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02/03/2014 06:09:35 PM · #1
Originally posted by hahn23:

Originally posted by franktheyank:

...No one mentions that the Broncos were crushed in the pre-season by the Seahawks 40 to 10. Manning just doesn't face the level of defense found in the NFC week after week. May the best team winů.


There is a big difference between a meaningless pre-season game and the all important SuperBowl. C'mon man!


3 points in one direction, and 2 in the other.
02/03/2014 06:06:07 PM · #2
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by bohemka:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Seattle D-Backs better stop trying to injure the opponent before they have to put in some wideout at safety ...

What?

On two (consecutive?) plays during "garbage time" Seattle DBs attempted to deliver a "punishing" hit on a receiver already substantially tackled (or already on the ground) and ended up injuring a teammate (e.g. Richard Sherman's ankle) instead. Their actions were completely unnecessary to completion of the play.


I don't know what you guys are smoking. Sherman got hurt when caught between another defender and the receiver as both backs got to the play at the same time. It's called defense and unfortunately sometimes players get hurt.Here
02/03/2014 05:27:18 PM · #3
Originally posted by bohemka:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Seattle D-Backs better stop trying to injure the opponent before they have to put in some wideout at safety ...

What?

On two (consecutive?) plays during "garbage time" Seattle DBs attempted to deliver a "punishing" hit on a receiver already substantially tackled (or already on the ground) and ended up injuring a teammate (e.g. Richard Sherman's ankle) instead. Their actions were completely unnecessary to completion of the play.
02/03/2014 05:23:13 PM · #4
Originally posted by cowboy221977:

Originally posted by smardaz:

Originally posted by hahn23:


Well, the Broncos showed up but didn't play well. Our fans and team still get to return to beautiful Denver, the Rocky Mountains where the snow is the best in years, and the great state of Colorado. Congrats to Seattle, the better team tonight, but I'll take CO any time over the Pacific NW.


You know you have nothing to say about the game when you fall back on which is the better city to live in.....


to tell you the truth...I wouldn't want to live in either city


ok, good.
02/03/2014 05:17:02 PM · #5
Originally posted by smardaz:

Originally posted by hahn23:


Well, the Broncos showed up but didn't play well. Our fans and team still get to return to beautiful Denver, the Rocky Mountains where the snow is the best in years, and the great state of Colorado. Congrats to Seattle, the better team tonight, but I'll take CO any time over the Pacific NW.


You know you have nothing to say about the game when you fall back on which is the better city to live in.....


to tell you the truth...I wouldn't want to live in either city
02/03/2014 04:40:27 PM · #6
Originally posted by hahn23:


Well, the Broncos showed up but didn't play well. Our fans and team still get to return to beautiful Denver, the Rocky Mountains where the snow is the best in years, and the great state of Colorado. Congrats to Seattle, the better team tonight, but I'll take CO any time over the Pacific NW.


You know you have nothing to say about the game when you fall back on which is the better city to live in.....
02/03/2014 04:20:17 PM · #7
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by DrAchoo:

BTW, Manning is still the greatest quarterback of his era. This doesn't change that in my mind.

Greater than Tom Brady? Sure about that?


Well, who is going to fault either choice? I go with Manning though.
02/03/2014 04:16:19 PM · #8
Originally posted by hahn23:

Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

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ROFL! Really? Well at least the "Bronco" depicted is accurate. ...and this particular "Seahawk" will feast on whatever is thrown into the arena with it.
02/03/2014 04:10:29 PM · #9
When I was watching the Broncos highlight videos before the Superbowl it seemed like most of the d-backs were hanging several yards away from the Broncos receivers. Is it just that the AFC doesn't really know how to play defense? The Seahawks play the toughest defense, and the Niners, Saints, and Panthers aren't far behind. The real Superbowl was the Seahawks/ Niners NFC championship game. Either team would have crushed the Broncos. Sorry to the Denver fans for falling for all the hype.
02/03/2014 04:09:21 PM · #10
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

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TAIMA THE HAWK is actually a Augur Buzzard. Afrotropical common raptor. A "seahawk" is normally thought to be an osprey. Ospreys typical feed on fish, not horsemeat. There is a bird known as a Sea Eagle (White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla), found in Northern Europe and Russia.

