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  1. #1
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    DT Highlights from last season



    Thought this was a pretty good watch and sound track.

    Check out the one handed catches around 3:34 and 4:25


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    such a great season...great highlight video DT is a beast

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    Great watch! Just a tid bit as to why he's one of the best in the game right now. Just watch his body control, feet awareness, and how he attacks the pass to make the reception. He does an excellent job at putting his body the the best place to make the play on the ball. And when he's in the EZ, he's got the feet of a ballerina! A real "twinkle toes", no matter how difficult the catch, is he completes it, it's 6pts.

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    He's a mismatch for any db.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Wilson 4 Mayor View Post
    He's a mismatch for any db.
    Took the self-proclaimed "best DB in the league" Revis to the house for one in his Rookie year! I would love to see the TC battles between he and Champ. The closed practice ones!

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    DT's technique has improved exponentially but he hasn't had the same aggressiveness that he showed his rookie season when nobody could bring him down. If he gets back to the mindset that he's not going to get injured, wow.

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    Great stuff. Thanks

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    Thanks, I enjoyed that.
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    Excited to watch Brock in preseason this year after the glowing comments.

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    Good news!
    QBS - Peyton stonger, Oz throwin lazers, Dysert developmental but good pick
    RBs- Montee and Hillman -power and speed, Lance ball -sp teams, either McGahee or Moreno out - which one is it?
    WR - Welker incredible, DT at completely diff level, Deck good, Trav King good chance of being 4th WR

    Defense - could be better than Dumberville team
    Woodward - should step up even more
    possibly bringing back Koppen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johntbronco View Post
    Good news!
    QBS - Peyton stonger, Oz throwin lazers, Dysert developmental but good pick
    RBs- Montee and Hillman -power and speed, Lance ball -sp teams, either McGahee or Moreno out - which one is it?
    WR - Welker incredible, DT at completely diff level, Deck good, Trav King good chance of being 4th WR

    Defense - could be better than Dumberville team
    Woodward - should step up even more
    possibly bringing back Koppen?
    I think Lance Ball could be out, with Jacob Hester taking his place. In my opinion, Hester is a better overall player than L. Ball, and he plays special teams--the one thing that seems to have kept L. Ball on the roster.

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    Which 2013 Bronco Opponents Will Be Stronger, Weaker?

    Stronger:
    Chiefs - can't be worse
    Chargers - Freeney, Molls, Te'o, McCoy spell slight improvement
    Texans - keep improving every year
    Indianapolis
    Giants
    Redskins
    Eagles

    Weaker:
    Patriots - receiving corps gone
    Ravens - too many losses on defense
    Raiders - too many losses on D-Line
    Cowboys
    Jacksonville
    Tennessee

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    Chiefs - Injured players coming back, better QB
    Chargers - Good draft, good pick ups in free agency. O-line still an issue. About the same if not a little better.
    Texans -Stronger but schaub is a giant ? on how he plays
    Indianapolis -Weaker, they had a stellar season and now a little let back I am guessing.
    Giants - Same old same old.
    Redskins - Better. injured players returning across the board.
    Eagles - Could it get worse? Probably better but not by a lot.
    Patriots - Always strong but there are a lot of losses & injuries in the recieving core
    Ravens - better, ya I said it. i think they had a great off season.
    Raiders - still bad. Nothing changes.
    Cowboys - better. Ryan is gone 'nuff said
    Jacksonville - Better---but by how much is questionable.
    Tennessee - Better. Tough team this year I am guessing.
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    Stronger:
    Chiefs - Andy Reid and a better QB, they should be much improved
    Chargers - Improved, but likely only slightly
    Texans - If they can stay healthy they will be a contender again.
    Colts- Young core, hopefully losing Arians won't be too bad for them.
    Giants- Eli will have them back in the playoffs IMO.
    Eagles- Chip Kelly
    Cowboys- I actually think they are improved this year.
    Titans- They made it a point to get a better line in front of their dynamic duo of CJ2k and Greene.

    Weaker:
    Patriots- I agree, Brady's weapons are looking thin.
    Ravens- Again I agree they lost a lot.
    Raiders- Just terrible.....
    Jaguars- Bad... All bad.....
    Redskins- I think they take a step back in a tough division.

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