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because they were more successful than Peytons passing.

 

I guess that's one way to look at it, but you're not going to make up for a 29-0 deficit against the # 1 defense in the league by punting and running draw plays. 

 

Fox coaches like he has a lead, even when he doesn't. 

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John Fox isn't what he isn't. :thumbsu:

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Huddle rationale:

 

Broncos winning with Peyton Manning - "We all know Peyton runs that team and Fox has nothing to do with it and is just a figurehead".

 

Broncos get blown out in Super Bowl - "Hahahaha Fox blew it, all his fault, damn he sucks at play calling and can't coach".

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Fox: "... at the end of the day it was a successful season. 15-4 is not real shabby."

Wow that takes some fugging balls to say. That game will be remembered forever as the biggest beat down in Super Bowl history and you got the cahonhas to say "not too shabby"?!

Like him as a person but holy crap I'm glad Fox isn't our coach anymore.

 

Yeah right!!!

 

All I've ever got from some folks on here is not only how petty you can be, but how much you want anyone this team let go to fail. It's like if you didn't see them as good enough for this team, they shouldn't succeed anywhere else. So shallow and sad. JS

 

The Broncos simply got outplayed and that's that. Plus those in the media kept telling the Seahawks how to keep Peyton off his game...Get in his face...and they did. 

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Huddle rationale:

Broncos winning with Peyton Manning - "We all know Peyton runs that team and Fox has nothing to do with it and is just a figurehead".

Broncos get blown out in Super Bowl - "Hahahaha Fox blew it, all his fault, damn he sucks at play calling and can't coach".

Yea you have no idea what people are iterating

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what's more i'm starting to notice denver fans here and there yelling for tеbow on nfl.com and espn

 

this is going to be a fun offseason

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You're going to win more than you lose with Foxy, problem is that you're never going to win it all.

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I guess that's one way to look at it, but you're not going to make up for a 29-0 deficit against the # 1 defense in the league by punting and running draw plays. 

 

Fox coaches like he has a lead, even when he doesn't. 

well it didn't look like they were going to do it with manning throwing the ball. The point is Peyton was not effective.  The punting was a result of ineffectiveness not an inherent desire by fox.i don't see that as Fox's fault except that he is HC .i would think the pieces were in place but couldn't come through. I don't see that as a failure by Fox. now the reality is it is highly doubtfull Fox called the plays at all.

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You're going to win more than you lose with Foxy, problem is that you're never going to win it all.

on 2 super bowls two guys you never thought would make bad plays did. I don't see any evidence that the losses were Fox's fault unless he told kasay to kick the ball out of bounds or told Peyton to wait to throw when the pass rush is in his face.

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At least in our Super Bowl, we fought to the end. Getting blown out has to be the worst feeling ever.

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well it didn't look like they were going to do it with manning throwing the ball. The point is Peyton was not effective.  The punting was a result of ineffectiveness not an inherent desire by fox.i don't see that as Fox's fault except that he is HC .i would think the pieces were in place but couldn't come through. I don't see that as a failure by Fox. now the reality is it is highly doubtfull Fox called the plays at all.

 

All year long Manning and that offense were the strength of that team, so you don't abandon that when the going gets tough and you especially don't abandon that when your down 29-0 in the championship game. At that point they were probably going to lose anyways, so why not go down swinging instead of curling up in a ball and punting/running draws in an attempt to save yourself from being even more embarrassed than you already have been. It is ultimately Fox's fault because he is the HC, so he's the ultimate authority during the game. The HC always reserves the right to jump on his headset and tell his employees that he doesn't like the plays being called, he's the boss. 

 

You can defend coach Fox all you like, but we all saw this same sad story play out here in Carolina for many years and Sunday night made me glad that nightmare is over for us. 

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"A punt is a good play."

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