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  • #31
    Originally posted by Agamemnon View Post
    Cool and that will all go to DT, OJ, Decker, and DRC. How are we improving our roster again?
    Ah, now I see what the problem is.

    You want the team to sign DT and Julius Thomas a year early while they're still under contract?

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    • #32
      Originally posted by fontaine View Post
      No we're not.

      The people who aren't having a melt down realize the team is going to be $27million under the cap with Champ/Kuper/Dressen all cut in the offseason.

      But please, continue your decent into senseless despair.
      Thank you oh voice of reason.. If these people are really fans of the team...It's enough to make you wonder why there are blissfully unaware of these facts...BUT then again...both of the chicken littles are redflagged by their join dates. They seriously need to consider who can and can not start a thread on the Mane. We need a flood to cleanse/flush the trolls and wash them all out to Arizona bay..




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      • #33
        Originally posted by fontaine View Post
        No we're not.

        The people who aren't having a melt down realize the team is going to be $27million under the cap with Champ/Kuper/Dressen all cut in the offseason.

        But please, continue your decent into senseless despair.
        http://overthecap.com/teamcap.php?Te...ncos&Year=2013

        Looks more like $14. Without either of our best CB's coming into this season. And Decker shopping around.

        Pretty tough to see how we'll have the cap to make some kind of big improvement over the 12-13 Broncos.

        And after next year the wheels really fall off.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by fontaine View Post
          Ah, now I see what the problem is.

          You want the team to sign DT and Julius Thomas a year early while they're still under contract?
          Sorry man, it's just not good business to let every player play himself into free agency. Most teams like to extend keepers while still under contract. Because it makes the most sense. That will also cost $$$.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
            http://overthecap.com/teamcap.php?Te...ncos&Year=2013

            Looks more like $14. Without either of our best CB's coming into this season. And Decker shopping around.

            Pretty tough to see how we'll have the cap to make some kind of big improvement over the 12-13 Broncos.

            And after next year the wheels really fall off.
            That link is for the 2013 year.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Armchair Bronco View Post
              Guys, I hate to break it to you, but Manning has been a hired gun from Day 1. Sure, it was nice to see him suit up in orange, but at the end of the day, the guy is Colt, not a home grown Bronco.

              For 2 years Denver benefited from having Manning setting one record after another, but the fact is: Manning would have lit things up pretty much ANYWHERE else as well. Don't think that Denver was the *ONLY* place where he could have worked his magic. Hell, even Peter Carroll wanted to recruit him.

              I like Manning; he and Elway made the franchise relevant again after the Shannyham years and the McStalin fiasco. But Manning was never a long-term solution. He'll play for Denver 1 more year, and then that will be that. Denver has one more chance to win a SB before Peyton retires. After that, it's back to rebuilding mode.
              Damn, I didn't know this!

              I thought the Broncos signed Manning to play QB for the next ten years!

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              • #37
                Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                Sorry man, it's just not good business to let every player play himself into free agency. Most teams like to extend keepers while still under contract. Because it makes the most sense. That will also cost $$$.
                Pretty much this.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by fontaine View Post
                  That link is for the 2013 year.
                  As if theoretical future caps mean something?

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by fontaine View Post
                    Ah, now I see what the problem is.

                    You want the team to sign DT and Julius Thomas a year early while they're still under contract?
                    No, I am thinking about the next two seasons. Not just next year.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Agamemnon View Post
                      This post really is the worst. The Broncos just suffered their worst loss ever. How about you shut the **** up and let the fans be rightfully angry about the highest scoring offense ever only managing 8 points in the Super Bowl? You ****ing douchebag.
                      You aren't old enough to remember the 80s.

                      This was NOTHING, buddy. You have no concept of when we lost 3 Super Bowls in 4 years, including a 55-10 blowout against San Fran.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                        Sorry man, it's just not good business to let every player play himself into free agency. Most teams like to extend keepers while still under contract. Because it makes the most sense. That will also cost $$$.
                        This too. If we can get them extended for less a year early it is vastly smarter than waiting until they are free agents.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Agamemnon View Post
                          What are you, retarded? This team was favored to win this game. It is a vastly worse loss than the 55-10 beating from one of the all-time great teams. And that Ravens game? Get the **** out of here. If you don't get how terrible this loss is you seriously have mental issues.
                          I agree with BroncoRob. Game over. Move on. It doesn't matter if they were favored or how big the loss was. If anything, a loss like this forces one to look clearly, not emotionally, about where this team lacks the talent to compete at the very highest level.

                          I feared what happened. The defense with its inability to bring pressure and then how it plays soft in the back end was a real concern all year long. You match that up against a defense who had the ability to cover tightly, bring consistent pressure without exposing itself with blitzes, bring physical punishment to the wide recievers and get Manning off the field was the perfect storm. Injuries were certainly a factor but it is what it is.

                          Seattle did what it needed to do to neutralize Manning. This is an age old game plan with any great QB. Disrupt him, bring the pressure. This places a great amount of pressure on the Bronco defense which did what it could without enough talent to force turnovers.

                          This is very much like the 80s where the NFC had much better top defenses than the AFC. It was painfully obvious then as it is now.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Agamemnon View Post
                            What are you, retarded? This team was favored to win this game. It is a vastly worse loss than the 55-10 beating from one of the all-time great teams. And that Ravens game? Get the **** out of here. If you don't get how terrible this loss is you seriously have mental issues.
                            You have no clue. You are obviously not old enough to remember the 1980s teams... 3 Super Bowl losses in 4 years eclipses this by a mile.

                            Just stop!

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by dsmoot View Post
                              This is an age old game plan with any great QB. Disrupt him, bring the pressure. This places a great amount of pressure on the Bronco defense which did what it could without enough talent to force turnovers.
                              When you can pressure a QB with a 3-man rush, it's not the defense that's great, it's that your OL sucks old, dried donkey balls.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post
                                Sorry man, it's just not good business to let every player play himself into free agency. Most teams like to extend keepers while still under contract. Because it makes the most sense. That will also cost $$$.
                                Not good business according to who? You?

                                The salary cap is designed to create parity.

                                The way you beat that restriction is by buying low - Knighton, Phillips, Trevathan, Clark, Franklin, Ball, DRC etc.

                                DT and Julius Thomas have already capped out their FA value because of the numbers they've put up this year so getting more production out of them cheap for 2014 and then resigning them is the way to go.

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