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    64 Montgomery, Will C 6-3 304 31 9 Virginia Tech
    66 Ramirez, Manny C 6-3 320 31 8 Texas Tech
    31 Bolden, Omar CB 5-10 195 25 3 Arizona State
    32 Carter, Tony CB 5-9 175 28 6 Florida State
    25 Harris Jr., Chris CB 5-10 199 25 4 Kansas
    29 Roby, Bradley CB 5-11 192 22 R Ohio State
    21 Talib, Aqib CB 6-1 205 28 7 Kansas
    36 Webster, Kayvon CB 5-11 198 23 2 University of South Florida
    97 Jackson, Malik DE 6-5 293 24 3 Tennessee
    93 Smith, Quanterus DE 6-5 255 24 2 Western Kentucky
    94 Ware, DeMarcus DE 6-4 258 32 10 Troy
    95 Wolfe, Derek DE 6-5 285 24 3 Cincinnati
    76 Austin Jr., Marvin DT 6-2 312 25 4 North Carolina
    98 Knighton, Terrance DT 6-3 335 28 6 Temple
    96 Unrein, Mitch DT 6-4 306 27 4 Wyoming
    92 Williams, Sylvester DT 6-2 313 25 2 North Carolina
    74 Franklin, Orlando G 6-7 320 26 4 Miami (Fla.)
    63 Garland, Ben G 6-5 308 26 1 Air Force
    65 Vasquez, Louis G 6-5 335 27 6 Texas Tech
    8 McManus, Brandon K 6-3 201 23 1 Temple
    57 Barrow, Lamin LB 6-1 229 23 R LSU
    56 Irving, Nate LB 6-1 245 26 4 North Carolina State
    53 Johnson, Steven LB 6-1 237 26 3 Kansas
    54 Marshall, Brandon LB 6-1 238 25 3 Nevada
    55 McCray, Lerentee LB 6-3 249 24 2 Florida
    58 Miller, Von LB 6-3 250 25 4 Texas A&M
    46 Brewer, Aaron LS 6-5 230 24 3 San Diego State
    52 Nelson, Corey OLB 6-0 231 22 R Oklahoma
    79 Schofield, Michael OT 6-4 303 23 R Michigan
    4 Colquitt, Britton P 6-3 205 29 6 Tennessee
    18 Manning, Peyton QB 6-5 230 38 17 Tennessee
    17 Osweiler, Brock QB 6-8 240 23 3 Arizona State
    22 Anderson, C.J. RB 5-8 224 23 2 California
    28 Ball, Montee RB 5-10 215 23 2 Wisconsin
    35 Bibbs, Kapri RB 5-9 212 21 R Colorado State
    23 Hillman, Ronnie RB 5-10 195 23 3 San Diego State
    40 Thompson, Juwan RB 5-11 225 22 R Duke
    30 Bruton Jr., David S 6-2 217 27 6 Notre Dame
    38 Carter, Quinton S 6-1 200 26 4 Oklahoma
    26 Moore, Rahim S 6-1 195 24 4 UCLA
    43 Ward, T.J. SS 5-10 200 27 5 Oregon
    78 Clady, Ryan T 6-6 315 28 7 Boise State
    75 Clark, Chris T 6-5 305 29 6 Southern Mississippi
    71 Cornick, Paul T 6-6 310 25 1 North Dakota State
    85 Green, Virgil TE 6-5 255 26 4 Nevada
    84 Tamme, Jacob TE 6-3 230 29 7 Kentucky
    80 Thomas, Julius TE 6-5 250 26 4 Portland State
    19 Burse, Isaiah WR 5-10 188 22 R Fresno State
    12 Caldwell, Andre WR 6-0 200 29 7 Florida
    14 Latimer, Cody WR 6-2 215 22 R Indiana
    10 Sanders, Emmanuel WR 5-11 180 27 5 Southern Methodist
    88 Thomas, Demaryius WR 6-3 229 26 5 Georgia Tech
    83 Welker, Wes WR 5-9 185 33 11 Texas Tech
