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Old 11-26-2013, 09:15 AM  
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Kevin Vickerson out with dislocated hip.

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Broncos DT Kevin Vickerson (hip) is out a minimum of six weeks.

Vickerson won't need surgery to repair the joint he dislocated in Sunday night's Week 12 loss at New England, but his season is still in jeopardy. It's a loss the Broncos should be able to overcome. Vickerson has graded out 61st among 70 qualifying nose/defensive tackles according to ProFootballFocus. He has 22 tackles and one sack through 11 games. Terrance Knighton, Malik Jackson, Sylvester Williams, and Mitch Unrein are going to have to pick up the slack.
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Old 11-26-2013, 04:26 PM   #61
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That's the difference between a Chief fan and a Bronco fan.

Broncos fan take: I hope we can protect Manning losing Ryan Clady. They have a good pass rush and it will be on the road in December - a tough place regardless. We'll need to keep doing the things we did last time and try and contain Charles and get some points.

Chiefs fan take: I hope Manning, Moreno, Cromartie and anyone else is hurt. Maybe we can hurt them in the game.
oh yeah, i'm sure its breaking donco nations hearts that Hali will be gimpy at best and Houstons out.

You saintly gentlemen seek no advantages, how noble.
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Old 11-26-2013, 04:29 PM   #62
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Old 11-26-2013, 04:39 PM   #63
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oh yeah, i'm sure its breaking donco nations hearts that Hali will be gimpy at best and Houstons out.

You saintly gentlemen seek no advantages, how noble.
This might be hard for you to understand, because your team has been somewhere between awful and mediocre since the moon landing, but I want to watch a good football game in addition to seeing the Broncos hopefully win.

And I don't HATE the Chiefs players just because they play on the other team. Tamba Hali is a good football player. Justin Houston is similar to Von Miller in many ways. I would give my right nut for Eric Berry to be a Bronco. They have never done anything to me or my family personally. I enjoy watching those guys play football. And this game will probably decide the division winner. I don't want to be gifted that just because of some unlikely foot twisting or Elbow injury.

I mean obviously I don't want Manning to get beat up and sacked all day, but if it's between that and you losing your players to injury, I would take the former, because at least we can try and mitigate it with good play and doing something and someone doesn't have to get hurt. Chiefs players are people and it sucks balls to not be able to help your team in a game because of an injury.

Then again you guys were dancing around thrilled to defeat third string QB's. That's probably a product of sucking so bad that you're win-starved. Whatever. Losing your best defenders would take the awesome-sauce out of the game.
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Old 11-26-2013, 04:51 PM   #64
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Good!

That dude is a piece of shit!

After watching him 'in action' on MNF against the Colts earlier this year, that shitbag deserves every awful thing that comes his way!


Unfortunately, the Donkos are probably better off w/o him.
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Old 11-26-2013, 04:57 PM   #65
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This might be hard for you to understand, because your team has been somewhere between awful and mediocre since the moon landing, but I want to watch a good football game in addition to seeing the Broncos hopefully win.

And I don't HATE the Chiefs players just because they play on the other team. Tamba Hali is a good football player. Justin Houston is similar to Von Miller in many ways. I would give my right nut for Eric Berry to be a Bronco. They have never done anything to me or my family personally. I enjoy watching those guys play football. And this game will probably decide the division winner. I don't want to be gifted that just because of some unlikely foot twisting or Elbow injury.

I mean obviously I don't want Manning to get beat up and sacked all day, but if it's between that and you losing your players to injury, I would take the former, because at least we can try and mitigate it with good play and doing something and someone doesn't have to get hurt. Chiefs players are people and it sucks balls to not be able to help your team in a game because of an injury.

Then again you guys were dancing around thrilled to defeat third string QB's. That's probably a product of sucking so bad that you're win-starved. Whatever. Losing your best defenders would take the awesome-sauce out of the game.
I want to beat our arch rivals, if it helps that you have a few guys dinged up just like we do... then i'm all for it, again, i feel no shame for being glad if the playing field is leveled a bit.

But i will say, i appreciate the tone of your post... you're not the troll you used to be.
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:04 PM   #66
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That's the difference between a Chief fan and a Bronco fan.

Broncos fan take: I hope we can protect Manning losing Ryan Clady. They have a good pass rush and it will be on the road in December - a tough place regardless. We'll need to keep doing the things we did last time and try and contain Charles and get some points.

Chiefs fan take: I hope Manning, Moreno, Cromartie and anyone else is hurt. Maybe we can hurt them in the game.
There you go, taking a post and attaching it to all Chiefs fans.

That's like somebody in Donkeyland saying something and the whole Jackass fan base is labeled as stereotyped?

Lame !
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:10 PM   #67
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That's the difference between a Chief fan and a Bronco fan.

Broncos fan take: I hope we can protect Manning losing Ryan Clady. They have a good pass rush and it will be on the road in December - a tough place regardless. We'll need to keep doing the things we did last time and try and contain Charles and get some points.

Chiefs fan take: I hope Manning, Moreno, Cromartie and anyone else is hurt. Maybe we can hurt them in the game.
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:10 PM   #68
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There you go, taking a post and attaching it to all Chiefs fans.

That's like somebody in Donkeyland saying something and the whole Jackass fan base is labeled as stereotyped?

Lame !
As long as it's legal I'd love to see us knock the QB out of any game...
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:20 PM   #69
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:21 PM   #70
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There you go, taking a post and attaching it to all Chiefs fans.

That's like somebody in Donkeyland saying something and the whole Jackass fan base is labeled as stereotyped?

Lame !
Roy, you sensitive silly old codger, think about what you're saying.

You're calling him lame for stereotyping Chiefs fans, then you proceed to stereotype all Broncos fans as jackasses.

It was worth three on my chuckle meter.
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:22 PM   #71
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Who ****ing cums on a dinner plate?

Certainly not I. I don't wash dishes THAT well.
Do you take strange women that lick come off dinner plates home to your house?

Certainly not I...
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:23 PM   #72
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Roy, you sensitive silly old codger, think about what you're saying.

You're calling him lame for stereotyping Chiefs fans, then you proceed to stereotype all Broncos fans as jackasses.

It was worth three on my chuckle meter.
Reading comp error.

Broncos = Donks = Jackass...
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:23 PM   #73
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... thats why you use paper plates?
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Old 11-26-2013, 05:24 PM   #74
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... thats why you use paper plates?
Nah.

Go to her place and use fine china.

Paper plates?

That's just ****ing weird...
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