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    Mike Anderson! Consider that shot called!!

    I think Mike will be an awesome coach and motivator in the Denver system after his playing career is over! I can't think of anyone better to succeed Turner.

    There's your topic, talk amongst yourselves.

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    Yea... Thad be sweet.

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      Re: And the successor to Bobby Turner for Denver's Runningbacks Coach in 2008 is...

      Originally posted by Perry1977
      Mike Anderson! Consider that shot called!!

      I think Mike will be an awesome coach and motivator in the Denver system after his playing career is over! I can't think of anyone better to succeed Turner.

      There's your topic, talk amongst yourselves.
      That's thinking waaaay too far ahead!


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        Re: Re: And the successor to Bobby Turner for Denver's Runningbacks Coach in 2008 is...

        Originally posted by AsianOrange
        That's thinking waaaay too far ahead!
        Well, what made me think of this was after Mike got hurt, the way he reacted only made me see this one coming. Of course, I could be totally wrong. Instead of rehabbing himself away from the team, Mike is hanging around. He is helping the other backs as much as he can, and he is involved as much as he can be. He even sits right with them during the game. Mike is a great team player, a great friend, a great mentor, and will make a great coach someday.

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          Re: Re: And the successor to Bobby Turner for Denver's Runningbacks Coach in 2008 is...

          Originally posted by AsianOrange
          That's thinking waaaay too far ahead!

          waaaaay to far ahead ,,,, but since its up there i'd rather go with terrel davis running backs coach,, who better to show these guys what to look for in a game
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            Re: Re: And the successor to Bobby Turner for Denver's Runningbacks Coach in 2008 is...

            Originally posted by AsianOrange
            That's thinking waaaay too far ahead!

            waaaaay to far ahead ,,,, but since its up there i'd rather go with terrel davis running backs coach,, who better to show these guys what to look for in a game
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            when do native Americans become human and not mascots

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            • #7
              Okay well, just keep it in the back of your minds. And when it happens, a little flag will go up and you will be like, "Wow, some guy on the Broncomania boards called this one like 4 years ago. Here's to you, Mr. Broncos-Runningback-Coach-Successor-Predictor".


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              • #8
                Ya MA would be a good coach,i like the way he acts.Besides smoking the pot that is lol.

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                • #9
                  Is Bobby Turner retiring after 2008?

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                  • #10
                    Re: And the successor to Bobby Turner for Denver's Runningbacks Coach in 2008 is...

                    Originally posted by Perry1977
                    Mike Anderson! Consider that shot called!!

                    I think Mike will be an awesome coach and motivator in the Denver system after his playing career is over! I can't think of anyone better to succeed Turner.

                    There's your topic, talk amongst yourselves.
                    It might be better to wait until he retires first.
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                    • #11
                      TD as a coach?

                      How would you guys feel about having TD as an asst. RB coach?

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                      • #12
                        Has he expressed an interest? If not, I don't see why he'd bother. He's got a nice job with the NFL Network.
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                        • #13
                          no i was just wondering what everyone would think about it

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                          • #14
                            i think it'd be cool


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                            • #15
                              Wow, what an original topic!

                              http://www.denverbroncos.com/forums/...threadid=18370

                              =p

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