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NFC Playbook: Broncos vs Panthers

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Of course they all predict a loss but Sterling Sharpe points out that Manny Ramirez RG for the Broncos has been present for every Peyton sack. He may been the guy to abuse in order to pressure Manning. Thought this was somewhat interesting

http://www.nfl.com/v...cos-vs-Panthers

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Front 4 should be licking there chops over this game.

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Should change the title to AFC Playbook: Denver Broncos

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This feel like ATL all over again

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Start the Panthers D in fantasy football.

I say at least 6 sacks.

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Start the Panthers D in fantasy football.

I say at least 6 sacks.

Seems like a stretch....don't know how much well get Peyton to the ground

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you'll see

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We need our corners to bump their receivers off the line to throw off that timing and give our pass rush an extra second.

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Start the Panthers D in fantasy football.

I say at least 6 sacks.

Lol not a chance. Peyton is the best protected QB in the league now that the line has gelled. Not to mention the RBs are all proficient pass protectors. Our two starting OTs have given up a combined 2 sacks this year, and none in the last three games. The Panthers will be lucky if they get one coverage sack. The Broncos, on the other hand, are a shoe in for 3+.

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Lol not a chance. Peyton is the best protected QB in the league now that the line has gelled. Not to mention the RBs are all proficient pass protectors. Our two starting OTs have given up a combined 2 sacks this year, and none in the last three games. The Panthers will be lucky if they get one coverage sack. The Broncos, on the other hand, are a shoe in for 3+.

Hahaha, oh young one... You must have missed this thread?

Denver is #1 allowed in sacks and hits on the QB, we're tied for 4th in sacks. Charles Big Money Johnson had 3 sacks on arguably one of the best offensive linemen in the league Tyson Clabo.

Way to underestimate your team.

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Hahaha, oh young one... You must have missed this thread?

Denver is #1 allowed in sacks and hits on the QB, we're tied for 4th in sacks. Charles Big Money Johnson had 3 sacks on arguably one of the best offensive linemen in the league Tyson Clabo.

Way to underestimate your team.

Yeah, Denver allows the LEAST amount of sacks and hits. I think we still get to him, but it want be easy.

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Yeah, Denver allows the LEAST amount of sacks. I think we still get to him, but it want be easy.

Some people are lacking in their reading comprehension here at the Huddle. Forgive him... Lol

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