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  • pozbaird
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    Originally posted by broncolee View Post
    You don’t get as far in football as Joe Flacco has gotten without caring.

    People have different personalities and Joe just seems to be less excitable than others. There’s nothing wrong with that. His teammates are professionals and are supposed to act as such regardless of his demeanor or personality.
    There are very few players from those who try, who even make it to the NFL in the first place, so clearly Flacco cares. However, while Peyton Manning was far from a rebel rouser or went about screaming and shouting, you absolutely got a sense of leadership and energy from him. Both Manning and Flacco had won SBs before coming to Denver, both were experienced, both were towards the latter part of their career, and neither were noted for their mobility and ability to hurt an opponent with their legs. So, there are similarities, but for me, taking playing skill out of it, Manning displayed leadership qualities even when not playing that well. For me, Flacco displays little of that.

    I guess we’ll need to agree to disagree.

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  • broncolee
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    Originally posted by pozbaird View Post
    Amongst many disappointing things that happened in the course of the game, I found Joe Flacco’s whole demeanour perhaps the most disappointing thing. He looked disinterested, detached, slow of thought, and frankly, looked like he couldn’t care less. Now, he probably does care, but he doesn’t show it. Everything about him is just, lethargic. When a team is going through a rough time, you need the leaders of the team to stand up and be counted. The leaders on this team seem to be the first ones to run up the white flag.
    You don’t get as far in football as Joe Flacco has gotten without caring.

    People have different personalities and Joe just seems to be less excitable than others. There’s nothing wrong with that. His teammates are professionals and are supposed to act as such regardless of his demeanor or personality.

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  • pozbaird
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    Amongst many disappointing things that happened in the course of the game, I found Joe Flacco’s whole demeanour perhaps the most disappointing thing. He looked disinterested, detached, slow of thought, and frankly, looked like he couldn’t care less. Now, he probably does care, but he doesn’t show it. Everything about him is just, lethargic. When a team is going through a rough time, you need the leaders of the team to stand up and be counted. The leaders on this team seem to be the first ones to run up the white flag.

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  • Capt. Jack
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    Originally posted by PunchDrunk View Post
    That drive was aided by big KC penalties too.
    What a disgrace, I had false hope and I was looking forward to that big game on Primetime television for the Broncos to come out and make a statement. And they made a statement, and it wasn't a very good one. It showed that we're a very weak minded team, soft on many levels. Bad coaching, bad play-calling, bad execution across the board.

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  • PunchDrunk
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    Originally posted by Capt. Jack View Post
    We scored the first touchdown (6points) and never scored again for three quarters????
    What's up with that?
    I think we need a new philosophy from top to bottom. This thing has not been working for years now.
    That drive was aided by big KC penalties too.

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  • Capt. Jack
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    We scored the first touchdown (6points) and never scored again for three quarters????
    What's up with that?
    I think we need a new philosophy from top to bottom. This thing has not been working for years now.

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  • PunchDrunk
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    Originally posted by chessic View Post
    I can never seem to get the post game interviews on this site. Anyone say anything interesting?
    They suck and they know it.

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  • Cnon
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    Originally posted by GMTD View Post

    This team makes too many avoidable mistakes under pressure. Why doesn't Flacco throw the ball away rather than fumble?
    Many fans want the answer to the above questions.

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  • GMTD
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    KC: Less than 200 yards passing. 80 yards rushing. 30 points.

    Den: Just over 200 yards passing. 70 yards rushing. 6 points.

    KC lose their most valuable player at 13-6 and score 17 unanswered points.

    This team makes too many aviodable mistakes under pressure. Why doesn't Flacco throw the ball away rather than fumble?

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  • Brent1722
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    I'm a Colts fan. We'll take Von from you. Even if we make the playoffs I think will lose first round.

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  • chessic
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    I can never seem to get the post game interviews on this site. Anyone say anything interesting?

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  • Cnon
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    Originally posted by Papa-pwn View Post
    That one got ugly. Defense did as well as one could have reasonably hoped. Offense and coaching decisions really screwed us. You're not going to win much when you have such huge issues scoring.
    We have some issues!

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  • DavisMVP
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    We came out in a 3 back wishbone set?
    And it never worked, and we couldn’t pass block all night long.

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  • DavisMVP
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    Drafting and Elway is the problem

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  • Papa-pwn
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    That one got ugly. Defense did as well as one could have reasonably hoped. Offense and coaching decisions really screwed us. You're not going to win much when you have such huge issues scoring.

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