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    Straight Stats.

    Here's the Straight comparison between the Steelers and the Broncos.
    Broncos Steelers Better Stat
    Pts/g 24.7 24.3 Broncos
    Yds/g 360.4 321.8 Broncos
    PYds/g 201.7 182.9 Broncos
    RYds/g 158.7 138.9 Broncos
    1stD/g 20.6 18.6 Broncos
    3rdM 76 68 Broncos
    3rdD% 36.2 35.4 Broncos
    4thM 14 5 Broncos
    4htD% 73.7 41.7 Broncos
    Pen. 97 99 Broncos
    PenYds 756 876 Broncos
    TOP 32:39 31:44 Broncos
    Rush
    RYds 2539 2223 Broncos
    RAvg. 4.7 4.0 Broncos
    RTd 25 21 Broncos
    Fum 14 17 Broncos
    Receiving
    Rec 279 228 Broncos
    Yds 3373 3104 Broncos
    YdsG 210.8 194.0 Broncos
    Fum 14 17 Broncos
    Kickoff Return
    Att 47 56 Broncos
    Punting
    Avg. 43.8 41.7 Broncos
    long 66 65 Broncos
    IN20 24 23 Broncos
    ret 37 36 Broncos
    RetYds 266 36 Broncos
    RetAvg 7.4 9.1 Broncos
    NET 40.3 36.8 Broncos


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    It... It's so beautiful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolitis
    Here's the Straight comparison between the Steelers and the Broncos.
    Broncos Steelers Better Stat
    Pts/g 24.7 24.3 Broncos
    Yds/g 360.4 321.8 Broncos
    PYds/g 201.7 182.9 Broncos
    RYds/g 158.7 138.9 Broncos
    1stD/g 20.6 18.6 Broncos
    3rdM 76 68 Broncos
    3rdD% 36.2 35.4 Broncos
    4thM 14 5 Broncos
    4htD% 73.7 41.7 Broncos
    Pen. 97 99 Broncos
    PenYds 756 876 Broncos
    TOP 32:39 31:44 Broncos

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    points to ponder:


    The following are some of the interesting match-ups to watch when the Steelers face the Broncos for the AFC Championship:



    STEELERS NT CASEY HAMPTON VS. BRONCOS C TOM NALEN: The Pro Bowl centers from the AFC this year are Jeff Saturday and Nalen. Hampton handled Saturday last week in Indianapolis, and this week itís Nalen. In the game between these teams in 2003, Hampton beat up Nalen to the degree it launched his own Pro Bowl candidacy, and he was voted to the AFC team even though the Steelers finished 6-10. The Broncos run the ball well, and have for years, but the offensive linemen arenít physical. They do more shield blocking and cut-blocking, and the Steelers will try to push them around. There is no way Nalen will be able to handle Hampton one-on-one, and itís often difficult for an offense to run the ball successfully if the nose tackle is penetrating and wreaking havoc.



    STEELERS WR HINES WARD VS. BRONCOS CB CHAMP BAILEY: From a defensive standpoint, the Broncos will pose a stiffer challenge than the Colts, and the Steelers may have to exercise more patience this week. The Steelers come into every game wanting to establish their running game, but they also strive for balance, especially early. When the Steelers throw the ball, Ben Roethlisberger will spread it around, but itís also no secret that Ward is a go-to guy. Bailey is one of the best cornerbacks in football, and each of these guys will be motivated to do well against a fellow Georgia Bulldog. Bailey might be the best cornerback Ward has faced all season, and itís also a sure bet that Ward is the most physical receiver Bailey has faced.



    STEELERS PR ANTWAAN RANDLE EL VS. BRONCOS P TODD SAUERBRUN: The thin air in Denver makes Sauerbrun even more of a weapon, but kicking it far may not be good enough because Randle El is a weapon, as well, after having returned punts for 81, 72 and 72 yards this season. In recent weeks, the Steelers special teams have played a very disciplined style in terms of not taking penalties that nullify returns and put the offense in a hole, and there is a nice rhythm that has developed between Randle El and his blockers. Wouldnít it be ironic if the facet of the game that cost the Steelers the 2001 AFC Championship is the facet that wins it for them in 2005.



