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  • Originally posted by Armchair Bronco View Post
    Trust me, it's not.

    I guess it's a little bit like being married to a Super Model, but also having an affair with a Brazilian bikini model at the same time.
    so you admit you cheat....question is which team is your wife and which is your [email protected]?

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    • Originally posted by BelichickOwnsPeyton View Post
      Seattle will hold you to 20 points in cold weather.

      If they can top that on offense they will win.

      Gee, I wonder how many points the Patriots will score against them.....oh, wait.

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      • Originally posted by DENVERDUI55 View Post
        Shut down Megatron last year.

        ...without Manning as his QB


        Fitz had 5 catches for 35 yards on 2 games this year.

        ....without Manning as his QB


        Last year Fitz had 11 targets in both games for 4 catches and 60 yards in one game and 1 catch for 2 yds in another.

        ....without Manning as his QB


        Despite the claim by certain posters, well poster, he is not overrated and a great CB. Denver will exploit the other matchups not the matchup with Sherman.

        Perhaps, but then again maybe the Broncos make him put up or shut up and play aggressive too......I'm thinking Welker will give them fits, as will Julius.

        I wonder which WR he will call out? DT is pretty quiet guy but our best WR. Decker has a lot more ammo for him to use with his off the field activities.

        Sherman will assuredly run his mouth about how great he is....
        in bold

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        • I think our offense will do just fine. There defense will do just fine.

          Can our defense beat their offense.............key matchup!

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          • We need to match their intensity....and physicality. We do that....we win!

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            • Originally posted by bpc View Post

              We will be able to throw on these guys. It will be important that we keep them honest vs. the run as well.
              I agree...if we can run the ball, it will make the Broncos lives easier but nothing is guaranteed. We'll also need to protect the ball.

              in games where they allowed 100 yards or more rushing -

              134 yards rushing to Panthers in a 12-7 win with 2 TO's
              100 yards rushing to 49ers in a 29-3 win with 5 TO's
              151 yards rushing to Texans in a 23-20 OT win with 3 TO's
              109 yards rushing to Colts in a 34-28 loss with 2 TO's
              200 yards rushing to Rams in a 14-9 win with 2 TO's
              205 yards rushing to Bucs in a 27-24 OT win with 0 TO's
              142 yards rushing to Vikings in a 41-20 win with 4 TO's
              163 yards rushing to 49ers in a 19-17 loss with 1 TO
              139 yards rushing to Cardinals in a 17-10 loss with 4 TO's
              108 yards rushing to the Saints in a 23-15 divisional playoff win with 1 TO
              161 yards rushing to 49ers in a 23-17 NFCCG win with 3 TO's

              They were able to generate 27 turnovers while giving up the ball only 13 times. Looks like the key is running for 100 or more yards and winning the turnover battle.

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              • Originally posted by errand View Post
                I agree...if we can run the ball, it will make the Broncos lives easier but nothing is guaranteed. We'll also need to protect the ball.

                in games where they allowed 100 yards or more rushing -

                134 yards rushing to Panthers in a 12-7 win with 2 TO's
                100 yards rushing to 49ers in a 29-3 win with 5 TO's
                151 yards rushing to Texans in a 23-20 OT win with 3 TO's
                109 yards rushing to Colts in a 34-28 loss with 2 TO's
                200 yards rushing to Rams in a 14-9 win with 2 TO's
                205 yards rushing to Bucs in a 27-24 OT win with 0 TO's
                142 yards rushing to Vikings in a 41-20 win with 4 TO's
                163 yards rushing to 49ers in a 19-17 loss with 1 TO
                139 yards rushing to Cardinals in a 17-10 loss with 4 TO's
                108 yards rushing to the Saints in a 23-15 divisional playoff win with 1 TO
                161 yards rushing to 49ers in a 23-17 NFCCG win with 3 TO's

                They were able to generate 27 turnovers while giving up the ball only 13 times. Looks like the key is running for 100 or more yards and winning the turnover battle.
                Seattle wins off of turnovers. Without them they are an 8-8 team. Meanwhile we have dominated people while basically breaking even in the turnover department. If we protect the ball, they have virtually no chance. Nothing is more key for us in this game. Also we do not need to win the turnover battle. We merely need to keep it even.

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                • Originally posted by Hamrob View Post
                  We need to match their intensity....and physicality. We do that....we win!
                  We already do that. The Broncos are a very physical team. No one talks about it but they are.

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                  • Originally posted by KevinJames View Post
                    The plan against DT probably wont be Richard Sherman glued to him he usually doesn't follow guys around he stays on his side of the field.

                    the LCB stays on the left the RCB stays on the right.

                    We must exploit this by putting DT in the slot at times, put him in motion put him in the backfield etc. if they wanna play DT like that make them pay for it.
                    I think you're onto something....Gase and Manning will be looking to put our Wr's in favorable matchups and take Sherman (self-proclaimed best ever) out of the game.

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                    • Hit DT in the seam and crossing routes and he will roast Sherman. Manning will have to be on target as usual. Their safeties cheat up a lot like NE's did yesterday.

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                      • Originally posted by Vegas_Bronco View Post
                        Hit DT in the seam and crossing routes and he will roast Sherman. Manning will have to be on target as usual. Their safeties cheat up a lot like NE's did yesterday.
                        I'd like to see some go routes for DT as well. Sherman doesn't have the speed to keep up with DT. Even if he can tie him up a bit off the line DT will blow past him pretty quick and deep passes aren't susceptible to timing disruption the way short passes are. Even if they aren't immediately successful it will force the Seahawks to adjust their coverages and help open up the short passing game.

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                        • Originally posted by Agamemnon View Post
                          Seattle wins off of turnovers. Without them they are an 8-8 team. Meanwhile we have dominated people while basically breaking even in the turnover department. If we protect the ball, they have virtually no chance. Nothing is more key for us in this game. Also we do not need to win the turnover battle. We merely need to keep it even.
                          I wonder how many turnovers came at home vs away. Away they are an average team that scores half as much as at home

                          San Fran was the team that scared me because home or away they looked like the same team

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                          • Originally posted by errand View Post
                            in bold
                            Roddie White owned him on comeback routes, seams, and crossing patterns.

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                            • Originally posted by Agamemnon View Post
                              I'd like to see some go routes for DT as well. Sherman doesn't have the speed to keep up with DT. Even if he can tie him up a bit off the line DT will blow past him pretty quick and deep passes aren't susceptible to timing disruption the way short passes are. Even if they aren't immediately successful it will force the Seahawks to adjust their coverages and help open up the short passing game.
                              Problem with the long passes is they will have to come off of play action - the Seahawk pass rush will be on Manning quickly - much quicker than we have seen in the previous 2 games. If DT get's matched up with Sherman, it will be a good battle for sure. I have enjoyed the playcalling the past 2 weeks and although we have struggled to get 7 instead of 3, it has been amazingly productive with just 1 punt in over 8 quarters of play (ie, if it doesn't work out for DT, watch the other side of the field).
                              Last edited by Vegas_Bronco; 01-20-2014, 09:02 PM.

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                              • I'm less worried about Seattle than I was about SD and NE.

                                This Seachickens team reminds me of the '98 Atlanta Falcons: Young, cocky, overconfident and liable to wilt under the bright lights on the game's biggest stage.

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