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  • BroncosDivision
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    Originally posted by FrostySeamus View Post
    Love the guy. Every time he does an interview he talks about how all he wants is to win a Super Bowl here. He oozes toughness and confidence and you can definitely see the hunger in his eyes. He needs to be great. He is more than willing to do whatever it takes to win it all. Exactly the type of guy you need in the locker room of any contending team.
    Originally posted by dizzolve View Post
    One of the great balanced personalities of the NFL. Keeps it real and is so likable.

    Thanks for posting that. I think he really shined some light on what was and what is to come with Manning and the Broncos.

    He's one of our toughest players and he's not one of the biggest or strongest. Love this guy. Go Manny! I hope we hang to Sanders for a LONG time.
    Originally posted by Soulfire View Post
    I'm hoping Sanders has a good long career here in Denver. I love the passion he plays with and I think he brings a needed spark to our offense. I wish we had more guys like him on the offensive side of the ball... well, actuall... on both sides. I'm hoping the sweeping changes we'll be going through this next season will result in more guys playing their hearts out and leaving everything they have on the field.
    Good posts, I agree with pretty much all of it. :thumb:

    It's pretty depressing that a newcomer shows more heart and toughness than every other player on the team not named Anderson. It speaks volumes about their character because only those with a strong mentality will be able to still flourish on a team that lacks discipline and proper coaching.

    Hopefully we manage to keep Manny in Denver for a long time. He's already one of my favorites.
    Last edited by BroncosDivision; 02-01-2015, 10:50 AM.

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  • JJBroncoFan
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    I hope he stays for the long haul also, especially since I just ordered his jersey haha. Love the guys attitude and toughness, reminds me of Eddie McCaffrey.

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  • BroncoSynapses
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    Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    Well before you go ballistic he did say he wasn't privy to anything definitive in terms of hearing anything directly from Manning, just that he was getting treatment a lot and icing. He was comparing his own injury to Manning but it was just a reference. I don't want anyone to take my summary and make an actual judgement as to whether he could or should have played or not.
    Too late, a definitive judgement has been made! lol

    In all seriousness, it does sound like Manning should have missed a few games to heal up.

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  • Okta
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    Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    Well, then we must have had a bunch of wussy, baby, sniveling, pansy-butt, coaches.
    Which is what I believe we had.

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  • Soulfire
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    I'm hoping Sanders has a good long career here in Denver. I love the passion he plays with and I think he brings a needed spark to our offense. I wish we had more guys like him on the offensive side of the ball... well, actuall... on both sides. I'm hoping the sweeping changes we'll be going through this next season will result in more guys playing their hearts out and leaving everything they have on the field.

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  • FrostySeamus
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    Originally posted by dizzolve View Post
    One of the great balanced personalities of the NFL. Keeps it real and is so likable.

    Thanks for posting that. I think he really shined some light on what was and what is to come with Manning and the Broncos.

    He's one of our toughest players and he's not one of the biggest or strongest. Love this guy. Go Manny! I hope we hang to Sanders for a LONG time.
    Love the guy. Every time he does an interview he talks about how all he wants is to win a Super Bowl here. He oozes toughness and confidence and you can definitely see the hunger in his eyes. He needs to be great. He is more than willing to do whatever it takes to win it all. Exactly the type of guy you need in the locker room of any contending team.

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  • broncoslover115
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    Originally posted by MH Stampede View Post
    It could be that, or maybe they were just afraid to tell Peyton to sit down.
    Well, then we must have had a bunch of wussy, baby, sniveling, pansy-butt, coaches.

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  • MH Stampede
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    Originally posted by Okta View Post
    How did the coaches let him play! My gosh, they must have thought nothing of Brock.
    It could be that, or maybe they were just afraid to tell Peyton to sit down.

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  • dizzolve
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    One of the great balanced personalities of the NFL. Keeps it real and is so likable.

    Thanks for posting that. I think he really shined some light on what was and what is to come with Manning and the Broncos.

    He's one of our toughest players and he's not one of the biggest or strongest. Love this guy. Go Manny! I hope we hang to Sanders for a LONG time.

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  • FrostySeamus
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    I believe this is the interview for anyone who missed it (like I did.)

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  • broncoslover115
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    Originally posted by Okta View Post
    How did the coaches let him play! My gosh, they must have thought nothing of Brock.
    Well before you go ballistic he did say he wasn't privy to anything definitive in terms of hearing anything directly from Manning, just that he was getting treatment a lot and icing. He was comparing his own injury to Manning but it was just a reference. I don't want anyone to take my summary and make an actual judgement as to whether he could or should have played or not.

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  • Okta
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    Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    Just that he believes Manning will come back, that he's upset we're not playing in the SB and that Manning was really hurt. He said no excuses but Manning was constantly icing his thigh for about a month, constantly in the training room and that he (Sanders) had a quad strain and couldn't walk so he couldn't imagine how much Manning was hurting. But that Manning didn't talk about it.

    He also talked about how blessed he feels being a Bronco and feels the offense didn't help Manning make plays for him.
    How did the coaches let him play! My gosh, they must have thought nothing of Brock.

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  • Conner13
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    Sanders is a good dude, I believe. I remember when he signed with Denver I had a feeling that he'd have a bigger impact than any of the other star players who signed as well. It turned out to be true.

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  • broncoslover115
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    Originally posted by southern cross View Post
    I missed it. What did he say?
    Just that he believes Manning will come back, that he's upset we're not playing in the SB and that Manning was really hurt. He said no excuses but Manning was constantly icing his thigh for about a month, constantly in the training room and that he (Sanders) had a quad strain and couldn't walk so he couldn't imagine how much Manning was hurting. But that Manning didn't talk about it.

    He also talked about how blessed he feels being a Bronco and feels the offense didn't help Manning make plays for him.

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  • southern cross
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    I missed it. What did he say?

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