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Old 09-13-2011, 12:14 AM   #1
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One nice thing about Montrose's season ticket seats is they are in the nose-bleed north endzone. This means you basically get game tape vision to watch plays develop.

Our offense really sucked, but I don't think you realize how badly.

Think about this. The first field goal was a gift from the defense.

The TD was a special teams play.

That means the our offense scored ten points that they "earned" which is debatable since the yellow flag was our offensive MVP.

The Offensive line played like ass. Kuper played bad. Beadles was barely functional, Walton and Franklin were beat up. Bad offensive line play. They couldn't move the Raiders front to save their life.

The Receivers played like butt too. They dropped a lot of passes and didn't do much to help Orton.

Which leads me to the QB. It honestly reminded me of Plummer his last year when he stopped caring about football and just played like crap. It was borderline Quinn bad. He took sacks at the worst times and for those that say "it's on the oline" it is partially but not up the middle. Throw that crap away. His lack of mobility makes him the easiest man to sack since Drew Bledsoe. And he's the anti-clutch QB.

Orton will never capitalize on an opportunity. We give them the ball on their ten. Field goal. Knowshown makes a great catch down on the five. Orton Takes a sack and then field goal. We're in field goal range and run a play that will probably go for a touchdown. Orton fumbles the damn ball just because he can't help himself. No one is even there. He just gives the ball to the Raiders. And there were so many reads he missed. He doesn't even look to the left side of the field. It's like he doesn't have a progression to work through and doesn't give his receivers a chance.

He's terrible. Our whole offense is, but he's a major part of it.

/end rant. Have to go to work in three hours.
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Orton ****ting it in the redzone. Weird.

Tebow scores TD's in the redzone. Just sayin.
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Satuday, my son tried to go HAM on this te he had lined up with a ten yard start, but went high, knocked himself unconscious, and is out for the year. Really scary, ambulance, hospital, just the worst thing you can experience pretty much.

But I got the hookups on tix, and am sitting behind the Larsens at Mile High, great family. And then I get treated to 4 qtrs of Kyle Orton taking sacks, throwing balls into the stands, fumbling, no blocking, no catching, no tackling.
And no Tebow in the redzone.
How could losing to oakland be worse?

We give up the record tying fg to seabass!!! Insult to injury. Horrible game, but I still had fun, and met a pop star.

Football gods hate me now.

It was funny how KO caught fire once Tebow chants got serious, we need tebow chants all game.

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One of those FG's is a TD and the entire game is different.

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God I feel sick just thinking about Orton's play....
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Only 7 really.

The second FG was pretty much down to Raider penalties keeping the drive alive.
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One nice thing about Montrose's season ticket seats is they are in the nose-bleed north endzone. This means you basically get game tape vision to watch plays develop.

Our offense really sucked, but I don't think you realize how badly.

Think about this. The first field goal was a gift from the defense.

The TD was a special teams play.

That means the our offense scored ten points that they "earned" which is debatable since the yellow flag was our offensive MVP.

The Offensive line played like ass. Kuper played bad. Beadles was barely functional, Walton and Franklin were beat up. Bad offensive line play. They couldn't move the Raiders front to save their life.

The Receivers played like butt too. They dropped a lot of passes and didn't do much to help Orton.

Which leads me to the QB. It honestly reminded me of Plummer his last year when he stopped caring about football and just played like crap. It was borderline Quinn bad. He took sacks at the worst times and for those that say "it's on the oline" it is partially but not up the middle. Throw that crap away. His lack of mobility makes him the easiest man to sack since Drew Bledsoe. And he's the anti-clutch QB.

Orton will never capitalize on an opportunity. We give them the ball on their ten. Field goal. Knowshown makes a great catch down on the five. Orton Takes a sack and then field goal. We're in field goal range and run a play that will probably go for a touchdown. Orton fumbles the damn ball just because he can't help himself. No one is even there. He just gives the ball to the Raiders. And there were so many reads he missed. He doesn't even look to the left side of the field. It's like he doesn't have a progression to work through and doesn't give his receivers a chance.

He's terrible. Our whole offense is, but he's a major part of it.

