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Old 08-01-2009, 09:38 AM  
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***Official Knowmo2724 homer-2000 thread***

Very few non-bronco fans can tolerate him. he creates inane threads that are homeristic in nature (his avatar is very apropos), and nobody loves him (not even his own mother)

'face, this can be the home for all knowmo threads so we aren't treated to the bi-weekly steaming 'presents' left by the front door.
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Old 11-22-2009, 08:15 PM   #361
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Old 11-22-2009, 08:16 PM   #362
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Armstrong: Broncos perfecting the fade route
By Jim Armstrong
The Denver Post

There's no way around it, no denying it, and no other way to say it: The Broncos have become the NFL's premier flash-and-crash franchise.

They start fast and fade faster. They jump ahead, then fall behind. They rock, then they get rolled.

This time, they started 6-0. You remember 6-0. Josh McDaniels was high-fiving babies in the stands at Invesco Field. Kyle Orton was a Pro Bowl candidate. The playoffs were a foregone conclusion.

The Chargers? They were yesterday's news. And then ... and then ...

And then it happened again.

The Broncos are 6-4 after Sunday's 32-3 beating by the Bolts. During their four-game losing streak, they've scored 20 points in the first half -- 17 coming at Washington. Twice, they've been shut out in the first two quarters.

At least Orton showed he was healthy enough to play. But then, he didn't have any choice. The Broncos were going nowhere with Chris Simms in the huddle, trailing 13-0 with 4 minutes left in the first half.

So what happened after Orton arrived on the scene? He completed a 22-yard pass and a 38-yarder to put the Broncos on the Chargers' 4-yard line. But all it did was set the stage for Knowshon Moreno's fumble at the goal line. It wasn't official at the time, but it is now: The Bolts have taken over the lead in the AFC West.

It may not seem possible, but it's true. And since you're wondering, here goes: The NFL since adopting its 16-game schedule in 1978 has had two teams start 6-0 and not make the playoffs. That would be the Redskins in 1978 and the Vikings in 2003.

And maybe the Broncos in 2009.

If so, it wouldn't be as shocking as you might think. This is the Broncos we're talking about. They're turning the fast fade into an art form.

The Broncos were 4-1 last season, but lost seven of their last 11 to finish 8-8, prompting Pat Bowlen to look for a new coach. In 2007, they won their first two, but dropped nine of their last 14 to finish 7-9. The year before, they won five of their first six, but lost six of their final 10 to finish 9-7.

The list goes on and on. The Broncos jumped out to a 5-1 record in 2003 and 2004, but split their final 10 games to finish 10-6. In 2002, they stood 4-1 after five games, only to lost six of their final 11. And in 2001, they were 3-1, but dropped seven of their last 12 to finish 8-8.

Granted, things can change in a hurry in the NFL, but, at the moment, there's no reason to think things will be any different this season.
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Old 11-22-2009, 08:18 PM   #363
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Old 11-22-2009, 08:20 PM   #364
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The Chargers were all talking after today's 32-3 victory about Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels telling the Chargers linebackers, "We own you" as he passed them on the field during pregame warmups.

"I'm not surprised," Shaun Phillips said. "He's a little cocky (rear end). It's all good, all fun and games. We didn't look too much into it. As a coach, I hope he has that mind-set. But to say he owns us? I mean, you beat us one time. What has he really done in this league? He had a team 6-0 and now he's looking up at us from second place."

McDaniels said after the game as he headed to his car that the Chargers "talked to me first."

He then said, "I'm not making a story about this. If I did, I'd be able to tell you some things that aren't for papers."
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Old 11-22-2009, 08:26 PM   #365
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Josh McDaniels reportedly told the Chargers linebacking crew "We own you guys" before getting annihilated 32-3.


Well, things sure have taken a turn for the worse in Denver, haven't they?

The Broncos have given away a 3 1/2 game lead in the shortest amount of time I've ever seen, and not only that, but it looks like coach Josh McDaniels is a bit of a talker.

Both Shawne Merriman and Stephen Cooper both relayed the story after that game that McDaniels came up to them during warmups and said to them "We own you guys."

If "we own you guys" meant "we're going to lose by a ridiculous margin to you guys" then McDaniels got it right. Because the Chargers put an epic beatdown on the Broncos today, the final score being 32-3.

Me thinks Josh McDaniels might want to shut his mouth and find a way to get this ship righted. Because they're in a free fall right now, and talking junk won't do them any good.
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Old 11-22-2009, 08:38 PM   #368
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Old 11-22-2009, 08:40 PM   #369
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Josh McDaniels reportedly told the Chargers linebacking crew "We own you guys" before getting annihilated 32-3.


Well, things sure have taken a turn for the worse in Denver, haven't they?

