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  • #2
    Much like Wilson made it a point to say the Broncos suck now and into the future cause the trade clause statement, Rodgers also won’t want to come to a team starting a 3 year rebuild. He’d retire if he ends up in a bad team.


    Broncos will be in line of the Teddy tier yet again. Maybe if they are lucky the Matt Ryan/Cousins tier.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by The1percentKid View Post
      Much like Wilson made it a point to say the Broncos suck now and into the future cause the trade clause statement, Rodgers also won’t want to come to a team starting a 3 year rebuild. He’d retire if he ends up in a bad team.


      Broncos will be in line of the Teddy tier yet again. Maybe if they are lucky the Matt Ryan/Cousins tier.
      I think Tebow & the game against Pittsburgh got Manning here, with Elway’s persuasion of course.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Shellback88 View Post

        I think Tebow & the game against Pittsburgh got Manning here, with Elway’s persuasion of course.
        elway , demarius and the fact denver won the division at 8-8. mainly the division

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ceh View Post

          elway , demarius and the fact denver won the division at 8-8. mainly the division
          Yep. That’s one thing to root for a positive year and not just go tankathon.

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          • #6
            I don't think Karen Rodgers would be that big of a draw here anymore. As time goes on, I'm glad we didn't give up the house for either him or Watson.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Old Dude View Post
              I don't think Karen Rodgers would be that big of a draw here anymore. As time goes on, I'm glad we didn't give up the house for either him or Watson.
              Agreed. While he undeniably has upside (he can play football at a high level), the downside is similar to Kaepernick.The publicity, drama, and prima donna limelight-seeking makes it questionable whether that improved QB play would be worth it in the long run. I mean, he's pouted in GB and there is zero reason to believe he wouldn't pout in Denver too.

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              • #8
                Plus -- if disregarding covid rules has put Lock into coaches' doghouse, then it would make no sense to pursue another QB who is just as likely to disregard covid rules, but has too big a name and too hefty a price tag to relegate to the bench.

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                • #9
                  Unless someone emerges as a new Von Miller... (Which even Von couldn't do in Stupidgio's read and react scheme.) Who wants to come to come to the Broncos?

                  Might as well admit Broncos are the new scum of the AFC. Gonna take 3+ years of successful rebuilding to make a top QB want to even entertain us as a possibility.

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                  • #10
                    Rodgers needs a pretty loaded team to be elite, he’s not manning.. he isn’t coming to this mess.

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                    • #11
                      Paton’s like, “No thanks, we’re good.”

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                      • #12
                        sigh....the si.com Broncos guys are yellow journalist rumor mongers of the worst kind.

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                        • #13
                          I suspect we were getting played as a bargaining chip.

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                          • #14
                            I'd say Denver is still the most likely destination for Rodgers. What happened to all of you guys saying you had the best roster in football minus a QB? what changed?

                            Also..."Rodgers would retire before coming to a 3 year rebuild" WTF? Rodgers makes any team in the NFL an instant contender...

                            Andy Ried took a 2-14 Chiefs team, added Alex Smith and went to the playoffs the following year.......but Rodgers can't do that with your roster and a new/good coach?

                            It's plainto see that Denver isn't going to be picking high in a bad QB draft year...Rodgers will be available..your roster isn't that bad....He'll be a Bronco if he doesn't stay in GB.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Zerovoltz View Post
                              I'd say Denver is still the most likely destination for Rodgers. What happened to all of you guys saying you had the best roster in football minus a QB? what changed?
                              I don’t think many people were saying “the best”. That said, the roster definitely isn’t as good as many thought. What changed? Some players were perhaps overrated, some have underperformed, some haven’t progressed as expected, etc. Plus injuries.

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by Zerovoltz View Post
                                I'd say Denver is still the most likely destination for Rodgers. What happened to all of you guys saying you had the best roster in football minus a QB? what changed?

                                Also..."Rodgers would retire before coming to a 3 year rebuild" WTF? Rodgers makes any team in the NFL an instant contender...

                                Andy Ried took a 2-14 Chiefs team, added Alex Smith and went to the playoffs the following year.......but Rodgers can't do that with your roster and a new/good coach?

                                It's plainto see that Denver isn't going to be picking high in a bad QB draft year...Rodgers will be available..your roster isn't that bad....He'll be a Bronco if he doesn't stay in GB.
                                What do you mean “what changed”? The same thing that “changed” with your Chiefs’ amazing offensive line you couldn’t stop raving about all off-season.

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by Blueflame View Post
                                  Plus -- if disregarding covid rules has put Lock into coaches' doghouse, then it would make no sense to pursue another QB who is just as likely to disregard covid rules, but has too big a name and too hefty a price tag to relegate to the bench.
                                  This is the stupidest thing I have seen on this message board. Comparing Rodgers and Lock is like comparing Drew Brees and Trevor Seimian. Rodgers can do what he wants and teams will still want him. If Kapernick wasn't a backup before he pulled his nonsense he would still be in the NFL as well. His problem was he sucked at football even before he pulled his stunt.

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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by Zerovoltz View Post
                                    I'd say Denver is still the most likely destination for Rodgers. What happened to all of you guys saying you had the best roster in football minus a QB? what changed?

                                    Also..."Rodgers would retire before coming to a 3 year rebuild" WTF? Rodgers makes any team in the NFL an instant contender...