    STEELERS FB DAN KREIDER VS. BRONCOS MLB AL WILSON: If the Steelers expect to run the ball successfully, theyíre going to have to account for Wilson, and the guy most likely to be responsible for that is Kreider. It doesnít take long for a Steelers back to learn that the safest path through an opposing defense is behind Kreider. Wilson finished the regular season with 90 tackles, and that proves heís always around the football, but to get to it this week, heís going to have to go through Kreider.



    STEELERS SS TROY POLAMALU VS. BRONCOS QB JAKE PLUMMER: Polamalu is one of those interchangeable parts that coordinator **** LeBeau uses either to rush or cover, and Plummer is going to have to figure out which is which or pay the price. Plummer likes to get out on the perimeter to make plays, but Polamalu has plenty of speed to run him down, and the way he was collapsing the Coltsí pass pocket shows he packs a wallop when he blitzes. If the Steelers can shut down the Denver running attack and Plummer is forced to throw on obvious passing situations, Polamalu will have a chance at sacks, interceptions, or both.



    STEELERS LG ALAN FANECA VS. BRONCOS DT GERARD WARREN: Heís big and physical, but Warren wonít be any surprise to the Steelers or Faneca because of the time he spent with the Browns. Oh, and Faneca is big and physical, too.
    [B][COLOR=Yellow]STEELERS: 31[/COLOR][/B]
    broncos: 24

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychoWard
    points to ponder:


    The following are some of the interesting match-ups to watch when the Steelers face the Broncos for the AFC Championship:



    STEELERS NT CASEY HAMPTON VS. BRONCOS C TOM NALEN: The Pro Bowl centers from the AFC this year are Jeff Saturday and Nalen. Hampton handled Saturday last week in Indianapolis, and this week itís Nalen. In the game between these teams in 2003, Hampton beat up Nalen to the degree it launched his own Pro Bowl candidacy, and he was voted to the AFC team even though the Steelers finished 6-10. The Broncos run the ball well, and have for years, but the offensive linemen arenít physical. They do more shield blocking and cut-blocking, and the Steelers will try to push them around. There is no way Nalen will be able to handle Hampton one-on-one, and itís often difficult for an offense to run the ball successfully if the nose tackle is penetrating and wreaking havoc.



    STEELERS WR HINES WARD VS. BRONCOS CB CHAMP BAILEY: From a defensive standpoint, the Broncos will pose a stiffer challenge than the Colts, and the Steelers may have to exercise more patience this week. The Steelers come into every game wanting to establish their running game, but they also strive for balance, especially early. When the Steelers throw the ball, Ben Roethlisberger will spread it around, but itís also no secret that Ward is a go-to guy. Bailey is one of the best cornerbacks in football, and each of these guys will be motivated to do well against a fellow Georgia Bulldog. Bailey might be the best cornerback Ward has faced all season, and itís also a sure bet that Ward is the most physical receiver Bailey has faced.



    STEELERS PR ANTWAAN RANDLE EL VS. BRONCOS P TODD SAUERBRUN: The thin air in Denver makes Sauerbrun even more of a weapon, but kicking it far may not be good enough because Randle El is a weapon, as well, after having returned punts for 81, 72 and 72 yards this season. In recent weeks, the Steelers special teams have played a very disciplined style in terms of not taking penalties that nullify returns and put the offense in a hole, and there is a nice rhythm that has developed between Randle El and his blockers. Wouldnít it be ironic if the facet of the game that cost the Steelers the 2001 AFC Championship is the facet that wins it for them in 2005.



    STEELERS FB DAN KREIDER VS. BRONCOS MLB AL WILSON: If the Steelers expect to run the ball successfully, theyíre going to have to account for Wilson, and the guy most likely to be responsible for that is Kreider. It doesnít take long for a Steelers back to learn that the safest path through an opposing defense is behind Kreider. Wilson finished the regular season with 90 tackles, and that proves heís always around the football, but to get to it this week, heís going to have to go through Kreider.



