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    MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos



    Anyone else watching?
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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    I'll probably watch for a few minutes until this gets out of hand.


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    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    First I'm seeing Pryor.

    Typically, Chuckie was jocking him before the game. So far, I'm not impressed.
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    Welp...I'll give it another 5 minutes or so...

    This Denver offense has an incredible amount of weapons...best talent around. Manning since that year in Indy when he broke the TD record.


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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    Pryor actually looks ok...his receivers and line absolutely stink and aren't doing him any favors.


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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Pryor actually looks ok...his receivers and line absolutely stink and aren't doing him any favors.


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    Agreed.

    I'm already bored with this one.
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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    I'm curious to see if the Broncos will put up more than 49 against these guys




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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    Pryor looks more than ok. His pocket prescience has been really good.




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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    Did anyone notice something that I did? When the Broncos were on defense, most of their fans were seated. It sounded loud, but I thought that was odd given the nature of the game: division rival, MNF, Peyton on top of his game, and the Raiders offense bleeding (figuratively) all over the place.

    If that same scenario was at M&T, I dare say there would not be anyone seated. It happened most of the first half and I also saw a "make some noise" messages flashed up on their video boards. Again, something you wouldn't see at M&T.




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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    This Denver offense is a machine. Injuries could happen as the season goes on but they look unstoppable, and next week they get yet another home game...

    their schedule is not that tough,playing AFCS. Crown the Sheriff MVP already and get it over with
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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    I thought Pryor played pretty well all things considered.

    His receivers dropped a lot and his line sucks a big one. McFadden doesn't look explosive at all.
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    Re: MNF -- Da Raidahs @ Broncos

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    I thought Pryor played pretty well all things considered.

    His receivers dropped a lot and his line sucks a big one. McFadden doesn't look explosive at all.
    He looked like Peirce - no where to run.
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