                                    Andy Ried took a 2-14 Chiefs team, added Alex Smith and went to the playoffs the following year.......but Rodgers can't do that with your roster and a new/good coach?

                                    It's plainto see that Denver isn't going to be picking high in a bad QB draft year...Rodgers will be available..your roster isn't that bad....He'll be a Bronco if he doesn't stay in GB.
                                    The crowd is fickle lol. It’s a franchise QB league. I think Broncos need a new coaching staff (a few can stay), and a franchise QB. Some similarities to when Manning came aboard.
                                    Last edited by Shellback88; 11-06-2021, 10:33 PM.

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                                    • #19
                                      You mouth breathers are so pathetic that the KC fan is throwing some pity and hope our way. Man up.

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                                      • #20
                                        Originally posted by Zerovoltz View Post
                                        I'd say Denver is still the most likely destination for Rodgers. What happened to all of you guys saying you had the best roster in football minus a QB? what changed?

                                        Also..."Rodgers would retire before coming to a 3 year rebuild" WTF? Rodgers makes any team in the NFL an instant contender...

                                        Andy Ried took a 2-14 Chiefs team, added Alex Smith and went to the playoffs the following year.......but Rodgers can't do that with your roster and a new/good coach?

                                        It's plainto see that Denver isn't going to be picking high in a bad QB draft year...Rodgers will be available..your roster isn't that bad....He'll be a Bronco if he doesn't stay in GB.
                                        As ugly as this team has played and with all the injuries, despite everything, if Teddy doesn’t throw an INT at the end of the Pittsburgh game, and the D makes a stop at the end of the Browns game, this team currently has the best record in the AFC.

                                        This is why many of us wanted Rodgers or Watson, they could’ve made enough plays to make a significant difference this year.

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                                        • #21
                                          Originally posted by 76er View Post

                                          This is the stupidest thing I have seen on this message board. Comparing Rodgers and Lock is like comparing Drew Brees and Trevor Seimian. Rodgers can do what he wants and teams will still want him. If Kapernick wasn't a backup before he pulled his nonsense he would still be in the NFL as well. His problem was he sucked at football even before he pulled his stunt.
                                          There is no need to launch personal insults just because you lack reading comprehension.

                                          Drew Lock disregarded league covid rules. This is a fact.

                                          Aaron Rodgers disregarded league covid rules. This is also a fact

                                          Both players had to/have to quarantine and miss playing time as the direct result. In Lock's case, the Broncos were required to play a game with no QBs. In Rodgers' case, he probably just gifted a win to KC that they do not deserve.

                                          No. one. compared the talent levels of Lock and Rodgers. That's like comparing Tim Tebow to Peyton Manning. Get real.

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                                          • #22
                                            Fact: no talented QB especially a QB at the end of their career is coming to Denver with this offensive line. We need to focus on the oline and build from there

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                                            • #23
                                              Originally posted by Blueflame View Post

                                              There is no need to launch personal insults just because you lack reading comprehension.

                                              Drew Lock disregarded league covid rules. This is a fact.

                                              Aaron Rodgers disregarded league covid rules. This is also a fact

                                              Both players had to/have to quarantine and miss playing time as the direct result. In Lock's case, the Broncos were required to play a game with no QBs. In Rodgers' case, he probably just gifted a win to KC that they do not deserve.

                                              No. one. compared the talent levels of Lock and Rodgers. That's like comparing Tim Tebow to Peyton Manning. Get real.
                                              You’re leaving out on big difference. Lock missed a game because he broke covid rules. Benched/suspended/covid protocol whatever they called it. Rodgers is NOT suspended or benched. He’s missing the game because he has covid. Lock was negative. Even if Rodgers was vaxxed it could’ve ended the same way like other packers vaxxed players testing positive. Still missing the KC game. Rodgers will be fine. There is no suspension. And he won’t be suspended. If anything it will be a fine if he broke rules.
                                              Last edited by The1percentKid; 11-07-2021, 08:43 AM.

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                                              • #24
                                                Originally posted by The1percentKid View Post

                                                You’re leaving out on big difference. Lock missed a game because he broke covid rules. Benched/suspended/covid protocol whatever they called it. Rodgers is NOT suspended or benched. He’s missing the game because he has covid. Lock was negative. Even if Rodgers was vaxxed it could’ve ended the same way like other packers vaxxed players testing positive. Still missing the KC game. Rodgers will be fine. There is no suspension. And he won’t be suspended. If anything it will be a fine if he broke rules.
                                                Whatever. I don't see a difference re: cavalier attitude toward league rules.

                                                And on edit -- Lock obviously learned nothing whatsoever from his first covid exposure.
                                                Last edited by Blueflame; 11-07-2021, 09:21 AM.

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                                                • #25
                                                  Originally posted by Blueflame View Post

                                                  Whatever. I don't see a difference re: cavalier attitude toward league rules.

                                                  And on edit -- Lock obviously learned nothing whatsoever from his first covid exposure.
                                                  Totally agree with the bolded. The only difference is that GB is a winning team with a ( bunch of ) Owners that would howl bloody murder if Karen
                                                  gets suspended, for deliberately violating league covid rules. Rodgers is even whining about being called out for it instead of manning up
                                                  and admitting he did it. At least Lock took responsibility for a mistake. The diva is too big a celebrity to even do that.

                                                  I hope he gets fined a huge amount for deliberately ignoring covid rules repeatedly since training camp. A fine isn't really enough, IMO.


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