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Thread: Potential

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mingo View Post
    I don't know what is going to happen this season, but I am here to seriously state - this Denver Bronco team has the potential (I stress the word potential) to be one of the greatest teams of all time in pro football - they are that good top to bottom. Their free agency signings - their development players - the draftees - it seems every choice they make on talent is paying off. Even the top players on the team are still realizing their potential.

    26-6 over two years in the regular season can spoil a fan or make him look at his favorite team with rose colored glasses. I'm known here for my optimism, but with a 26-6 record in the regular season -that's another way of saying I was right all along about this team. Year one was a giant improvement over the Tebow years - Year two was a giant improvement over year one -and here in year three it is obvious to me the Broncos are greatly improvement once again.

    This team has the talent - has the coaching -has the speed, all it needs to show is that is has toughness.
    Bill Parcells would tell his players "the bus stop is full of potential"

    I really believe it's on the coaching staff more than the players. Don't get out coached in the biggest game of the year

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    Quote Originally Posted by CEH View Post
    Bill Parcells would tell his players "the bus stop is full of potential"

    I really believe it's on the coaching staff more than the players. Don't get out coached in most of the biggest games of the year
    Altered your post a bit but, agree 100% with your post. No reason for any blowout games with Manning and upgraded D this year. It's on the staff in 14. Lets hope the Broncos don't have a staff infection.
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    this in spades ... Seattle was pulling out all stops for a win . Edge they stuck of it ...Alex Gibbs was seen chewing ass on our OC ... mad as hellllllllll.... One sided teams lose .

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