/end rant. Have to go to work in three hours.
2 years too late, but welcome to being right.
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Old 09-13-2011, 12:26 AM   #8
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Kaylore just spat on his lover, Kuper! I believe Kupes had 3 holding calls. The O line was over matched. Only one that I didnt hear too much on was Clady so that is normally a good sign.
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Kaylore just spat on his lover, Kuper! I believe Kupes had 3 holding calls. The O line was over matched. Only one that I didnt hear too much on was Clady so that is normally a good sign.
I heard you can fit 3 state fair award winning cucumbers up your ass, but I said they're wrong and you can do 5.

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One nice thing about Montrose's season ticket seats is they are in the nose-bleed north endzone. This means you basically get game tape vision to watch plays develop.

Our offense really sucked, but I don't think you realize how badly.

Think about this. The first field goal was a gift from the defense.

The TD was a special teams play.

That means the our offense scored ten points that they "earned" which is debatable since the yellow flag was our offensive MVP.

The Offensive line played like ass. Kuper played bad. Beadles was barely functional, Walton and Franklin were beat up. Bad offensive line play. They couldn't move the Raiders front to save their life.

The Receivers played like butt too. They dropped a lot of passes and didn't do much to help Orton.

Which leads me to the QB. It honestly reminded me of Plummer his last year when he stopped caring about football and just played like crap. It was borderline Quinn bad. He took sacks at the worst times and for those that say "it's on the oline" it is partially but not up the middle. Throw that crap away. His lack of mobility makes him the easiest man to sack since Drew Bledsoe. And he's the anti-clutch QB.

Orton will never capitalize on an opportunity. We give them the ball on their ten. Field goal. Knowshown makes a great catch down on the five. Orton Takes a sack and then field goal. We're in field goal range and run a play that will probably go for a touchdown. Orton fumbles the damn ball just because he can't help himself. No one is even there. He just gives the ball to the Raiders. And there were so many reads he missed. He doesn't even look to the left side of the field. It's like he doesn't have a progression to work through and doesn't give his receivers a chance.

He's terrible. Our whole offense is, but he's a major part of it.

/end rant. Have to go to work in three hours.
Nice rant.
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Old 09-13-2011, 12:43 AM   #11
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One nice thing about Montrose's season ticket seats is they are in the nose-bleed north endzone. This means you basically get game tape vision to watch plays develop.

Our offense really sucked, but I don't think you realize how badly.

Think about this. The first field goal was a gift from the defense.

The TD was a special teams play.

That means the our offense scored ten points that they "earned" which is debatable since the yellow flag was our offensive MVP.

The Offensive line played like ass. Kuper played bad. Beadles was barely functional, Walton and Franklin were beat up. Bad offensive line play. They couldn't move the Raiders front to save their life.

The Receivers played like butt too. They dropped a lot of passes and didn't do much to help Orton.

Which leads me to the QB. It honestly reminded me of Plummer his last year when he stopped caring about football and just played like crap. It was borderline Quinn bad. He took sacks at the worst times and for those that say "it's on the oline" it is partially but not up the middle. Throw that crap away. His lack of mobility makes him the easiest man to sack since Drew Bledsoe. And he's the anti-clutch QB.

Orton will never capitalize on an opportunity. We give them the ball on their ten. Field goal. Knowshown makes a great catch down on the five. Orton Takes a sack and then field goal. We're in field goal range and run a play that will probably go for a touchdown. Orton fumbles the damn ball just because he can't help himself. No one is even there. He just gives the ball to the Raiders. And there were so many reads he missed. He doesn't even look to the left side of the field. It's like he doesn't have a progression to work through and doesn't give his receivers a chance.

He's terrible. Our whole offense is, but he's a major part of it.

/end rant. Have to go to work in three hours.
Weren't you one of the people supporting the decision to have Orton be our starter? Quite a 180 you did right there...
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Weren't you one of the people supporting the decision to have Orton be our starter? Quite a 180 you did right there...
Seeing Orton "play football" has a tendency to do that.
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I heard you can fit 3 state fair award winning cucumbers up your ass, but I said they're wrong and you can do 5.

Prove em wrong!
Dude, that's just evil. I thought you said in the chat room you were teqila'd out.
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Seeing Orton "play football" has a tendency to do that.
Was he wearing a blindfold the last two seasons?
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Rev, u going to follow me around like a stalker and drunk post in every thread? I am sure the OPs would rather have you sleep off your binger than act like a teenager playing on the computer while the parents are sleeping. ****ting on threads is weak.

