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Tebow is better than Clausen

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Now I see why he was selected higher. Denver sucks, like us, but The Golden Calf of Bristol is finding ways to make plays.

If they do somehow pick first, they won't take Luck.

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No but they could trade down if they got it. The Golden Calf of Bristol is nice though, he looks really good.

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What's sad for Josh McDaniels is, had he played the guy he drafted earlier, he would still have a job today.

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This game just shows you what happens if you play with fire. Clausen has not broke 200 yards passing and The Golden Calf of Bristol has already broke 300 in just his second start. Clausen is Garbage:iagree:

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But but but Clausen is a rookie on a bad team with a lame duck coach, terrible coaching staff and mediocre receivers...Oh wait so is The Golden Calf of Bristol. What else can Clausen lovers possibly cling to at this point?

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Oh poo, and his top RB today was Correll Buckhalter. He still threw for 300 yards.

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The Golden Calf of Bristol also has a better OC calling plays for him. His receivers however aren't anything special yet he manages to get the ball to them downfield.

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The Golden Calf of Bristol also has a better OC calling plays for him.

Eeeeeeehhh, wouldn't go that far :sosp:

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Yeah. Yeah.

The Golden Calf of Bristol is better than Clausen.

Infact, The Golden Calf of Bristol is better than Luck.:sifone:

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