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  1. #706
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    Quote Originally Posted by RunYouOver View Post
    Well, at least we ended the year on a positive note. Always good to crush the Raiders.
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    Ditto! I like tips too! Hope for a good new year to all here! Denver - time to start reloading for next year.
    Agreed, Thanks Gary
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigOBroncoFan View Post
    Nothing we did helped the Patroits the Patroits already had hfa wrapped up before the game even started. Plus Carr getting hurt pretty much wrapped up NE getting to a SB anyway.
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    Pittsburgh still has Big Ben, LeVeon Bell, and Antonio Brown, not to mention, a good defense. The Steelers have a chance.
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    Thanks Denver Broncos for the season. Highlights:

    Beating Carolina Panthers to open the season.

    Beating the Texans on Monday Night Football - wow did we have a great time in Denver!

    Finishing with a win over the Raiders.

    All the best to Coach Kubiak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolee View Post
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    Pittsburgh still has Big Ben, LeVeon Bell, and Antonio Brown, not to mention, a good defense. The Steelers have a chance.
    Steelers are a team that looks hot one minute looks bad the next. Im not saying they don't have a chance but NE doesn't have problems against them like they do against Baltimore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolee View Post
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    Pittsburgh still has Big Ben, LeVeon Bell, and Antonio Brown, not to mention, a good defense. The Steelers have a chance.
    This, the Pitt is extremely dangerous as a playoff team. I wouldn't be surprised at all if they knocked NE* out.

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    Nice to knock them down to a WC spot, they look likely to go one and done.

    Talib snatching off Crabtree's chain was the highlight for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hesky View Post
    Nice to knock them down to a WC spot, they look likely to go one and done.

    Talib snatching off Crabtree's chain was the highlight for me
    That is a highlight for the ages!

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    Mike Florio on NBC just said that Kubiak told the Bronco players after the game that he is retiring. He said that it came down to two issues: 1) Kubiak's health and 2) Elway is making changes in the coaching staff that Kubiak doesn't agree with.
    ~In Partibus Infidelium~

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigOBroncoFan View Post
    Nothing we did helped the Patroits the Patroits already had hfa wrapped up before the game even started. Plus Carr getting hurt pretty much wrapped up NE getting to a SB anyway.
    If your think playing the beat up inexperienced no qb raiders or the joke Texans instead of having to play the Chiefs then the steelers in the afc championship then I'm puzzled. Now all they have to do is knock off one decent team in the Steelers instead of 2

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    Reports are that Zaire Anderson will be ok. Thank goodness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by listopencil View Post
    Mike Florio on NBC just said that Kubiak told the Bronco players after the game that he is retiring. He said that it came down to two issues: 1) Kubiak's health and 2) Elway is making changes in the coaching staff that Kubiak doesn't agree with.
    I don't buy that, I believe the second half of of that is seasoning for interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJBroncoFan View Post
    I don't buy that, I believe the second half of of that is seasoning for interest.
    Certainly could be. Should be an interesting press conference tomorrow.
    ~In Partibus Infidelium~

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJBroncoFan View Post
    I don't buy that, I believe the second half of of that is seasoning for interest.
    The two reasons don't have to be mutually exclusive. It was reported that his family expressed concerns to him about continuing. When combined with the reports that Elway would force coaching changes, it might have made his decision easier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by listopencil View Post
    Certainly could be. Should be an interesting press conference tomorrow.
    I hope it isn't true, or at least was a small part of the decision. I guess without knowing the "changes" they are referring to, we shouldn't judge Elway or Kubiak.

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    I completely believe it. Elway is a don and will do what must be done to succeed in the future, even if it ruffles feathers

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