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  • Broncos offense was scared in the Super Bowl

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/11...red-super-bowl

    Steven A Smith interviewing Bobby Wagner on ESPN's First Take. This would piss me off if I was a Bronco fan. I love BWagz comment about them being targets now. "We got bullets too though"

    Go Hawks!
    “They were not going to take a loss. They definitely came out and punched us around.”

  • #2
    Terrified is a better choice of words than scared.

    From the comments section of the linked article...

    I've been a Broncos fan for 15+ years, and what Wagner said is most definitely true. You could see it in all the players and how they acted/reacted. Look at the tape. After that hit, no one caught the passes over the middle anymore. AND when they did catch the ball, they jumped back a yard or 2 to brace for/avoid hits before going up-field. It was painful to watch such a great offense get bullied almost every play.
    "Mike Harden, meet Steve Largent." KA-BOOM!!

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    • #3
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      when do native Americans become human and not mascots

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      • #4
        .......trying so hard to prove something to themselves..
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        • #5
          isn't manning always scared in the playoffs?
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          • #6
            Bobby Wagner's honesty is refreshing but let it go. I can't even bash Manning. The guy is classy and represents rare sportsmanship these days. Lesser men would have head to the locker room after losing by that margin but he is out there congratulating everybody he can find. To be honest, I will probably root for Denver if they should get to the super bowl and the Hawks don't. Just shut up about the Super Bowl.

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            • #7
              wagner = knob

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              • #8
                Originally posted by seahawks12th View Post
                Bobby Wagner's honesty is refreshing but let it go. I can't even bash Manning. The guy is classy and represents rare sportsmanship these days. Lesser men would have head to the locker room after losing by that margin but he is out there congratulating everybody he can find. To be honest, I will probably root for Denver if they should get to the super bowl and the Hawks don't. Just shut up about the Super Bowl.
                it seems like few of your players are letting it go. loud mouth is still running his mouth about crabtree, dude must have really hurt his feelings deeply.

                the seahawks seem to still be focused on the SB, if they don't get their heads out of their ass's and focus on this season more, its not going to end well for them.

                they have a difficult schedule and every team they face will give them their best shot, including Denver who will be out for blood.

                that said, beat the crap out of Denver again please and thanks!
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                • #9
                  More fuel to the fire. We'll see how scared we are in week 3 but by all means, milk that Superbowl talk. Its the last your going to be able to talk about for a while.
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                  Defense wins championships

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                  • #10
                    Scared? No.

                    Entitled? Yes.
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                    Rogue Colts Fan

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                    • #11
                      Wagner on ESPN: Broncos were scared in Super Bowl, and Seahawks “got way better” in off-season UPDATED

                      Posted by Bob Condotta


                      As noted earlier, Seahawks middle linebacker Bobby Wagner was a guest earlier today on ESPN’s Take Two — you can now watch some of it here

                      And as you can see, Wagner was not shy with his opinions.

                      As recapped in the link above, Wagner said — when prodded by host Stephen A. Smith — that the Broncos “looked scared” during Seattle’s 43-8 win in the Super Bowl.

                      “Nobody wanted to catch the ball,” Wagner said. “Nobody wanted to come up the middle.”

                      Wagner referred to the early hit by Kam Chancellor on Demaryius Thomas and said from that point on, the game turned.

                      “If you look at the previous games, (Denver) got a lot of balls across the middle,” Wagner said. “That first hit (Thomas) came across the middle and (Chancellor) smacked him. You didn’t really see too many balls caught across the middle (after that). They were very timid. That says a lot about our defense.”

                      Wagner that “when you go out against our defense, you really have to have your head on a swivel … everybody is coming after your head.”

                      Wagner noted that the result was similar to Seattle’s 40-10 win over the Broncos in the preseason, saying it “doesn’t matter who is on the field, if it’s the starters or the backups, our team is good.”

                      Wagner was also asked about losing some defensive linemen/pass rushers and whether that would hurt the Seahawks this season. Wagner said instead that he thinks Seattle “got way better this year because we are all so young. We are all still growing.”

                      And asked about now being the hunted, Wagner said he wasn’t worried.

                      “We’ve got bullets, too,” he said.

                      UPDATE: Possibly in response to Wagner’s comments, Denver defensive lineman Terrance Knighton offered the following Tweet Tuesday afternoon:
                      http://https://twitter.com/MrKnighton2u/status/489141820660531200


                      Seattle’s Bruce Irvin then offered his own response to Knighton’s Tweet:

                      https://twitter.com/BIrvin_WVU11?ori...w_p=tweetembed



                      All of this will only add a little more fire to the two games the two teams are already scheduled to play this season — the pre-season opener Aug. 7 at Denver and and a regular season game in Seattle Sept. 21. Admittedly, the pre-season game won’t mean much. But given everything, it may have a little more of an atmosphere than your usual pre-season opener.


                      DAMN!!!!!!!!!!!

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                      • #12
                        He didn't really say anything that wasn't known. Denver is a soft team and they were scared of Seattle. San Francisco-Seattle was the real Super Bowl and both teams matched each others intensity and physicality in both the NFC Title Game and the [email protected] Week 14 game.

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                        • #13
                          Can't really disagree. It is what it is.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by PercyHarvin View Post
                            He didn't really say anything that wasn't known. Denver is a soft team and they were scared of Seattle. San Francisco-Seattle was the real Super Bowl and both teams matched each others intensity and physicality in both the NFC Title Game and the [email protected] Week 14 game.
                            Then you and San Fran should go play with each other.
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                            • #15
                              Wow! Denver was scared? Imagine how many catches DT would have got if he wasn't so terrified!
                              I pretty sure Decker and Knowshon might have been scared and now there gone.
                              Denver is more scared of losing week 3 than Seattle's defense !
                              Like Pot Roast said keep focusing on the Superbowl cause that team wont be rolling into the Link week 3!
                              RELOADED AND READY FOR WAR!
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