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  1. #991
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    With how quick our pass rush gets to the QB and how well our DB's will be able to cover their below average receiving core I think the key is to have a spy on Newton and Double Olsen.

  2. #992
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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieBronco76 View Post
    Agreed.However with the Seahawks game I remember up until gameday most on here were saying it was going to be 70-30 in the Broncos favour but come game day the crowd was about 50-50 the only difference being Seattle's fans were cheering all day while Denvers fans got nothing to cheer about.

    Sadly we may see something similar this week as Carolina(North and South)have a much higher population than Colorado.I know Broncos nation is bigger than Panthers nation(diehard fans) but the Super Bowl really isn't about the fan but more for the corporates and bandwagon fan who has never watched a game but has there city represented so they will pay the $5000 or a seat.It just comes down to a market size thing on Super Bowl day.

    However one thing you can be assured of despite ESPN continual race baiting(they are a disgrace) and other Media outlets attempts to paint Carolina as the more sexy option due to there hatred of Middle America the Denver Broncos
    will have far more fans watching on TV than the Carolina Panthers due to Denver and Peytons popularity.Denver are just like Green Bay and Pittsburgh.Small market successful team who a lot of the nation root for when there team aint in the Super Bowl.

    You have no idea,how wrong you are......
    I support Kaepernick 100%

  3. #993
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blknblu View Post
    Your right it's not a push . Davis, Luke, shaq, aj klien... You guys ain't touching the turnover machines.
    We're not touching what is beneath us....

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    Denver Broncos Superbowl 50 - TRIBUTE!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAL4X-IiFso

    This video is dedicated to the Broncos!!! Share the love.

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    Awesome video

  6. #996
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    Underdogs in the Super Bowl - A little History

    Underdogs who have won outright in the Super Bowl.

    Year Favorite & Line Results

    1968 Bal -17 NYJ 16-7
    1969 Min -10 KC 23-7
    1970 Dal -1 Bal 16-13
    1972 Was -2 Mia 14-7
    1973 Min -6 Mia 24-7
    1980 Phi -3 Oak 27-10
    1983 Was -3 Oak 38-9
    1987 Den -3 Was 42-10
    1990 Buf -7 NYG 20-19
    1997 GB -12 Den 31-24
    2001 STL -14 NE 20-17
    2002 Oak -3.5 TB 48-21
    2007 NE -14.5 NYG 17-14
    2009 Ind -4 NO 31-17
    2011 NE -3 NYG 21-17
    2012 SF -4 Bal 34-21
    2013 Den -2.5 Sea 43-8
    2015 TBD


    49 Super Bowls 17 Underdogs won ourtright. Just about 35% of all underdogs have won the game. And for you gamblers: Another 5 underdogs lost but covered the spread with an additional 4 games that were a push. You can do the math and flip your coin.
    [COLOR=DarkOrange]Bronco Fan 4 Life[/COLOR]

  7. #997
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    Thought this is a good breakdown of the 10 Broncos most important to SB 50:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...r-bowl/page/12

  8. #998
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    Broncos need to implore the same gameplan as they had against the packers. Keep the QB in the pocket, and have stifling coverage on the group of average to below average receivers. Do that and we should do well. Not sure that is enough, but it will make it a great game

  9. #999
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    2007 ne -14.5 nyg 17-14
    I believe.

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    In the last 5 Super Bowls the favorite has won only once!
    If you love NFL stats and history
    pro-football-reference.com
    jt-sw.com/football

  11. #1001
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    If you look at games where a team is favored by more than 3.

    Favored team has won 27 of 36 (75%)

    Looking at games where a team is favored 5.5 or more

    Favored team has won 23 of 29 (79%)
    Last edited by CarolinaKid80; 01-30-2016 at 11:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolinaKid80 View Post
    If you look at games where a team is favored by more than 3.

    Favored team has won 27 of 36 (75%)
    Guess what......if you come to another team's site and post such little gems, odds are you are not going to be "in favour".

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    Quote Originally Posted by CanDB View Post
    Guess what......if you come to another team's site and post such little gems, odds are you are not going to be "in favour".
    Was just giving some more numbers.

    heck, as a Panther fan...I think the Broncos getting 5.5 is good bet. I WOULD actually take Denver with the pts.

    Denver plays close games. Historically so does Ron. So think it will be a less 4 pt win by a team
    Last edited by CarolinaKid80; 01-30-2016 at 11:20 AM.

  14. #1004
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolinaKid80 View Post
    If you look at games where a team is favored by more than 3.

    Favored team has won 27 of 36 (75%)

    Looking at games where a team is favored 5.5 or more

    Favored team has won 23 of 29 (79%)

    Which is going to make this all the sweeter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atwnbroncfan View Post
    Broncos need to implore the same gameplan as they had against the packers. Keep the QB in the pocket, and have stifling coverage on the group of average to below average receivers. Do that and we should do well. Not sure that is enough, but it will make it a great game
    I think this is probably how they plan to attack the offense as well. Keep all receivers contained and don't give any space for a run game

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