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  1. #31
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    Ya know we are 0-4 but we have been lucky as we have had no injuries but now I wonder how bad we will be when when the injuries mount up. Feel bad for chubb get well soon man at least you dont have to stick around for the crash that's going to happen.

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    OLB Bradley Chubb on IR, out for season.

    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300...-with-torn-acl

    An already bad season is turning ugly in Denver.

    Pass-rusher Bradley Chubb tore his ACL and is out for the season, NFL Network's James Palmer reported.

    ESPN first reported the news.

    "He's got a partial tear of the ACL and will be out for the season," coach Vic Fangio later confirmed to reporters.

    It's a brutal blow for the Broncos who started the season with four straight close losses.

    Chubb had his best game of the season Sunday in the 26-24 defeat to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The young pass rusher gobbled up seven tackles, one sack, three QB hits and one tackle for loss. It was his first game with a sack this season.

    Chubb exited the game briefly but returned to the tilt. Monday brought the devastating news that the season is over for the 23-year-old.

    "He was surprised as anyone this morning when he felt the way he did," Fangio said.

    Coming off a 12-sack rookie campaign, the Broncos expected a major leap from their edge rusher, who would see beneficial blocking situations opposite Von Miller in Fangio's system.

    Alas, Chubb, like the rest of the Broncos front, got off to a slow start this season. Now the Broncos will face a brutal schedule without one of the difference-makers on defense.

    Things are going from bad to worse for John Elway's club.


    Depth:
    SLB 55 Bradley Chubb, 52 Justin Hollins
    WLB 58 Von Miller, 59 Malik Reed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncos-R-Great View Post
    Letting Barrett walk keeps looking worse by the minute.
    We never should have let him go....guy is having a ridiculous year!
    New England Patriots GM

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    Chubb youíll be back stronger than ever in 2020!

    Malik Reed youíre the next man up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncoyearound View Post
    Ya know we are 0-4 but we have been lucky as we have had no injuries but now I wonder how bad we will be when when the injuries mount up. Feel bad for chubb get well soon man at least you dont have to stick around for the crash that's going to happen.
    So arenít we missing our starting RT from injury?
    Our starting RCB
    Our FB
    A RB specifically brought in as a receiving threat?
    A mlb

    Ya hopefully they will all come back but itís not like we havenít had injuries

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fantaztic7 View Post
    Chubb youíll be back stronger than ever in 2020!

    Malik Reed youíre the next man up!
    We now need depth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gbt31 View Post
    We never should have let him go....guy is having a ridiculous year!
    Heís on a defense that allows it

    He started 9 games for us in 17, 4 sacks

    Iím happy heís ripping it up, but he wouldnít have 9 sacks in this defense

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    As if this defense isn't in bad enough shape as it is. Ugh.
    http://i93.photobucket.com/albums/l7...amp69/asdf.jpg
    And yes it is a scheme problem.
    Adopted player Lindsey

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    Melvin Ingram is out for the Chargers as well...

    Anything helps.
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    I feel bad for Chubb! Speedy recovery #55!

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    Yeah, super unfortunate. I'd say "I'm surprised" of something like this happening but the way this season has gone - I'm not surprised something horrible like this would happen.

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    I have to wonder if the amount of cut blocks heís been taking had anything to do with this. Chubb and Miller have had linemen coming at their knees an egregious amount so far this season

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    Well itís not like Fangio knew how to use him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arapaho View Post
    He’s on a defense that allows it

    He started 9 games for us in 17, 4 sacks

    I’m happy he’s ripping it up, but he wouldn’t have 9 sacks in this defense
    our players wouldn't have 9 sacks on theirs........

  15. #45
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    Sounds like he tore the same ACL as he did when he was in high school....

    Hopefully, this won't inhibit his growth and potential. I know many will say "Thomas Davis tore his ACL like 5 times." But that man, was a freak.

    Hoping for the best for Chubb!

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