    STEELERS SS TROY POLAMALU VS. BRONCOS QB JAKE PLUMMER: Polamalu is one of those interchangeable parts that coordinator **** LeBeau uses either to rush or cover, and Plummer is going to have to figure out which is which or pay the price. Plummer likes to get out on the perimeter to make plays, but Polamalu has plenty of speed to run him down, and the way he was collapsing the Coltsí pass pocket shows he packs a wallop when he blitzes. If the Steelers can shut down the Denver running attack and Plummer is forced to throw on obvious passing situations, Polamalu will have a chance at sacks, interceptions, or both.



    STEELERS LG ALAN FANECA VS. BRONCOS DT GERARD WARREN: Heís big and physical, but Warren wonít be any surprise to the Steelers or Faneca because of the time he spent with the Browns. Oh, and Faneca is big and physical, too.
    Say what you want but it's pretty simple to the rest of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncFanIN
    Here...have a Terrible Towel.....
    LOL Good one!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolitis
    Say what you want but it's pretty simple to the rest of us.

    what's simple???
    that there are some great match-ups?
    that these teams are about as even, statistically as 2 teams can be???
    [B][COLOR=Yellow]STEELERS: 31[/COLOR][/B]
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    You didn't mention your LBs and Ends containing Plummer or Ike Taylor against Rod Smith.

    I think you guys are in serious trouble.

    If you blitz up the middle Plummer will roll to the edges, and if you blitz from the outside we will just run the ball up the gut with Bell and MA.

    The Steelers are nothing without the blitz.


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    Here's how I see the game.
    Our guys are fast Blitzers so we will blitz we have enough probowlers to cover secondary Man to Man. With the Sack Big Ben gets snappy and flustered and starts throwing Int's. On offence we Run to open the pass and then throw an occasional pass to goof them up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychoWard
    what's simple???
    that there are some great match-ups?
    that these teams are about as even, statistically as 2 teams can be???
    Stattistacly Even!!! We beat you in almost all categorys. Speaking of almost. Just so you guys know I'm puting stats in which the Broncos lead. We aren't beating them in everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoBailey024
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoBailey024
    You didn't mention your LBs and Ends containing Plummer or Ike Taylor against Rod Smith.

    I think you guys are in serious trouble.

    If you blitz up the middle Plummer will roll to the edges, and if you blitz from the outside we will just run the ball up the gut with Bell and MA.

    The Steelers are nothing without the blitz.
    Ike Taylor on Rod Smith? How about Ike Taylor on Chad Johnson...or is Rod better than Chad?

    We'll just see what our D schemes to "contain" Jake are....he won't find it as easy as you think..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelerFanatic
    Ike Taylor on Rod Smith? How about Ike Taylor on Chad Johnson...or is Rod better than Chad?

    We'll just see what our D schemes to "contain" Jake are....he won't find it as easy as you think..........
    Ya I'm sure all 1 of Ike's interceptions shut down teams best recievers.


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    points to ponder:


    The following are some of the interesting match-ups to watch when the Steelers face the Broncos for the AFC Championship:



    STEELERS NT CASEY HAMPTON VS. BRONCOS C TOM NALEN: The Pro Bowl centers from the AFC this year are Jeff Saturday and Nalen. Hampton handled Saturday last week in Indianapolis, and this week itís Nalen. In the game between these teams in 2003, Hampton beat up Nalen to the degree it launched his own Pro Bowl candidacy, and he was voted to the AFC team even though the Steelers finished 6-10. The Broncos run the ball well, and have for years, but the offensive linemen arenít physical. They do more shield blocking and cut-blocking, and the Steelers will try to push them around. There is no way Nalen will be able to handle Hampton one-on-one, and itís often difficult for an offense to run the ball successfully if the nose tackle is penetrating and wreaking havoc.

    Tom Nalen has been one of or not the best center in football over the past deade. The numbers speak for itself. Most rushing yards over the past decade all courtesy of Nalen and his blocks sealing off cut back lanes for anybody who is running the ball. The credit goes to the whole team and coaching, but Nalen is one of the biggest part to our success. From Gilbert Brown 10 years ago, to Stroud, Henderson, Jamal Williams, Seymour and Wilfork this year, Hampton isn't anything new to him. Hampton will be another big NT that Nalen will frustrate and tire out.




