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  • It’s so nice to be back on top of the division…

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  • #2
    Holy shit look whose on the Broncos Board..... good news!

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    • #3
      Yeah it is!!

      Go Broncos!!

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      • #4
        I hope Chiefs Planet is a mess of humanity with stories of relapse to Meth or Heroin or whatever after that very big, very beautiful loss....

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        • #5
          That was such a good game, and watching Lamar gut them over and over gave me much pleasure.

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          • R8R H8R
            R8R H8R commented
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            Welcome back!

        • #6
          This is my worry though. Can TBW put up the TD's to keep up with the KC, TB, Balt. teams ? Or is it that our D is so good he won't have to ?

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          • #7
            Originally posted by quoydogs View Post
            This is my worry though. Can TBW put up the TD's to keep up with the KC, TB, Balt. teams ? Or is it that our D is so good he won't have to ?
            everybody thought the Panthers would roll in 2015 Super Bowl- they didn't.

            This offense can be ball control and bleed the clock, and TBW appears to have the skills to beat defenses by a thousands cuts. We'll have to play near perfect games to beat the top tier teams, but I think were closer than we have been for 4 seasons...

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            • #8
              Originally posted by B-Large View Post

              everybody thought the Panthers would roll in 2015 Super Bowl- they didn't.

              This offense can be ball control and bleed the clock, and TBW appears to have the skills to beat defenses by a thousands cuts. We'll have to play near perfect games to beat the top tier teams, but I think were closer than we have been for 4 seasons...
              Oh we are by far closer for sure.

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              • #9
                Originally posted by quoydogs View Post

                Oh we are by far closer for sure.
                feels good- I still think we end up 3rd/ 4th in the division in 2021, but this team appears to have so much more direction that any team post Manning. I sure would TBW to be a fixture for a few years if this is indicative of what we can do. excited about the season, very much so!

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                • #10
                  Originally posted by B-Large View Post

                  feels good- I still think we end up 3rd/ 4th in the division in 2021, but this team appears to have so much more direction that any team post Manning. I sure would TBW to be a fixture for a few years if this is indicative of what we can do. excited about the season, very much so!
                  I'm excited about what I've seen and a bit surprised by TBW. I will wait to celebrate until I see what he does against Ravens. If we beat them then I'm going to get a serious hard on for sure.

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                  • #11
                    Originally posted by quoydogs View Post

                    I'm excited about what I've seen and a bit surprised by TBW. I will wait to celebrate until I see what he does against Ravens. If we beat them then I'm going to get a serious hard on for sure.
                    I'm very surprised by TBW- to be honest I don't know much about him, just thought Lock was a much better overall physical talent. Hard not to like the guy, seems the offense reponds to him. All good right now

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by B-Large View Post
                      I hope Chiefs Planet is a mess of humanity with stories of relapse to Meth or Heroin or whatever after that very big, very beautiful loss....
                      🤣

                      With a story about some Chorfs fan getting his mullet stuck in the serpentine belt while working on his Camaro sprinkled in for good measure.

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                      • #13
                        The Broncos need to come out of the Ravens/Steelers games no worse than 1-1. They need to win at least 1 so they can go into the raider game with a chance to either tie up the division again, or take the lead.

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                        • #14
                          I was walking with my son and he said that he could finally wear the Bronco hat he has had since last Christmas. He wears it all the time so I was confused. I said "it's a flex fit hat, it should have fit all along" and he said, "No, it's not that, they are finally winning!".

                          I give the kid credit for wearing it and his other Broncos gear like I did when they had down years.

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by R8R H8R View Post
                            The Broncos need to come out of the Ravens/Steelers games no worse than 1-1. They need to win at least 1 so they can go into the raider game with a chance to either tie up the division again, or take the lead.
                            We should win the steelers game. They have looked flat all year and their D is not good. I'm very concerned about the ravens game. This in my opinion is the game that will tell our season. Can our D hold a high powered offense like that to 3 td's or less and Teddy put enough points on the board to beat them . The time management thing has worked so far but teams like KC , Balt, Tb all put up huge points and seem to do it against anyone they play against.

