yep he gets better when the pressure is on. Something we have not had since Mr. Elway.
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He is exciting and I am sure people at the game were happy to see him play instead of Orton but those passes all game long were pretty brutal when he threw down the sidelines. BTW, what was the attendance for this one and did you see all except TGN excited about Tebow starting?
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On that third and infinity in the second quarter he looked very Elway-ish circa 1987 when scrambled around for what seemed like ten minutes and then almost converted the first down. That was awesome.

I'm going to remember that the Chargers missed the playoffs by one game and only worsened their draft position by beating us. lol.
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Old 01-02-2011, 10:41 PM   #7
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He is exciting and I am sure people at the game were happy to see him play instead of Orton but those passes all game long were pretty brutal when he threw down the sidelines. BTW, what was the attendance for this one and did you see all except TGN excited about Tebow starting?
They didn't announce the attendance again...
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Not too sure what the attendance was but Dave Logan mentioned more than once that there were a lot of people in the stands.
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hey watching the highlights with radio calls that nfl.com has.....who was with dave today...clearly isn't briann but I can't make out the voice for the life of me....anyone got the info?

maybe it's Eddie?

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Dave treadwell was sitting in for brian today
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HA...nice
thanks for the info
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yeah talk about a random ex bronco haha
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My section (108) was completely full as far as I could tell. There were a lot of empty seats up high at the edges (so basically the really bad seats). Overall I thought attendance was really good. Particularly for a four win team in a meaningless game.

It helped that tickets were cheap. I paid less than half of face.
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My section (108) was completely full as far as I could tell. There were a lot of empty seats up high at the edges (so basically the really bad seats). Overall I thought attendance was really good. Particularly for a four win team in a meaningless game.

It helped that tickets were cheap. I paid less than half of face.
Thank god I sold mine on the ticket exchange a few weeks back and even made $22 about for the pair. As long as Bowlen doesnt hit me up with money owed and I have enough credit from the last couple of years, I am a happy and non debted camper. Compare any teams that have 5 wins or less and I am sure their attendance is pretty dismal. Good to see on tv some excitement in the air even at 4-11 game.
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So watching that last drive now. The long pass to Daniel Graham was the single best throw mechanically Tebow has thrown in a Broncos uniform. He still wound up a bit, but his release point was higher and FAR faster.

I want more of that.
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Old 01-03-2011, 12:07 AM   #16
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While I'm at it. The dump-off to Buck was well thrown as well on the last posession.

The first hail-mary had better mechanics.

The second hail-mary wasn't quite as good, but still better.

I wondered what happened. All of a sudden he lost that really long part of his motion.
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Old 01-03-2011, 12:10 AM   #17
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Also, while I'm rambling. The TV announcers are comical. Don Criqui is in love with Tebow. It's obvious. Beurlein not so much. It makes for a pretty interesting discussion really.
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