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    # NAME POS. HT. WT. AGE EXP. COLLEGE
    25 Arrington, Kyle CB 5-10 190 28 6 Hofstra
    39 Browner, Brandon CB 6-4 221 30 5 Oregon State
    21 Butler, Malcolm CB 5-11 190 24 R West Alabama
    37 Dennard, Alfonzo CB 5-10 200 25 3 Nebraska
    24 Revis, Darrelle CB 5-11 198 29 8 Pittsburgh
    26 Ryan, Logan CB 5-11 195 23 2 Rutgers
    43 Ebner, Nate DB 6-0 210 25 3 Ohio State
    30 Harmon, Duron DB 6-1 205 23 2 Rutgers
    32 McCourty, Devin DB 5-10 195 27 5 Rutgers
    27 Wilson, Tavon DB 6-0 215 24 3 Illinois
    95 Jones, Chandler DE 6-5 265 24 3 Syracuse
    50 Ninkovich, Rob DE 6-2 260 30 9 Purdue
    97 Branch, Alan DL 6-6 325 29 8 Michigan
    74 Easley, Dominique DL 6-2 290 22 R Florida
    90 Moore, Zach DL 6-6 275 24 R Concordia (St. Paul, Minn)
    98 Walker, Casey DL 6-1 335 24 1 Oklahoma
    75 Wilfork, Vince DL 6-2 325 32 11 Miami (Fla.)
    94 Jones, Chris DT 6-1 309 24 2 Bowling Green State
    46 Develin, James FB 6-3 255 26 2 Brown
    3 Gostkowski, Stephen K 6-1 215 30 9 Memphis
    52 Casillas, Jonathan LB 6-1 227 27 6 Wisconsin
    91 Collins, Jamie LB 6-3 250 25 2 Southern Mississippi
    54 Hightower, Dont'a LB 6-3 270 24 3 Alabama
    59 White, Chris LB 6-3 238 25 4 Mississippi State
    48 Aiken, Danny LS 6-4 255 26 4 Virginia
    61 Cannon, Marcus OL 6-5 335 26 4 Texas Christian
    63 Connolly, Dan OL 6-4 305 32 9 Southeast Missouri State
    71 Fleming, Cameron OL 6-6 325 22 R Stanford
    67 Kline, Josh OL 6-3 295 24 2 Kent State
    66 Stork, Bryan OL 6-4 310 23 R Florida State
    62 Wendell, Ryan OL 6-2 300 28 6 Fresno State
    55 Ayers, Akeem OLB 6-3 255 25 4 UCLA
    6 Allen, Ryan P 6-2 215 24 2 Louisiana Tech
    12 Brady, Tom QB 6-4 225 37 15 Michigan
    10 Garoppolo, Jimmy QB 6-2 225 23 R Eastern Illinois
    38 Bolden, Brandon RB 5-11 220 24 3 Mississippi
    35 Gray, Jonas RB 5-10 230 24 1 Notre Dame
    34 Vereen, Shane RB 5-10 205 25 4 California
    28 White, James RB 5-10 205 22 R Wisconsin
    23 Chung, Patrick S 5-11 210 27 6 Oregon
    29 Jones, Don S 5-11 205 24 2 Arkansas State
    65 Devey, Jordan T 6-6 317 26 1 Memphis
    77 Solder, Nate T 6-8 320 26 4 Colorado
    76 Vollmer, Sebastian T 6-8 320 30 6 Houston
    87 Gronkowski, Rob TE 6-6 265 25 5 Arizona
    47 Hoomanawanui, Michael TE 6-4 260 26 5 Illinois
    81 Wright, Tim TE 6-4 235 24 2 Rutgers
    80 Amendola, Danny WR 5-11 195 29 6 Texas Tech
    17 Dobson, Aaron WR 6-3 200 23 2 Marshall
    11 Edelman, Julian WR 5-10 200 28 6 Kent State
    19 LaFell, Brandon WR 6-3 210 27 5 LSU
    18 Slater, Matthew WR 6-0 210 29 7 UCLA
    84 Tyms, Brian WR 6-3 204 25 2 Florida A&M