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Dude, that's just evil. I thought you said in the chat room you were teqila'd out.
That would explain part of it.
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Rev, u going to follow me around like a stalker and drunk post in every thread? I am sure the OPs would rather have you sleep off your binger than act like a teenager playing on the computer while the parents are sleeping. ****ting on threads is weak.

That would explain part of it.
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I don't blame Kaylore for changing his mind.

There was a time last year early in the season when Orton was playing out of his mind with no running game and even worse OL play, or when Orton came in against the 'Skins with a busted ankle when Simms was badly pissing away his career.

Orton was still an immobile, limited guy but THAT QB played his heart out for the team, putting his body on the line.

This Orton is just going through the motions, pissed off about not being wanted in Denver and like Kaylore said just doesn't give a crap win, lose or fumble.

Send the kid in, at least he'll play like his life depends on it. It's not about talent, proper footwork, mechanics and all that stuff now. It's simply about playing for the team, instead of just playing for a paycheck.
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Orton woulda scored 50
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clady might have been offensive MVP. he absolutely stonewalled his guys it appeared.
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I don't blame Kaylore for changing his mind.

There was a time last year early in the season when Orton was playing out of his mind with no running game and even worse OL play, or when Orton came in against the 'Skins with a busted ankle when Simms was badly pissing away his career.

Orton was still an immobile, limited guy but THAT QB played his heart out for the team, putting his body on the line.

This Orton is just going through the motions, pissed off about not being wanted in Denver and like Kaylore said just doesn't give a crap win, lose or fumble.

Send the kid in, at least he'll play like his life depends on it. It's not about talent, proper footwork, mechanics and all that stuff now. It's simply about playing for the team, instead of just playing for a paycheck.
This, and I have been an Orton supporter. Watching that ****fest last night was excruciatingly painful.

At the very least, why can't Fox design some packages for the Tebow, specifically red zone packages. Lord knows, he couldn't do any worse.
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One nice thing about Montrose's season ticket seats is they are in the nose-bleed north endzone. This means you basically get game tape vision to watch plays develop.

Our offense really sucked, but I don't think you realize how badly.

Think about this. The first field goal was a gift from the defense.

The TD was a special teams play.

That means the our offense scored ten points that they "earned" which is debatable since the yellow flag was our offensive MVP.

The Offensive line played like ass. Kuper played bad. Beadles was barely functional, Walton and Franklin were beat up. Bad offensive line play. They couldn't move the Raiders front to save their life.

The Receivers played like butt too. They dropped a lot of passes and didn't do much to help Orton.

Which leads me to the QB. It honestly reminded me of Plummer his last year when he stopped caring about football and just played like crap. It was borderline Quinn bad. He took sacks at the worst times and for those that say "it's on the oline" it is partially but not up the middle. Throw that crap away. His lack of mobility makes him the easiest man to sack since Drew Bledsoe. And he's the anti-clutch QB.

Orton will never capitalize on an opportunity. We give them the ball on their ten. Field goal. Knowshown makes a great catch down on the five. Orton Takes a sack and then field goal. We're in field goal range and run a play that will probably go for a touchdown. Orton fumbles the damn ball just because he can't help himself. No one is even there. He just gives the ball to the Raiders. And there were so many reads he missed. He doesn't even look to the left side of the field. It's like he doesn't have a progression to work through and doesn't give his receivers a chance.

He's terrible. Our whole offense is, but he's a major part of it.

/end rant. Have to go to work in three hours.
Regarding Orton, everyone knew it..We are witnessing the same **** for the past 2 years.
Just put Tebow in.If he doesn't play well, draft a QB.
It's simple..Not sure why the hell Fox and Elway are making it complicated.
I couldn't sleep the entire night because of the dumb ass Orton.
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clady might have been offensive MVP. he absolutely stonewalled his guys it appeared.
Why would you make something like this up?

The entire line played horrible. Clady never stood out, and was seen floundering for and even holding his man on numerous occasions.
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I'm starting to worry that the All-Pro caliber Clady of 2008-2009 is gone forever. I hope I'm wrong.
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I'm starting to worry that the All-Pro caliber Clady of 2008-2009 is gone forever. I hope I'm wrong.
give him a QB without cinderblock feet and you'll see the Clady of old.
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It's not going to hurt anything to put Teboz in.

The problem isn't Orton, just as long as you keep telling yourselves that...
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