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    Former Broncos QB Brock Osweiler Retires

    Hi, Bronco fans. . Brock is calling it a career after 7 years in the NFL, as posted and reported on Twitter.
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    What a life. Win a SB

    Get a ginormous contract

    Get out a rich man

    Live Life -healthy


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    He retired when he went to Houston - he just didn't know it.

    Good for him though, he managed to achieve what few do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzolve View Post
    What a life. Win a SB

    Get a ginormous contract

    Get out a rich man

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    ...who needs 'Job Security' when you have 'screw you Money' (anyone seen The Gambler)
    Quote Originally Posted by Rastic View Post
    He retired when he went to Houston - he just didn't know it.

    Good for him though, he managed to achieve what few do.
    Here I was feeling kind of sad for him. Being pushed out.

    I guess I'll save my sadness for someone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peanut View Post
    Here I was feeling kind of sad for him. Being pushed out.

    I guess I'll save my sadness for someone else.
    2.75 million per victory.....hes doing alright.

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    Good for him. We wouldn't have made it to SB50 without him
    "There is no plan B. Plan A is to win the Super Bowl" - John Elway
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    He stepped in as a back-up and did a solid job, which is all he needed to do as the D continued winning us games.

    Hard to have much love or respect for him though, Denver offered him a big contract but he chose to leave the club who drafted, coached, and gave him the opportunity to succeed. Denver offered him around 50 million but I guess that wasn't enough as he jumped ship for 72 million, after acting like a baby ignoring Elways messages and phone calls while secretly meeting with Houston.

    IMO he just goes down as another player who has taken money that he doesn't deserve. He was awful for Houston and his play was embarrassing at times. I can't celebrate someone getting paid a top 5 contract and performing like a bottom 5 QB.

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    If we don't secure home field advantage throughout the playoffs in 2015, we don't go into New England and win, and we don't go on to win Superbowl 50, no question for me. Brock done a great job while Peyton was out, someone would say he was even an upgrade, and I'll always wonder how it would of panned out if he chose to stay here instead of going to Houston. But thank you Brock, Superbowl 50 doesn't happen without you, his impact on that run is hugely under valued among the fan base in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlimburg View Post
    If we don't secure home field advantage throughout the playoffs in 2015, we don't go into New England and win, and we don't go on to win Superbowl 50, no question for me. Brock done a great job while Peyton was out, someone would say he was even an upgrade, and I'll always wonder how it would of panned out if he chose to stay here instead of going to Houston. But thank you Brock, Superbowl 50 doesn't happen without you, his impact on that run is hugely under valued among the fan base in my opinion.
    Couldn't agree more, it's kinda sad how quickly fans turn on players that gave alot to the team.
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    Good for Brock. He pissed a lot of fans off, but at the end of the day - he got to play in his dream job as QB of an NFL team. Start an NFL game. Win NFL games. Go to the playoffs, win, and go to the Super Bowl and win.

    Oh, and he made a crap ton of money. AND he's retired with a healthy body before age 30.

    Dude has it made.

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