Jump to content
Carolina Huddle
  • Hey There!

    Please register to see fewer ads and a better viewing experience:100_Emoji_42x42:

Jeremy Igo

What Broncos Fans Are Saying

Recommended Posts

1 hour ago, tarheels said:

its already been discussed that teams that  lead the league in first half scoring,dont win super bowls.

it means nothing for this game.

did they squeak by or was it two better teams battling?

 

You guys make Saints fans look like Mensa members.  You in particular are 1 IQ point above sitting in the corner drooling all over yourself.

  • Pie 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites


1 minute ago, MadHatter said:

You guys make Saints fans look like Mensa members.  You in particular are 1 IQ point above sitting in the corner drooling all over yourself.

Kinda reminds you of Big Al don't it?

  • Pie 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
3 minutes ago, heelinfine said:

Kinda reminds you of Big Al don't it?

Actually, he is more pathetic than Fat Alice.

  • Pie 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
17 minutes ago, MadHatter said:

Actually, he is more pathetic than Fat Alice.

You may be right, at least alice claimed a team sometimes two teams.

  • Pie 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
3 minutes ago, colty77 said:

Broncos have had national exposure all year and for several years.  They usually get the nationally televised late afternoon game with the #1 CBS crew Nantz and Simms, if they're not playing on Sunday or Monday Night...  they've had numerous Super Bowl appearances and countless playoff runs.  This is new for the Panthers and their fans, the excitement and all.  It's old hat to the Broncos, the coaches and their old QB.

I'd like to see the Panthers face this game with realistic expectations...   not over-hyping their chances only to be left with their expectations dashed by halftime and spend the second half in a cold sweat panic.

 

 

Actually our expectations are much more realistic then yours. 

  • Pie 4

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, tarheels said:

said the guys a fan of the team in the always bad nfc south,that played teams in the nfc east and afc south which were all bad teams and the bulk of Panthers schedule.

the records and rankings of all Denvers opponents were generally higher.

beating Brady is a hell of a lot harder then beating Carson

What in the actual fug are you even doing on this forum? Your handle is tarheels, your avatar is a panther player, yet in a week's time you've done nothing but talk down the Panthers?

You are obviously a troll fan from some poor team watching SB50 from their couches, my guess is some scrub ass AFC team since when you're not trashing the Panthers you're trashing the NFC (like the AFC East/South/West hasn't been hot garbage for basically the past 14 years, with 3 good teams and 9 others always fighting for 2nd place in their division.)

Talk about us only making it to the Superbowl because we played the AFCS and NFCE, check Manning's glorious 2013 year and the last time he went to the Superbowl and that's the same divisions he played that year.  

2013 Manning and the offense sent them to the Superbowl and then fizzled out while the defense did nothing to help. 2015 Manning let his defense and the backup qb carry them to the Superbowl, because he sure as fug did nothing to get them there.

The biggest difference between us and the 2013 Broncos that feasted on the NFCE and AFCS? We feasted on both sides of the ball, and our whole team took us to SB50.

And before you talk about second half stats, you should realize that stats belong on paper, the game is played on the field. Had you watched any of our games this year, you would realize the only reason any of those teams made any sort of progress in the second half, was because the coaching staff always switched to the conservative, grind the clock and play not to lose game plan. Thankfully, we  abandoned that after our first playoff game when we allowed Seattle to score way too many points in our conservative game plan. It was OK during the regular season, but understanding every game could be the last in January and keeping the foot on the gas during the second half was a must......and you see how that ended for the Cardinals.

I fully expect them to be full throttle for 60 minutes on Sunday and fug the respect for the Sheriff, I hope they drop at least 50 in SB50.

  • Pie 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
18 minutes ago, colty77 said:

Broncos have had national exposure all year and for several years.  They usually get the nationally televised late afternoon game with the #1 CBS crew Nantz and Simms, if they're not playing on Sunday or Monday Night...  they've had numerous Super Bowl appearances and countless playoff runs.  This is new for the Panthers and their fans, the excitement and all.  It's old hat to the Broncos, the coaches and their old QB.

I'd like to see the Panthers face this game with realistic expectations...   not over-hyping their chances only to be left with their expectations dashed by halftime and spend the second half in a cold sweat panic.

 

 

Dude who the hell do you think the "mighty" Broncos are going to be facing Sunday night, The North Carolina Pop Warner all-stars?Your team's playing another NFL team with 53 talented professional football players.  A 17-1 NFL team that leads the league in scoring and has a hell of a defense too. If the Denver players should have the same expectations about what the Panthers are bringing Sunday night as you do it will be over by half time, but not how you hoped.

