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  1. #16
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    I agree Crash-Meister...all season long in fact...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 56crash View Post
    Tony Carter I called it first. He is just a ball fire . I love his play . he played like a fire that just cold not be put out. I said it first he would win the heat of fire contest . Against the Cowboys I said he played the play perfect and that I was prowed of him
    I called it his FR year of college- so good luck with that one. ;)

    BAHAHAHA.

    No I know what you mean. I was really happy for Tony coming in cold and doing well.

    I think this game was a bit personal after the ball hit him on the ST"s punt, not that it was his fault on that, but he really got the blame for that one.
    They say that love is more important than money, but have you ever tried to pay your bills with a hug?

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    Some players who have gone a bit unnoticed late in the year.

    Jeremy Mincey he has put some pressure on and came up with a few sacks now.

    Paris Lenon, what a difference he has made on the run game.

    Our DE by committee is working. Malik Jackson was playing well and he didn't have quite the game vs NE as he had been having but Robert Ayers stepped it up with a big sack, Phillips who had vanished for a bit has come up huge in the first two playoff games and

    POT ROAST!!!!

    Champ and DRC fabulous games.
    They say that love is more important than money, but have you ever tried to pay your bills with a hug?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Draft Crazy View Post
    Some players who have gone a bit unnoticed late in the year.

    Jeremy Mincey he has put some pressure on and came up with a few sacks now.

    Paris Lenon, what a difference he has made on the run game.

    Our DE by committee is working. Malik Jackson was playing well and he didn't have quite the game vs NE as he had been having but Robert Ayers stepped it up with a big sack, Phillips who had vanished for a bit has come up huge in the first two playoff games and

    POT ROAST!!!!

    Champ and DRC fabulous games.
    Ayers showed up at a very timely point in the game.

    When the hell was Bailey's last int. Just bugging me.
    1st and 10 at DEN 20 (Shotgun) T.Tebow pass deep middle to D.Thomas for 80 yards, TOUCHDOWN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdlewis View Post
    Ayers showed up at a very timely point in the game.

    When the hell was Bailey's last int. Just bugging me.
    He intercepted a 2 point conversion this year, but that doesn't count as an interception in the record books.

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    Should we be giving thought of Green at Starting RB if weather games happen ? He looked darn good . Has anyone hear any reason that this happened ? that was really odd.

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    That was an odd call but just proved the Pats Defense was our ceremonial 'Bitch' for lack of...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 56crash View Post
    Should we be giving thought of Green at Starting RB if weather games happen ? He looked darn good . Has anyone hear any reason that this happened ? that was really odd.
    The only thing I read was that Green was put in by Gase - to surprise the Patriots defense - and give them something else to consider (thus keeping them on their heels). It really was a nice example of offensive execution for the Bronco to have to punt only once in two playoff games -with no turnovers. How many games can you lose if you are able to do that?

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    you do realize that green ran the stretch play TD made so famous...it looked like the real deal ... I had to blink my eyes..

    and no he still looked like green but he did the play perfect .

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    I agree Crash - the execution of that play was perfect - Manning the coaches - whoever - this team is incredibly efficient offensively in the playoffs.

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    The pats were completely unprepared for it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bleedy View Post
    The pats were completely unprepared for it...
    Yep because they were focusing on that WR who took out talib sending video to league office. Preparing the sour grapes speech afterwards.
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