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  • lets be honest the first surtain int was a play any defensive back in position without butter fingers would make and the second was a fluke , the chargers always seem a soft team , powder blue , lead the league in dropped passes ? i don't think theres any magic wand , just got to keep the locker room spirit up and hope luck ( not the qb ) goes our way , and have a good draft and get some good ( not overpriced ) free agents.

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    • Negative fans are definitely more disappointing than a mediocre team.

      Congratulations on a great division win team!

      Teddy showed some mettle, defense was stout, coaching was tolerable.
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      • The Broncos stepped up when multiple players left the game. The left side of the O-Line was replaced with backups who did well. Teddy was able to come back for the 2nd half. D raised their game to a level the Chargers could not match. The rushing attack saved the day. Impressive team win for players and coaches.
        "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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        • Originally posted by CasualFan View Post

          Actually that's exactly what Shurmur's system tells Teddy to do. Shurmur did the same thing with Eli Manning and Sam Bradford, both #1 draft picks overall. It's a hybrid of the WCO and spread offenses designed to spread defenses out horizontally to get a few yards, rather than spread them out vertically the way Patrick Mahomes does. Use short passes like running plays, etc. Totally old school.
          As soon as Lock comes in the game he takes a shot deep and gets a pass interference. Teddy had 129 passing yards today. Teddy just sucks,
          Go Hard or Go Home

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          • Originally posted by BR0NCOFANATIC View Post

            As soon as Lock comes in the game he takes a shot deep and gets a pass interference. Teddy had 129 passing yards today. Teddy just sucks,
            And Drew had an int and fumble in a quarter. He sucks even worse.

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            • Considering the injuries on both sides of the ball, I wonder how the Broncos still managed to beat a good (?) team like the Chargers and Cowboys ... coaching maybe? The biggest reason, in my view, they lost to the Eagles is Gordon's fumble, until then that was a winnable game.
              The OL had one starter left today - Cushenberry - and still were able to run the ball and gave some time to Teddy when needed, actually they had a 3rd string LT playing for like a half? They have a rookie starting in place of Von, a rookie starting at ILB along with another player just recently aquired from the Rams... also Shelby Harris did not play today. SMH!

              Also didn't notice Kareem Jackson being out ... another rookie Sterns played well too.
              brianmcfarlane
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              Last edited by brianmcfarlane; 11-29-2021, 08:10 AM.
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              • Originally posted by BR0NCOFANATIC View Post

                As soon as Lock comes in the game he takes a shot deep and gets a pass interference. Teddy had 129 passing yards today. Teddy just sucks,


                lol, soooooo.... drew three the ball deep & had a interference call so he’s a better QB!!!!!????
                1 interception & 1 fumble later , the Drew almost got a completed pass but the receiver was interfered play is insignificant😁

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                • Originally posted by BR0NCOFANATIC View Post

                  As soon as Lock comes in the game he takes a shot deep and gets a pass interference. Teddy had 129 passing yards today. Teddy just sucks,
                  Teddy: 61% completions, 7.2 YPA, 1 passing TD, 1 rushing TD, 0 sacks taken, 130 total net yards
                  Drew: 57% completions, 3.7 YPA, 1 INT, 1 fumble, 1 sack taken, 26 total net yards

                  This doesn't seem complicated to me.
                  famicommander
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                  Last edited by famicommander; 11-28-2021, 06:47 PM.
                  Anyone seen Jake Plummer?

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                  • Originally posted by famicommander View Post

                    Teddy: 61% completions, 7.2 YPA, 1 passing TD, 1 rushing TD
                    Drew: 57% completions, 3.7 YPA, 1 INT, 1 fumble

                    This doesn't seem complicated to me.
                    He nEeDs ThE RePs ThOuGh

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                    • Originally posted by BR0NCOFANATIC View Post

                      As soon as Lock comes in the game he takes a shot deep and gets a pass interference. Teddy had 129 passing yards today. Teddy just sucks,
                      He only threw eighteen passes for 7.2 ypa. Anything over 7 is OK IMO. Denver was run heavy today at 4.5 ypa. If Teddy had played all the offensive snaps, he would have had more passing yards FWIW.
                      "Stultum est timere quod vitare non potes." ~ Publilius Syrus

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                      • Quinn Bailey played really well- even got a game ball from Coach Fangio.

                        Great win today!

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                        • Originally posted by BR0NCOFANATIC View Post

                          As soon as Lock comes in the game he takes a shot deep and gets a pass interference. Teddy had 129 passing yards today. Teddy just sucks,
                          Which he probably wasn't supposed to do. Shurmur's playbook emphasizes short, quick passes, and has done so all the way back to his days with the Rams:

                          The Rams' official Web site has reported that their offense will look different this coming season. The Rams will be playing a version of the Philadelphia Eagles' "West Coast" offense.

                          The scheme will put more emphasis on running the ball. The passes will be short, and will require the receivers to run after making a catch.

                          The shorter passes should help the offensive line. They will not have to protect Bulger for as long. While the shorter pass protection time might help the line, the line will now be required to make a lot more calls.
                          Pat Shurmur Brings New Look to St. Louis Rams' Offense

                          https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...s-rams-offense

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                          • First time in a long time I get to say this (and mean it): Coaching / play calling played a huge part in that win yesterday. Team was well prepared and staved off a golden opportunity to collapse.

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