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We can cover their recievers, not worried about their run game either. Cam is another animal though. Olsen is a top 3 tight end

The Broncos have played two injury depleted teams en route to the Superbowl.  The Steelers playing without Deangelo Williams and Antonio Brown, and the Patriots with more injuries than are even worth mentioning.  The Broncos came very close to losing both games.

The Steelers and Patriots essentially abandoned the run in the games against the Broncos, not because the Broncos are good at stopping the run, but because both teams were starting their third and fourth string RBs.  

The Broncos only played two teams in the top 10 for rushing yards per game this season: The Kansas City Chiefs, who beat the Broncos handily in KC, and almost beat the Broncos in Denver if it weren't for a late 4th quarter Jamaal Charles fumble.  And the Minnesota Vikings, who came within a late FG of beating the Broncos in Denver.  I really don't think the Broncos are ready to stop the Panthers rushing attack, which will open up the passing game for Cam.

This game won't even be close.

 

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The panthers are the Arizona Cardinals without mistakes. #11 ranked offense and #6 ranked defense. They are not the top offense or defense team but good in both.

They are an 11-5 team with a average SOS

They are also the 24th ranked passing attack. Possibly worse than the chiefs? So like a lot of folks here maybe the chiefs is a good comparison as they too capitalize on turnovers. However, Imagine the chiefs without Hali and Houston. I am glad our RT is not facing an elite edge rusher this game.

 

 

Heard it guys...........  we are just an 11-5 team if we had a slightly stronger SOS.              What idiots. 

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How many times has the #1 offense also had the #6 defense?
a number 6 defense based in a sorry schedule while the entire league is injured

I mean,  hell..   the offenses we faced this season had an overall better ranking than the offenses the Broncos faced this season. 

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Throughout the Broncos forum world,  I've seen a few comments such as "GUFFAW,  Y NOT ASK LUCK HOW RUNNING AGAINST US WORKED OUT!?!"

 

Why don't they ask Tony Romo how it was to be a slow statue qb in the pocket against us?

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2 hours ago, Crazydounut said:

This game feels sort of like the Giants game. Us (fans) underestimating possibly the greatest QB of all time? Their defense is #1 for a reason boys. We will have a very bad game on offense. But thankfully. I believe that we will shut down Manning and we win

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It's #1 in yards allowed. Points per game is a better indicator. By your logic, the Seahawks should have given us fits, but they didn't. The Seahawks were ranked #1 in ppg defense, Denver's 4th. The Seahawks ranked #1 in run defense, Denver's 3rd. The Panthers offense scored 24 points in the 1st half before going into run the clock conservative mode, which Rivera learned from and changed in the Cardinals game. Our deceptive running game will give the Broncos over-aggressive defense fits, neutralizing their pass rush and setting up some nice play-action downfield. The Broncos are not built to handle our offense, they're built for high volume passing offenses like the Patriots.

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I unwisely chose to dive into the Denver message board cesspool.

HOLY CRAP those fuggers are dumb as poo.

Their key to winning seems to be Magic NFL Fairy Dust and The NFC Sucks.

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22 minutes ago, Chazoe said:

It wasn't a miracle. We had just tied the game and would have had all the momentum going into overtime at Arrowhead.  It's amazing how little some of you guys know about the Broncos or the sport for that matter.   I bet you know a lot about NASCAR and college basketball though.   

We understand football very well.  That is why we know that your offense SUCKS.  It is the second lowest scoring offense to ever make the super bowl.  

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25 minutes ago, tiger7_88 said:

I unwisely chose to dive into the Denver message board cesspool.

HOLY CRAP those fuggers are dumb as poo.

Their key to winning seems to be Magic NFL Fairy Dust and The NFC Sucks.

I stopped going there when every comment I made was called trolling

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39 minutes ago, Chazoe said:

It wasn't a miracle. We had just tied the game and would have had all the momentum going into overtime at Arrowhead.  It's amazing how little some of you guys know about the Broncos or the sport for that matter.   I bet you know a lot about NASCAR and college basketball though.   

Momentum isn't a thing, ask the Packers. You shouldn't brag about knowing a lot about football if your retort includes mentioning something that isn't even real. Nice jab there too, that's always a great strategy when you're trying to get your point across.

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46 minutes ago, Chazoe said:

It wasn't a miracle. We had just tied the game and would have had all the momentum going into overtime at Arrowhead.  It's amazing how little some of you guys know about the Broncos or the sport for that matter.   I bet you know a lot about NASCAR and college basketball though.   

Denver has yet to win a SB without cheating the salary cap or having their OL use Vaseline on their jerseys to gain a competitive advantage.

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1 hour ago, Chazoe said:

It wasn't a miracle. We had just tied the game and would have had all the momentum going into overtime at Arrowhead.  It's amazing how little some of you guys know about the Broncos or the sport for that matter.   I bet you know a lot about NASCAR and college basketball though.   

Well it is a miracle Denver is in the Super Bowl, even NASCAR fans could figure that one out.  Peyton is officially the worst QB in Super Bowl history.  No QB has had a worse season and represented a team in the Super Bowl.  But I am sure you will tell me this entire season is irrelevant and that Peyton and Marty McFly will go back to the future and Peyton will trade places with Peyton from 5 years ago and totally destroy us.

 

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Stats only matter to a certain degree.  Someone copied a Broncos poster talking about how lowly ranked our passing attack is, but you don't keep passing when you have a good rushing attack and are ahead in almost all of your games.  That obviously skews the stats.  I'm sure most of our opponents would argue that our passing attack is plenty explosive.

Similarly, Denver's offensive stats are pretty anemic, but with their defense, they haven't needed it to do much most games.  If the game Sunday turns out to be low scoring, they may not need a ton out of it then either.

Personally, I think it works in our favor that we can win games different ways.  We should have a shot no matter what Sunday.

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2 hours ago, Chazoe said:

   I bet you know a lot about NASCAR and college basketball though.   

Wait, was that supposed to be an insult?  I love the NFL best, but both NASCAR and college basketball are legitimate, universally popular, multi-million dollar industries -- the same as football. In fact, car racing and basketball are probably more popular worldwide than American football.

So, yes, there are probably a lot of people here who know a lot about NASCAR and college football. 

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14 hours ago, heelinfine said:

Yes it is. Same can be said of Denver beating the Pats with their depleted O-line.

Exactly how was the Cardinals defense depleted? Mathieus absense was big for the Cards but they were not depleted.

They also had to starters that ended up on IR just that week. 3 starters missing on defense.

 The same can not be said about the Pats sense  it's universally  accepted that they are superior to the majority of the nfl even at lesser strength.

 

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