Mile High Magic

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  1. I think people forget how sudden the drop off was for Manning when they talk about Brady playing into his mid 40's. I mean Peyton had the best statistical season EVER in 2013. Less than 12 months later he couldn't complete a pass further than 10 yards up field without divine intervention. I think He's got one more GOOD year and then maybe 2 more so-so years and then he'll go.
  2. There is a crime taking place in Atlanta right now...
  3. Media just can't let people be happy lol
  4. Thank god. this was starting to look like wildcard weekend all over again.
  5. But is he HoF worthy is the question. I think he was great for awhile but he fizzled out and bounced from team to team and in my opinion I just don't think he accomplished enough over the last few years to justify induction. Just my $0.02 though.
  6. I think the fact that hes only had 2 return TDs since he left Chicago 4 years ago rules him out as a HoF specialist. If he had achieved abit more as an offensive player I'd say maybe, but the man has been irrelevant for afew seasons now.
  7. I think at this point every NFL fan is looking at the Chargers kind of like a character in a show where bad things just keep happening to them and you almost feel bad except for the fact that the character is kind of a d!ck. The Chargers are to the NFL what Theon Greyjoy is to Game Of Thrones. But yes it would be good to have as many coaches as possible who already have a taste for these AFC west battles.
  8. I like this strategy. Then at some point in human history they'll be good again and you'll look like a genius.
  9. I agree. McCoy doesn't get enough credit for what he did with Orton and Tebow, hell even Manning to a certain extent. Think he'd be good for those young QBs.
  10. I was so baffled at the the NE poll results until I realized they were both NE lol. But I like that KC/PIT matchup. think that will be one of the better games this weekend.
  11. Amen to that. Lynch admitted early in the year it was taking him some time to learn the offense. Now he has a new offense to learn. If he has a new scheme to learn every 2-3 years he'll never be more than a backup.
  12. Hopefully he can help develop those young safeties we have since secondary has been his area of expertise. If T.J. Ward walks after his contract is up it'd be nice not to take a step back on the back end. I'm pretty happy about it though.
  13. I really thought the NFC games would be close. Fully expected Miami and Oakland to get worked though.
  14. LT, TO, Law, Lynch, and Warner.
  15. I'd like to start by acknowledging that I am indeed a butthurt Denver fan, but I hardly think I'm being "irrational". It's not like I'm just pulling an argument out of thin air that holds no water. It's concrete evidence you can look at. Which part of the team worked? Which part didn't? Why didn't it work? Was the part that didn't work not supposed to be Kubiaks specialty? What he got the job based on (aside from obvious reasons)? Anyways I guess we'll have to agree to disagree on wether he should have been let go or not because I did not get the impression from the press conference that his retirement was anything other than it was reported to be. As for Elway, I think he did his job. He got CJ Anderson back, locked in Sanders, signed 2 tackles that were SUPPOSED to be some of the best in the FA market, got a decent back in Booker late in the draft. He probably could have done better with the QB situation. Maybe make the deal with Philly for Bradford when that was on the table. But Siemian wasn't bad and we won't know if he missed with Lynch for a year or two. Certainly still preferable to resigning Osweiler and potentially not having the money to extend the contracts for Sanders and Stewart.