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Douche Baggins
12-31-2006, 11:52 PM
"Dammit! This must be karma for making the Pro Bowl undeservedly this year."

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LocoChiefsFan
12-31-2006, 11:54 PM
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100,101,102,103........

DMAC
12-31-2006, 11:57 PM
Caption...caption??!!! Who gives a shit about a caption...WE'RE GOIN TO THE PLAYOFFS BABY!!!!

big nasty kcnut
01-01-2007, 12:00 AM
I got pawned by the 49ers

Lonewolf Ed
01-01-2007, 12:01 AM
"

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Those San Francisco guys are wrong! I CAN make a 9 inch butt plug disappear!

Halfcan
01-01-2007, 12:03 AM
I can't believe Cuntler lost the game for us and broke up with me at the same time- I should have never quit sleeping with jake.

Douche Baggins
01-01-2007, 12:06 AM
I got pawned by the 49ers

for $50?

BIG K
01-01-2007, 12:06 AM
"Dammit! This must be karma for making the Pro Bowl undeservedly this year."

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I want every single ******* dime back that we paid to those officials.....How could those bastards allow that?

BigRock
01-01-2007, 12:10 AM
If his mouthpiece was a pacifier, I could totally see him stomping his fists and kicking his legs like a fussy baby.

"WAAAAAAAAAH!"

Direckshun
01-01-2007, 12:31 AM
MARCO!

...

I SAID MARCO.

...

FISH OUT OF WATER!

keg in kc
01-01-2007, 12:32 AM
F*ck.

blueballs
01-01-2007, 12:42 AM
2 massive snow storms
now a shit storm
Denver sucks

SLAG
01-01-2007, 02:18 AM
"At least i can keep trying to suck my own dick"

Halfcan
01-01-2007, 02:21 AM
"At least i can keep trying to suck my own dick"

I thought that was Chump bailys job-those two are butt buddies.

SLAG
01-01-2007, 02:25 AM
I thought that was Chump bailys job-those two are butt buddies.

nttawwt

Boyceofsummer
01-01-2007, 02:27 AM
49ers 26, broncos 23, ot

New Year's Eve of destruction

Denver at dead end after blowing 13-0 lead, losing in overtime
By Mike Klis
Denver Post Staff Writer
DenverPost.com
Article Last Updated:

Just as the blizzards gradually melt away, a pall has moved in on the Denver region.

There will be no new year for the Broncos, much less a happy one. They are finished.

Mere hours before the calendar flipped to 2007, the Broncos gagged all over what had once been a promising 2006 by losing 26-23 in overtime Sunday to the San Francisco 49ers, a team so bad, it was one of the few eliminated from the embarrassing NFC playoff race before the final week.

That's pretty bad.

"I mean, the San Francisco 49ers," said Nate Webster, who replaced Al Wilson as the Broncos' middle linebacker as Wilson sat with a back injury. "I know it's the NFL and 'any given Sunday' and all that. But to get beat in our house, factoring everything in, that's what makes it so disappointing. To miss the playoffs is an amazing disappointment."

Amazingly, shockingly, there is dancing in the streets of Kansas City. The Broncos' loss, coupled with the Chiefs' 35-30 victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars, scrambled the bottom of the AFC playoff format.

By virtue of a better record within the AFC West, the 9-7 Chiefs are going to the playoffs, where they will play at Indianapolis in the first round on Saturday. The 9-7 Broncos are going nowhere, whacked by the technicality of a tiebreaker, and themselves.

"That's a letdown season," Broncos defensive tackle Michael Myers said. "We didn't win the games we were supposed to win. No excuses. We kept them in the game. You can't let a team like that hang around."

It was all there for the Broncos. All they had to do was beat what had been a 6-9 San Francisco team before their fans at Invesco Field at Mile High, and the Broncos would have been playing a team they own, the New England Patriots, in Foxborough, Mass., next weekend.

Instead, the Broncos' failure to finish drives in 49ers territory in the first quarter, inability to build on a 13-0, first-half lead, another fumble by Tatum Bell, an interception thrown by rookie quarterback Jay Cutler that was returned for a touchdown, and a defense that once again wore down after halftime doomed Denver's season.

