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  • week 15 .2003 broncos at colts...sound familiar

    we won 31-17 , against peyton mannings colts, 3 weeks later lost 41-10 ,in the same place against the same team, you don't take liberties with peyton twice in his own house.
    jake plummer the then qb, completed 14 of 17, passes,denver ran the ball 47 times between, between 2 running backs, Quentin griffin and mike Anderson for a 192 yards, time of possession, was a staggering 44:58 for the broncos ,and 15:02 FOR the peyton manning colts, we had the blueprint,run the ball and TOP, 3 weeks later with a lot of confidence going in the broncos got blown out, 41-10,

    the adjustments were made, heres the stats from the broncos win..., I think this was the only time that we won in indy when peyton was there,










    Passing CP/AT YDS TD INT
    J. Plummer 14/17 238 1 1
    Rushing ATT YDS TD LG
    Q. Griffin 28 136 0 22
    M. Anderson 19 56 1 8
    J. Plummer 6 22 2 7
    R. Smith 1 13 0 13
    Receiving REC YDS TD LG
    A. Lelie 5 115 0 60
    R. Smith 4 42 1 15T
    S. Sharpe 2 30 0 26
    Q. Griffin 1 24 0 24
    E. McCaffrey 1 23 0 23
    M. Anderson 1 4 0 4
    Fumbles FUM LOST REC YDS
    M. Anderson 1 0 0 0
    Q. Griffin 1 0 1 0
    T. Pryce 1 0 0 0
    B. Berry 0 0 0 0
    E. Salaam 0 0 1 0
    D. Spragan 0 0 1 9
    Kicking FG LG XP PTS
    J. Elam 1/1 24 4/4 7
    Punting NO AVG I20 LG
    M. Knorr 1 34.0 1 34
    Kickoff Returns NO AVG TD LG
    D. O'Neal 3 18 0 21
    A. Madise 1 16 0 16
    Punt Returns NO AVG TD LG
    D. O'Neal 2 10 0 12
    Defense T-A SCK INT FF
    L. Walls 6-0 0.0 0 0
    K. Kennedy 4-0 0.0 0 0
    N. Ferguson 3-0 0.0 0 0
    D. Spragan 3-2 0.0 0 0
    B. Berry 2-1 0.5 0 2
    T. Pryce 2-1 1.5 0 0
    S. Brandon 1-0 0.0 0 0
    M. Fatafehi 1-0 0.0 0 0
    R. Hayward 1-0 0.0 0 0
    K. Herndon 1-0 0.0 0 0
    J. Sykes 1-0 0.0 0 0
    A. Wilson 0-1 0.0 0 0









    Passing CP/AT YDS TD INT
    P. Manning 12/23 146 0 0
    Rushing ATT YDS TD LG
    E. James 10 42 1 16T
    P. Manning 2 5 0 5
    Receiving REC YDS TD LG
    M. Harrison 6 85 0 63
    M. Pollard 4 55 0 27
    B. Stokley 1 5 0 5
    D. Rhodes 1 1 0 1
    Fumbles FUM LOST REC YDS
    P. Manning 3 0 1 0
    R. DeMulling 0 0 1 0
    M. Doss 0 0 0 0
    D. Freeney 0 0 0 0
    Kicking FG LG XP PTS
    M. Vanderjagt 1/1 40 2/2 5
    Punting NO AVG I20 LG
    H. Smith 4 28.6 1 54
    Kickoff Returns NO AVG TD LG
    D. Rhodes 6 28 0 39
    Punt Returns NO AVG TD LG
    Defense T-A SCK INT FF
    D. Thornton 10-1 0.0 0 0
    D. Macklin 7-2 0.0 0 0
    M. Washington 6-3 0.0 0 0
    A. Floyd 5-2 0.0 0 0
    R. Morris 5-1 0.0 0 0
    D. Strickland 5-3 0.0 0 0
    M. Doss 4-1 0.0 0 1
    N. Harper 4-1 0.0 0 0
    C. Bratzke 3-2 0.0 0 0
    R. Brock 3-2 0.0 0 0
    L. Tripplett 3-1 0.0 0 0
    G. Brackett 2-0 0.0 1 0
    D. Freeney 2-1 0.0 0 1
    M. Reagor 2-2 0.0 0 0
    W. Harris 1-2 0.0 0 0
    J. Williams 1-1 0.0 0 0

