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  • #46
    Originally posted by B4Bronco6 View Post
    You could almost be the next barrel man.
    Thanks (I think)..
    Those Indians could prove troublesome...General George Armstrong Custer

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Chris Wade View Post
      Thanks (I think)..
      instead of showing up to Bronco games in a barrell, wrap yourself in a Broncos sign?

      that doesn't sound good


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      FA Targets: DT Jason Jones, DT Pat Simms, S Reggie Smith, LB Dan Connor



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      • #48
        Come on offense, you can do it


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        FA Targets: DT Jason Jones, DT Pat Simms, S Reggie Smith, LB Dan Connor



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        • #49
          Originally posted by getlynched47 View Post
          Come on offense, you can do it


          on probation aren't you limited to 10 posts a day?

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          • #50
            our offense may be sluggish the last couple games, but the sign of a good offense is when your up by a little late in the 4th for your offense to move the ball get 1st downs and run out the clock, which is what we did against a good bucs defense this past weekend.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by Broncoballa2684 View Post
              our offense may be sluggish the last couple games, but the sign of a good offense is when your up by a little late in the 4th for your offense to move the ball get 1st downs and run out the clock, which is what we did against a good bucs defense this past weekend.
              there are several factors involved I think. We originally came out throwing the ball this year and caught the entire league by surprise. I think for the 2nd game the Chargers still werent sure if game one against Oakland was a fluke in our playcalling and we would go back to the run or what. As the season has gone along they have been game planning more against us and at least having a clue what the identity of our offense is. If you think back to the TD days we had the power, the line, and the Rb to shove the ball down their throats even when they KNEW it was a running play coming their way. As each team to face us has watched more and more game film they have forced us to become more and more conservative in our passing game and to use our run game a little more if we want to win. They already know now when they face us that we can and do have a vertical game if they dont make sure to keep the deep routes covered. Jay and the offense are still playing at a high level but those long passes and quick scores that lead to high scoring games have to be set up now by play action, bootlegs, or just a constant dedication to short passing until they try to shut that down.

              I still count the KC game as a fluke because they went in there thinking a win was almost a sure thing and they paid for that overconfidence. The hope that I have for the 2nd 1/2 of the season is that Torain will come out and be as big of an impact as Shannahan seems to believe he can be. If thats turns out to be the case then we are back to a complete west coast offensive package that can run it down your throat, beat you with the short passing, or burn you on the big plays. Then you can expect to see the scores start to amp back up into the high twenties or thirties for each game. Any thoughts??

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