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  • Seattle Fans Take Warning, You cant Use Your Superbowl Win Week 3!

    Seattle fans are here on the Bronco Messages boards still rubbing in the Superbowl victory. They remind me of rodents or Roaches who move into a home despite the efforts of the home owner. These pest get comfortable and make themselves at home until one day the home owner is fed up and brings in the Pros and has the house tented and fumigated and the pest disappear.
    Well Elway has brought in the Pros and week 3 Denver will be ready.
    1. Peyton now has film on how Seattle will line up against Denver's offense. (Don't think it matters? SF beat Seattle in there rematch 19-17 after losing 29-3 in there first match up).

    2. Denver's offensive line will be better, quicker on the outsides with Clady and Clark and more muscle with Franklin inside.

    3. More Speed on offense with the additions of Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer.

    4. Defense: Seattle will face a defense with upgrades at 7 positions.
    Four starters in the secondary Moore & Harris( 2 pro bowlers Talib & Ward)
    1 outside linebacker (All-Pro Von Miller)
    2 Defensive lineman Derek Wolfe and All-Pro Demarcus Ware)

    This will be a different team, a hungry team that wont take you lightly. Review Denver's rematch against Baltimore last year on how they play against teams they overlook and get a second chance at.
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  • #2
    I sure hope you're right!

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    • #3
      Yes, it will be a good time watching a replay of the Super Bowl at home.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
        Seattle fans are here on the Bronco Messages boards still rubbing in the Superbowl victory. They remind me of rodents or Roaches who move into a home despite the efforts of the home owner. These pest get comfortable and make themselves at home until one day the home owner is fed up and brings in the Pros and has the house tented and fumigated and the pest disappear.
        Well Elway has brought in the Pros and week 3 Denver will be ready.
        1. Peyton now has film on how Seattle will line up against Denver's offense. (Don't think it matters? SF beat Seattle in there rematch 19-17 after losing 29-3 in there first match up).

        2. Denver's offensive line will be better, quicker on the outsides with Clady and Clark and more muscle with Franklin inside.

        3. More Speed on offense with the additions of Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer.

        4. Defense: Seattle will face a defense with upgrades at 7 positions.
        Four starters in the secondary Moore & Harris( 2 pro bowlers Talib & Ward)
        1 outside linebacker (All-Pro Von Miller)
        2 Defensive lineman Derek Wolfe and All-Pro Demarcus Ware)

        This will be a different team, a hungry team that wont take you lightly. Review Denver's rematch against Baltimore last year on how they play against teams they overlook and get a second chance at.
        That will make your excuses look even funnier then.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
          Well Elway has brought in the Pros and week 3 Denver will be ready.
          1. Peyton now has film on how Seattle will line up against Denver's offense. (Don't think it matters? SF beat Seattle in there rematch 19-17 after losing 29-3 in there first match up).

          2. Denver's offensive line will be better, quicker on the outsides with Clady and Clark and more muscle with Franklin inside.

          3. More Speed on offense with the additions of Emmanuel Sanders and Cody Latimer.

          4. Defense: Seattle will face a defense with upgrades at 7 positions.
          Four starters in the secondary Moore & Harris( 2 pro bowlers Talib & Ward)
          1 outside linebacker (All-Pro Von Miller)
          2 Defensive lineman Derek Wolfe and All-Pro Demarcus Ware)
          You have a few months to develop more excuses. Try not to recycle the old ones.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Thecooltune View Post
            You have a few months to develop more excuses. Try not to recycle the old ones.
            I haven't made any excuses. The team Seattle put on the field beat the team Denver put on the field period! im talking about this year. Denver will have an improved team and they'll be ready for Seattle's defense and fans. Seattle's offense wasn't very impressive in my opinion, and they are going to struggle against the Broncos defense.
            We all know what will happen to you! Youll go back to whatever hole you crawled out of before Seattle finally won something.
            You've been warned Trolls!
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            • #7
              One can always dream.

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              • #8
                This isnt a rematch but statistically speaking rematches tend to go to the loser because the loser makes the necessary adjustments and the winner trys to stick with the game plan that got them the previous win.

                Winning wont help us prove anything and both teams are very different, we will be playing in Seattle so really it means little if we lose too. Though symbolic pride can motivate either team down the line but all we can do is hope we are healthy and that Harvin gets stoned before the game and forgets to show up lol JK

                We cant allow crowed noise to get to us like it did in the SB so this should be an interesting exercise in strategy
                Last edited by Joshecalpoly; 05-14-2014, 05:22 PM.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Joshecalpoly View Post
                  This isnt a rematch but statistically speaking rematches tend to go to the loser because the loser makes the necessary adjustments and the winner trys to stick with the game plan that got them the previous win.

                  Winning wont help us prove anything and both teams are very different, we will be playing in Seattle so really it means little if we lose too. Though symbolic pride can motivate either team down the line but all we can do is hope we are healthy and that Harvin gets stoned before the game and forgets to show up lol JK

                  We cant allow crowed noise to get to us like it did in the SB so this should be an interesting exercise in strategy

                  Right, only losers make adjustments. Only losers have coaching staffs who find areas in need of improvement.

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                  • #10
                    Coaching stag puffs like the one Pete Carroll has assembled knows that they need to figure out ways to stay ahead of the competition. They know teams try to figure out ways to beat their scheme.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Thecooltune View Post
                      Right, only losers make adjustments. Only losers have coaching staffs who find areas in need of improvement.
                      No its just more common for teams to win in a rematch game after previously losing because the adjustments cant be made a lot easier.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Thecooltune View Post
                        Coaching stag puffs like the one Pete Carroll has assembled knows that they need to figure out ways to stay ahead of the competition. They know teams try to figure out ways to beat their scheme.
                        Pete Carroll has how many rings? .......One! He failed as the Jets and Patriots head coach. Split from USC before they found out he was cheating. Dont make him out to be Bill Bellichek or Bill Walsh with X's & O's. Seattle was one play away from losing the NFC Championship game and they have two teams in there division who have already proved they can beat your unbeatable team.
                        I think your the one dreaming .
                        The hardest thing to do in sports is not winning a championship, its defending and winning back to back.
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                        • #13
                          I'm still trying to figure out why a losing team is the only one which can Mae adjustments and figure out other ways to exploit the weaknesses in their opponent.

                          Quality coaching staffs are always looking to make adjustments.

                          I'm sure Seattle will make adjustments to their offense when they meet again. The running game was used sparingly against the Broncos in the Super Bowl.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
                            Pete Carroll has how many rings? .......One! .
                            And how many does John Fox have?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
                              Dont make him out to be Bill Bellichek or Bill Walsh
                              I prefer Carroll and his upbeat style over old Billy and much of Walsh's success was due to the coaching proved by Carroll and others.

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