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  • 3-2 Feels Like 0-5

    I feel this team is officially done and checked out for the Year same ole problem year after year. No Real QB No Real HC and and OC that just of been fired last year no hope in Denver once again.

  • #2
    At least 0-5 would have had us on a good pace for a high pick. Probably gonna finish with 6 or 7 wins, missing out on the top prospects in the draft.
    Eternal Broncos Optimist

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    • #3
      denver barely beat pittsburgh in january the last time the broncos won the super bowl , they nearly beat them again now with a good performance from tb and javonte williams unlucky with the spike in the end zone , also the linebacker nearly had two ints which would have made a huge difference but of course its tough for a player at that position , onwards and upwards.

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      • #4
        It would help if 2-Yard Teddy and the great OC would actually do something.. 3-0, heading to 3-14. This teams pathetic.
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        • #5
          i somewhat agree with a the feeling. But I don't believe the QB play is the issue. Our losing battle ints trenches is the bigger issue. Coming into the game , that Steeler OL was among the worst in the league. Ben was virtually untouched minus the one sack/fumble. If Chubb is that critical to our defensive front, then everyone should be fired as he's been about as reliable as Wentz and Garoppolo combined. The defensive front is atrocious, and that's being nice. We just can't keep hoping that Von Miller can save the day......with almost zero help. And the OL has been an absolute disaster, nothing else to say.

          The struggles in these areas showcase our WR/TE's inability to separate and the weakness in our secondary. It also contributes to the sloppy play we've seen as of late.


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          • #6
            Originally posted by Megalodon30 View Post
            At least 0-5 would have had us on a good pace for a high pick. Probably gonna finish with 6 or 7 wins, missing out on the top prospects in the draft.
            A high pick for what? More cornerback depth, so we can pass on a quarterback or game changer like Micah Parsons? Well, then at least we wouldn't have to turn around and trade up in the 2nd for a time share running back while cornerbacks like Asante Samuel are still on the board with our original pick. That'd be nice, I guess.

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            • #7
              3-2 feels like 3-2 to me. We can still make the playoffs. Shoot we may even win a playoff game with sheer luck. That is the top cap of this team tho. One playoff with with extreme luck.

              In Bronco Country this is the goal anything less is not acceptable.
              Time to build on the win and grow the team from some solid play higher level of play

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DENVERSB50CHAMP View Post
                I feel this team is officially done and checked out for the Year same ole problem year after year. No Real QB No Real HC and and OC that just of been fired last year no hope in Denver once again.
                Have you seen Detroit btw? They been worse than this for decades. They have actually gone 0-fer and may do it again this year.

                They do not just feel it...they actually ARE it.
                Time to build on the win and grow the team from some solid play higher level of play

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by dbfansincefeb87 View Post
                  denver barely beat pittsburgh in january the last time the broncos won the super bowl , they nearly beat them again now with a good performance from tb and javonte williams unlucky with the spike in the end zone , also the linebacker nearly had two ints which would have made a huge difference but of course its tough for a player at that position , onwards and upwards.
                  That was absolutely terrible mistake by Williams. It's inexcusable in that situation. It completely killed all momentum, as it was followed by a holding call, then a terrible sack. From that moment, it was trying to stop the bleeding of a self inflicted wound.

                  And the 3 missed ints....... Alexander has to do better. You get your hands on the football 3 times, you have to make them pay. As every one of those missed opportunities led to Steeler points within the next 2-5 plays
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dbfansincefeb87 View Post
                    denver barely beat pittsburgh in january the last time the broncos won the super bowl , they nearly beat them again now with a good performance from tb and javonte williams unlucky with the spike in the end zone , also the linebacker nearly had two ints which would have made a huge difference but of course its tough for a player at that position , onwards and upwards.
                    The difference between getting those picks or not is does the team actually put high level investment into the ILB or do they keep trying to find bargain replacements?

                    Time to build on the win and grow the team from some solid play higher level of play

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Hadez View Post

                      The difference between getting those picks or not is does the team actually put high level investment into the ILB or do they keep trying to find bargain replacements?
                      One thing is for sure, the D looks much worse with Jewel out of the lineup. He may not be one of the more athletic LBs in the leagues, but it’s clear he had an impact on how well the unit as a whole was playing.
                      Eternal Broncos Optimist

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Megalodon30 View Post

                        One thing is for sure, the D looks much worse with Jewel out of the lineup. He may not be one of the more athletic LBs in the leagues, but it’s clear he had an impact on how well the unit as a whole was playing.
                        Jewell would have been great the last two games. Also would have been very useful against the Browns.

                        The Raiders + Chargers + Chiefs would have abused Jewell to no end in the passing game.

                        Bottom line is sooner or later the Broncos need to invest in their ILB. Maybe not let a good one walk for a not so big contract like Danny T did years ago.
                        Time to build on the win and grow the team from some solid play higher level of play

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Hadez View Post

                          The difference between getting those picks or not is does the team actually put high level investment into the ILB or do they keep trying to find bargain replacements?
                          Totally agree with you on that. Every spot in that front 7 that we don't take serious and truly invest in has been totally exposed. While you can commend Alexander on playing above his stock, we still need to put some serious effort and money into that position.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by flosstein View Post

                            That was absolutely terrible mistake by Williams. It's inexcusable in that situation. It completely killed all momentum, as it was followed by a holding call, then a terrible sack. From that moment, it was trying to stop the bleeding of a self inflicted wound.

                            And the 3 missed ints....... Alexander has to do better. You get your hands on the football 3 times, you have to make them pay. As every one of those missed opportunities led to Steeler points within the next 2-5 plays
                            Agreed. Make even one of those picks, and there is a good chance the game ends very differently.

                            We were dominated for 3 quarters. And nearly tied the game anyway. Something to think about.
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                            • #15
                              True. Those were the easiest 3 teams on the schedule, sans maybe Detroit and they pushed the Ravens to need a 66 yard record FG to win.

                              This team is no where near capable of competing with the Chargers and Chiefs.

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