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  • DeBroncos47
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    Originally posted by LightningBolt
    If the Broncos couldn't beat Chargers at home, what makes you think they can beat them away? Not to mention also that you will be starting a rookie quarterback which will mean that you guys might even lose some of the easier games. I like your optimism though.

    We can beat the chargers at home and away..... not saying last game was a fluke cuz chargers beat us good.

    but shanny made some big mistakes at the wrong time. I like plummer he has brought us to the playoffs and a 13-3 record last season, but shanny shouldnt of let him have the ball on 4th and what was it 3 or 7 yards something like that. should have trusted the defense more.. so with that final play and plummer giving the ball up so close to there endzone it made us look like we lost harder then we really should have.

    like i said i like plummer but im excited to see what cutler does, and like some people said i dont think he can really do worse then what plummer has done. you never know he might be the missing link the one that puts confidence in the team and the fans.

    12-4 sounds good, but i think we will go 11-5 unfortunatly and to many great teams out there this season, so the chances of making it to the superbowl are slim. but BRONCOS are my team and i have faith in every one of them so i say COME GET SOME BOLTS!!!!

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  • SDERA
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    Originally posted by GoBroncos84
    I think we win the Seattle game, along with San Fran and Arizona. That puts us at 10-6. I will go into the Cincy game with optimism, because they may be elminated from the playoffs at that point any way. They have poor defense, we just dont want to get into a shoot out with them. I also have some confidence in beating San Diego. Not because we are playing better than them, obviously not. But just to balance things out we can make a statement there. I dont know if it will be Cincy or San Diego, but I am predicting 11 wins for Denver and a wild card spot.

    San Fran and Arizona Ill give you but thats not sayin much. You'll need to side step the 49ers too, they are HOT right now.
    Cincy isnt eliminated yet, they are one of those teams that will disrupt the playoff picture along with Pittsburgh because how strong they finish.

    Im predicting 10 wins, and a wildcard spot for Denver, but maybe Im just being overly bias. But honestly, bias aside. Im more afraid of KC then I am of you guys. I have been all year.

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  • Chidoze
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    I think SD is going to keep command of the AFCW title. So I'm hoping for a surge like pittsburgh had last year when they were 7-5. For those who dont know, they went from 7-5 to 11-5, got a wildcard, beat thier division rival in the wildcard(Bengals), went on to beat Indy in the division playoff, beat Denver in the conference Championship, and beat the Seahawks to WIN THE SUPERBOWL. I hope this exact scenario happens to the Broncos this year......

    Not likely though...

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  • TXBRONC
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    Originally posted by goucho141
    Nothing is standing in their way. 12 and 4
    There are five opponents that we have yet to play that aren't going just roll over for us. Last season a Charger fan kept coming to the board saying the same thing about the Chargers it never came to fruition. It's not impossible for Denver to run the table but I don't think it's realistic either.

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  • GoBroncos84
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    Originally posted by SDERA
    And none of those games you'll be favored in. Even Cincy.
    I think we win the Seattle game, along with San Fran and Arizona. That puts us at 10-6. I will go into the Cincy game with optimism, because they may be elminated from the playoffs at that point any way. They have poor defense, we just dont want to get into a shoot out with them. I also have some confidence in beating San Diego. Not because we are playing better than them, obviously not. But just to balance things out we can make a statement there. I dont know if it will be Cincy or San Diego, but I am predicting 11 wins for Denver and a wild card spot.

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  • Bronco7hunter
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    At san Diego is a loss. The other game that worries me is Cincinnati. They will score points. I'm not sure we can anymore.

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  • SDERA
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    Originally posted by GoBroncos84
    We will beat the cardinals and the 49ers. We then need to win atleast one and more likely 2 of the games out of Sea, SD, and Cincy.
    And none of those games you'll be favored in. Even Cincy.

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  • GoBroncos84
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    Originally posted by JRWIZ
    SEA, SAN, CIN, PHX, SANFRAN

    surely you jest we might win against CIN or SAN FRAN. But the others are slam dunks for the other teams.
    We will beat the cardinals and the 49ers. We then need to win atleast one and more likely 2 of the games out of Sea, SD, and Cincy.

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  • JRWIZ
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    Originally posted by goucho141
    Nothing is standing in their way. 12 and 4
    SEA, SAN, CIN, PHX, SANFRAN

    surely you jest we might win against CIN or SAN FRAN. But the others are slam dunks for the other teams.

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  • SDERA
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    Originally posted by broncofan27
    Except for Kansas City and San Diego but heck those guys are nothing
    Heck, KC almost swept you and San Diego has a chance seeing as Merriman and Castillo will be back and they have homefield advantage.
    Chargers havn't lost a home game yet this year.


    Denver is in serious trouble, especially if they lose to Seattle with Hasselbeck coming back.

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  • GoBroncos84
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    I am hoping for an 11-5 season... that will not win the AFC West in my opinion. We are shooting for a Wild Card spot unless we can beat San Diego in San Diego and get some help.

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  • LightningBolt
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    Originally posted by goucho141
    Nothing is standing in their way. 12 and 4
    If the Broncos couldn't beat Chargers at home, what makes you think they can beat them away? Not to mention also that you will be starting a rookie quarterback which will mean that you guys might even lose some of the easier games. I like your optimism though.

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  • SCI03
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    Originally posted by goucho141
    Nothing is standing in their way. 12 and 4
    Based on this post, Instead of multi dimentional, you are "mostly dillusional" Sorry, couldn't pass that one up. I hope you're right, but with offenses we are playing against, and as good as Cutler potential is and the fact he has yet to play one down in the NFL or any football in the 3 months. It is hard to think he could make up for the QB woes and other holes in our line up.

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  • Nomad Broncofan
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    Great optimism, I wish I were like you. If anything Denver comes out second maybe even third.

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  • broncofan27
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    Originally posted by goucho141
    Nothing is standing in their way. 12 and 4
    Except for Kansas City and San Diego but heck those guys are nothing

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