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  • #16
    McManus set the single season field goal record.

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    • #17
      Original predictions from another thread:

      Originally posted by Fantaztic7 View Post
      1. Elway holds firm/Von holds out.

      2. Kavon Webser gets contract. Talib gone after season.

      3. Schofield comes of the bench at G due to injuries and redeems himself.

      4. Sanchez has a career season making Elway look like a genius.

      5. AFC West Championship 1/1/17 Raiders vs. Broncos. McManus kicks 67 yard winning FG as time expires.
      Update:

      1. Half right - Elway held on final offer.

      2. Sticking with this prediction - yesterday's rumor was interesting!

      3. Schofield is trending in the right direction.

      4. Wrong - Sanchez to Dallas.

      5. Sticking with this prediction

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      • #18
        Von breaks sack record. 23 sacks.

        CJ Rushes for over 1500 yards.

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        • #19
          Broncos win Superbowl 51. That bold enough?
          Superbowl 50 Champions!

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          • #20
            We will continue to dislike Phil Simms and Chris Collingsworth with a passion...😂😂

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            • #21
              Opening night vs. Carolina in a tie game & just 5 seconds left in the 4th...McManus sets a new record for the longest FG ever made with a 70 yard kick for the win.

              We then go on to a 12-4 record & claim one of the # 2 seeds & a first round bye again which would be 5 consecutive years of having a first round bye.

              We cap it all off by getting to the super bowl again & repeat as champs but not just any old repeat...we become the first team ever in the super bowl era to shutout the other team, winning 20-0

              Now that's bold! :thumb:
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              • #22
                Originally posted by flosstein View Post
                He was at a career high of 9 last year, so I expect to see him right around his average of about 5-6. But if 9+ gets us SB51, by all means let the drops begin!!!!!!!!!!
                Actually, he had 10 in 2012. Last year was statistically the lowest percentage of drops he's had in his entire career and his improved every year he's been in the league.

                2015 he dropped 5.1% of the balls thrown his way.
                2014 5.4
                2013 5.6
                2012 5.7

                If history continues he'll be under 5% of his passes dropped. DT was targeted almost 180 times last year. (4th highest number of targets in the league.) Only Deandre Hopkins, Antonio Brown and Julio Jones saw more targets.

                The number of times that boy has the ball thrown at him is so freaking high it makes his drops seem worse than they really are.

                If you look at every single other person in the top 10 in drops, their dropped pass percentage is 5.5 or higher. Some like Ted Ginn, Martavis Bryant, Julius Thomas and Devonta Freeman have a far higher (like around 10 %) drop percentage.
                Last edited by Freyaka; 09-06-2016, 07:10 PM.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Broncoholic JS View Post
                  We will continue to dislike Phil Simms and Chris Collingsworth with a passion...����
                  Nothing bold about that.
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                  • #24
                    Talib finishes the season with no Personal Fouls.

                    Booker rushes for +1,000 Yards.

                    Von Miller makes us laugh with a new array of hysterical sack dances.
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                    • #25
                      Dixon will punt the ball longer than 18 yards.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Freyaka View Post
                        Actually, he had 10 in 2012. Last year was statistically the lowest percentage of drops he's had in his entire career and his improved every year he's been in the league.

                        2015 he dropped 5.1% of the balls thrown his way.
                        2014 5.4
                        2013 5.6
                        2012 5.7

                        If history continues he'll be under 5% of his passes dropped. DT was targeted almost 180 times last year. (4th highest number of targets in the league.) Only Deandre Hopkins, Antonio Brown and Julio Jones saw more targets.

                        The number of times that boy has the ball thrown at him is so freaking high it makes his drops seem worse than they really are.

                        If you look at every single other person in the top 10 in drops, their dropped pass percentage is 5.5 or higher. Some like Ted Ginn, Martavis Bryant, Julius Thomas and Devonta Freeman have a far higher (like around 10 %) drop percentage.
                        No,I totally agree with you. I was being more tounge-in-cheek.
                        #swapping

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