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  • #46
    You mean one of his 10 saving TDs was the one where Reggie Wayne schooled him week 17?

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    • #47
      Alright, this is what it comes down to... At the safety position... Would you rather have Rodney Harrison or Ed Reed?


      I would rather have the playmaker named ED REED!
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      • #48
        Originally posted by #1 Griffin Fan
        You mean one of his 10 saving TDs was the one where Reggie Wayne schooled him week 17?
        Um ya, I've never seen a defensive player get beat for a touchdown off a spin move in my life. That's the first time that has happened in the history of the NFL. There's not one HOF defensive player that ever got beat by a spin move by a great receiver. That has never happened. How must Kenoy feel that he's the first?

        Maybe he shouldn't feel anything if knew of all the crying around here.
        D-BLOCK!

        That's what it is!

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        • #49
          Originally posted by GameTime
          Um ya, I've never seen a defensive player get beat for a touchdown off a spin move in my life. That's the first time that has happened in the history of the NFL. There's not one HOF defensive player that ever got beat by a spin move by a great receiver. That has never happened. How must Kenoy feel that he's the first?

          Maybe he shouldn't feel anything if knew of all the crying around here.
          All Kenoy had to do was push Wayne out of bounds. Kenoy doesn't make plays. He's slow, and gets beat many times.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by #1 Griffin Fan
            All Kenoy had to do was push Wayne out of bounds. Kenoy doesn't make plays. He's slow, and gets beat many times.
            Yea that's it, push him with your two hands...while he spins on you.
            D-BLOCK!

            That's what it is!

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            • #51
              Originally posted by GameTime
              Yea that's it, push him with your two hands...while he spins on you.
              If he's so "physical" he would be able to hit him, and he wouldn't let Wayne ***** him out of his socks.
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              • #52
                Originally posted by Elway1983
                Don't insult Brian Dawkins coverage skills, he is still the best safety in the league. Ed Reed is quicly catching him, though.
                Ed Reed was easily the best safety in the league, this year.

                DPotY was his reward.

                Dawkins is no doubt good. Not the best, anymore.
                Originally posted by boltzpride619
                What's so funny is seeing all this mess that the Donks and the fans have placed on themselves. Can you say Raiders.

                Originally posted by RunByDesign
                True comedy is observing the Self Imploding Organization that is the Raiders and then asking yourself this question:

                What separates them (Raiders) from us (Chargers)

                Answer: Championships.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by AlWilsonOwnsU
                  ...and if he leaves who plays SS?

                  and when John Lynch retires, who will bring the big hits?

                  bring in a yonger faster saftey!!

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                  • #54
                    People get off kennedy's back he messed up that play, what about Lynch getting run over by Holmes that allowed that 33 yard TD in the first game of the year? He is also a slow hard hitting safety who only had 1 int just like kennedy,so whats the point, players make mistakes. All i know is they both played well most of the year. and both need to improve from this year.
                    dont let him pull dat move on ya, dont let him pull that move.......................oh no dats da move! TOUCHDOWN!!!

                    I tried to warn ya.

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                    • #55
                      I definetly don't think lynch played horrible but Kennedy outplayed him...

                      anyone remember...

                      When he stripped the Tampa receiver
                      when he punched the ball out from Jerry Porter right when they were ready to score in the first game.
                      That pick in the charger game that kelly tipped up and he returned! (should have been a pick!!!)
                      all the open field tackles he made to keep running backs from going the distance!


                      We will regret it if we dont bring Kenoy back!

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by DBfan4lyfe
                        "Colts recievers are soft..."

                        And Indianapolis news the next day "Colts recievers scortch the Broncos secondary again."


                        Get him out of DENVER!
                        You can say that again, how can you talk trash and then go out there and get embarrased. Next time keep your mouth shut and do something on the field. Idiot.
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                        • #57
                          Kennoy has never improved his game. He has never gotten better he has always remained a head hunter and nothing more. the guy is good for nothing but a back up special teams role.
                          Only a fool allows another's opinion to anger him to the point of hurling insults.

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                          • #58
                            FA Kenoy Kennedy

                            Its funny how the people posting on this site forget something, they moved Lynch to SS who is actually a FS so that he and Kennedy could both be on the field. What is all this talk about Ed Reed, he's a killer safety, one who should be on the Broncos instead of Lelie. Face it Bronco Fans our secondary is weak, Middlebrooks is a bust and has been since day one, Walls and Herdon are maybe Nickelbacks, more like Dime backs. Kenoy and Lynch are both run support safties, neither do well in coverage. They could let Kenoy go, move Lynch over to his natural FS spot and get Donovin Darius from the Jags in FA. We also need to draft, or in FA go after some Dline, not the retreads we have on our line. Pryce played in the Colts playoff game a year ago and we still got shredded. He have no pash rush, no starting corner except Champ and 1 starting Saftey, we need some help on the def side of the ball...oh yeah I still think Jake the Jerk Plummer sucks and Shannies "Offensive Mastermind" has hit the wall. fire Shannahan and dump the Jerk too....

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by DBfan4lyfe
                              Alright, this is what it comes down to... At the safety position... Would you rather have Rodney Harrison or Ed Reed?
                              Probably the one that helped his team win a Super Bowl! Most of what Reed does is predicated on the fact that the Ravens have a strong pass rush. Unfortunately, we don't have that luxury.

                              I know it's fashionable to want to have an "Ed Reed" on our team considering the monster year he had. However, I think a lot of you forget we have to face Priest Holmes twice and LaDanian Tomlinson twice EACH year. Who's going to help in run support? Let's not swing the pendulum the other way where we ONLY have cover safeties either. 4 linemen, 4 LBs, 2 CBs and a Rover might work against a team w/no pass attack (eg, Ravens), but teams in AFC West are pretty balanced. We need a run-stopping SS AND a ball hawking FS! Don't throw the baby out w/the bath water.

                              Some of you have already brought this up, but the issue w/KK is whether we want to address IMMEDIATE needs versus LONG-TERM needs. If KK walks, we have a replacement in Ferguson, one that actually balances our defense better than having two run-stopping safeties like we have now.... BUT, in 2 years we'll be looking at FAs or draft to find a SS. Given our track record, will we find a better one than what we already have in Kennedy?

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                              • #60
                                Let Kennedy walk, let Lynch play out his contract at SS, being replaced with Ferguson on passing downs. Move Herndon or Middlebrooks (who played awesome this year) to FS. Walls is a very good CB when he's healthy. Alexander/LeSeur/Shaote give us depth in the nickel/dime roles, along with Chris Young at safety.

                                Problem solved.

                                Herndon brings good cover skills and great tackling ability versus the run to the Free Safety position. Its quite common to move corners over to safety and see success. In our case, this would also be economical and doable with the players currrently on the roster. But, our coaches are so bad with personnel, the thought probally never occured to them, they would rather overpay for some mediocre player as usual most likely.

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