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  • Best corner of Superbowl XLVIII

    I will leave his introduction to Bill Belichick.

    “To me, he’s one of the few corners in the league that really can match up against anybody. He matches up against the Andre Johnsons of the world, the big, strong, physical, fast guys. Then he’ll match up against quick, real good route running, quick receivers, guys like that, too. [It] doesn’t really make any difference. You can watch him match up against whoever they want to put him on, whether it’s Mike Wallace or whether it’s Calvin Johnson, through the years; I’m not just talking about this year.

    "At times, he’s been on tight ends, like when he would be on (Tony) Gonzalez back in the day and things like that. So, I think he’s really capable of being physical and standing in there and banging with the big guys. He’s got enough quickness and length with the little guys to match their quickness and give them a problem and stay with them, or if he gets his hands on them and jams them, he can destroy the route right off the bat. He’s a very instinctive player, so he has a good sense of what the guy is trying to do and what their tendencies are and things like that. He’s on a lot of routes just because he’s experienced and he’s smart. I think he can cover, I’d say there aren’t too many corners in the league – it would be hard to think of who the next one would be – who like him could match up as well against any type of receiver. Some guys do well against some type of players and have a little trouble with another type of guy. It looks like to me like he does a pretty good job against anybody – on whoever the other team’s best receiver is, if they want to match him up, which sometimes they do, sometimes they don’t. They don’t always match him but at times they will.

    "He can match them or not match them or he can take whoever comes out and do a pretty good job with it. Man, zone, he’s a good Cover-2 corner, he’s a good one-on-one corner, he’s a good zone corner, tackles well, he’s a good run-force corner, he’s pretty much a prototype corner in terms of having a full set of skills. Does everything well, plays the ball well, very good hands, but he’s a strong tackler and a good run-force player, too.”

    He is back, he is finally healthy, he is the one, the only...

    Champ MOTHER****ING Bailey




    What... Did you think this thread is about some loud mouth zone corner who keeps everything infront of him despite being 10 years younger? BHAHAHAHAHHA.

    No. I'm talking about the GOAT, kids.
    Last edited by Willynowei; 01-20-2014, 05:06 PM.

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    Listening to ESPN radio most of the day, not one Denver defensive player has been mentioned once. Except for von. Heh.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by frerottenextelway View Post
      Listening to ESPN radio most of the day, not one Denver defensive player has been mentioned once. Except for von. Heh.
      They did a special segment on Pot Roast on ESPN NFL insiders and on PTI Mike Wilbon mentioned he thought the defense deserved more credit for yesterdays performance saying the Broncos beat the Patriots in all phases.

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      • #4
        When and where was that said?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by yerner View Post
          When and where was that said?
          End of 2012, he kept going on and on, he kind of has a crush on Champ.

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          • #6
            HELL YEAH

            THE GOAT!!!!!!!

            Champ Bailey!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Kaylore View Post
              They did a special segment on Pot Roast on ESPN NFL insiders and on PTI Mike Wilbon mentioned he thought the defense deserved more credit for yesterdays performance saying the Broncos beat the Patriots in all phases.
              Coolio. I spent the day on the road. It wasnt really sh_t talking, but it was none Bronco D on the radio.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by frerottenextelway View Post
                Listening to ESPN radio most of the day, not one Denver defensive player has been mentioned once. Except for von. Heh.
                The more fervently the media jacks off to the Seachickens' defense these next two weeks, the larger the chip on our defensive team's collective shoulder will grow.

                The undefeated McChiefs can tell you all about that.

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                • #9


                  25's No Champ.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Kaylore View Post
                      They did a special segment on Pot Roast on ESPN NFL insiders and on PTI Mike Wilbon mentioned he thought the defense deserved more credit for yesterdays performance saying the Broncos beat the Patriots in all phases.
                      There is a show called Amonte and Aton, it comes on later on 104.3 the Fan. They were just saying how impressive the Denver D has been since week 15 and how they are giving up fewer than 16 points.

                      So it looks like there is more and more credit being spread around. Of course all the success starts and ends with Manning but the other phases of the game are stepping up.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by theAPAOps5 View Post
                        There is a show called Amonte and Aton, it comes on later on 104.3 the Fan. They were just saying how impressive the Denver D has been since week 15 and how they are giving up fewer than 16 points.

                        So it looks like there is more and more credit being spread around. Of course all the success starts and ends with Manning but the other phases of the game are stepping up.
                        When did they start tackling at practice?

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                        • #13
                          And now we've mixed and matched our players so many times that offenses can be fooled.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by L.A. BRONCOS FAN View Post
                            The more fervently the media jacks off to the Seachickens' defense these next two weeks, the larger the chip on our defensive team's collective shoulder will grow.

                            The undefeated McChiefs can tell you all about that.
                            I would imagine the offense is going to get kind of sick of hearing it too. You'd think this is the greatest defense of all-time the way the media keeps slobbing their knobs. It's kind of amazing how much the media has always disrespected and disregarded the Broncos even when they are historically great. Even other low-exposure teams like the Seahawks get all the love when they are playing the Broncos.

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