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    Originally posted by Kaylore
    1. Win the turnover margin. This is the single most important part of the game. The Patriots have an above average team with clear weaknesses. The primary reason they are 6-2 is they are a league-best +11 in turnover margin for the year. That's 16 takeaways against 4 giveaways. If Denver wants to win this game, they have to hang onto the ball and get some turnovers. Even if neither side turns the ball over, Denver can count that as a win.


    Originally posted by Kaylore
    2. Run the Rock. Denver can really tire out the Patriots by attacking their 22nd ranked rush defense. Belichick likes to disguise coverage and use exotic blitzes. Denver has averaged 4.3 yards per rush the last three games, which bodes well against the Patriots 26th worst rush defense in yards per carry. Pounding the running game successfully will quickly wear their defense out and keep Brady and Gronk off the field.



    Originally posted by Kaylore
    3. Create negative plays. Denver needs to try get create negative plays on first and second down. The Patriots are a surprising 19th in the league in third down conversion percentage. Getting New England in the whole early will force them into third downs where they haven't been so great. Denver is ranked 10th in the league on third down defense, so it's a down they need to get to.



    Originally posted by Kaylore
    4. Protect the Red Zone. Denver needs to tighten up their red zone scoring defense. They are ranked 17th in allowing opponents to score TD's once in the redzone. The Patriots are 18th, and being at home, will have the advantage there, especially with Gronk coming into form. Not letting the Tight Ends beat them in the redzone will help hold New England to field goals instead of touchdowns.


    Originally posted by Kaylore
    5. Don't be intimidated. Denver needs to realize they are the better team. New England is banged up all over on defense. Their pass rush is purely scheme manufactured and there isn't one guy who can get there regularly. Once Denver figures New England out, they should be able to beat them. As long as the Broncos don't beat themselves and stay patient with their game plan, they can win this game.



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  • #2
    Virgil and Quinton Carter inactive.

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    • #3
      That's do this.

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      • #4
        Doug Kyed 3 hours ago 3:02 p.m.: The Patriots’ inactives are out. Cornerback Alfonzo Dennard, running back James White, defensive end Chandler Jones, offensive linemen Jordan Devey and Cameron Fleming, wide receiver Aaron Dobson and defensive end Zach Moore are inactive for the Patriots.

        Read more at: http://nesn.com/2014/11/patriots-bro...s-performance/

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        • #5
          The Orangemane welcomes you to this presentation of the National Football League
          The following thread is a copyrighted property of the OM and Taco John.
          Any b****ing, complaints about the players, coaches, or plays during the execution of this thread without the explicit consent and permission of Rabb is strictly prohibited

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          • #6
            The Rape! Bring it!

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              • #8
                Live Pregame WATCH http://www.denverbroncos.com/multime...3-5a4f1ddef7fc

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by strafen View Post
                  The Orangemane welcomes you to this presentation of the National Football League
                  The following thread is a copyrighted property of the OM and Taco John.
                  Any b****ing, complaints about the players, coaches, or plays during the execution of this thread without the explicit consent and permission of Rabb is strictly prohibited
                  I predict a a close game.... And this thread will be full of bitches.

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                  • #10
                    I suppose i'll be the one to say it this week:

                    Unleaaseh LATIMER!

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                    • #11
                      Where's seed reaver with the link

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                      • #12
                        Player Arrivals

                        Broncos get set to take on the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
                        WATCH http://www.denverbroncos.com/multime...c-3decce6b218c

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                        • #13
                          Really need to take care of business today.

                          Go Broncos

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                          • #14
                            It's time to kick these mother****ers asses

                            I hate the patriots fans - I hope they all choke on a dick and die

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                            • #15
                              I am surprised no Green considering the fact that running the ball will basically be mandatory today.

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