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    Remembering Jake Plummer's Broncos Career

    What are your favorite Plummer memories? For me it was leading the Broncos to a playoff win over a dynasty (Pats). Up to that point, NE had won ten consecutive playoff games.
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    2005-2006. Had a bit of everything and Champ Bailey was damn near unstoppable.
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    Somebody will be along directly to tell us how lazy he was...

    Best darn bootleg I can recall and scrambled like his life depended on it.
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    I prefer to block that QB era out of my memories.

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    I liked Plummer. He was the best option at QB for us at the time, and I think Shanny screwed up by pulling him for Cutler when he did. I'd like to see a bit of Plummer in Keenum to be honest. We could use some boots off of play action as Keenum would do well with it.

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    Okay, kind of panicked. Saw your title and thought, Did Jake did?

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    Quote Originally Posted by diesel51 View Post
    Okay, kind of panicked. Saw your title and thought, “Did Jake did?”
    Same... I thought the snake died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncosDivision View Post
    2005-2006. Had a bit of everything and Champ Bailey was damn near unstoppable.
    Shouldn't have lost to the Steelers. We were clearly superior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoBrennan89 View Post
    Shouldn't have lost to the Steelers. We were clearly superior.
    Yeah, except Big Ben was "clearly superior" to Jake. That's the main reason we lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua2585 View Post
    Same... I thought the snake died.
    Ditto......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua2585 View Post
    Same... I thought the snake died.
    Me too... I guess a few of us saw that headline and thought that.
    My adopted Bronco is Case Keenum

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoBrennan89 View Post
    What are your favorite Plummer memories? For me it was leading the Broncos to a playoff win over a dynasty (Pats). Up to that point, NE had won ten consecutive playoff games.
    I remember he threw a lot of INT's.. but, I guess after so much poor QB play these days, I would gladly take him back in his prime.

    Not that this adds anything to the conversation but, I thought he was so good looking! Normally I do not like facial hair but, when he first started growing his beard I thought he was very handsome. Few NFL players are really good looking but, I think he was... and no Tom Brady is too much of a pretty boy for my tastes.
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    Him flipping the fans off. Definitely showed that he had that fire needed to play QB. Well never see that from guys like Keenum or Siemian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KansasKrista View Post
    I remember he threw a lot of INT's.. but, I guess after so much poor QB play these days, I would gladly take him back in his prime.

    Not that this adds anything to the conversation but, I thought he was so good looking! Normally I do not like facial hair but, when he first started growing his beard I thought he was very handsome. Few NFL players are really good looking but, I think he was... and no Tom Brady is too much of a pretty boy for my tastes.
    He reminded me a little bit of "Oddball" played by Donald Sutherland in the WW2 comedy Kelly's Heroes (1970)



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    Quote Originally Posted by beastlyskronk View Post
    Him flipping the fans off. Definitely showed that he had that fire needed to play QB. We’ll never see that from guys like Keenum or Siemian.
    He flipped off one obnoxious heckler, I was there and he actually deserved more than to get flipped off. Pretty sure we were playing Miami. I was sitting right behind the bench about 25 ft. from the idiot fan.

    Jake was fun to watch, and yes, he definitely had Fire!

    I was there when he beat Brady too, he wound up playing the AFCCG against the Steelers while sick with the flu and our defense collapsed as well.
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