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  • loborugger
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    Originally posted by Arkie View Post
    Been to 7 Super Bowls which is an average of 1 in every 7 Super Bowls.
    How about been to 7 SBs and have only managed to win two of them...

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  • CHEF LUIGI
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    Originally posted by Chrissy Rules View Post
    Peytons number 8 minus 1 equal 7
    ...but PFM's # is 18, not 8.

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  • Tom H.
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    So the Broncos will get the 8th one for free?

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  • CHEF LUIGI
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    john Elway, #7.
    He Rules.

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  • rmsanger
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  • CHEF LUIGI
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    not too "seveny"

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  • Rohirrim
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    In Scripture, seven symbolizes completeness or perfection. On the seventh day God rested from his labors and creation is finished (Gn 2:2). Pharaoh in his dream saw seven cattle coming from the Nile (41:2). Samson’s sacred Nazirite locks were braided in seven plaits (Jgs 16:13). Seven devils left Mary of Magdala, signifying the totality of her previous possession by Satan (Lk 8:2); "seven other devils" will enter the purified but vacant life of a person (Mt 12:45). However, on the positive side, there were the seven spirits of God (Rv 3:1). In the seventh year the Hebrew slave was to be freed (Ex 21:2), having completed his time of captivity and service. Every seventh year was a sabbatical year (Lv 25:4). Seven times seven reiterates the sense of completeness. In the Year of Jubilee (at the completion of 7 x 7 years = the 50th year), all land is freed and returns to the original owners (Lv 25:10). Pentecost, the Feast of Weeks, is seven times seven days after Passover. "Seventy," which is literally "sevens" in Hebrew, strengthens the concept of perfection. There are 70 elders (Ex 24:1) in Israel. Israel was exiled to Babylon for 70 years (Jer 25:12) to complete its punishment. "Seventy times seven" (Mt 18:22) reiterates this still further. The Lord was not giving Peter a mathematical number of times that he should forgive another person, but rather was insisting on limitless forgiveness for a brother’s sin. http://www.biblewheel.com/Topics/Seven_Meaning.php

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  • BroncoBuff
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    Dammit Buff, no. That song is from the TV show "Here Come the Brides" ...
    Which was adapted from the movie "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"

    Some of my lyrics mightta been wrong too.......
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  • BroncoBuff
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    I think that's the show with the theme song "Seattle"
    The bluest skys I ever seen was in See-attle
    And them hills a greeny dream in See-attle
    Like a few of them child
    Growing up trees and wild
    Full of laughter full of jeers
    Full egg creams to last them years
    in See-attle

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  • Taco John
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  • broncocalijohn
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    I dont want to play this game yet.

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  • Arkie
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    Been to 7 Super Bowls which is an average of 1 in every 7 Super Bowls.

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  • Garcia Bronco
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    Originally posted by rugbythug View Post
    7
    1977
    1987
    1997
    7*7=XLIX

    Its already done.
    Not to shabby.
    1977 - played in 78
    1987 - played in 88
    1997 - Played in 98
    7*7=XLIX - doesn't fit in the series.

    This is shabby .

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  • B-Large
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    I wonder if John Fox will wear a clown suit on the sidelines next season?

    He sure did Manning a favor with that presser.....

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  • rugbythug
    started a topic the rule of seven

    the rule of seven

    7
    1977
    1987
    1997
    7*7=XLIX

    Its already done.
    Not to shabby.
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