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  • Jetmeck
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    Originally posted by KevinJames View Post
    Sounds arrogant sounds cliche, but its true and you all know it. Denver is destined this team is great and it must not take its foot off the gas.

    We dominated yesterday, we dominated in week 12 @NE even though it was one of the worst performances of Manning this year. We all know week 12 was a fluke ending should of either been a tie or a broncos win. We just can't let them back in the game.

    We should feel great about playing the Patriots at Mile High last time we ran for 280 against them, Knowshon had a hell of a game. Ball looked explosive last night, both backs ran the ball effectively NE is going to have a lot to deal with.

    They also have to feel the wrath of Peyton Manning because this time it wont be in NE and it wont be 30 mph winds to save NE. We were also without Julius Thomas for this game.

    Sure we don't have Von this time but thats okay because we have had people step up on the front 7 and last time we didn't have Champ Bailey or DRC (in the 2nd half that is when we got torched). They don't have Gronk which was a big reason why they even mounted that comeback, that and the dumb fumbles by Denver.

    Secure the football which we have been doing great lately (that JT fumble was not a fumble we all know it)


    LeGarrette Blount Duke says
    I say Denver wins 34-17.


    Good stuff, hell this is great stuff !!

    Now lets go KICK their ASS !

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  • rolandftw
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    Originally posted by spiralism View Post
    I thought it was the cold, then i thought it was the wind...now i just think it us being too run heavy for our own good and just a plain old bad day at the office.
    It should have been more run heavy

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  • Powderaddict
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    Originally posted by spiralism View Post
    I thought it was the cold, then i thought it was the wind...now i just think it us being too run heavy for our own good and just a plain old bad day at the office. Cold and wind together probably didnt help because of pain issues.
    Well, that and the Broncos being frauds.

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  • spiralism
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    Originally posted by Agamemnon View Post
    After that game I originally thought it was the cold that Manning struggled with. Now I'm pretty sure it was the bad ankle (which the cold may have aggravated admittedly). It's not going to be cold on Sunday, and Manning's ankle is healed (at least mostly). Manning isn't getting held to <200 yards this time. That much I guarantee.
    I thought it was the cold, then i thought it was the wind...now i just think it us being too run heavy for our own good and just a plain old bad day at the office. Cold and wind together probably didnt help because of pain issues.

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  • Eldorado
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    Originally posted by spiralism View Post
    Don't know how to feel about this game. We're seriously, seriously banged up but the Pats are arguably even worse off so i'm not as despondent as i'd normally be about Harris. The guys are right though, we need to be better. We make mistakes like we did against SD and Belichick will punish us.

    Balance is important too. I'd imagine we'll be able to run the ball, their front 7 is completely decimated. Thing is though that Bill may want us to. He has previous with this, just see last time we played them. Better yet, take a look in Canton where his gameplan for the K Gun in the early 90s where the Giants were going to allow the Bills to run at will played a large part in earning himself a ring that day. He's gonna have a good gameplan for us whatever happens so PFM is going to need to be on fire at the very least.

    Really though, execution is a lot of it, same as last week. If we can get a couple of stops (and we should get a couple, their offence is banged up as hell too..if we cant stop them we don't deserve to win) and the offence does its thing we should win. Question is if we can. This is like a heavyweight fight in the 11th round. Both are battered and bruised, it's all about who can avoid the punches and land enough to do the trick.
    And then get stomped out by the NFC team and exposed as frauds! Ammirite? Or ammirite?

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  • Agamemnon
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    Originally posted by spiralism View Post
    Balance is important too. I'd imagine we'll be able to run the ball, their front 7 is completely decimated. Thing is though that Bill may want us to. He has previous with this, just see last time we played them.
    After that game I originally thought it was the cold that Manning struggled with. Now I'm pretty sure it was the bad ankle (which the cold may have aggravated admittedly). It's not going to be cold on Sunday, and Manning's ankle is healed (at least mostly). Manning isn't getting held to <200 yards this time. That much I guarantee.

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  • spiralism
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    Don't know how to feel about this game. We're seriously, seriously banged up but the Pats are arguably even worse off so i'm not as despondent as i'd normally be about Harris. The guys are right though, we need to be better. We make mistakes like we did against SD and Belichick will punish us.

    Balance is important too. I'd imagine we'll be able to run the ball, their front 7 is completely decimated. Thing is though that Bill may want us to. He has previous with this, just see last time we played them. Better yet, take a look in Canton where his gameplan for the K Gun in the early 90s where the Giants were going to allow the Bills to run at will played a large part in earning himself a ring that day. He's gonna have a good gameplan for us whatever happens so PFM is going to need to be on fire at the very least.

    Really though, execution is a lot of it, same as last week. If we can get a couple of stops (and we should get a couple, their offence is banged up as hell too..if we cant stop them we don't deserve to win) and the offence does its thing we should win. Question is if we can. This is like a heavyweight fight in the 11th round. Both are battered and bruised, it's all about who can avoid the punches and land enough to do the trick.
    Last edited by spiralism; 01-14-2014, 01:06 PM.

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  • crush17
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    Originally posted by Johnykbr View Post
    Hasn't he been playing pretty well?
    Yes, he has.

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  • Dr. Broncenstein
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    Monte Ball is going to be the reason we win.

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  • Johnykbr
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    Originally posted by Ziggy View Post
    The Pats are starting Sealver Siliga at DT. We traded him to the Seahawks because he wasn't going to make the roster. Just another reason that the Broncos are going to run roughshod all over the Patsies D.
    Hasn't he been playing pretty well?

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  • Ziggy
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    The Pats are starting Sealver Siliga at DT. We traded him to the Seahawks because he wasn't going to make the roster. Just another reason that the Broncos are going to run roughshod all over the Patsies D.

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  • davdog
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    All I know is the last 4 times the pats and the broncos have met the pats have won all 4 by a combined score of 151 to 86. We took many years of crushing beatings by the broncos, thank goodness those years are behind us.

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  • crawdad
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    Originally posted by strafen View Post
    That's right.
    Wow, I didn't even remember that...
    In any event that was just that one play-off game.
    If I read something like such and such has never won a play-off game in such and such, I'm assuming he's played a play-off game more than once...
    Just saying...
    This was New England's first playoff loss since Jan. 3, 1999, a 25-10 loss at Jacksonville in the first round. ... The Broncos improved to 2-0 lifetime against the Patriots in the playoffs. Their other win was 22-17 in 1986. ... Denver CB Darrent Williams returned from his groin injury and played as the nickel back, while Domonique Foxworth started.

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  • underrated29
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    Kaylore- that stat is wrong. In 2003 the pats beat peyton in reg season and then the championship game.

    - The pats have NEVER won a superbowl since we knocked them out of the playoffs (champs pick 6 game)


    We are absolutely going to dismantle the already dismantled patriots.


    Montee ball is going to run all over them. All over them. It took DRC and Champ out, a muffed punt and a tony carter punt touch (not plays the pats made- just eff ups by us) to get that team close enough to send the game to OT....They had Gronk, we had Von....

    We get DRC and Champ back- they get blount running hot and lose a WR. This is the game I am MOST CONFIDENT in! We are going to run run run run run all day long on them. Brady will never get in sync. And just when it looks like we are going to bust another big run- we PA PASS over the top and end the pats season with authority!

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  • txtebow
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    Originally posted by strafen View Post
    That's right.
    Wow, I didn't even remember that...
    In any event that was just that one play-off game.
    If I read something like such and such has never won a play-off game in such and such, I'm assuming he's played a play-off game more than once...
    Just saying...
    It was Brady's FIRST EVER PLAYOFF LOSS.

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