The end came when 49ers kicker Joe Nedney nailed a 36-yard field goal with 1:56 remaining in overtime, his fourth field goal of the game.

"We knew what was at stake," Broncos tight end Stephen Alexander said. "We had much more at stake than they did. We knew it was a must win to make the playoffs. Everyone in this room to a man knew that. I think that's why it's so disappointing. This is a talented team and there's no way to put your finger on what went wrong or what happened."

For a while, it appeared Champ Bailey would rescue another season for Denver. Cutler was knocked out of the game with a concussion after he was pummeled by 49ers defensive tackle Anthony Adams early in the second quarter. Jake Plummer, the Broncos' erstwhile starting quarterback, finished out the quarter. But after Plummer went 0-for-2 with an interception, coach Mike Shana- han ignored the passing pages of his playbook and left the game to his defense.

Incredibly, but not surprisingly, Bailey came through. He snagged a deflected pass and returned it 70 yards for a touchdown. Despite their offensive struggles, the Broncos were up 13-0 with 2:09 left in the first half.

But after Nedney kicked his first field goal just before halftime, the 49ers got back in the game by opening the second half with a long, time-consuming drive that culminated when fullback Moran Norris took a short pass in the right flat, shook off Webster's tackle and rumbled in for a 32-yard touchdown.

"That was my guy," Webster said. "The wide receiver got a nice pick on me, just enough to throw me off balance, but I still got over there and should've make the tackle."

On the Broncos' next possession, Cutler was facing third-and-17 with the ball at his 22. Under pressure, he floated the ball toward the left sideline. Walt Harris, the 49ers' best defensive back, stepped in front of Alexander and made a 28-yard interception return for a touchdown that appeared as easy as a layup.

"I was in a zone and I read the quarterback," Harris said. "I saw a receiver open and (Cutler) saw him, too, so I broke in on it and he threw it right to me."

After getting knocked out with a concussion in the second quarter, there was speculation Cutler wasn't quite right in the third quarter, especially when he burned three timeouts on the next drive. But Cutler said there were no lingering effects from his first-half blow.

"No, on that pick we got a little pressure and I tried to get it in the flat, and I didn't put enough on it," Cutler said.

To his credit, Cutler put the interception behind him and started zipping the ball again. He eventually led the Broncos on an 80-yard, fourth-quarter drive that tied the game 23-23.

In overtime, however, the Broncos' two drives ended in punts, while the 49ers finally won it after receiver Bryan Gilmore gained 20 yards on a reverse and another 14 yards on a reception to set up Nedney's final, season-ending blow.

"We should have won the game earlier and we should have never went to overtime," Broncos receiver Rod Smith said. "But we didn't get it done. Now we've got to think about that for a long time."

Staff writer Mike Klis can be reached at 303-954-1055 or mklis@denverpost.com.

EXTRA POINTS
Broncos reporter Bill Williamson breaks down Denver's 26-23 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers at Invesco Field at Mile High:

TURNING POINT: Final kick a dagger

San Francisco kicker Joe Nedney's fourth field goal of the game, with 1:56 to go in overtime, gave the 49ers the stunning win to end Denver's season.

CRAZY PLAY OF THE DAY: Bouncing ball

In a strange turn of events in the fourth quarter, there were two questioned fumbles. First, for the third consecutive game, Denver running back Tatum Bell made a critical fumble. With 11:14 to go, he lost the ball at the Broncos' 43-yard line after a first down. After an official's review on San Francisco's challenge, it was ruled that 49ers cornerback Walt Harris recovered it at the Broncos' 43.

Less than two minutes later, there was another San Francisco challenge after a fumble. Denver thought it had a fumble recovery by cornerback Karl Paymah. After the review, it was ruled 49ers receiver Taylor Jacobs never had possession of a pass, and the 49ers were able to punt on the next play.

HIT OF THE DAY: Bell rung

The biggest hit came in the first quarter when San Francisco linebacker Brandon Moore plowed into Denver running back Mike Bell on first- and-goal from the 49ers' 1. Bell has been a touchdown machine, but he had no chance as Moore popped him for no gain. It set the tone for the next few plays. Denver couldn't get in and had to settle for a field goal by Jason Elam to take a 3-0 lead.

