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  1. #91
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    Yeah, Shein's a total hack.... I emailed him last season after the darts he threw at McD and the team after the draft:

    "Nice call on how terrible the Broncos and all of their moves
    were this offseason Adam; with how harsh and critical you
    were, you should be 'man' enough to say how terribly Wrong
    you were......try it, it will make you feel better about
    yourself.

    Signed,
    Die Hard Bronco Fan"

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    His response:
    "You didn't see my apology letter a few weeks ago?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by atl-bronco View Post
    Yeah, Shein's a total hack.... I emailed him last season after the darts he threw at McD and the team after the draft:

    "Nice call on how terrible the Broncos and all of their moves
    were this offseason Adam; with how harsh and critical you
    were, you should be 'man' enough to say how terribly Wrong
    you were......try it, it will make you feel better about
    yourself.

    Signed,
    Die Hard Bronco Fan"

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    His response:
    "You didn't see my apology letter a few weeks ago?"
    apology letter? when did he make that?

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  3. #93
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    I think by this time next year, Wink is considered a genius. Defense will be top 5 this season, IMO. Short yardage and goalline offense improves. 11 wins.
    "Pey-Pey to Bay-Bay for the Tay Day!!"


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    16-0 till we're not

  5. #95
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratama View Post
    Does anyone know what the projections were last year? If I recall we surpassed it.
    horrible. john clayton of ESPN also predicted we would go 3-13

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  6. #96
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    The Broncos had a BRUTAL schedule last season, on top of all the major changes, and they STILL managed 8-8.
    This season looks a little lighter, the team may actually become better this offseason, and were expected to do worse???



    Over. Bring it.

  7. #97
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mile High Jedi View Post
    The Broncos had a BRUTAL schedule last season, on top of all the major changes, and they STILL managed 8-8.
    This season looks a little lighter, the team may actually become better this offseason, and were expected to do worse???



    Over. Bring it.
    People seem to think that us not having Marshall is really going to hurt us. There's a bit of a disconnect there if you ask me. If you ask me, we always seemed to do better when we weren't forcing every pass his way. Unfortunately both Cutler and Orton developed blinders that would cause them to throw to him every chance they got. I've never understood it. Addition by subtraction as far as I'm concerned. I can easily live without his 11 ypc and >10% TD catches.
    Only fools bet against Tim Tebow.

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  8. #98
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    Quote Originally Posted by DancingHorsey View Post
    People seem to think that us not having Marshall is really going to hurt us. There's a bit of a disconnect there if you ask me. If you ask me, we always seemed to do better when we weren't forcing every pass his way. Unfortunately both Cutler and Orton developed blinders that would cause them to throw to him every chance they got. I've never understood it. Addition by subtraction as far as I'm concerned. I can easily live without his 11 ypc and >10% TD catches.
    Great post!

    When Marshall was targeted 9 times or more our record was 3-6. When he was targeted 7 times or less a game, we were 5-0.

    I know there were other factors, but the point is we do not need a WR that can catch 8 balls a game to win. I think we are more effective when we spread the ball around.
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  9. #99
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutler2007 View Post
    Great post!

    When Marshall was targeted 9 times or more our record was 3-6. When he was targeted 7 times or less a game, we were 5-0.

    I know there were other factors, but the point is we do not need a WR that can catch 8 balls a game to win. I think we are more effective when we spread the ball around.
    Pretty much what I suspected. He definitely helped us win games here and there, but it seemed like it was when his role was more in proportion to the rest of the team.
    Only fools bet against Tim Tebow.

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  10. #100
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    Homers.
    I bleed orange and blue!!!


    Rest in peace, Darrent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoryWinget81 View Post
    He doesn't agree with strategy and personnel moves?
    If he's so smart, why isn't HE coaching a team?
    Oh yeah, because he's Adam Schein. That smell when you fart ? That's him.
    Aloha Cory, Don't you mean Shart?, Lol.
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  12. #102
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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolee View Post
    Kiszla does seem to imply that being a bad guy is a prerequisite to winning at the professional level.
    .
    I don't think he implied any such thing, if you read article, he finishes up by saying being either a snake or a saint, are essentially meaningless in pro sports. It's what you can do on the field/court that matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by getlynched47 View Post
    The lack of character is the reason guys like Maurice Clarrett, Brandon Marshall, and Travis Henry did not work out the way we'd hoped here in Denver.

    Character isn't everything, but it's pretty damn important.
    And two of them went to prison...
    Only fools bet against Tim Tebow.

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  14. #104
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    This entire article is a waste of bandwidth.

    Comparing Tebow to Bryant is so stupid, on so many levels, it's not even worth more words.
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  15. #105
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    What's hilarious to me is how Kobe gets all the credit for winning and many people say Tebow was lucky to play on talented teams.

    Look at who Kobe has played with. The one time he didn't have an incredibly talented team with the greatest coach ever he missed the playoffs. But I digress.

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