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  • #16
    too true, too true.


    • #17
      The second Chiefs/Bronocs game will mean A LOT, more than it has it recent years.

      The game is in Invesco, a damn hard place to go in a take a win. The Bronocs will be playing for their very playoff lives, while the Chiefs will be looking to seal up the division.

      Too close to call a winner in, though I imagine the official line will be chiefs by 3-6 points, I wouldn't place a bet on it.

      Damn, it doesn't get much better than this folks!

      Originally posted by vandal68
      Hey pal... Maybe you should have reserved those comments for another time, or did you forget..... The chiefs still have to play in our backyard and I have a feeling that you will be singing (or crying) a different tune when it is all said and done. The chiefs are not out of the woods by any stretch of the imagination and they are beginning to show their true colors. There luck is running out and as you know, it takes a little more than luck to make it in the playoffs. You should hold off on that ****yness for now because I don't expect to see you on this messageboard talking out of your butt after we kick the chiefs here in Denver. I for one am looking forward to reading your response (or lack of) in a couple of weeks.

      THE VANDAL..............


      • #18
        Originally posted by Chris
        how many games have the chiefs won by a touchdown or less?

        better not have a "classic no reply" (who wants to reply to an inflammatory post in the first place)
        how many games has the Donkos lost by 10 points or more?

        And hey vandal... if you all bring your game you brought on sunday vs the Bears, you dont stand a chance.

        Yeah, you will be more pumped to jam against the 11-1 chiefs... but perhaps after another demoralizing loss vs the Raiders, you just wont have it in you.

        heh. all you want... it wont help.
        [nelson] Hah Hah! [/nelson]


        • #19
          That question is pointless. I was alluding to the fact that your record does not reflect your team's performance. A lot of it is luck. I give kudos to you for knowing how to win, but you're not blowing away competition.

          The Broncos have lost 5 games. You've lost 1. That is why my question was valid. How many games have the chiefs won by 7 or less?


          • #20
            Originally posted by chi3fs
            how many games has the Donkos lost by 10 points or more?
            In answer to that question, the Broncos have lost 1 game by 10 or more points. And that was a 3 point ball game against Baltimore until halfway through the 4th quarter when our 3rd-string QB threw a pick, turned the ball over on downs, and threw another pick giving the Ravens the ball on our 20, 14 and 28 yardline in all three of their garbage-time scores. And this was the same Ravens team that the fully healthy Chiefs were statistically outplayed by and only lost the game because they gave Dante a second return chance on a penalty.

            The point is that in every one of our losses, we were in every single game. Does that make the losses any easier to swallow? Not really. But I'm just attempting to dissuade you from your implication that the Broncos have somehow been blown out in a bunch of games. Not that I have any serious aspirations on that front considering you're one of the more biased Chiefs fans.
            "You can't take the sky from me..."
            "You can't shake the Devil's hand and say you're only kidding"


            • #21
              The broncos haven't been able to play a complete game all year. Neither have the Chiefs. The difference has been that when the Broncos don't play a full 60 minutes they play the first 30 and then disappear in the second half making it friggin near impossible to steal victories. The Chiefs don't play a full 60 either, but they slack off intermitently so that even at the end of games they are close enough to pull them out.

              Over all the broncos are more consistent than the Chiefs as to when they lose focus, it always seems after the half, whereas the Chiefs lose focus a little in each quarter, but not enough to seriously hurt themselves.
              Individual commitment to a group effort - that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.

              It's easy to have faith in yourself and have discipline when you're a winner, when you're number one. What you got to have is faith and discipline when you're not a winner.

              Vince Lombardi


              • #22
                the only thing positive was....

                it was loss to a NFC team. we still have a good record in the conference. we have to win the conference games. Oak,cleve,Kc and indy have to be wins. Optimism is a little low since the lost to the bears but that changes quickly with a road win against the raiders.
                Bronco fan 33 years and counting, GO BRONCOS!


                • #23
                  There are a few "fans" that are glass "half empty", I am not one of them.

                  I think Mer that most of the fans that post and some that mostly read are disappointed with the loss to the Bears but are true fans. I was up on and 72% of the people in a poll said they were the most shocked that the Broncos lost to the Bears.

                  Who would have dreamed that Kansas City would lose to Cinci??? Most of us hoped that but we did not think that it was going to happen.

                  I am sure Kansas City is pleased Denver lost to Chicago. As one of your staunchest fans has said KC does not want to face Denver in the playoffs.

                  Don't worry Mer, most of us are still true to the "Orange and Blue", and the ones that are not, well... Good Riddance!!!
                  Go Broncos!!! - Hosea 10:12