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  • orinjkrush
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    It is what it is.

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  • Broncobiv
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    Originally posted by orinjkrush View Post
    BUmp
    Oh boy, someone else wants Internet props for voting against our team and being correct.

    Congrats? Go **** yourself? What exactly do you want to gain from this "bump"?

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  • orinjkrush
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    BUmp

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  • whoeey
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    Originally posted by NorthernistCaliforneeway7 View Post
    If I had a gun to my head...

    Broncos vs Pats......Broncos win 28-24
    Sounds about right to me. I think cheaters take a 10-0 lead with a special teams td + turnover fg.

    Then Broncos absolutely drop smackdown of fury on them til garbage time. PFM 3tds

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  • NorCalBronco7
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    If I had a gun to my head...

    Broncos vs Pats......Broncos win 28-24

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  • Kid A
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    Originally posted by SonOfLe-loLang View Post
    I wonder how Denver would have fared against Peyton's colts in '05. My guess is the ass raping of a lifetime. Though I'd be curious to see how he handled the 11 man front.
    Yeah, probably. 2003: 41-10 2004: 49-24 Maybe '05 would have been the year we lost by just 21?

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  • BroncoBeavis
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    Originally posted by Kid A View Post
    lmao

    That special Mane brand of pessimism that considers it obvious that a 10-6 Ravens team that finished third in its own division has a better chance against NE than a significantly better Denver team would.

    Ironically, that Ravens team lost by 20 when they played @ Pittsburgh in week 9...and somehow won there in the playoffs?? Almost as if a one game sample tells us very little about a matchup when both teams are good?

    Winning in NE is a tall task for any team. Denver is as up for it as anyone will be. But hopefully Baltimore surprises me and gifts us homefield. Of course, last time I thought that way was 05 when we were so "lucky" to have Pitt knock off Indy for us...
    It didn't work out, but we were still lucky Pitt beat Indy. Whatever chance we had to beat PIT in that AFCCG, divide it by 10 for the '05 Broncos going back to Indy.

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  • 2KBack
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    Originally posted by SonOfLe-loLang View Post
    I wonder how Denver would have fared against Peyton's colts in '05. My guess is the ass raping of a lifetime. Though I'd be curious to see how he handled the 11 man front.
    Would have looked identical to the previous 2 years

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  • SonOfLe-loLang
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    Originally posted by LikeABoss5820 View Post
    Im just saying if NE wins this weekend, they'll make the SB.

    Bal is the only one who has a shot to beat them if not at worst give them a game in NE.
    Youre letting your broncos fandom pessimism shine through. I dont believe the Ravens have a "better" shot than us. I'm not sure how good they even are. Then again, i didnt think they were all that good in 2012. I guess any team can get hot. Hell, the friggin giants won 2 super bowls

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  • SonOfLe-loLang
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    Originally posted by Kid A View Post
    lmao

    That special Mane brand of pessimism that considers it obvious that a 10-6 Ravens team that finished third in its own division has a better chance against NE than a significantly better Denver team would.

    Ironically, that Ravens team lost by 20 when they played @ Pittsburgh in week 9...and somehow won there in the playoffs?? Almost as if a one game sample tells us very little about a matchup when both teams are good?

    Winning in NE is a tall task for any team. Denver is as up for it as anyone will be. But hopefully Baltimore surprises me and gifts us homefield. Of course, last time I thought that way was 05 when we were so "lucky" to have Pitt knock off Indy for us...
    I wonder how Denver would have fared against Peyton's colts in '05. My guess is the ass raping of a lifetime. Though I'd be curious to see how he handled the 11 man front.

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  • Kid A
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    lmao

    That special Mane brand of pessimism that considers it obvious that a 10-6 Ravens team that finished third in its own division has a better chance against NE than a significantly better Denver team would.

    Ironically, that Ravens team lost by 20 when they played @ Pittsburgh in week 9...and somehow won there in the playoffs?? Almost as if a one game sample tells us very little about a matchup when both teams are good?

    Winning in NE is a tall task for any team. Denver is as up for it as anyone will be. But hopefully Baltimore surprises me and gifts us homefield. Of course, last time I thought that way was 05 when we were so "lucky" to have Pitt knock off Indy for us...

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  • BMORE
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    Originally posted by ColoradoDarin View Post
    I guess since I have him on ignore it went over my head
    That's where he belongs!

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  • ColoradoDarin
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    Originally posted by BMORE View Post
    I'm making fun or Armchair...
    I guess since I have him on ignore it went over my head

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  • L.A. BRONCOS FAN
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    Originally posted by CHEF LUIGI View Post
    Valid concern.
    but lets hope our team is focused onthe here and now and not looking beyond this sunday
    its stoopid to be discussing anything other than the colts
    Stupid for the players and coaches, OK for the fans.

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  • ram29jackson
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    Originally posted by Broncobiv View Post
    Well **** you too. Have a little faith, Broncos fan.
    faith is pointless in this realm. The NFL already knows who's winning

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