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  • Originally posted by ksubroncosfan View Post
    I disagree. It was there. They easily could have gotten it if it wasn't for a bad snap taking Henderson off course, giving the edge defender a good angle on him. It was about execution, not the call. In terms of the situation I can see why some people might not like it. But, in terms of how the Bills were set up, it was definitely not a bad call.
    No respect for a good defense on the road. On the wrong side of the 50 yard line.
    They deserve to lose.

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    • Originally posted by Broncos-R-Great View Post
      It felt like they were trying to hard to force plays in the 2nd half, the game hadn't gone exactly like they hoped and they started to panic.

      With a young coach and QB we sorta lack the leadership needed to calm everybody done and let the game play out, because usually when you start trying to force things, bad stuff happens.

      Had we punted at that point and stuck with our game plan we probably win a close one, or pull away late in the 4th. I know we all hated Fox's hand clapping, but that's exactly what was needed in a game like this, encourage the players and let things play out, don't try to force it with a ridiculous fake punt deep in your own territory.

      VJ is young, he will learn (hopefully)
      I agree with you. They played like they had a rookie coach at the helm.

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      • Originally posted by capt. Jack View Post
        No respect for a good defense on the road. On the wrong side of the 50 yard line.
        They deserve to lose.
        Again, I disagree that it means they don't have respect for their defense. In fact, I think it showed the opposite. But, they had the numbers, the Bills were not positioned well. If the long snapper puts the snap on Henderson's chest, it was a first down. It came down to a player not executing. Not coaching on that play.
        Last edited by ksubroncosfan; 09-24-2017, 07:42 PM.

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        • Originally posted by ksubroncosfan View Post
          Again, I disagree that it means they don't have respect for their defense. In fact, I think it showed the opposite.
          Sounds good, It worked out great!

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          • Originally posted by capt. Jack View Post
            Sounds good, It worked out great!
            Oh. You're one of the hindsight 20-20 people.. I see. Again, it came down to a player not executing. The coaches correctly saw something that was there. If the player does what they're supposed to, it would have worked.

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            • Originally posted by ksubroncosfan View Post
              Oh. You're one of the hindsight 20-20 people.. I see.
              No,,,,, I dont believe you do it in your own territory thats all, rookie mistake.
              Not getting personal.

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              • Kirk is balling out.

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                • Originally posted by capt. Jack View Post
                  No,,,,, I dont believe you do it in your own territory thats all, rookie mistake.
                  Not getting personal.
                  But, if the snapper does his job, the broncos pick up the first. They had the numbers. Possibly gives them momentum. I can completely understand why they would take the risk. You don't like the call, cool. That doesn't make you right. Not every call is a bad call just because it didn't work out. Players have to execute. Just because a player doesn't execute doesn't mean it was a bad call. For example, the poor snap is no different than if they a player drops a pass on 4th down. In each case, if the player does their job, they succeed. Doesn't mean the coach didn't put them in position to succeed.
                  Last edited by ksubroncosfan; 09-24-2017, 07:55 PM.

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                  • Originally posted by dizzolve View Post
                    So now we're so sensitive in football that we award a new set of downs ..... automatic first down and 15 yards for THAT?

                    a fake hand shake?

                    I'm getting so over PC crap
                    It wasn't a hand shake issue. It was unsportsmanlike. Very unlike Von, as others said he pulled a Talib. I love the Broncos, but I really wish all that kind of stuff would stop.
                    That said, no way it cost us the game. Letting Tyrod Taylor go 20-26 for over 200 yds and 2 TD was the problem.

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                    • Originally posted by Chop_Block View Post
                      It wasn't a hand shake issue. It was unsportsmanlike. Very unlike Von, as others said he pulled a Talib. I love the Broncos, but I really wish all that kind of stuff would stop.
                      That said, no way it cost us the game. Letting Tyrod Taylor go 20-26 for over 200 yds and 2 TD was the problem.
                      it was at a pivotal point in the game where we could have slowed their momentum and pulled out a victory.
                      I really like Cheese.

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