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                            • #16
                              Originally posted by quoydogs View Post

                              We should win the steelers game. They have looked flat all year and their D is not good. I'm very concerned about the ravens game. This in my opinion is the game that will tell our season. Can our D hold a high powered offense like that to 3 td's or less and Teddy put enough points on the board to beat them . The time management thing has worked so far but teams like KC , Balt, Tb all put up huge points and seem to do it against anyone they play against.
                              Seriously how do you defend against Jackson? He rips off 30yard runs at will and can extend plays for 10 seconds without ever getting close to taking a sack. Denver will have to play the perfect game to beat Baltimore, and I don't think we're there yet. My hope is that we don't get embarrassed and that we learn from the game. Would be great to see the offense take advantage of their secondary, but will need to keep Queen off Bridgewater to do so.

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                              • #17
                                this is great. Jets being roasted by a 12 year old

                                https://twitter.com/edsbs/status/144...048451086?s=10

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                              • #18
                                Originally posted by Samiwindr View Post

                                Seriously how do you defend against Jackson? He rips off 30yard runs at will and can extend plays for 10 seconds without ever getting close to taking a sack. Denver will have to play the perfect game to beat Baltimore, and I don't think we're there yet. My hope is that we don't get embarrassed and that we learn from the game. Would be great to see the offense take advantage of their secondary, but will need to keep Queen off Bridgewater to do so.
                                Actually, I think we match up well with them.

                                Lamar Jackson plays like he's trying to win a Heisman. He runs as much as he does because he knows his limitations as a passer and that he's not a throw it around the field type of talent, so he figures why risk throwing the ball when he can just tuck it and run to be safe. Then people talk about his "combined yardage". When was the last time anyone talked about Mahomes combined yardage, or Rodgers combined yardages? Running is a big part of his game because it has to be. The key to the gameplan is to keep him from running wild and let his arm beat you.

                                So with that, I think our secondary is good enough to neutralize their receivers, which is really Brown, Watkins, and the TE Andrews. For context, those three combined account for 28 of Jackson's 37 completions (76%) and 399 of his total 474 passing yards (84%). With the backend covered, they can focus on the pass rush and contain. Their RBs are, to be nice, below average so unless there's a huge brainfart next week, they shouldn't be factors at all.

                                They're not the Chiefs with weapons all over the place, so it's definitely a winnable game IMO, especially at home. Other than QB, we have way better skill players from top to bottom, and even still, Bridgewater playing the efficient ball he has closes the gap there.


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                                • R8R H8R
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                                  It is a winnable game for sure esp since they are a bit banged up. I just worry if slowing down L.J. is easier said than done.

                                • winstoncup bronco
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                                  Well everything is easier said than done of course, but the roadmap is there.

                                  Remember, this team is built on both sides of the ball to keep up with the Chiefs, which is probably the only benefit of having them in your division. We are built to take on the best team in football, with the speed and talent on offense, and the secondary and pass rush on defense, and the Ravens don't have near the talent the Chiefs do, so I do like our chances more than most I guess.

                              • #19
                                Originally posted by Samiwindr View Post

                                Seriously how do you defend against Jackson? He rips off 30yard runs at will and can extend plays for 10 seconds without ever getting close to taking a sack. Denver will have to play the perfect game to beat Baltimore, and I don't think we're there yet. My hope is that we don't get embarrassed and that we learn from the game. Would be great to see the offense take advantage of their secondary, but will need to keep Queen off Bridgewater to do so.
                                Yes, I agree. One thing I will say is if anyone can schematically defend him, it may be Fangio. I'm no guru, but it seems to me is the key is slowing down Jackson would be to shut down the RPO even if you have to concede something else. I am sure that is what everyone says, and probably easier said than done. This is the game we could really use Jewell as he is as smart as they come, but oh well.

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