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Old 10-05-2005, 08:50 AM   #1
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Interesting read-behind enemy lines

Good assessment from one of the Broncos boards. Nice to see the SKINS getting some respect.
http://www.broncosfreak.com/forum/sh...=12899sessment
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Re: Interesting read-behind enemy lines

I would say that's a pretty sound analysis.
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Re: Interesting read-behind enemy lines

I'm surprised they have us losing only by 3. Anyone know what the Vegas spread is?
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Re: Interesting read-behind enemy lines

The Vegas spread is 6 and a half. That was a solid assessment, I'd agree. Either way, I dont see either team runnign away with this one. I think both teams will still be in the position to take the game in the fourth quarter.
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Re: Interesting read-behind enemy lines

...and we know what we're capable of in the fourth quarter.

but who in THE hell would've thought Mark Brunell would be one of the most effecient 4th quarter QBs in the league so far this year????
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Re: Interesting read-behind enemy lines

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I'm surprised they have us losing only by 3. Anyone know what the Vegas spread is?
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Re: Interesting read-behind enemy lines

Funniest line in the analysis:

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Originally Posted by Scouts, Inc.
Brunell can stretch the field with deep passes, forcing linebackers to drop into coverage and leaving a soft zone in the middle of the field.
Who would have thought that would ever be said 4 weeks ago.. It's amazing how things turn so quickly.
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Old 10-05-2005, 09:35 AM   #8
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Re: Interesting read-behind enemy lines

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...and we know what we're capable of in the fourth quarter.

but who in THE hell would've thought Mark Brunell would be one of the most effecient 4th quarter QBs in the league so far this year????
THAT IS SHOCKINGLY GOOD!
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Re: Interesting read-behind enemy lines

They also mentioned Moss should have been suspended for drug violations. I think they have the wrong Moss.
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Yeah, they are referring to Randy not Santana.
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Re: Interesting read-behind enemy lines

Is it me or does RHICKERT look to have an inept ice scating pony as his avatar.

Yeah, I know, it's pretty low on the 'Talking Smack' register.
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