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    Von Miller and Bradley chubb

    i believe are the most dynamic edge rushing duo in the nfl currently. they are both studs that could carry teams pass rushes. last year they where good. but chubbs only gonna get better and miller has 2-3 years in his primes stil 5-6 as an effective rusher. i believe they are the 2 best edge rushers in the nfl. we are lacking a good interior to compliment it right now. but these 2 are special and i expect fangio to draw out there potential, with his schemes i think both players could end up with 15-20 sacks by the end of this next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    i believe are the most dynamic edge rushing duo in the nfl currently. they are both studs that could carry teams pass rushes. last year they where good. but chubbs only gonna get better and miller has 2-3 years in his primes stil 5-6 as an effective rusher. i believe they are the 2 best edge rushers in the nfl. we are lacking a good interior to compliment it right now. but these 2 are special and i expect fangio to draw out there potential, with his schemes i think both players could end up with 15-20 sacks by the end of this next season.
    I'll take that bet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncos SB2010 View Post
    I'll take that bet.
    Meaning you'll bet against it?

    You're really going out on a limb there :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncos SB2010 View Post
    I'll take that bet.
    Although, it would be pretty amazing to see!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    i believe are the most dynamic edge rushing duo in the nfl currently. they are both studs that could carry teams pass rushes. last year they where good. but chubbs only gonna get better and miller has 2-3 years in his primes stil 5-6 as an effective rusher. i believe they are the 2 best edge rushers in the nfl. we are lacking a good interior to compliment it right now. but these 2 are special and i expect fangio to draw out there potential, with his schemes i think both players could end up with 15-20 sacks by the end of this next season.
    That's a tad optimistic... Although with the new coaching staff...anything is possible I suppose....
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    Quote Originally Posted by broncos SB2010 View Post
    I'll take that bet.
    Yeah thatís not even you being your normal discredit Chubb self.

    Thatís just an extremely unrealistic expectation for two guys on the same team to post 15-20.

    I could see both get 15 though. But nowhere near 20 each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncos SB2010 View Post
    I'll take that bet.
    Maybe he means combined, not each. He didn't specify that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L.M. View Post
    Maybe he means combined, not each. He didn't specify that.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    i believe are the most dynamic edge rushing duo in the nfl currently. they are both studs that could carry teams pass rushes. last year they where good. but chubbs only gonna get better and miller has 2-3 years in his primes stil 5-6 as an effective rusher. i believe they are the 2 best edge rushers in the nfl. we are lacking a good interior to compliment it right now. but these 2 are special and i expect fangio to draw out there potential, with his schemes i think both players could end up with 15-20 sacks by the end of this next season.
    Seems like the natural way to read that is both could end up with 15-20 sacks [each]

    I'd love for that to be true but I do not expect it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    Seems like the natural way to read that is both could end up with 15-20 sacks [each]

    I'd love for that to be true but I do not expect it.
    John would have to find better interior guys and allow the coaching staff to start who they choose..

    Last season I saw Wolfe, Peko and Gotsis get pushed around beat up more than any other Broncos interior D-line since the Brown-cos.

    At this point with the interior personnel it isnít possible!
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    Will there come a time when Chubb is ready for Miller type money and we can't afford two of a kind?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowlands View Post
    Will there come a time when Chubb is ready for Miller type money and we can't afford two of a kind?
    I feel that's anytime now. Miller will lose a half of a step and has not added the mass to adapt. Von needs a bull rush when he cant go wide. Pretty Sure we may see that this season, as Fangio will identify that. I am not sure he lost a step or was just not in great shape. Time will tell. I'd rather trade him for 2 and draft Nick Bosa to pair with Chubb. Way more stout that way. Gonna be hard to watch Von rely on speed in his 30s
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    Quote Originally Posted by conannilsen View Post
    I feel that's anytime now. Miller will lose a half of a step and has not added the mass to adapt. Von needs a bull rush when he cant go wide. Pretty Sure we may see that this season, as Fangio will identify that. I am not sure he lost a step or was just not in great shape. Time will tell. I'd rather trade him for 2 and draft Nick Bosa to pair with Chubb. Way more stout that way. Gonna be hard to watch Von rely on speed in his 30s
    Great point while saving a crap ton of cap space. Iíd also release or trade Wolfe giving Shelby the nod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    Seems like the natural way to read that is both could end up with 15-20 sacks [each]

    I'd love for that to be true but I do not expect it.
    Kyousukeneko should clarify for us.

    I guess we'll have to wait and see what Fangio does with them. He did imply that he could get more out of Von when he was hired --we'll see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L.M. View Post
    I'm giving the benefit of the doubt as a combined stat (7-10 each) because it's a more realistic total...at this point. Correct us if we're wrong, Kyousukeneko.

    I guess we'll have to wait and see what Fangio does with them. He did imply that he could get more out of Von when he was hired --we'll see.
    By turning him into a pure pass rusher as Wade had done.

    Evidently Joe Woods learned nothing from Wade because he went the Jack del Rio route and started dropping both Von and Chubb into coverage. Elway really should had stepped in at that point and said ďWTH joeĒ! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    By turning him into a pure pass rusher as Wade had done.

    Evidently Joe Woods learned nothing from Wade because he went the Jack del Rio route and started dropping both Von and Chubb into coverage. Elway really should had stepped in at that point and said “WTH joe”! Lol
    Wade dropped Miller in coverage. He picked Brady in the AFCCG and defended a deep pass from Newton that would have been a touchdown in SB 50. But I get it, he is a pass rush specialist and is best going after the QB.

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