BESTS: Honoring a president

Tribute: Before the game, there was a moment of silence for former President Gerald Ford, who died last week.

Start: On the first play from scrimmage, Denver quarterback Jay Cutler hit fellow rookie Tony Scheffler for a 29-yard reception to the Broncos' 49. It was the tight end's second consecutive start. However, the big play didn't help the Broncos, because they had to punt to end the possession.

Effort: Denver rookie defensive end Elvis Dumervil, above, made a great attempt to chase down 49ers running back Frank Gore on a long gain in the second quarter.

WORSTS: Opportunity lost

Missed opportunity: Broncos defensive end Kenard Lang had an opportunity to simply fall on an Alex Smith fumble late in the second quarter. But Lang tried to pick up the ball at the Broncos' 30. It squirted out, and the 49ers kept possession and converted a 46-yard Joe Nedney field goal.

Penalty: Broncos tight end Stephen Alexander was called for holding, nullifying a first-down pass from Jay Cutler to rookie receiver Brandon Marshall in the third quarter. On the next play, Walt Harris returned a Cutler pass for a 28-yard touchdown.

REPORT CARD
Offense

D: The offense moved the ball but had three turnovers, one resulting in a San Francisco touchdown. The Broncos also failed on two possessions in overtime. A home team that wins the coin toss in overtime has to finish the job.

Defense

D: The defense played well overall, but it allowed the 49ers to push the ball down the field in overtime. It couldn't stop the 49ers when it had to.

Special teams

B: The Broncos' special teams improved dramatically over the past few weeks. Kick returner Quincy Morgan and punt returner Darrent Williams each had solid efforts. After a terrible first three-quarters of the season, the Denver special teams improved, and really contributed late.

Coaching

C: As with the players, the coaches have to be accountable for the big home loss. Coach Mike Shanahan and his staff tried to let the team know the importance of the game. They tried, but the team didn't respond.

Overall

F: This will go down as one of the worst defeats in home history for the Broncos. They lost to a team with a losing record. This inexcusable defeat will be remembered for years.

- Bill Williamson

the Talking Can
01-01-2007, 05:17 AM
"Dammit! This must be karma for making the Pro Bowl undeservedly this year."

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"waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaa!"

penchief
01-01-2007, 03:18 PM
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"Alright......who's the wise guy that put ice down my back?"

CanadaKC
01-01-2007, 03:59 PM
>>At least I still have the smell of my pit sac sweat...

Dark Horse
01-01-2007, 04:57 PM
"Dammit! This must be karma for making the Pro Bowl undeservedly this year."

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I'm gonna wash that man right out of my hair

Tribal Warfare
01-01-2007, 05:17 PM
I made a doodie

unothadeal
01-02-2007, 05:29 PM
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Practicing his golf swing

Guru
01-02-2007, 05:31 PM
"Dammit! This must be karma for making the Pro Bowl undeservedly this year."

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I said, get on your knees and assume the position you skumsucker!!!

Gonzo
01-02-2007, 05:38 PM
Allright D-Line, this is how you put vasaline on the back of your jersey.

shaneo69
01-02-2007, 07:56 PM
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Dammit! I knew we were screwed as soon as I found out the ref lives in Springfield, MO.

Buck
01-02-2007, 08:07 PM
Allright D-Line, this is how you put vasaline on the back of your jersey.

LMAO

You win.

Chief Roundup
01-02-2007, 08:18 PM
Again!, Not Again!!

JonesCrusher
01-02-2007, 08:18 PM
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I'm not John Lynch, I'm the crazy carvinal owner and I would have gotten away with it, if it wasn't for those meddling kids.

Discuss Thrower
01-02-2007, 08:25 PM
Meddling kids bubster.

Valiant
01-02-2007, 08:28 PM
"Dammit! This must be karma for making the Pro Bowl undeservedly this year."

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By the Poweeeeeeeeeeeeer of Grayskull.................

JonesCrusher
01-02-2007, 09:05 PM
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Run, be free , my little hamster buddy.