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  • BroncoDF
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    I guess the short answer is no. I'll go out on a limb and suggest not even Elway does, but he knows he is the best option we have all things considered.

    I do believe Manning came to Denver partly because of Fox, because he knew he'd let him run the show. Manning does not seem to like strong coaches who stand up to him, much to the team's detriment, because come crunch time there is only so much you can do from under center.
    Last edited by BroncoDF; 08-08-2014, 09:45 AM. Reason: Pretending to know what Elway thinks, lol.

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  • DarkHorse26
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    Originally posted by Thecooltune View Post
    Are you a Fox supporter or are you one of his detractors?
    I support Fox and in no way was the loss all on him. If not for Fox and Elway, Manning wouldn't even be playing in Denver.

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  • DarkHorse26
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    Originally posted by Thecooltune View Post
    The Broncos had 11 starters on IR?
    7 is close enough but it had no effect on the game, right?

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  • Thecooltune
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    Originally posted by DarkHorse26 View Post
    That's what happens when half your starters are on IR.
    Are you a Fox supporter or are you one of his detractors?

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  • 58Miller
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    Originally posted by Thecooltune View Post
    He did play in a couple of games and he did exactly the same things in the Super Bowl. The bottom line, Fox was not out coached. The Broncos were out manned. No coach could have created an answer for that beating.
    I agree with you on this one cooltune. I don't believe that Fox should get the blame for the loss.
    We had plenty of leadership on the field and we simply loss to a better team.

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  • Thecooltune
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    Originally posted by DarkHorse26 View Post
    That's what happens when half your starters are on IR.
    The Broncos had 11 starters on IR?

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  • DarkHorse26
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    Originally posted by Thecooltune View Post
    Fox is a very fine coach, but no coach can compensate for the extreme difference in talent between Seattle and Denver in that Super Bowl.

    Seattle had a huge advantage in virtually every single one on one match-up.
    That's what happens when half your starters are on IR.

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  • Thecooltune
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    Fox is a very fine coach, but no coach can compensate for the extreme difference in talent between Seattle and Denver in that Super Bowl.

    Seattle had a huge advantage in virtually every single one on one match-up.

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  • dizzolve
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    I think Fox is a solid coach .... he does have a weakness though and it becomes a vulnerability the deeper we get into the postseason imho. And this weakness is predictability. He's a percentage coach. He's pretty much going to always go with the percentages. This becomes a problem when we're up against slick, cunning, sneaky, intelligent coaches. Coaches like Shanny were willing to roll the dice for the exact reason to NOT be predictable. And he'd do it in the biggest moments. It was a LOT of fun for Bronco fans. This is the only thing Fox lacks I think. Everything else seems in order.

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  • Thecooltune
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    Originally posted by Garfield View Post
    So harvin played all year?
    Returned kicks
    Ran end arounds
    Caught passes.

    Thought so.

    He did play in a couple of games and he did exactly the same things in the Super Bowl. The bottom line, Fox was not out coached. The Broncos were out manned. No coach could have created an answer for that beating.

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  • Rigelian
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    Originally posted by Garfield View Post
    So harvin played all year?
    Returned kicks
    Ran end arounds
    Caught passes.

    Thought so.
    Harvin returned kicks in games he was available in during the regular season. I don't think they ran the fly sweep Harvin caught passes in every game he played in the regular season and in the playoffs. So for the most part, with the exception on the fly sweep. Nothing different.

    On defense, the only comment that the broadcasters made is that the Seahawks played double high safety on a couple of plays and that they had not seen that before. In the regular season, the Seahawks have played double high safety----but very rarely.

    The Broncos should not have been surprised by anything the Seahawks did on defense. The press zone coverage, Kam Chancellor playing the robber...nothing. It was all about execution.

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  • DarkHorse26
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    Originally posted by Thecooltune View Post
    They did what they said they were going to do. The Seahawks just played their normal schemes. They knew that the Broncos would not be able to beat the one on one match ups.

    Nothing has changed either.
    Except the DB contact rules. We will see how your secondary fairs without being able to mug receivers 15 yards down the field.

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  • Garfield
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    Originally posted by Thecooltune View Post
    He didn't get out coached in the Super Bowl. Seattle didn't run any new schemes. On defense they just played their base defense. They knew that gone Broncos couldn't match up.

    On offense they didn't do anything different than they did during the regular season.

    The Seahawks made it known before the game that they weren't going to do anything different. They simply dominated the Broncos man for man. It wasn't an issue of being out coached. They were simply out manned.
    So harvin played all year?
    Returned kicks
    Ran end arounds
    Caught passes.

    Thought so.

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  • Cinnamon Girl
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    Oh please. Come on.

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  • Thecooltune
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    Originally posted by Cinnamon Girl View Post
    They made it known before the game because they were throwing off the broncos. I hope we didn't buy it. Oh yes they did do some things different a good coach watches the films and changes what they normally do.
    They did what they said they were going to do. The Seahawks just played their normal schemes. They knew that the Broncos would not be able to beat the one on one match ups.

    Nothing has changed either.

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