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  • Player#7
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    In last few games champ was guarding gonzalez, not eddison.

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  • cabroncofanatic
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    Originally posted by JRWIZ
    houard is no slouch 7-1 games he has started lets hope the Broncos don't take him lightly.
    agreed. the chiefs o-line showed they couldn't protect the qb last wk. if ever there was a time for our d-line to step up and show they can get to the qb, it's this wk against this porous chiefs unit.

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  • JRWIZ
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    houard is no slouch 7-1 games he has started lets hope the Broncos don't take him lightly.

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  • cabroncofanatic
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    Originally posted by ECBronco
    Here is the article from today. Pretty good read. Enjoy!


    With the corners matched up one-on-one and Lynch in the box, the Broncos will then be able to double-team Chiefs TE Tony Gonzalez with a linebacker underneath and FS Nick Ferguson over the top.

    This defensive alignment will make it very difficult for Kansas City to run the ball and will also force veteran but untested QB Damon Huard to beat them.

    the chiefs will counter by running 3wr or 2te sets to get single converage for gonzalez, and to spread the field to create running lanes for lf. if we blitz, they'll use screen passes. and with lj, they'll use a lot of play action to buy huard some extra time. etc, etc.

    i agree with the game plan - stop lj and make huard beat us - but it won't be quite as easy as green supposes.

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  • topscribe
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    Originally posted by Dream
    LARRRY!!!!
    Yes?



    *Oh . . . Coyer*


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  • WABronco
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    Originally posted by Dream
    I see Larry Coyer just logged on! LARRRY!!!!
    Shhhhhhhhhh...........

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  • Dream
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    Originally posted by WABronco
    Basically all he's saying is that we're going to play man on the receivers and fill the box to stop Johnson.
    I see Larry Coyer just logged on! LARRRY!!!!

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  • Ravage!!!
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    thanks for the article ECBronco! : )

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  • WABronco
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    Originally posted by ECBronco
    Here is the article from today. Pretty good read. Enjoy!
    Bastard!

    You are too quick...
    Last edited by WABronco; 09-15-2006, 12:26 PM.

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  • WABronco
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    Basically all he's saying is that we're going to play man on the receivers and fill the box to stop Johnson.

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  • ECBronco
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    Here is the article from today. Pretty good read. Enjoy!

    One thing to look for in Denver's game this week against Kansas City is a few changes on the defensive side of the ball. On a weekly basis, and based on the opponent, Denver will mix in man and zone principles. This week, look for them to play almost exclusively man coverage.

    The Broncos have one shut-down corner in Champ Bailey and another solid cover corner in Darrent Williams. Denver believes these two can handle Chiefs WRs Eddie Kennison and Samie Parker one-on-one on the outside.

    Denver has one objective this week, and that is stopping Kansas City RB Larry Johnson. With QB Trent Green (concussion) out, the Chiefs will be extremely one-dimensional. For that reason, look for Denver to regularly drop safety John Lynch into the box to form an eight-man front.

    With the corners matched up one-on-one and Lynch in the box, the Broncos will then be able to double-team Chiefs TE Tony Gonzalez with a linebacker underneath and FS Nick Ferguson over the top.

    This defensive alignment will make it very difficult for Kansas City to run the ball and will also force veteran but untested QB Damon Huard to beat them.

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  • Ravage!!!
    started a topic ESPN's Jeremy Green's article on Denver Defense??

    ESPN's Jeremy Green's article on Denver Defense??

    Its posted on the insider, can anyone post it?
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