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    we have a tough schedule next year. normally i would be worried, but denver usually rises to the occasion against good teams and chokes against bad. i think our schedule is harder this year than last so i am excited. except for us playin our conference games all in a row, wut the hell is that?
    Last edited by atruebroncosfan; 03-27-2006, 07:32 AM.





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    If I remember that is what people said last offseason. Or do I need to dig it up?
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    • #3
      The schedule actually depends on what games are away and what games are at home. San Diego this last year had a really hard schedule because of all their tough away games. That could happen to Denver this year and if it does that just means we commanded respect in being in the AFC Championship.

      Also our division has to play many of the same games because that is the way the NFL has been setup.

      If we win with a tough schedule, that means all the better we do in the Superbowl because we will prove to other teams we deserve to be there.
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      • #4
        I'm excited to see all the "welcome to Broncos Country" and "the playoffs are back in Broncos Country" banners next year!! and we only need to be better than three teams to be atop the AFC west.



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        • #5
          Originally posted by atruebroncosfan
          we have a tought schedule next year. normally i would be worried, but denver usually rises to the occasion against good teams and chokes against bad. i think our schedule is harder this year than last so i am excited. except for us playin our conference games all in a row, wut the hell is that?

          The schedule on the main site lists the teams we will play, but the dates and order have not been released... Don't worry, the NFL isn't totally brain dead.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by atruebroncosfan
            we have a tought schedule next year. normally i would be worried, but denver usually rises to the occasion against good teams and chokes against bad. i think our schedule is harder this year than last so i am excited. except for us playin our conference games all in a row, wut the hell is that?
            yea some real tough games against the niners/cards/rams.......those 3 teams suck, and they're going to suck next year too. our division, yea could be tough. The pats? steelers? definitely tough.......I think our schedule last year will be tougher than the schedule we have this year. just my opinion though.

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            • #7
              I have said it before and I will say it again. You don't know how tough a team is till after you played them.

              The last two years we have had teams that were in the superbowl the previous year. Those teams weren't as tough as we thought they were going to be.

              Then there are teams that sucked in the previous year and they were very tough when we faced them (NYG anyone?)

              Only hindsight tells you how good a team was.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Buff_bronc_fan
                The schedule on the main site lists the teams we will play, but the dates and order have not been released... Don't worry, the NFL isn't totally brain dead.


                Yeah, I see what you'ew sayin. I was wonderin how he knew that, since the schedules have yet to be revealed. Besides, I don't know what'd be the concern over conference games ...division games, now that I can see.


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                • #9
                  I like our schedule next year. We know we wil play the Chiefs on thanksgiving (I love it when the Broncos play on thursday). We get Seattle at home and Baltimore at home. ( Standing ovation for Mike the Marine and T.P.)! I couldn't be happier. Should be some good competetive games next year (N.E. and Pit.) while we should get a couple of blowouts (S.F. and Ari.). IMH opinion S.F. and Arizona will not be good teams next year and we should score 30+ on those fools while holding them under 14. With the team Denver has now they should be able to win 10+ games this year easy.Two years in a row It looked like the Broncos wern't going anywhere but last year was definately a step in the right direction. Hopfully we can take it farther next year. I seem to remember Pittsburgh loosing at home to N.E. in the 05' AFC championship by a score of (N.E 41 - Pit. 27). They came back to win it all and mabey we can do the same. Go Denver!
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                  • #10
                    The hardest team the Broncos will play will be themselves. They just have to go and play Broncos football and they will do fine.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by atruebroncosfan
                      we have a tough schedule next year. normally i would be worried, but denver usually rises to the occasion against good teams and chokes against bad. i think our schedule is harder this year than last so i am excited. except for us playin our conference games all in a row, wut the hell is that?

                      This is what is so funny to me. Last season, the Colts were said to have the easiest schedule in the history of the NFL... When in fact this schedule you have this year is the same exact schedule the Colts had last season. The Colts played the AFC North and NFC West last season.

                      This season, the Colts play the Broncos (AFC Wests) schedule from last season this season.

                      Now, being that I am not dumb... I know that teams change from year to year. Teams that excelled last season can fall on their faces this season and teams that fell flat on their faces could excel this season. Things change that quickly. I just wanted to know what made you come to the conclusion, before the season actually started, that this years schedule was so brutal already when it was the "easiest in the NFL history" just a few short months ago?

                      Now, you can easily say that the AFC West is a lot more competitive than the AFC South... which would be true... if we are talking about last season. But, like everything else... that could also change this season.

                      I just found it amusing that it went from the easiest schedule in NFL history to "hard." That is all.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by imh
                        while we should get a couple of blowouts (S.F. and Ari.). IMH opinion S.F. and Arizona will not be good teams next year and we should score 30+ on those fools while holding them under 14.
                        I'll give you that as of now, the niners look tanktasic. But, the Cards? They may not have a good D, but that O could be something else. Fitzgeral, Bolden, and Edge? That's rather scary

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                        • #13
                          I think that Arizona and Seattle will both be competitive this season. At least NFC's standard of competitive. The Rams and Niners are questionable for me.

                          I think the Steelers will remain competitive. The Bengals? I think all of this season rides on Carson Palmers recovery. Will he be ready? If he isn't completely 100%... how long will it take for him to fully recover? So, that is a wait and see situation. I do believe that the Browns will step it up a little this season and can pull off a few upsets for the teams that play them this season. The Ravens? I have to see about them also.

                          Then you have the Colts and Patriots. Colts need to get a RB because Dominic Rhodes is not the answer... and the Patriots? Well, they are the Patriots and you can not count them out until they are out. I would love the Phins to take the division from them this season... but, that is to be seen?

                          Also, your division. It is hard to say how competitive the AFC West will be this season. A lot of changes have been made to the three other teams in the AFC West... and I do not know how they will adjust to the changes?

                          It is going to be a great season... I just wish it would hurry and get here!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Pandapeep
                            I'll give you that as of now, the niners look tanktasic. But, the Cards? They may not have a good D, but that O could be something else. Fitzgeral, Bolden, and Edge? That's rather scary
                            Actually Arizona finished with the 8th ranked defense last year. There defense is pretty good.
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                            • #15
                              man that schedule is brutal. Normally you can guarantee at least 7 - 8 wins. This year I see 5 maybe 6 guaranteed wins., But with all that said there will be no room for rest this year. This team played extremely well last year and if they can get into the playoffs with a good seed that should be a testament of just how good the team is .
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