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  1. #226
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggcow View Post
    The browns announcers sounded drunk rofl.

    That and they were talking "THE BRONCOS PRACTICED SO HARD FOR THIS GAME BECAUSE THEY WERE VERY UPSET ABOUT LOSING TO THE COWBOYS LAST WEEK. THEY DEFINATELY SPENT MORE TIME PREPARING THAN THE BROWNS DID"

    that and other "WOW BROWNS ARE GOING TO WIN THE SUPERBOWL THEYRE SO GOOD" talk.

    Rofl.
    Kosar's pretty sharp, although his voice always does sound drunk.

    He actually reads what the defense throws much better than the quarterbacks themselves. And he's pretty good at predicting what play the offense will call. And no matter how much of a Browns fan he is, he calls the games objectively, and gives credit to the other teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggcow View Post
    The browns announcers sounded drunk rofl.

    That and they were talking "THE BRONCOS PRACTICED SO HARD FOR THIS GAME BECAUSE THEY WERE VERY UPSET ABOUT LOSING TO THE COWBOYS LAST WEEK. THEY DEFINATELY SPENT MORE TIME PREPARING THAN THE BROWNS DID"

    that and other "WOW BROWNS ARE GOING TO WIN THE SUPERBOWL THEYRE SO GOOD" talk.
    Kosar was not drunk. Kosar has always sounded like he did. You are also exaggerating the comments. Denver did prepare for this game, it's been all over the local paper here in Pueblo, CO. How Denver was going to "bounce" back after a "tough" loss to the Cowboys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    Kosar was not drunk. Kosar has always sounded like he did. You are also exaggerating the comments. Denver did prepare for this game, it's been all over the local paper here in Pueblo, CO. How Denver was going to "bounce" back after a "tough" loss to the Cowboys.
    I am not gonna cry and whine we got beat tonight. but remember it was preseason. well see how it goes down this season. but I FEEL that Denver is hands down better then the browns at this point. we really shot out selves in the foot with ramsey tonight
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    Kosar was not drunk. Kosar has always sounded like he did. You are also exaggerating the comments. Denver did prepare for this game, it's been all over the local paper here in Pueblo, CO. How Denver was going to "bounce" back after a "tough" loss to the Cowboys.
    "WE RAN THE WORST POSSIBLE PLAY FOR THAT RUN, AND WE STILL STOPED THEM FOR ONLY A 6 YARD GAME. WOW OUR DEFENSE IS AMAZING"

    It was laughable honestly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggcow View Post
    "WE RAN THE WORST POSSIBLE PLAY FOR THAT RUN, AND WE STILL STOPED THEM FOR ONLY A 6 YARD GAME. WOW OUR DEFENSE IS AMAZING"

    It was laughable honestly.
    Paraphrasing still - Kosar and Doug Dieken would not say such a thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    Paraphrasing still - Kosar and Doug Dieken would not say such a thing.
    It actually was close to that. It was Koser, not the other guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnedator View Post
    It actually was close to that. It was Koser, not the other guy.
    Kosar is great.

    A six yard run on 3rd and 7 or 8 is just fine and stopping a team for only a 6 yard gain in those situations is just fine.

    There is nothing at all wrong with Kosar.

    It's GREAT having Kosar back calling plays in the preseason and as an occasional special guest in the booth during regular season games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    Kosar is great.

    A six yard run on 3rd and 7 or 8 is just fine and stopping a team for only a 6 yard gain in those situations is just fine.

    There is nothing at all wrong with Kosar.

    It's GREAT having Kosar back calling plays in the preseason and as an occasional special guest in the booth during regular season games.
    He might be great, but that doesn't mean he isn't a homer that says stupid things, which is what happened tonight.
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    I thought he sounded REALLY drunk after the half time break....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravage!!! View Post
    I thought he sounded REALLY drunk after the half time break....
    Mabye he was just parched, but he slurred more and more as the game went on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    Paraphrasing still - Kosar and Doug Dieken would not say such a thing.
    They didn't say "WOW.....AMAZING" but they said it in more words, they did talk about the 6 yard run almost exactly like that. Also it was a 6 yard run on 1st or 2nd down.
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    Thank God for the Chiefs

    Otherwise we would finish in last place in the AFC West.

    I'm not buying that we look this bad on offense and defense just because it is preseason. The Broncos were hoping to answer some questions in tonight's game but I think those questions still exist.

    I don't see us improving on our final record for next year.

    Don't tell me this is only preseason, because used to win at home but since last year the defense in missing something to really put a scare on a team. Our run defense will get exposed and we will end up as one of the worst this until we get on the same page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggcow View Post
    "WE RAN THE WORST POSSIBLE PLAY FOR THAT RUN, AND WE STILL STOPED THEM FOR ONLY A 6 YARD GAME. WOW OUR DEFENSE IS AMAZING"

    It was laughable honestly.
    ? Okay, I'm not a Browns supporter by any means but at least give credit to where it is due. He said "From a Bronco fans perspective the Browns called the best possible play for this situation, and yet the Broncos were disciplined enough to still pull out a 6 yard run."

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