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  • Originally posted by johntbronco View Post
    We lost to Indy Jan 2015, Jan 2005, Jan 2004, and Jan 2002 = 4
    We lost to Pittsburgh Jan 2006, Dec 84 and Dec 78 =3 (We aslo beat them 4 times)

    ravens we only lost twice Jan 2013 and Dec 2000
    We lost to Seattle twice Feb 4th (superbowl) and Dec 83 when they were in our division
    We have a Winner (although I have Indy and Pitt tied for 3 playoff victories each over our Broncos.)

    But yes, lost to Indy during the seasons of 2003, 4 and 14....and Pitsburgh during the seasons of 1978, 84, and 2005.





    (JT...you know it will be a short while for another CP)
    Last edited by CanDB; 04-14-2018, 11:05 AM.

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    • Originally posted by CanDB View Post
      We have a Winner (although I have Indy and Pitt tied for 3 playoff victories each over our Broncos.)

      But yes, lost to Indy during the seasons of 2003, 4 and 14....and Pitsburgh during the seasons of 1978, 84, and 2005.





      (JT...you know it will be a short while for another CP)
      Don't worry about the CP! I got curious and wanted to know. Fun in the research!

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      • Originally posted by johntbronco View Post
        Don't worry about the CP! I got curious and wanted to know. Fun in the research!
        I got you. You should post the next question
        "Happiness is just an illusion, filled with sadness and confusion." Jimmy Ruffin

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        • Originally posted by CanDB View Post
          Quickie Question:

          Which 2 teams have been the biggest playoff problem for The Broncos?
          Denver is 5-3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers all-time, so far, in the playoffs. Sounds like the Broncos have been a bigger problem for the Steelers than the other way around.

          Denver is 0-2 against the Baltimore Ravens in the playoffs. So, which is the bigger problem? A team Denver has a winning record against in the playoffs, or a team they have never beaten in the playoffs?

          You need to define what you mean by "biggest playoff problem".
          "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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          • Originally posted by samparnell View Post
            Denver is 5-3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers all-time, so far, in the playoffs. Sounds like the Broncos have been a bigger problem for the Steelers than the other way around.

            Denver is 0-2 against the Baltimore Ravens in the playoffs. So, which is the bigger problem? A team Denver has a winning record against in the playoffs, or a team they have never beaten in the playoffs?

            You need to define what you mean by "biggest playoff problem".
            I went on the most losses....but did not want to make it too easy by asking an easy question. These things are so easy to look up that I occasionally add some "creative" words to make sure no one gets them in one simple look up. I'll CP you, as I do not want trivia to become a place to disagree. You are correct about needing to define, but then again, it's just fun.....not to mention, I will always give out CP for other answers if they make any sense.

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            • Question:

              When reviewing the roster, what was similar about these 3 Broncos - Goose Gonsoulin, Sammy Winder and Willie Middlebrooks?

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              • Originally posted by CanDB View Post
                Question:

                When reviewing the roster, what was similar about these 3 Broncos - Goose Gonsoulin, Sammy Winder and Willie Middlebrooks?
                They each wore jersey #23.
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                • Originally posted by 80stheman View Post
                  they each wore jersey #23.
                  winner!!!!!

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                  • Austin "Goose" Gonsoulin, a Safety, Sammy Winder, an RB, and Willie Middlebrooks, a CB.....all wore #23 for The Denver Broncos.








                    OK....I'll give you all a break for a few days!

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                    • Originally posted by CanDB View Post
                      Austin "Goose" Gonsoulin, a Safety, Sammy Winder, an RB, and Willie Middlebrooks, a CB.....all wore #23 for The Denver Broncos.








                      OK....I'll give you all a break for a few days!
                      Bonus question, Can: In addition to wearing #23 and playing DB, what else did Gonsulin and Middlebrooks have in common?
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                      • Originally posted by 80stheman View Post
                        Bonus question, Can: In addition to wearing #23 and playing DB, what else did Gonsulin and Middlebrooks have in common?
                        They both played for The 49ers?

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                        • Originally posted by CanDB View Post
                          They both played for The 49ers?
                          Yep. After starting their careers as Broncos, they both finished by playing a season as 49ers
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                          • Originally posted by 80stheman View Post
                            Yep. After starting their careers as Broncos, they both finished by playing a season as 49ers
                            Good add on question pal!!! Fun for me to have to put on one of these......

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                            • Originally posted by samparnell View Post
                              Denver is 5-3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers all-time, so far, in the playoffs. Sounds like the Broncos have been a bigger problem for the Steelers than the other way around.

                              Denver is 0-2 against the Baltimore Ravens in the playoffs. So, which is the bigger problem? A team Denver has a winning record against in the playoffs, or a team they have never beaten in the playoffs?

                              You need to define what you mean by "biggest playoff problem".
                              One could make the argument that SEA & SF are DEN's biggest problems. The 2 largest SB blowouts IN HISTORY!
                              "Happiness is just an illusion, filled with sadness and confusion." Jimmy Ruffin

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                              • Originally posted by HUMCALC View Post
                                One could make the argument that SEA & SF are DEN's biggest problems. The 2 largest SB blowouts IN HISTORY!
                                This is actually better than I thought....trivia with some added discussion.

                                Well, good news is that this will get better when Lumiere gets back on board, after a short break from action. I am more of the backup, but will do my best.

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