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  • dizzolve
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    3 INTS in game one is scary and critique is totally fair

    I'm not going to worry just yet personally. The guy had only a handful of INTs all of last season so maybe it's an anomaly.

    Really though, if Case can keep our team in the lead of games 50% of the time, the defense should be able to bring it home. He doesn't have to be perfect. We just need our fair share of leads, and have the ability to threaten all parts of the field

    Even Manning wasn't particularly flawless in his last season yet he gave the D something to work with.

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  • Uhcougar33
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    Well watching Case since College and after a not so good outing he has Historically come back the next game and plays nearly flawlessly. Just a quick example: Last year against Pitt he was 20-37 for only 167 yards No TD's or INT's. The next game against Tampa Bay he was 25-33 369 yards 3 TD's 0 INT's. Now I'm not predicting he will have that type of game but it will look a lot better stat wise.
    CaseFan give Denver's Fan a little break. I'm not sure how for back you go with Case. Me, back since College. What I realized last yr with the Minnesota fans is they haven't watched Case like I have and have the confidence in him like I do. All NFL fans have heard about Case is from the "experts" where last yr he is only a "game manager" to this yr where he's only a "marginal starter". They will come around just like the Minnesota fans did.

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  • ksubroncosfan
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    Originally posted by Broncos-R-Great View Post
    Keenum only threw 7 INTs all last year.... he threw almost half that amount in just one game, I think some of the criticism is justified
    Or you could use that as an example of a fluke. If multiple interception games become commonplace, then I'll jump right on that worry wagon.
    Last edited by ksubroncosfan; 09-10-2018, 02:45 PM.

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  • Broncos-R-Great
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    Originally posted by Casefan View Post
    YOU all sound just like the vikings fans last year. same kind of comments after an interseption. "we need Teddy" all the way through to the nfc championship. Teddy couldn't get on the field after he healed. take a deep breath
    case has this
    Keenum only threw 7 INTs all last year.... he threw almost half that amount in just one game, I think some of the criticism is justified

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  • Casefan
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    YOU all sound just like the vikings fans last year. same kind of comments after an interseption. "we need Teddy" all the way through to the nfc championship. Teddy couldn't get on the field after he healed. take a deep breath
    case has this

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  • multimoussa
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    Two things.
    1- where can I purchase a #30 Jersey?
    2- Let's give Joe Woods some love for the design of the defensive scheme. I know they need to work on tackling which I am sure they will, but the play calling to where stewart and Chris got sacks were amazing.

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  • L.M.
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    Originally posted by Rastic View Post
    Not to mention that if you change one event in the game everything that follows changes and it is impossible to know the outcome.
    Yes the time travel movies and shows are pretty explicit on this point!

    As I said earlier "almost" doesn't count in the NFL and whether it's "almost won" or "almost lost" makes no difference, so neither does "if" nor "could have" (unless it's for players breaking down tape and learning lessons from mistakes and lost opportunities). Plenty of teams have won the Superbowl by 3 points or less making mistakes along the way, but no one remembers all that crud, just the W!
    Last edited by L.M.; 09-10-2018, 12:14 PM.

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  • Broncos-R-Great
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    Originally posted by ksubroncosfan View Post
    I've never understood this logic. Kickers miss kicks. Quarterbacks throw interceptions, people fumble, defenders miss tackles, and defenders and receivers both drop big time passes. You can literally go through 98% of the games in history and say if this team didn't make some mistake then they could have possibly won. The team that makes the least amount of mistakes often wins. That's part of sports. And kickers missing kicks are a big part of the NFL game.
    Yeah, he was really reaching on that one. Janikowski missed both badly, he could've got 5 chances at that and missed all of them.

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  • Rastic
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    Originally posted by ksubroncosfan View Post
    I've never understood this logic. Kickers miss kicks. Quarterbacks throw interceptions, people fumble, defenders miss tackles, and defenders and receivers both drop big time passes. You can literally go through 98% of the games in history and say if this team didn't make some mistake then they could have possibly won. The team that makes the least amount of mistakes often wins. That's part of sports. And kickers missing kicks are a big part of the NFL game.
    Not to mention that if you change one event in the game everything that follows changes and it is impossible to know the outcome.

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  • ksubroncosfan
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    Originally posted by haciendadad View Post
    If their kicker hadn't missed two FGs in a row, we may have lost that game if it had gone to OT.
    I've never understood this logic. Kickers miss kicks. Quarterbacks throw interceptions, people fumble, defenders miss tackles, and defenders and receivers both drop big time passes. You can literally go through 98% of the games in history and say if this team didn't make some mistake then they could have possibly won. The team that makes the least amount of mistakes often wins. That's part of sports. And kickers missing kicks are a big part of the NFL game.

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  • Southern Bronco
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    Gutty win. Always good to get the first one... particularly at home. Hopefully OAK drops its game tonight, and we have a chance to put them in an 0-2 hole next week...

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  • #87Birdman
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    Originally posted by JakeNbake View Post
    Yeah he like dove forward 5 yards in the air.
    He is probably a leprechaun and ran between everyone's legs but to hide his secret he done as he reached the end of the pile. Crazy how he gets so small.

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  • JakeNbake
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    Originally posted by #87Birdman View Post
    I liked the one that had the line all piled up at the home and next thing you know he is shooting out of that jumbo pile up for a decent gain.
    Yeah he like dove forward 5 yards in the air.

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  • #87Birdman
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    Originally posted by JakeNbake View Post
    Lindsay was amazing... I think my favorite play might be his tackle on the PR. Reminded me of TD. Plus he's like 5'8 180 so it's even more impressive.
    I liked the one that had the line all piled up at the home and next thing you know he is shooting out of that jumbo pile up for a decent gain.

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