    Total First Downs 26 Total First Downs 11
    By Rushing 13 By Rushing 3
    By Passing 11 By Passing 4
    By Penalty 2 By Penalty 4
    Third Down Efficiency 9/13 - 69% Third Down Efficiency 2/9 - 22%
    Fourth Down Efficiency 0/1 - 0% Fourth Down Efficiency 0/1 - 0%
    Total Net Yards 465 Total Net Yards 183
    Total Rushing/Passing Plays (includes Sacks) 71 Total Rushing/Passing Plays (includes Sacks) 37
    Average Gain per Offensive Play 6.5 Average Gain per Offensive Play 4.9
    Net Yards Rushing 227 Net Yards Rushing 47
    Total Rushing Plays 54 Total Rushing Plays 12
    Average Gain per Rushing Play 4.2 Average Gain per Rushing Play 3.9
    Tackled for a Loss (Number-Yards) 0-0 Tackled for a Loss (Number-Yards) 0-0
    Net Yards Passing 238 Net Yards Passing 136
    Times Sacked (Number-Yards) 0 - 0 Times Sacked (Number-Yards) 2 - 10
    Gross Yards Passing 238 Gross Yards Passing 146
    Pass Comp-Att-Int 14 - 17 - 1 Pass Comp-Att-Int 12 - 23 - 0
    Average Gain per Passing Play (includes Sacks) 14.0 Average Gain per Passing Play (includes Sacks) 5.4
    Kickoffs (Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks) 6 - 0 - 0 Kickoffs (Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks) 4 - 0 - 0
    Punts (Number-Average) 1 - 34.0 Punts (Number-Average) 5 - 32.8
    Blocked 0 Blocked 1
    Net Punting Average 13.0 Net Punting Average 32.8
    FGs Blocked - PATs Blocked 0 - 0 FGs Blocked - PATs Blocked 0 - 0
    Total Return Yardage (excludes Kickoffs) 21 Total Return Yardage (excludes Kickoffs) 31
    Punt Returns (Number-Yards) 2 - 21 Punt Returns (Number-Yards) 0 - 0
    Kickoff Returns (Number-Yards) 4 - 70 Kickoff Returns (Number-Yards) 6 - 169
    Interception Returns (Number-Yards) 0 - 0 Interception Returns (Number-Yards) 1 - 31
    Penalties (Number-Yards) 11 - 93 Penalties (Number-Yards) 6 - 45
    Fumbles (Number-Lost) 3 - 0 Fumbles (Number-Lost) 3 - 0
    Touchdowns 4 Touchdowns 2
    Rushing 3 Rushing 1
    Passing 1 Passing 0
    Interceptions 0 Interceptions 1
    Kickoff Returns 0 Kickoff Returns 0
    Fumble Returns 0 Fumble Returns 0
    Punt Returns 0 Punt Returns 0
    Extra Points (Made-Attempted) 4 - 4 Extra Points (Made-Attempted) 2 - 2
    Kicking (Made-Attempted) 4 - 4 Kicking (Made-Attempted) 2 - 2
    Two Point Conversions (Made-Attempted) 0 - 0 Two Point Conversions (Made-Attempted) 0 - 0
    Field Goals (Made-Attempted) 1 - 1 Field Goals (Made-Attempted) 1 - 1
    Red Zone Efficiency 4/7 - 57% Red Zone Efficiency 1/1 - 100%
    Goal To Go Efficiency 3/5 - 60% Goal To Go Efficiency 0/0 - 0%
    Safeties 0 Safeties 0
    Final Score 31 Final Score 17
    Time of Possession 44:58 Time of Possession 15:02




    Scoring Summary

    1st Quarter

  • #2
    54 rushing plays. Holy ****, haha.

