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Jeremy Igo

What Broncos Fans Are Saying

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2 minutes ago, MadHatter said:

Well,,,,,if we had no run game and a statue for a QB, then I might be worried. 

Try convincing a Broncos fan of that.  lol.       Those dudes are more idiotic than the Seahawks fans. 

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5 hours ago, CatMan72 said:

That pass rush won't help when we're running the ball down their throat, can anyone name their ILB's? I know I can't and I'm an NFL junkie. They'll have to pull the safeties down into the box for run support and you know what happens next...

Danny Trevathan and Brandon Marshall are really good linebackers and seem to have a nose to get to the football. We have to be aware of those two in the middle of that defense. Denver does run a lot of man to man defense too so getting Olsen out there on them one on one and making plays is critical.I believe with this particular game  whoever wins in the trenches and whoever wins the turnover battle is the team that's going to win the game.

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1 hour ago, Even Janitor said:

Funny how people still keep saying "yeah but the Panthers play in a weak division" and "yeah but the Panthers had a soft schedule" as if that negates the fact that we beat both playoff opponents -- and in a dominating fashion no less.  When you crush the #2 seed, you crush the #2 seed.  There's no weighted formula at work there.  If you beat them you beat them, and it doesn't matter in the least that the other three teams in your division happen to suck.

It reminds me of a joke my chemistry professor always told about scientists -- "well sure it works in practice, but does it work in theory?" -- to illustrate the fallacious thinking that settles in whenever you have an echo chamber repeating a mindless narrative.

It's all about the narrative.

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8 minutes ago, Bj-Monster23 said:

Danny Trevathan and Brandon Marshall are really good linebackers and seem to have a nose to get to the football. We have to be aware of those two in the middle of that defense. Denver does run a lot of man to man defense too so getting Olsen out there on them one on one and making plays is critical.I believe with this particular game  whoever wins in the trenches and whoever wins the turnover battle is the team that's going to win the game.

Played 3 games against Top 10 rushing offenses and gave up almost 150 yards in each....they apparently are not THAT good in the middle of their defense.

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Two things I have observed over the years of watching pro football

1. It is a young man's game for the most part

2 sentimentality doesn't win games 

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4 minutes ago, raleigh-panther said:

Two things I have observed over the years of watching pro football

1. It is a young man's game for the most part

2 sentimentality doesn't win games 

Yep.  Bottom line is that the Broncos are a very mediocre team (good defense and anemic offense).

They were a fumble by a 4th string Pitt RB from not making it out of the division round....against a Pitt team with a banged up Ben, no RB, and no Antonio Brown.

Then, they were a missed XP from not making it out of the division round....against a NE team with absolutely no running game, a banged up OL, and a inexperience C in NE that was tipping off the snap.

And they BARELY won those games.

They are about to run into both an offensive and defensive juggernaut in Carolina.....that has been steam rolling better teams than Denver in the playoffs.  Again, it is NOT going to be close.

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If Broncos win, it will only be 3rd time in SB era a team with a passer rating differential outside of top 10 does so (2007 Giants finished 24th). Carolina is 2nd (behind Seattle), Denver is 18th. 

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Like 60% of the modern Broncos fanbase is people following manning from Indy. Never got the manning hype, a choke artist and guy who put up stats in the worst divisions in football for the last ten years.

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It's really not all that complicated, the Panthers are just better at what they do than Denver is at what it does.  We will be able to Impose our will on them on both sides of the ball

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I didn't think the Broncos would have much of a shot against New England with their (almost) entire offense back healthy. But the Patriots didn't even attempt to run the ball, whereas the Panthers will make that objective No. 1. 

As a football fan, I'd love for it to be an exciting, close game. But I just don't know how Denver will keep up offensively. They'll need an all-world performance from their defense combined with a really, really bad game from Carolina's skill-position players. 

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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"

 

 

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31 minutes ago, cardiackat88. said:

Like 60% of the modern Broncos fanbase is people following manning from Indy. Never got the manning hype, a choke artist and guy who put up stats in the worst divisions in football for the last ten years.

doubtful. we certainly have more bandwagon fans than they do. was 60% just a number you came up with? and the fact you say that about Manning would leave me to believe you might be one of those newer fans.

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3 minutes ago, Peppers90 NC said:

doubtful. we certainly have more bandwagon fans than they do. was 60% just a number you came up with? and the fact you say that about Manning would leave me to believe you might be one of those newer fans.

Oh yea, I'm such a newer fan I've been on the huddle for over 7 years...

seriously, what the hell or who the hell was there to root for before manning? Cutler? fugin The Golden Calf of Bristol?

manning landed and many followed from Indy.

if you really think he was super great, look at all his chokes and his inability to put up much outside the likes of the Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars. Straight up never been a fan of manning.

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As far as I'm concerned, we ain't losing this. WE didn't get past Seattle twice, and a hot Cardinals team to go to Santa Clara and take pictures. The time is now, we're hungry as fug, so hungry that we could eat a horse... Too many vets on our side that want to taste how sweet it is to be a champion at this level. Then you have the young guns that want it and have worked extremely hard for it. It will be going to the team that wants it more and I ain't saying Denver doesn't want it, I'm saying the Panthers want it that much more. 

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