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  1. I think it's a mix of execution and playcalling. Sure, the players had a bad day, but at some point you have to try different things to see if SOMETHING is going to work/help the players overcome whatever they were facing. That's where I think Shula fell a bit short, particularly in the passing game after seeing what kind of pressure Denver was getting all game. That said, I agree that the offense had opportunities and that a better day execution-wise could have beaten Denver. Heck, changing nothing except the outcome of those Cam's two fumbles - even keeping the sacks themselves - or even only Tolbert's fumble completely changes the complexion of the game.
  2. Defend the dumbest things being said about Cam

    When the Broncos have felt the urge to say something publicly, he's what many of them have been talking about as well...
  3. My take on the Cam Newton fumble.

    Had Cam fallen on it, Carolina could have punted, stopped the Denver offense (they'd been doing it the entire half), and theoretically gotten the ball back still down by only 6 with some time on the clock. Long shot? Absolutely, but not necessarily impossible. I'm as baffled as anyone as to why, but I'm not mad at Cam - things happen, and one play never truly decides a game. Just pointing out that Denver recovering that ball in a position to get pretty much-guaranteed points did effectively end the game.
  4. "Show me a good loser... "

    Bet that little fact never gets mentioned...
  5. Alfred Morris? If Stew is gone...

    I don't think Morris would fall into the "bargain bin" category.
  6. Who Should Go or not resign

    Most of those guys are FAs (Tolbert, Harper, Finnegan, McClain) and others are simply unteneable at their respective salaries (CJ, Allen). Nothing over the top in this thread thus far.
  7. Blandino on the no catch call

    You're thinking of the dropped TD in Cincy - Jones was right there, but a seemingly catchable ball. Would have been a game-winner.
  8. Big Daryl Williams....

    Fixed it for you.
  9. Kansas City Royals Tweets Panthers

    After experiencing the World Series win this year I had my hopes... alas, it wasn't meant to be. A lot of similarities between the Royals and Panthers, not the least of which is riling up the rest of their respective leagues by having fun while they play.
  10. Maybe, but probably not. Would be an interesting narrative though.
  11. The story of the game in GIF format

    Holy crap - that almost looks fake.
  12. Kony Ealy

    Kony just kept running - guy was on an absolute mission. Was it Peyton that ultimately tackled him?
  13. Mike Remmers

    Agree 100% with these, and Von Miller is one of the elite pass rushers in the league. There aren't many guys that CAN consistently go toe-to-toe every play, and that's what bums me so much... it's not like Shula and Co. didn't know that Miller was going to be playing and on a mission to terrorize Cam as much as possible.
  14. Kony in the Super Bowl, largely because he's been a bit polarizing (unfairly IMO) in the past but clearly came to play last night. Guy's a baller.
  15. Blandino on the no catch call

    To my eyes, it touched but didn't move due to the contact... which is a catch by NFL rules. It did move a bit as he was rolling over, but it was nowhere near the ground and never touched again. No idea what is a catch these days.