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  • WYBRONCO
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    Originally posted by JW7 View Post
    Oh wow, how impressive. Pat yourself on the back. We are in awe.

    Flacco played decent until last night.
    As fuming mad as I was at Flacco last night, I will agree with you. He led us to Two 4 quarter comebacks with less than 1:45 left to watch our Defense blow the lead. Last night however Flacco was a lifeless abomination of a NFL QB.

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  • JW7
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    Originally posted by Freyaka View Post
    It's funny how I've caught flack, taken negs, ECT... For weeks for my stance on flacco.... Seems I was just ahead of the curve.

    Sometimes I'm negative because I can see the writing on the wall that no one else wants to admit yet. I'm never negative like this without reason.
    Oh wow, how impressive. Pat yourself on the back. We are in awe.

    Flacco played decent until last night.

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  • Peerless
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    https://streamable.com/k6915

    I'm glad I wasn't the only one who noticed this....

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  • Broncos-R-Great
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    Originally posted by Kansas Bob View Post
    I totally agree with you, someone needs to teach Flacco how to block for himself, how to catch easy passes thrown to his TE, how to play defense! Most of all, teach his how to complete passes from a prone position! lol
    True, he is not a great QB, but with a better OL, receivers who can catch good passes, etc etc he would be much better and we will be winning more games!
    But we don’t have a better o-line or receivers, that’s not getting fixed this year, and it makes no sense to build those pieces around a terrible, poorly aging QB. They need to switch QBs and see if somebody else can inspire the players to play better.

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  • Chronoless
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    Originally posted by CharmCityBronco View Post
    with or without Flacco, this team is a dumpster fire. O-line is abysmal, running game and special teams are suspect and other than Sutton and Sanders nobody can catch.....long re-build ahead.......
    Maybe you can tell that to Elway who refuse to, better yet, maybe tell him to draft better. Noah crap looks like a bust already.

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  • $Broncos$
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    Baltimore loved to get rid of him. That says something

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  • $Broncos$
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    Prob with benching Flacco is if we do it it’s permanent. I hate Flacco more than u all living in Baltimore. Yet, we can’t do worse than a guy that doesn’t care

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  • Kansas Bob
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    Originally posted by JW7 View Post
    The line was pathetic and Flacco played the most uninspired football I've ever seen a Broncos QB play. I've defended him to this point but I can't after last night. Time to bench him when Lock gets healthy.
    I totally agree with you, someone needs to teach Flacco how to block for himself, how to catch easy passes thrown to his TE, how to play defense! Most of all, teach his how to complete passes from a prone position! lol
    True, he is not a great QB, but with a better OL, receivers who can catch good passes, etc etc he would be much better and we will be winning more games!

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  • Freyaka
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    Originally posted by RocketArm006 View Post
    The running game was totally ineffective last night, for sure. I personally think the running game has looked halfway decent in prior games, but for some reason they have moved away from it when it’s working. At least our RBs play like they care. Lindsay converted that 4th down when the game was over, yet he ran with determination. Flacco shows no heart or interest whatsoever.
    The chiefs were smart, they knew they didn't have to stop flacco, just commit to stopping the run. Flacco without the run couldn't beat them.

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  • Freyaka
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    It's funny how I've caught flack, taken negs, ECT... For weeks for my stance on flacco.... Seems I was just ahead of the curve.

    Sometimes I'm negative because I can see the writing on the wall that no one else wants to admit yet. I'm never negative like this without reason.

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  • CharmCityBronco
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    with or without Flacco, this team is a dumpster fire. O-line is abysmal, running game and special teams are suspect and other than Sutton and Sanders nobody can catch.....long re-build ahead.......

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  • jazzy22jeff
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    Flacco is a bum. Simply here for the money. No fire in him at all. He looks like he wants to go to sleep on the field. He should be required to give his money back. Thief.

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  • Fantaztic7
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    The run game has shown it can produce. Last night Andy Reid and his staff easily out coached the Broncos.

    The Chiefs put 8 in the box early to stop the run. They knew Flacco and the line aren’t good enough to overcome down and distance passing the ball. They stacked the box and put the Broncos behind early on downs.

    Once the Broncos fell behind there was no way they were going to come back passing the ball. The line was bad in pass protection along with penalties by Bolles. Our receivers could not create separation. There was a play where I believe Hamilton was wide open in the middle and Flacco didn’t see him (late in the game).

    The line is not built to have a slow quarterback who’s at the end of his career. Lock would at least give Scangarello the chance to use the entire playbook. You could at least run RPO once in a while to keep the defense honest (Lock ran it successfully against Seattle in preseason).

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  • RocketArm006
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    Originally posted by BroncoFanDK View Post
    The offense has too many problems to even isolate. Where is the anger over the running game that is so pathetic that it is not a credible threat to produce 1st downs. Flacco, Keenum, Siemian, Osweiler and Lynch have all looked bad behind our O-line in recent years

    As much as Joe Flacco is criticised it is an immense problem that the running game is a joke and cannot produce 1st downs. There was not a single drive where the offense was not forced to lean on Flacco to try to make something that the running game could not produce. Flacco has his flaws, but they are accentuated by the fact that any scoring drive has to rely on big pass plays, and trying to set them up often causes sacks or holding calls.

    This was yesterdays running game performance

    First drive - runs of 1, 2, 1, 0, 3, 1 (TD), failed 2 pt from 2 yard line
    2nd drive one 4 yard run
    3rd drive 14 yards
    4th drive 1 yard
    5th drive 2, -1
    6th no runs
    7th drive 1 yards, 5 yards
    8th drive 4 yards
    9th drive 2 yards
    10th drive 14, 3 yards
    11th drive 9, 3
    12th no runs
    13th 4, 3
    The running game was totally ineffective last night, for sure. I personally think the running game has looked halfway decent in prior games, but for some reason they have moved away from it when it’s working. At least our RBs play like they care. Lindsay converted that 4th down when the game was over, yet he ran with determination. Flacco shows no heart or interest whatsoever.

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  • BroncoFanDK
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    Originally posted by DenverBlood View Post
    After arguing with you for most of the week I will give you that as much as I despise Flacco that was one of the worse oline performances I’ve ever witnessed by the broncos. It was flat embarrassing. Bolles May be the worst Lt in league history.

    I think we may all finally agree both the line and Flacco stink.
    The offense has too many problems to even isolate. Where is the anger over the running game that is so pathetic that it is not a credible threat to produce 1st downs. Flacco, Keenum, Siemian, Osweiler and Lynch have all looked bad behind our O-line in recent years

    As much as Joe Flacco is criticised it is an immense problem that the running game is a joke and cannot produce 1st downs. There was not a single drive where the offense was not forced to lean on Flacco to try to make something that the running game could not produce. Flacco has his flaws, but they are accentuated by the fact that any scoring drive has to rely on big pass plays, and trying to set them up often causes sacks or holding calls.

    This was yesterdays running game performance

    First drive - runs of 1, 2, 1, 0, 3, 1 (TD), failed 2 pt from 2 yard line
    2nd drive one 4 yard run
    3rd drive 14 yards
    4th drive 1 yard
    5th drive 2, -1
    6th no runs
    7th drive 1 yards, 5 yards
    8th drive 4 yards
    9th drive 2 yards
    10th drive 14, 3 yards
    11th drive 9, 3
    12th no runs
    13th 4, 3

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