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  • Return of Lava
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    Originally posted by Birdo
    :offtopic:
    Now here is a fair-weather fan. Why would you take it off, and of all things put it in the trunk? Extremely disappointing...

    And how do you think that having a bigger back is the solution to our playoff woes?

    With regard to the actual topic of the thread, Rod will be around at least 2-4 years I think. I see him playing a couple more good seasons, maybe another as a #2 or 3 and then hanging it up.
    Fair weather!!!!

    I dont think you quite understand, the way i was feeling at that time, I was ready to snap on any steeler fan who said something to me. the slightest thing and i would have went off, which probably would not have been good, cause i had to walk down the street filled with drunk steeler fans.

    And yeah i put the hat in my trunk, so freakin(keepin it clean) what if that disappoints you, i was embarrassed the steelers did that to us in our own house. I was disappointed at THAT. I didnt want to see anything with a bronco logo, i didnt watch the news didnt watch the highlights, on the way home I drove 35 miles per hour and the speed limit was like 70 i was in disarray. I'll do what i wanna do. If I was a fair weather fan i would not have given a flip if we won or lost id roll with the steelers when i was in pittsburgh like my mom and my sister damnit. You dont know what its like i was in Atlanta when we beat them in the SuperBowl people wanted to beat me up, but i still wore the davis jersey to school. You dont know what you talkin about

    and how could the rest of yall let him call me a fairweather fan?

    anyway, haiving a bigger back puts in in better position to play with the tougher defenses. with our smallish o-line we need a back who can get yards after contact.
    Last edited by Return of Lava; 09-09-2006, 12:37 PM.

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  • Ravage!!!
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    Originally posted by Return of Lava
    doesnt matter who it comes from if its true then its true.

    and if it comes from me, its true
    YOu mean truly Bunk......

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  • Lorcust
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    Originally posted by RazR
    Hard to blame Rod Smith for that though, right? I think Chad Johnson would've been shut down as well.
    I'm not blaming Rod, I'm just saying that the Pittsburgh D is one that could shut him, among other receivers down. Their defense is just that vicious.

    The combination of pressure on the QB mixed with tight coverages and well placed double coverages make them a strong competitor, no doubt.

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  • RazR
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    Originally posted by Lorcust
    Well then the Pittsburgh defense was doing it's job then right? Take Smith out of the game, neutralize that crossing pattern... a combination of significant pressure and great coverage kept Rod Smith out of the game.
    Hard to blame Rod Smith for that though, right? I think Chad Johnson would've been shut down as well.

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  • RazR
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    Originally posted by Champ>NFL
    Im going to get flamed for this. I love Rod i truly do. But the mas not going to be succesful in either this season or the next. He cant get any seperation from CB's anymore. they only have to bump and Run him and its over. Thats why it was stupid to let Ashley Go...
    Couldn't agree with you less. Last season I lost count of how many times be made a CB look stupid because of his PERFECT route running game.

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  • Snk16
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    Originally posted by Champ>NFL
    Im going to get flamed for this. I love Rod i truly do. But the mas not going to be succesful in either this season or the next. He cant get any seperation from CB's anymore. they only have to bump and Run him and its over. Thats why it was stupid to let Ashley Go...
    You're kidding me right?

    Rod was more productive than Ashley last year...

    I find that this is the best part of the thread. He spelled career wrong.

    :idiot:

    :brick:

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  • Lorcust
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    Originally posted by Return of Lava
    i still cant believe we lost that game.

    i was at a friends house in pittsburgh at the time(steeler fan), i walked outside to my car and everybody was just whootin and hollerin. i had to take off my broncos hat and put it in the trunk i was so embarrassed.

    Time to wash it and put it on again!

    We need to learn to match up with the better teams, forget the sorry teams we always roll over them. In the playoffs we just stop running the ball well. Thats why we needed a bigger back this year.
    There are more problems in the playoffs we have than runningback. Our d-line had no pressure during the Pitt game and it was some bull**** playcalling. Why he didn't adjust, when he needed to the most, is beyond me.

    We don't always do bad on good run defenses. Hell, the chargers have on of the best front 7's in the league and we face them twice a year. Tatum get's the starting nod and he produces 60 or so yards and 3 TDs including a nice 20 yard run up the middle for the TD.

    Sadly, the Pittsburgh D is going to look as tough as ever and now we have to face them in their house, the terrible towels rotating in the fans hands as much as ever. Hopefully we can beat them now, but considering our lack of pass rush especially, I don't see it happening.

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  • Birdo
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    Originally posted by Return of Lava
    i still cant believe we lost that game.

    i was at a friends house in pittsburgh at the time(steeler fan), i walked outside to my car and everybody was just whootin and hollerin. i had to take off my broncos hat and put it in the trunk i was so embarrassed.

    Time to wash it and put it on again!

    We need to learn to match up with the better teams, forget the sorry teams we always roll over them. In the playoffs we just stop running the ball well. Thats why we needed a bigger back this year.
    :offtopic:
    Now here is a fair-weather fan. Why would you take it off, and of all things put it in the trunk? Extremely disappointing...

    And how do you think that having a bigger back is the solution to our playoff woes?

    With regard to the actual topic of the thread, Rod will be around at least 2-4 years I think. I see him playing a couple more good seasons, maybe another as a #2 or 3 and then hanging it up.

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  • Return of Lava
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    Originally posted by Lorcust
    Well then the Pittsburgh defense was doing it's job then right? Take Smith out of the game, neutralize that crossing pattern... a combination of significant pressure and great coverage kept Rod Smith out of the game.
    i still cant believe we lost that game.

    i was at a friends house in pittsburgh at the time(steeler fan), i walked outside to my car and everybody was just whootin and hollerin. i had to take off my broncos hat and put it in the trunk i was so embarrassed.

    Time to wash it and put it on again!

    We need to learn to match up with the better teams, forget the sorry teams we always roll over them. In the playoffs we just stop running the ball well. Thats why we needed a bigger back this year.
    Last edited by Return of Lava; 09-09-2006, 09:35 AM.

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  • Lorcust
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    Originally posted by LoyalSoldier
    Not really....it was more along the lines of the ball never got to Rod.
    Well then the Pittsburgh defense was doing it's job then right? Take Smith out of the game, neutralize that crossing pattern... a combination of significant pressure and great coverage kept Rod Smith out of the game.

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  • Return of Lava
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    Originally posted by Ravage!!!
    this coming from the guy that states that Plummer is "almost" as good as Elway....and Mike Bell got the starting job because he was a Bronco fan as a kid.
    doesnt matter who it comes from if its true then its true.















































    and if it comes from me, its true
    Last edited by Return of Lava; 09-09-2006, 09:29 AM.

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  • LoyalSoldier
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    Originally posted by Lorcust
    Pittsburgh did.
    Not really....it was more along the lines of the ball never got to Rod.

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  • Lorcust
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    Originally posted by HORSEPOWER 56
    Rod Smith running one of his patented crossing routes is nearly indefensible!

    NO ONE CAN STOP THE ROD SMITH CROSSING ROUTE!!!
    Pittsburgh did.

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  • sharp_shepherd
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    Originally posted by DawgFanatic
    don't have exactly have to have lightning speed to get separation from the defenders, if u run the routes right, it will happen, can't say he does or doesn't,i don't watch his games, but he made the pro bowl last year, so he did something right...

    Enough said, thank you.

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  • HORSEPOWER 56
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    Rod Smith running one of his patented crossing routes is nearly indefensible!

    NO ONE CAN STOP THE ROD SMITH CROSSING ROUTE!!!

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