The Broncos have given away a 3 1/2 game lead in the shortest amount of time I've ever seen, and not only that, but it looks like coach Josh McDaniels is a bit of a talker.

Both Shawne "roidman" Merriman and Stephen Cooper both relayed the story after that game that McDaniels came up to them during warmups and said to them "We own you guys."

If "we own you guys" meant "we're going to lose by a ridiculous margin to you guys" then McDaniels got it right. Because the Chargers put an epic beatdown on the Broncos today, the final score being 32-3.

Me thinks Josh McDaniels might want to shut his mouth and find a way to get this ship righted. Because they're in a free fall right now, and talking junk won't do them any good.
Im so glad he showed his ass with that homo ass fist pump tirade.Exactly what his GENIUS ass gets.
If its true he's an even bigger ass clown that I thought.He has no place and clearly no grounds to talk smack to an opposing player before a game.
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Old 11-23-2009, 12:36 AM   #371
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Chargers leaving Broncos behind

DENVER -- Looking back, I really can't fathom how these two 6-3 teams were ever tied for first place to start with as this Week 11 Sunday dawned. The only thing I can figure is the standings doubled as the NFL's version of an optical illusion. Maybe it's like when they warn you about objects in the mirror actually being closer than they appear, only to the exact opposite effect in this case.

Because if ever there were two streaking teams that came into a game light years apart from one another, and proceeded to spend the afternoon hurtling furiously in divergent directions, it was the surging San Diego Chargers and the reeling Denver Broncos.

Thanks to their 32-3 win over the Broncos at a stunned Invesco Field, the Chargers (7-3) technically lead Denver (6-4) by one slim game in the AFC West. But don't believe it. That's like taking a snapshot of Secretariat just as he started to pull away from the Belmont field and inferring that it must have been a very close horse race that long ago Saturday on Long Island.

It's a one-game San Diego advantage, headed for a cakewalk. The regular season might still have six weeks remaining, but that's just chronology. All you needed to see Sunday was the gap that separates these two teams to know how it's going to come out in the AFC West again this year.

"Just to be honest, I didn't think we'd be in the position we're in division-wise at this point,'' said Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, in a burst of candor regarding San Diego's ability to make up 4 games on Denver in the five weeks since the Broncos humbled them 34-23 on Oct. 19 in Southern California. "We didn't think we'd be tied [coming into] this game, but we were. And now we're ahead. But it's not Week 17 of the season. You can't relax, and we won't.''

Maybe not, but the Chargers' relentless pursuit of the Broncos is now over. Now it's Denver's turn to do the chasing, and everybody senses it's not going to be much of a race. The Chargers dominated the Broncos in every facet, and there was nothing fluky about the final margin. Given what was on the line, I really can't remember the last time a bigger game fell this flat -- outside of a Super Bowl or two in the 1980s.

"You'd love to say this was just another game and stuff like that, but it wasn't,'' Chargers linebacker Shawne "roidman" Merriman said. "We were playing for first in the division. It meant a lot to us, and we played like it. We kind of caught them on a little bit of a slope, going down.''

With four losses in a row after their wholly unexpected 6-0 start, the Broncos are in the midst of more than a little slide. They're in an all-out free-fall, and it has perfectly coincided with the five-game winning streak that San Diego began after its homefield loss to Denver last month.

All you had to see in this game to understand how desperate the Broncos were to stop the bleeding was head coach Josh McDaniels' controversial decision to insert injured quarterback Kyle "Pro Bowl" Orton into the game in the second quarter, once Denver trailed 13-0. Chris Simms, Orton's backup, had made his first start in more than three years, but wound up getting just three series before back came Orton, injured left ankle and all.

McDaniels knew what was at stake. He knew Denver's season was on the line here Sunday, and he knew who he was playing. The situation called for drastic measures. No sense saving Orton for games that wouldn't matter anywhere near as much from here on out if the Broncos lost this one.

"In fact, I was surprised Orton didn't start the game, because I saw him in the pre-game and I thought he looked good,'' observed Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson. "But I think Josh was like, 'This is it. It's time for him to go.' I thought he was going to start, but I guess because he didn't get any snaps during the week they didn't want to do that.''

Orton's entry in the game late in the first half gave Denver it's only flicker of hope all day. Taking over at the Broncos 38, he completed three quick passes in a row, moving Denver to the San Diego 4. The crowd came to life, the Broncos sideline brightened, and then, disaster struck. Rookie running back Knowshon Moreno got the call, and fumbled just shy of breaking the plane of the goal line. The Chargers recovered in the end zone, and with that every last bit of oxygen got sucked from the stadium.

