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  • samparnell
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    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    Dan Orlovsky (the QB for the 0-16 Lions) said that his 0-16 team would beat these Jets 16 times.
    Unlikely ...

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by samparnell View Post
    Is 37-28 considered close? That's a two score margin of victory. By NFL standards isn't that decisive?

    It was close until late. But the only reason it was that close was some tough decisions Rypien made. I thought he had a good game overall, but obviously those 3 throws I'm sure he'd want back.

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by Banner29 View Post
    After watching the Jets last night I would be shocked if they won a game this year. Undisciplined, minimal talent, a likely coaching change coming up. That team is a complete chit show, they are the easy favorites for Lawrence. No way the Broncos beat them out for it.

    Broncos should be looking towards a stud OT or a game changer on Defense. Sewell or Parsons would be my first choices
    Dan Orlovsky (the QB for the 0-16 Lions) said that his 0-16 team would beat these Jets 16 times.

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by samparnell View Post
    Is 37-28 considered close? That's a two score margin of victory. By NFL standards isn't that decisive?
    With out personal fouls and stuff how close would the margin be. As bad as the coaching may be here it is obviously way worst In nyj

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  • samparnell
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    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    Barely beat the Jets, with a 3rd string QB making his first ever career start. Without Rypien throwing those interceptions, that game isn't close.
    Is 37-28 considered close? That's a two score margin of victory. By NFL standards isn't that decisive?

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by Banner29 View Post
    After watching the Jets last night I would be shocked if they won a game this year. Undisciplined, minimal talent, a likely coaching change coming up. That team is a complete chit show, they are the easy favorites for Lawrence. No way the Broncos beat them out for it.

    Broncos should be looking towards a stud OT or a game changer on Defense. Sewell or Parsons would be my first choices
    I think we would need top 3 for Sewell.

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  • Banner29
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    After watching the Jets last night I would be shocked if they won a game this year. Undisciplined, minimal talent, a likely coaching change coming up. That team is a complete chit show, they are the easy favorites for Lawrence. No way the Broncos beat them out for it.

    Broncos should be looking towards a stud OT or a game changer on Defense. Sewell or Parsons would be my first choices

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    The thing that worries me is we barely beat the jets its not it was super convincing to me. Right now I am kinda feeling some where between 5 and 10. Which is perfect Alex Leatherwood or Micah Parsons territory
    Barely beat the Jets, with a 3rd string QB making his first ever career start. Without Rypien throwing those interceptions, that game isn't close.

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    There is a huge range absolutely, but Denver isn't bad enough to threaten for that top pick. The Jets are historically bad. There are several other teams worse than Denver. Eventually injuries will level out, and players will start coming back and Denver will be winning more. For all of the hyperbole people have used, the only blowout was the Bucs game. Denver lost to a good Titans team by 2, despite the defense playing poorly. And they lost to the Steelers by 5, despite having a backup QB in. This team isn't as bad as some people think.
    The thing that worries me is we barely beat the jets its not it was super convincing to me. Right now I am kinda feeling some where between 5 and 10. Which is perfect Alex Leatherwood or Micah Parsons territory

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    We nearly beat the jets. Things may improve when lock gets back but i think we have a huge range for our pick.
    There is a huge range absolutely, but Denver isn't bad enough to threaten for that top pick. The Jets are historically bad. There are several other teams worse than Denver. Eventually injuries will level out, and players will start coming back and Denver will be winning more. For all of the hyperbole people have used, the only blowout was the Bucs game. Denver lost to a good Titans team by 2, despite the defense playing poorly. And they lost to the Steelers by 5, despite having a backup QB in. This team isn't as bad as some people think.

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  • samparnell
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    Originally posted by CoryWinget81 View Post
    its literally children of the corn when it comes to producing football talent in that area. Herman would be wise to pipeline it
    As far as I can tell, Herman has recruited ninety-four players from the State of Texas including sixteen from the Austin area and ten from Austin itself. He has twenty-five players from outside of Texas. UT is a prestigious school which helps recruiting as does the City of Austin itself. I'm sure Drew Brees, Baker Mayfield and Nick Foles would love to have attended UT.

    In the event that Denver feels the need to draft a QB next year and they don't have the first pick, which turns out to be Trevor Lawrence, other QBs will be available including Sam Ehlinger.

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  • CoryWinget81
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    Originally posted by samparnell View Post
    Seems like Tom Herman decided he wasn't going to let QBs from high schools in Austin get away from the Longhorns, as has happened in the past.
    its literally children of the corn when it comes to producing football talent in that area. Herman would be wise to pipeline it

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    In no way am I saying he's not special. I just worry that he lacks that clutch gene, simply because he hasn't ever needed it.

    But I think tonight shows us Denver won't get a chance to draft him or Fields. The Jets are just that bad. And several other teams are equally bad. I think Denver's floor will be 4 or 5 wins (I still think they can get up to 9 if they get some guys back sooner rather than later), and the top 4 or 5 picks will all be teams with 4 or fewer wins.
    We nearly beat the jets. Things may improve when lock gets back but i think we have a huge range for our pick.

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    the thing with Lawrence. is he has been doing this sense high school. he also broke Watson Georgia throwing record. i also know he did not have the Elite of the Elite at his high school. but i think he lost like 2 games in his whole career after starting from a freshman. so i feel he is special. i just like fields more. i feel like Fields is a Cam Newton who throws the ball better.
    In no way am I saying he's not special. I just worry that he lacks that clutch gene, simply because he hasn't ever needed it.

    But I think tonight shows us Denver won't get a chance to draft him or Fields. The Jets are just that bad. And several other teams are equally bad. I think Denver's floor will be 4 or 5 wins (I still think they can get up to 9 if they get some guys back sooner rather than later), and the top 4 or 5 picks will all be teams with 4 or fewer wins.

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  • Kyousukeneko
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    Originally posted by Butler By'Note View Post
    My biggest concern with him (and it's not really that big) is just that he's never really faced adversity. His teams have always won big. In his 32 starts I believe Clemson has been in somewhere around 4 that were decided by one score or less. In his first of those games (2018 v Texas A&M) they had a big lead and gave up a couple of scores in the 4th quarter to make it closer. In the second he was injured and his backup came on and helped them win. The third was against North Carolina last year and Carolina got it to 1 point right at the end of the game, but opted to go for 2 and try to win, the Clemson defense made the play. The final one was against Ohio State in the semi-final, and in that game he did lead his team to victory with a drive late in the game. It's a small gripe, but it is one.
    the thing with Lawrence. is he has been doing this sense high school. he also broke Watson Georgia throwing record. i also know he did not have the Elite of the Elite at his high school. but i think he lost like 2 games in his whole career after starting from a freshman. so i feel he is special. i just like fields more. i feel like Fields is a Cam Newton who throws the ball better.

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