    Our plan didn't work out too well the second time though.

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    • #3
      I was at that playoff game. We had a questionable secondary coming into that season which majorly over achieved. Lenny Walls, Herndon, not sure if Roc Alexander was this year or the next... Manning proceeded to take our defense apart limb from limb after getting smoked the previous game. This was the game where Harrison caught the ball, fell down, nobody touched him him, he got up and ran for the TD. It was 14-0 quickly and they only poured it on from there. We ran so well the previous game and had to abandon the run early which killed us.

      I could definitely see this happening again the chargers. Their D is respectable but their secondary consists of a bunch of unheralded guys, similar to what we had.

      The major difference is Rivers is a much better passer than Plummer ever was and if SD falls behind early, he could bring them back throwing the ball.

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      • #4
        BTW Denver should smoke the chargers and win the game. Should we lose barring Manning getting knocked out of the game, we have the wrong head coach leading this team. I'd demand a change. It's on Foxy to have this team ready to put a 50 burger on the chargers.

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        • #5
          Also the thing that cracks me up is how people talk about SD and how they were close to beating Denver in both games they played this year. It was 28-6 in the 3rd qtr before we started to play to kill the clock and get out of town because of Manning's ankle injuries. Shame on us for letting it get closer, but we both raced SD at their house before we called off the dogs.

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          • #6
            The Colts basically let us win that first game.

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            • #7
              I was at the week 15 game and it was the loudest environment ive ever been in. Woody Paige said the same thing in his article the next day. Thats one thing we'll never have at Invesco

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ATL-Eric View Post
                I was at the week 15 game and it was the loudest environment ive ever been in. Woody Paige said the same thing in his article the next day. Thats one thing we'll never have at Sports Authority Field at Mile High
                FYP

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                • #9
                  Then, every talking said said the the Colts did not want to see the Broncos again because the Broncos had the formula to oust Manning. I can still picture some of the articles... I believed them, it really sucked to get throttled and realize we weren't in the same league.

                  that said, SD is definitely dangerous and will win if the Broncos are sloppy and don't take care of the football.

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                  • #10
                    Ugh....bad memories of those Colts playoff games. They always seemed to play perfect.

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                    • #11
                      Trevor played the first game, he didn't play in the playoff game. That in and of itself wouldn't have changed the outcome, but it would have been closer. He was a beast in the 1st game.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by bpc View Post
                        I was at that playoff game. We had a questionable secondary coming into that season which majorly over achieved. Lenny Walls, Herndon, not sure if Roc Alexander was this year or the next... Manning proceeded to take our defense apart limb from limb after getting smoked the previous game. This was the game where Harrison caught the ball, fell down, nobody touched him him, he got up and ran for the TD. It was 14-0 quickly and they only poured it on from there. We ran so well the previous game and had to abandon the run early which killed us.

                        I could definitely see this happening again the chargers. Their D is respectable but their secondary consists of a bunch of unheralded guys, similar to what we had.

                        The major difference is Rivers is a much better passer than Plummer ever was and if SD falls behind early, he could bring them back throwing the ball.
                        Other than the Raiders game when was the last time Denver started off fast and buried a team quickly? New England but we all know what happened there. I think they need to start fast and take the run game out of the equation.

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                        • #13
                          One thing I'm happy about Manning has scrutinized that SD loss by watching/looking at every angle of the field on every play.

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                          • #14
                            I was at that game sitting in the first row at the old ass RCA Dome. Their fans were in shock and local radio was doubting their club big time after we torched them on the ground. I remember it well because I got robbed selling tix for my friend by this kid that must've been 6'8 340 with two teeth. Good ol downtown Indy.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by UberBroncoMan View Post
                              54 rushing plays. Holy ****, haha.

                              Our plan didn't work out too well the second time though.
                              I remember that game. It was awesome. Its follow up was quite depressing however.

                              Glad we got 18!

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