    STEELERS WR HINES WARD VS. BRONCOS CB CHAMP BAILEY: From a defensive standpoint, the Broncos will pose a stiffer challenge than the Colts, and the Steelers may have to exercise more patience this week. The Steelers come into every game wanting to establish their running game, but they also strive for balance, especially early. When the Steelers throw the ball, Ben Roethlisberger will spread it around, but itís also no secret that Ward is a go-to guy. Bailey is one of the best cornerbacks in football, and each of these guys will be motivated to do well against a fellow Georgia Bulldog

    I like Ward and always have, but Bailey had one of the best years a CB could have with 8 ints in 13 games two for td's, not including last week. He was battling serious injuries with the shoulder and the hammy and was in the running for defensive MVP. Ward is good, but he is taking on the best in the business along with Ronde Barber.


    STEELERS PR ANTWAAN RANDLE EL VS. BRONCOS P TODD SAUERBRUN: The thin air in Denver makes Sauerbrun even more of a weapon, but kicking it far may not be good enough because Randle El is a weapon, as well, after having returned punts for 81, 72 and 72 yards this season. In recent weeks, the Steelers special teams have played a very disciplined style in terms of not taking penalties that nullify returns and put the offense in a hole, and there is a nice rhythm that has developed between Randle El and his blockers. Wouldnít it be ironic if the facet of the game that cost the Steelers the 2001 AFC Championship is the facet that wins it for them in 2005.

    Sauerbrun is a pro bowler this year and has played great. All coaches in the NFL have praised his play. If he is not booming 50+ yard bombs or pinning opponents inside the twenty, he is tackling and forcing fumbles! Denver faces Dante Hall twice a year, so again Randle El is nothing new.



    STEELERS FB DAN KREIDER VS. BRONCOS MLB AL WILSON: If the Steelers expect to run the ball successfully, theyíre going to have to account for Wilson, and the guy most likely to be responsible for that is Kreider. It doesnít take long for a Steelers back to learn that the safest path through an opposing defense is behind Kreider. Wilson finished the regular season with 90 tackles, and that proves heís always around the football, but to get to it this week, heís going to have to go through Kreider.

    Pro Bowl MLB and one of the best in the NFL vs Who??? Next!

    STEELERS SS TROY POLAMALU VS. BRONCOS QB JAKE PLUMMER: Polamalu is one of those interchangeable parts that coordinator **** LeBeau uses either to rush or cover, and Plummer is going to have to figure out which is which or pay the price. Plummer likes to get out on the perimeter to make plays, but Polamalu has plenty of speed to run him down, and the way he was collapsing the Coltsí pass pocket shows he packs a wallop when he blitzes. If the Steelers can shut down the Denver running attack and Plummer is forced to throw on obvious passing situations, Polamalu will have a chance at sacks, interceptions, or both.

    Polamalu is a great player and I would give the advantage to the crazy haired mad man. He is every where and the best in the business.

    STEELERS LG ALAN FANECA VS. BRONCOS DT GERARD WARREN: Heís big and physical, but Warren wonít be any surprise to the Steelers or Faneca because of the time he spent with the Browns. Oh, and Faneca is big and physical, too.

    Both good players and evenly matched. Again we face KC's line twice a year who is the best in the business, nothing new. We shut down LJ in the last game until the fourth quarter where he got 70+ yards in the fourth quarter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoBailey024
    Ya I'm sure all 1 of Ike's interceptions shut down teams best recievers.

    No, actually, I'M sure......

    Chad Johnson (#1) 97 Catches, 1432 yards, 9 TD's

    Against Ike Taylor:
    4 catches, 94 yards, 0 TD's
    5 catches, 54 yards, 0 TD's
    4 catches, 59 yards, 0 TD's

    Rod Smith (#4) 85 Catches, 1105 yards, 6 TD's.


    I think that Ike will hold his own against Rodney......# of picks is a nice stat builder but it doesn't prove a DB's ability to cover and shut down a receiver.........

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