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Broncos and Fox begin Scapegoat jettison

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It didn’t help that Moore grossly misplayed an underthrown ball, jumping too soon and flailing like a blindfolded kid trying to implode a piñata hanging three feet higher than his stick can reach.
Though Moore may eventually take the fall for the failure of the defense, defensive backs coach Ron Milus is the first one to go. Per multiple reports, Milus has been fired.
Milus re-joined the Broncos in 2011 with head coach John Fox, who had hired Milus in 2009 with the Panthers. Though it’s unclear whether Milus already was on thin ice, the unprecedented manner in which the Broncos squandered a late lead undoubtedly sealed his fate. [/quote]

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Why do fans still hanging on Foxy's nuts . I thought I was bad

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[quote name='carolina-chuck' timestamp='1358306823' post='2099087']
Why do fans still hanging on Foxy's nuts . I thought I was bad
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Ya know what chuck, your right. Let us never mention our previous coach of nine seasons, nor shall we have any joy at his shortcomings that look soooooo damn familiar. Also it is now a bannable offense to bring up the fact that John fox hit the free agent lottery with Peyton Manning. Smh

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Can we stop with the Fox posts? You sound like Taylor Swift singing about her ex boyfriends.
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there's always the option of not opening up threads about things you don't like
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[quote name='janderson20vt' timestamp='1358307978' post='2099103']
Can we stop with the Fox posts? You sound like Taylor Swift singing about her ex boyfriends.
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man, you must have hated it this season when we got a tidal wave of "foxy would have done xyz look at what he's doing in denver all of you who said he was a bad coach are idiots he's going to get a ring with peyton" after every loss.
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[quote name='janderson20vt' timestamp='1358307978' post='2099103']
Can we stop with the Fox posts? You sound like Taylor Swift singing about her ex boyfriends.
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no we shouldn't since people wouldn't shut the fug up about fox during the regular season.
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They shouldn't have to look far for a scapegoat. Champ Bailey gave up about 9,000 points just by himself.

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fox helped lose that game with his usual shenanigans, but that secondary blew the game. champ bailey needs to retire and there's a good chance getting rid of milus was a good move.

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The secondary was getting torched deep all game. Without several Flacco misfires and awful ST coverage by the Ravens that game would not have even been competitive. The DB coach seems like a good place to start.

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Broncos secondary made Flacco look like Joe Montana.

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[quote name='PhillyB' timestamp='1358323044' post='2099308']
fox helped lose that game with his usual shenanigans, but that secondary blew the game. champ bailey needs to retire and there's a good chance getting rid of milus was a good move.
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I kept hearing the announcers say that the defensive gameplan was predicated on Bailey's ability to play one on one. I would have maybe done that when he was ten years younger. That is just bad game planning on Del Rio's part. Once Smith beat Bailey, he walked into the endzone. No over the top help.

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