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TonyN

Denver #1 in sacks allowed and QB hits...can the Cats get to him?

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Norman better get ready to get battle tested and start catching some int so he doesn't throw that way.

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Yeah... because all of us Denver Broncos fans should be judged based on a couple of posts by some chuckleheads on a forum. The internet must be serious business guy.

No, you should be judged for thinking Tim Tebow is a QB in this league.

I mean really.

lol

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Out of all the teams left on our schedule this is by far the hardest, IMO. Our secondary is so young they will get eaten alive by Peyton's audibles. The only chance we have is if we completely dominate the line.

Yes, I'm worried about the audibles too. I doubt we have the experience on D right now to use many disguised coverages. So I'm worried about lining up and Peyton knowing exactly what to change the play to to burn us.

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We have to get quick pressure on him consistently or he'll tear our DBs a new a-hole.

If we do things like... stay in the same base cover over and over and don't get the DLine in his face, then we're fuged.

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Not to beat a dead horse, but it's hard to sack someone when the longest they hold the ball is like 3 seconds. We will see....I'm crossing my fingers and hoping the team can keep winning. Would be nice if they make an epic run after such a bad start; it would be nice, but if "if" was a 1/5th...we would all be drunk right now.

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Not to beat a dead horse, but it's hard to sack someone when the longest they hold the ball is like 3 seconds.

At most.

Most of this throws are gone before 2 seconds.

We have our work cut out for us, but you have to believe.

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I think we'll need to move Smith around and make it hard for them to key on him. Denver plays a very aggressive style of defense and aren't afraid to leave their CBs in man. Fox knows better than to leave Smitty to one guy, so we need to disrupt that scheme by moving him all over the place - preferably in the slot, where Welker gave them headaches. It's a good week to have Gettis back.

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Norman better get ready to get battle tested and start catching some int so he doesn't throw that way.

I want to see Norman play more press coverage. It seem like everytime I see him pre-snap, he's giving his man a five to ten yard cushion. I want to see what Norman can really do in man-to-man coverage.

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Yeah... because all of us Denver Broncos fans should be judged based on a couple of posts by some chuckleheads on a forum. The internet must be serious business guy.

Both of u are lame by taking the time to go on another teams forum!

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the front four will not be enough, imo. that's a combination of denver's o-line and manning's ability. besides, with our mcderp-d giving denver receivers 15 yards of cushion, manning will eat up the field with 2 step drops 18 yards at time.

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this is a game that we absolutely can not play soft zone or play it safe or he will kill us.

rivera knows peyton, though, and knows how to stop him. i think peyton is getting the ball out quicker this year but he's only doing it because his life depends on it.

defense is going to have to mix things up, but hold off on showing their hand until the very last second.

i know a lot of people hate this idea, but this is very much going to be rivera going against peyton in this game. rivera has to call this game tight.

the offense is going to have to be full throttle all game as well. with peyton under center, you can't play it safe and protect any leads that you might get.

the key to beating fox, though, is change up the way you do things on offense. he thinks that adjustments are a myth.

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Honestly If we get ONE sack I'll be surprised....Its like we have one GREAT week with pressure than we back to normal....

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