 

  • Pie 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
47 minutes ago, colty77 said:

This is new for the Panthers and their fans, the excitement and all.

I know you're serious but thanks for the best laugh I've had all day, and it's been a funny day. 

  • Pie 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, MadHatter said:

They won the matchups because the steelers were banged up and players out....not because of anything the Brincos did or schemed for.

the same can be said about beating the Cardinals depleted defense. The sports contradiction game is too easy

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, colty77 said:

Broncos have had national exposure all year and for several years.  They usually get the nationally televised late afternoon game with the #1 CBS crew Nantz and Simms, if they're not playing on Sunday or Monday Night...  they've had numerous Super Bowl appearances and countless playoff runs.  This is new for the Panthers and their fans, the excitement and all.  It's old hat to the Broncos, the coaches and their old QB.

I'd like to see the Panthers face this game with realistic expectations...   not over-hyping their chances only to be left with their expectations dashed by halftime and spend the second half in a cold sweat panic.

 

 

Broncos have a lot of experience getting their doors blown off in the Superbowl by superior NFC teams, that's for damn sure

  • Pie 6

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
16 minutes ago, tarheels said:

the same can be said about beating the Cardinals depleted defense. The sports contradiction game is too easy

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.

  • Pie 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
9 minutes ago, Camvp said:

Broncos have a lot of experience getting their doors blown off in the Superbowl by superior NFC teams, that's for damn sure

Short & sweet. Mic drop.

  • Pie 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
36 minutes ago, tarheels said:

the same can be said about beating the Cardinals depleted defense. The sports contradiction game is too easy

You keep repeating this point without backing it up. So, missing one player Mathieu makes their defense depleted? Didn't they annihilate the Packers and hold them to 8 points with that "depleted" defense?

By your logic, the Panthers defense was "depleted" as well, missing Tillman, Benwikere, Jared Allen, and Thomas Davis for a half. But yet, they held the #1 yards/game offense to 15 points.

I'd argue the Steelers were much more "depleted": missing the best WR (who had 186 yards/2 TDs vs the Broncos), missing Bell and Williams at RB. When Steelers had Brown and Williams, they put up 34 on the Broncos.

 

Edited by pantherking15
  • Pie 5

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
14 minutes ago, pantherking15 said:

You keep repeating this point without backing it up. So, missing one player Mathieu makes their defense depleted? Didn't they annihilate the Packers and hold them to 8 points with that "depleted" defense?

By your logic, the Panthers defense was "depleted" as well, missing Tillman, Benwikere, Jared Allen, and Thomas Davis for a half. But yet, they held the #1 yards/game offense to 15 points.

I'd argue the Steelers were much more "depleted": missing the best WR (who had 186 yards/2 TDs vs the Broncos), missing Bell and Williams at RB. When Steelers had Brown and Williams, they put up 34 on the Broncos.

 

When the facts don't fit his narrative,  he changes facts. lol

  • Pie 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.




  • Member Statistics

    • Total Members
      19,912
    • Most Online
      2,867

    Newest Member
    Hail Mary
    Joined
  • Topics

  • Forum Statistics

    • Total Topics
      145,414
    • Total Posts
      4,754,792
  • Posts

    • True, I don't blame anyone uninspired by the typical Biden dem messaging and platform, it literally lacks all inspiration and is a promise to do more of the same minus the dog whistles. I feel like we provide enough evidence that any policies Bernie is pushing isn't a giveaway, but tax reallocation to things that are proven to improve quality of life in other countries and are actually popular, while also maintaining the ego centric American exceptionalism quality (bc we all know a lot of people are that damned shallow, they actually invest in feeling superior to other people). Like, that's literally it. But literally everyone is brainwashed by Republicans and terrified of images of Venezuela that they're aggressively pressing for a return to the status quo bc they see that as a return to pre-Trump before we were a worldwide embarrassment. A lot of people need to just fuging wake up, realize they're being manipulated by petty racial grievance ambulance chasers and nazi apologist politicians on the right, and the left needs to actually come thru with these platforms that are popular only bc Bernie brought the message to the masses. I don't mind who it is as long as they're providing messaging and a plan that takes us towards a better alternative than the hellscape bOtH sIdEss are offering up right now. 
    • Yup, knowing Grier would be on the sideline all year and still selected him with plenty of solid RBs and safeties still on the board.  Not the best use of a draft pick.  Also we had Allen and Heinicke already in the fold.  That meant four QBs in camp and someone having to get cut.   I would have rather kept Hienicke and used that draft pick on a player that will actually play on Sundays this season.
×
×
  • Create New...