Message edited by author 2014-02-03 16:10:35.
02/03/2014 04:03:30 PM · #11
Originally posted by hahn23:

Originally posted by Spork99:

The best part about this super bowl is razzing all of the Broncos fans about their team claiming the losing side in the two most blown out super bowls

Well, the Broncos showed up but didn't play well...


That's the understatement of the season.
02/03/2014 04:01:58 PM · #12
Originally posted by hahn23:

Well, the Broncos showed up but didn't play well. Our fans and team still get to return to beautiful Denver, the Rocky Mountains where the snow is the best in years, and the great state of Colorado. Congrats to Seattle, the better team tonight, but I'll take CO any time over the Pacific NW.

I've lived in both places. Nothing against beautiful Colorado, but I'll take the PNW. I guess that means we can never be together, Hahn. ;-)

As for the game, I don't usually like a blowout, but when your home team is in the superbowl, it's hard not to LOVE a game like that. I felt the same when I lived in the Bay Area in the 80's and watched the Niners trounce the Broncos. Denver just looked completely inept last night.
02/03/2014 03:56:57 PM · #13
Originally posted by Spork99:

The last great run by a Bronco was when OJ was driving...
02/03/2014 03:55:06 PM · #14
Originally posted by Spork99:

The best part about this super bowl is razzing all of the Broncos fans about their team claiming the losing side in the two most blown out super bowls

Well, the Broncos showed up but didn't play well. Our fans and team still get to return to beautiful Denver, the Rocky Mountains where the snow is the best in years, and the great state of Colorado. Congrats to Seattle, the better team tonight, but I'll take CO any time over the Pacific NW.
02/03/2014 03:52:41 PM · #15
The last great run by a Bronco was when OJ was driving...
02/03/2014 03:51:07 PM · #16
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02/03/2014 03:49:53 PM · #17
The best part about this super bowl is razzing all of the Broncos fans about their team claiming the losing side in the two most blown out super bowls
02/03/2014 03:21:20 PM · #18
Originally posted by LN13:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by DrAchoo:

BTW, Manning is still the greatest quarterback of his era. This doesn't change that in my mind.

Greater than Tom Brady? Sure about that?

To me, Brady and Manning are a set. I hope they retire at the same time so they can go into the HoF together.

That'd be great, wouldn't it? They constitute one of the great rivalries in all of sports.
02/03/2014 02:43:53 PM · #19
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by DrAchoo:

BTW, Manning is still the greatest quarterback of his era. This doesn't change that in my mind.

Greater than Tom Brady? Sure about that?


To me, Brady and Manning are a set. I hope they retire at the same time so they can go into the HoF together.
02/03/2014 02:16:19 PM · #20
Originally posted by DrAchoo:

BTW, Manning is still the greatest quarterback of his era. This doesn't change that in my mind.

Greater than Tom Brady? Sure about that?
02/03/2014 02:15:48 PM · #21
Even the commercials where disappointing :(
02/03/2014 10:44:30 AM · #22
Very disappointing game. I don't like either team but I like manning. (I am from Louisiana). I was cheering for Denver...until halftime. Then I mainly just watched commercials
02/03/2014 12:23:31 AM · #23
Sorry for the boring game for everybody who didn't have a horse in the race, but I savored every brutal play.

BTW, Manning is still the greatest quarterback of his era. This doesn't change that in my mind.
02/02/2014 10:48:17 PM · #24
Kinda a one sided game. I enjoyed a few of the adds, but the ASPCA 15 minute add at halftime featuring nothing but wounded animal noises was a bit carried away don't you think..
02/02/2014 10:10:15 PM · #25
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Seattle D-Backs better stop trying to injure the opponent before they have to put in some wideout at safety ...

What?
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