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  • Originally posted by colowoz01 View Post
    If they all know Lock is no good, then why is he the # 2 ? Rypien should be promoted as he may do less damage.
    He might be worse than Lock.

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    • Originally posted by samparnell View Post

      Teddy was the only QB on the field in Denver today who threw no picks. He was personally responsible for as many TDS as was Herbert, who threw two.
      Our RBs had more rushing yards then Teddy had passing yards.

      Lets Ride!

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      • Originally posted by Hadez View Post

        Our RBs had more rushing yards then Teddy had passing yards.
        Good. Maybe Shurmur will remember that when we run the ball, good things happen. Nobody wants Teddy chucking it all over the field.

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        • Originally posted by Hadez View Post

          Our RBs had more rushing yards then Teddy had passing yards.
          Which is partly an artifact of his getting injured, and partly the result of a rational game plan, given that the Chargers defense is last in the league against the run as measured by yards per game:

          https://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/sta...yards-per-game

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          • imo he is awful every game we hardly use our wr's and way under use fant and yes we have no QB which is difficult but he has 0 creativity and thats why next sunday night will be an ugly game

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            • Originally posted by Bronco51 View Post

              Good. Maybe Shurmur will remember that when we run the ball, good things happen. Nobody wants Teddy chucking it all over the field.
              i agree you dont want him throwing it a lot but that is also why we are not going anywhere things have to be to perfect for him/us to win today was prime example need great running
              game and great defense...when 1 or both go away he can not generate enough offense heck today we only scored 21

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              • Originally posted by Hadez View Post

                Our RBs had more rushing yards then Teddy had passing yards.
                That's what happens when the play calls are run heavy. Teddy didn't play all the offensive snaps. If he had, he would have had more passing yards. In this kind of game ypa and completion % are probably more important total yards. Denver had 23 first downs eleven of which were via pass.
                "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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                • Originally posted by CasualFan View Post

                  Which is partly an artifact of his getting injured, and partly the result of a rational game plan, given that the Chargers defense is last in the league against the run as measured by yards per game:

                  https://www.teamrankings.com/nfl/sta...yards-per-game
                  This Broncos win proves the game plan to beat LAC still works.
                  They're fifth-best for opponent passing yards per game and last for opponent running yards per game as you mentioned.

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                  • Originally posted by samparnell View Post

                    That's what happens when the play calls are run heavy. Teddy didn't play all the offensive snaps. If he had, he would have had more passing yards. In this kind of game ypa and completion % are probably more important total yards. Denver had 23 first downs eleven of which were via pass.
                    To many buts in there. But we were run heavy. But Teddy got hurt. But completion % is important. You still able to drink the Teddy Kool aid.

                    Teddy had the same completion % in a loss to the Eagles. He had better completion % in losses to the Steelers, Browns and Raiders.

                    Wins > completion %

                    The point is that is the kind of game Teddy needs to be able to win. Lots of running, good defensive performance and minimal plays expected from Teddy.

                    Lets Ride!

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                    • Originally posted by Hadez View Post

                      To many buts in there. But we were run heavy. But Teddy got hurt. But completion % is important. You still able to drink the Teddy Kool aid.

                      Teddy had the same completion % in a loss to the Eagles. He had better completion % in losses to the Steelers, Browns and Raiders.

                      Wins > completion %

                      The point is that is the kind of game Teddy needs to be able to win. Lots of running, good defensive performance and minimal plays expected from Teddy.
                      Whose Kool Aid should fans be drinking for the rest of this season?

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                      • Originally posted by Hadez View Post

                        To many buts in there. But we were run heavy. But Teddy got hurt. But completion % is important. You still able to drink the Teddy Kool aid.

                        Teddy had the same completion % in a loss to the Eagles. He had better completion % in losses to the Steelers, Browns and Raiders.

                        Wins > completion %

                        The point is that is the kind of game Teddy needs to be able to win. Lots of running, good defensive performance and minimal plays expected from Teddy.
                        I'm confused. Teddy made plays today. Got us TDs instead of FGs like we're used to. Definitely HIS best game of the season, IMO.

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                        • Originally posted by Hadez View Post

                          To many buts in there. But we were run heavy. But Teddy got hurt. But completion % is important. You still able to drink the Teddy Kool aid.

                          Teddy had the same completion % in a loss to the Eagles. He had better completion % in losses to the Steelers, Browns and Raiders.

                          Wins > completion %

                          The point is that is the kind of game Teddy needs to be able to win. Lots of running, good defensive performance and minimal plays expected from Teddy.
                          Without Teddy, Denver loses to the Chargers yesterday. Seems like you have forgotten what happened. Did you record the game? If so, watch it again. Teddy scored the first TD on a scramble. After leaving the field at the end of the 1st quarter, he came back in the second half and led a great long drive at the first part of the 4th quarter that ended when he stiff armed Bosa to throw a TD.

                          Do not understand how the response to a win is to trash individuals, players or coaches. Drew Lock had his chance. He fumbled and if it hadn't been for Tim Patrick, it would have been a turnover. Then he throws a pick to spoil what could have been a shutout.

                          If you can watch the game again, it supports everything I said. Denver was 57% run which is run heavy. Teddy didn't play the whole game, but his passing was 7.2 ypa which is good. Sorry you're having such a hard time enjoying this win. Time for a break?
                          "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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                          • Originally posted by Hadez View Post

                            To many buts in there. But we were run heavy. But Teddy got hurt. But completion % is important. You still able to drink the Teddy Kool aid.

                            Teddy had the same completion % in a loss to the Eagles. He had better completion % in losses to the Steelers, Browns and Raiders.

                            Wins > completion %

                            The point is that is the kind of game Teddy needs to be able to win. Lots of running, good defensive performance and minimal plays expected from Teddy.
                            P.S. Do not recall having used the coordinating conjunction "but" in the post you quoted.
                            "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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                            • Special shout out for Shurmur calling read option on 2nd and goal. You’ve got Williams and Gordon and you think the best call in that situation is to let Lock run it.

                              Hopefully just the final nail in Shurmur’s coffin. Consistently, bafflingly bad calls in the worst situations.
                              Eternal Broncos Optimist

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                              • Originally posted by Megalodon30 View Post
                                Special shout out for Shurmur calling read option on 2nd and goal. You’ve got Williams and Gordon and you think the best call in that situation is to let Lock run it.

                                Hopefully just the final nail in Shurmur’s coffin. Consistently, bafflingly bad calls in the worst situations.
                                Shurmur seems to think that weird crap at bad times is the same as being creative and unpredictable.

                                Shurmur stinks. No if ands or buts about it. Good news is we only have to endure 3 more games of this putrescence.
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