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  • Oxygen Bandit
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    Anyways its that time of year and PR steps up or gets shut down. Not exactly a good winning record in playoffs but hey who knows maybe he goes all the way.

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  • Charger John
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    Nice to have a little safe corner of the forum. LOL!!! I'm here for a different perspective on things.

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  • orangenblue420
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    WTH???? Things have changed. Lol

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  • SoundsOfSuccess
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    Anyone else see Brad Sorensen last night?

    Guy was lighting it up and showed great ability to move and make things out of nothing. Looks like a nice pickup for SD.

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  • Remedy
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    Originally posted by JakeNbake View Post
    That's a funny video welcome to the boards...

    As you can see this section isn't used often but it is here!
    Like the chargers trophy case?


    Kidding... aha

    welcome to the boards... I always hated Mr Phillips... strange cheering for him now. haha

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  • JakeNbake
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    Originally posted by knoCC knoCC View Post
    Props to you guys for having separate forums for AFC West teams. Never seen that before. My first time visiting the Bronco site and was surprised to see this. I originally came on here to see how S. Phillips was doing. One of my favorite Bolts for many years. With us getting Freeney and you boys getting Phillips I thought I share one of my favorite clips of him which is even funnier now...enjoy!



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddv1l3DTH8Q
    That's a funny video welcome to the boards...

    As you can see this section isn't used often but it is here!

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  • knoCC knoCC
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    Props to you guys for having separate forums for AFC West teams. Never seen that before. My first time visiting the Bronco site and was surprised to see this. I originally came on here to see how S. Phillips was doing. One of my favorite Bolts for many years. With us getting Freeney and you boys getting Phillips I thought I share one of my favorite clips of him which is even funnier now...enjoy!



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddv1l3DTH8Q

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by kishzilla View Post

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  • powderblues
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    Scary... I hope he recovers.

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  • Puddleglum
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    Not good, Dielman is a big part of that...deteriorating O-line.

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  • BroncoSexyDaddy
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    Kris Dielman had "seizure on plane after concussion"

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...er-concussion/

    Report: Kris Dielman had seizure on plane after concussion
    Posted by Mike Florio on October 27, 2011, 10:14 PM EDT


    Chargers offensive lineman Kris Dielman suffered a concussion during Sunday’s game against the Jets. More troubling is the fact that, on the flight home from New York, Dielman reportedly suffered a seizure, arising from the concussion.

    Even more troubling is that the injury occurred in the fourth quarter of the game, but Dielman continued to play. (Have we mentioned that the NFL doesn’t have independent neurologists on the sidelines at games?)

    The Associated Press reports that an ambulance met the plane when it arrived in San Diego, and that Dielman was hospitalized overnight. Dielman wouldn’t comment on the matter, other than to say he won’t be playing on Monday night against the Chiefs.

    Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports that Dielman will miss at least two games following the concussion and seizure, which per Acee was “violent” and “scary.”

    Here’s hoping that the NFL decides in the wake of this incident to implement meaningful procedures aimed at spotting concussions and getting players who have suffered concussions out of games — and that every lower level of the sport eventually will follow suit. Anyone who has been paying any attention to high school football lately knows that the culture has not yet changed, and that as a result players are staying in games when they simply shouldn’t be.

    It’s time for the NFL to provide real leadership on this issue, not lip service aimed at placating Congress and/or CYA memos intended to satisfy the lawyers.

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  • Puddleglum
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    Originally posted by Broncos_2231 View Post
    Anyone else catch the Seahawks-Chargers last night? San Diego's 1st team (passing) offense looked scary-good. Of course, it's just preaseason, not to mention just the Seahawks too.
    From ESPN.com

    The first-team offense is nice: The expectations in this post-lockout world have been that established offenses would be further along than teams with major change. The Chargers are virtually the same offense as they were last season.

    The first-team offense looked like it’s been working daily all year. Quarterback Philip Rivers led San Diego on an impressive 10-play, 89-yard drive in five minutes, 33 seconds. Rivers completed 5 of 6 passes for 87 yards and a touchdown pass. The Chargers cruised down the field as if it were November.

    The fact that Rivers led more than 40 players in four-times-as-week workouts beginning in March makes it’s easy to understand why the first-team offense clicked so well.


    I'd agree, Rivers looked like he was in October-November form.

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  • HavoK471
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    Originally posted by Broncos_2231 View Post
    Anyone else catch the Seahawks-Chargers last night? San Diego's 1st team (passing) offense looked scary-good. Of course, it's just preaseason, not to mention just the Seahawks too.
    I got stuck watching this game but I agree that offense is lookin good like always

    As long as they have P Rivers they'll be scary imo

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  • Broncos_2231
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    Anyone else catch the Seahawks-Chargers last night? San Diego's 1st team (passing) offense looked scary-good. Of course, it's just preaseason, not to mention just the Seahawks too.

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