"When Orton came in, it was kind of like Willis Reed coming back to the Garden,'' said San Diego linebacker Stephen Cooper, showing himself to be an impressive student of history. "To see him out there, everyone started running around and making plays. They started moving the ball real fast and it was like they got their second wind. But then Moreno fumbled that ball on the goal line, and it took that wind right out of them.''

These Chargers took the Broncos' best shot right there late in the first half, and never buckled. You can't help but think San Diego's experience at chasing down and catching the Broncos again and again in recent years has produced a supreme confidence. No matter how deep the hole, the Chargers don't panic against Denver. They stay resilient, and by now believe in their own sense of destiny.

"We've been through it before and at this point, anything's possible,'' Tomlinson said. "Whoever thought last year they (the Broncos) would lose three straight at the end of the year and we would win three straight and get into the playoffs? But I can't really say I'm surprised at where we are. It's a long season, and we talked about that five weeks ago (after the loss to the Broncos). We knew Denver still had to play teams in the NFC East, and still had to play a couple teams in the AFC North. We played those teams early. It's a long season, and things happen.''

Who knows what Tomlinson was really thinking when the Chargers were 2-3 and the 6-0 Broncos had built a 3 game lead over them six weeks into the season? But L.T. realizes how quickly the whole world can change in the NFL, and he and his Chargers have become as adept as anyone at hanging around and giving themselves a chance to make a run.

"This is a tough league, and it's tough to win,'' Tomlinson said. "When you lose one, you say, 'We'll get it back next week.' You lose two, you start saying, 'Holy crap what's going on?' You lose three, and your confidence is shook. You start pointing fingers and starting blaming others. That's just what happens. It's human nature, so I'm not surprised things turn out like this.''

So what happens when you lose four games in a row in the NFL, like the imploding Broncos have? Unrestrained panic?

"I don't want to even get into that,'' Tomlinson said, laughing.

For the Broncos, the opportunity they lost Sunday against San Diego may hurt even more in the coming weeks. Denver has to rebound quickly for a Thanksgiving night visit from the Giants, then travels to improved Kansas City and undefeated Indianapolis in the two weeks after that. With San Diego sitting 7-3 and facing a home date against Kansas City and a trip to Cleveland in the coming two games, the gap in the AFC West is likely to grow.

"There's no question this is our most crucial point of the season,'' Rivers said. "Obviously you don't want to start slow, but we fought back and we're playing our best ball right now. That's something we've been able to do, play our best late in the season. The teams that do that usually have a chance in the postseason. We're not there yet, but we're headed in the right direction.

"This is an excited locker room, and it should be. But nobody's caught up in the hoopla. We've won five in a row, but we're very focused and very grounded in our approach, and I think that's had a lot to do with our success.''

We've seen this movie before, with the Chargers and Broncos passing each other like two ships in the night. San Diego always seems to drop the ball in the season's first half, but these Chargers sure know how to close. Just ask Denver if it feels like a one-game deficit about now. Sometimes the standings do lie, and objects in the mirror are much further than they appear.
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I hope you guys pull it together and end respectively knowmo, you're a good dude and there is nothing wrong with being a homer, hopefully this teaches you there is a difference between being a homer and being a blind homer.

Personally, I hope SD makes it to the playoffs instead of you guys though. That would keep Norv in SD for a little longer and that is as valuable to us as keeping the crypt-keeper on life support.
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I won't take up too much time interrupting your fun... but, while they looked like hell and the 4 game streak stinks... I'm still good with 6-4 for now. My expectations were pretty realistic to start. Simms was horrible to start... but, the defense has fallen extremely hard back to earth.
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“This is probably the most frustrating game I’ve ever played in,” receiver Brandon Marshall said.

The frustration boiled over after Knowshon Moreno fumbled just before crossing the goal line in a 13-0 game. Marshall said something to Moreno, and Moreno shoved him. Moreno was held back by teammates from going after Marshall on the sideline.

“Nothing long term, just the heat of the moment,” Moreno said.

McDaniels said he wasn’t worried about the confrontation, that it was a situation between two competitive players. Marshall said he told Moreno “we’ve got to pick it up,” and was asked if he regretted what he said to Moreno.

“I don’t regret anything,” Marshall said. “This was a playoff game. There were guys on the sideline that weren’t angry, that didn’t have a lot of emotion. They need to look at themselves in the mirror. This is a game where you’ve got to have it. None of us can make any terrible plays.”

Marshall made it clear Moreno wasn’t to blame for the loss, and it was “a bunch of plays” that cost the Broncos the game.

“Knowshon is a competitor, that’s what makes him good,” Marshall said. “I’d take him in my foxhole any time.”
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Glad to see Brandon Marshall start to become a leader.

This team has way to much veteran leadership to lose on Thanksgiving.
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Glad to see Brandon Marshall start to become a leader.

This team has way to much veteran leadership to lose on Thanksgiving.
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