Denver Bronco Profile
Analyst

United States

#1 Oct 7, 2013
Sunday, Dallas missed the best opportunity any NFL team will have to beat the Mighty Broncos this season. That’s not predicting that the Broncos will go undefeated, but a statement of best opportunity. In the second half there was practically no pressure on Romo Sunday. He seemed to have all day in the pocket as Denver’s exhausted and patched-up line struggled. Denver’s secondary was not much better than their pass rush in the second half. Romo has some good targets, foremost among them are Bryant and Whitten and Peyton-like accuracy was not as important when you have receivers that can go to balls thrown off target. There are some other reasons--not cowboy-type excuses:

Next Sunday, the Broncos will be a 48-point favorite to defeat the Jacksonville Jaguars. One reason may be some the missing links that were not present in the game with Dallas. The main reason for this point spread is the expected return of Champ Bailey, but the return of Von Miller, a week later, is even more significant. Champ Bailey ranks first among Denver Broncos in all-time career interceptions. He has appeared in eleven Pro Bowls and selected for twelve (the most for any cornerback); he is widely regarded as one of the best pass defenders in NFL history. Champ Bailey could have played against Dallas, but the coaches decided not to start him because Dallas has artificial turf, the kind of turf that injured Bailey’s foot in the pre-season Seattle game.

The most impactful player to return for the Broncos will be Von Miller in week 7:

http://www.rantsports.com/nfl/2013/10/02/von-...

Von Miller has one more game to miss due to suspension. When he comes back it will cause a shakeup in the Bronco Defense and vastly improve it. Von Miller is believed by most to be the best Linebacker and pass defender to ever play the game. Yes, compared to the likes of Brian Urlacher and Jack Del Rio.

PATCHWORK that helped the Cowboys offense look good against the Broncos:

Although free-agent replacement Paris Lenon’s play is acceptable, especially for a 37-year-old, neither he, nor anyone else in the league, can compare with Von Miller. Lenon was brought in as a free agent when they lost Von Miller to suspension for 6 games.

LB Danny Trevathan (knee):“The Broncos suffered another injury to their defense Wednesday when weakside linebacker Danny Trevathan suffered a knee injury.” Source: the Denver Post. Travathan was carted off the field for an MRI, but the injury was not as serious as first thought and Travathan saw limited, if any, action against Dallas.

DT Mitch Unrein:“is still dealing with his foot, but should be back within the next couple of weeks. When he does come back and Cromartie goes back to his original position, this defense is going to be a different kind of monster that this league will not want to see.”--Denver Post.

Now let’s analyze why the Cowboys will probably lose next Sunday in the Cowboy playpen. In week four, Houston and Seattle played just as emotional and hard fought game as the one in Dallas this week. That kind of game takes a lot out of both teams, unless it is loaded with true professionals, like the Broncos. It was not surprising at all that both Houston and Seattle lost this past Sunday. In addition to the psychological factor, the Cowboys face a rested and almost healthy RGIII in what the Redskins consider a rivalry game, while Dallas is still licking its wounds lamenting the close loss to the Broncos.

Denver gets what might be considered a “bye” this week, but they will be too professional to take Jacksonville lightly. They will win, but probably not by the 48 points predicted by the gamblers. But more important than that, the return of Von Miller is still two weeks away and afterwards, there will be no place for QBs like Romo to hide.

Serious posts are welcome, but expect senseless clutter from clueless DC Dave, Petro & other tranny trolls.
JWRussell USRN

El Paso, TX

#2 Oct 7, 2013
Analyst wrote:
Serious posts are welcome, but expect senseless clutter from clueless DC Dave, Petro & other tranny trolls.
Week 5 saw a goodly amount of big fantasy games and most of them took place near Dallas, Texas.

Tony Romo: You knew this would be a high scoring affair, but there was no way of knowing it would go beyond expectations as these two teams and their quarterbacks went toe to toe. Romo and company got up to an early lead, but quickly lost that lead as Peyton Manning did his every day due diligence. But the unexpected happened as Romo fought back and even took the lead as he completed 25-of-36 passes for 506 yards and five touchdowns, breaking the Dallas Cowboys record for most yards in a game. Unfortunately he threw one interception and it came with the game tied deep in Cowboys territory. It put a blemish on a masterful game by Romo, but a masterful game it was and a huge one for his fantasy owners who have seen him not go all out in the passing game yet this season.

With 500+ yards and five touchdown passes there were plenty of great receiving games for the Cowboys, three actually. Dez Bryant caught six passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns proving once again that he is the best goal line receiver in the game with two touchdowns inside the opponent’s five yard line. Terrance Williams stepped in for Miles Austin and caught all four of his targets for 141 yards and a touchdown, while Jason Witten totaled 121 yards and a touchdown on seven receptions.

On the other side was Peyton Manning who just keeps picking apart defenses. His 33-of-42 completions for 414 yards and four touchdowns was just another day at the office. He did throw an interception, his first of the season, so it is possible for him to not be perfect, but it doesn’t happen all that often. He spread the ball out quite a bit with six players getting four or more receptions. He is now averaging 376.8 yards passing and four touchdowns per game (not counting his naked bootleg TD!). That extrapolated out to 16 games is 6,028.8 yards and 64 touchdowns to go along with his amazing 75.8 completion percentage. These extrapolations were funny after a couple games, but five games in, they start getting a little scary!

Tight end Julius Thomas was the big receiving winner in this one with nine receptions on 12 targets for 122 yards and two touchdowns, while Knowshon Moreno remained the go-to back and not just because he can pass block, but because he just keeps winning the job over and over. This week he totaled 150 yards and a touchdown.
Analyst

United States

#3 Oct 8, 2013
If the game with the Jaguars goes as expected, I look for Coach Fox to give Peyton's back-up, Osweiler, quite a few reps. The Old Professor can use a little extra rest as Denver begins competition with some of the better teams in the league in the coming weeks.
Wet Neck

United States

#4 Oct 8, 2013
Analyst wrote:
If the game with the Jaguars goes as expected, I look for Coach Fox to give Peyton's back-up, Osweiler, quite a few reps. The Old Professor can use a little extra rest as Denver begins competition with some of the better teams in the league in the coming weeks.
jajaja joto, I know why you like the monikder analyst because you jots like your ANALyst culos poked by grubby trucker midgets.
Analyst

United States

#6 Oct 8, 2013
Wet Neck wrote:
<quoted text>jajaja joto, I know why you like the monikder analyst because you jots like your ANALyst culos poked by grubby trucker midgets.
Your poor grammar is only surpassed by your poor spelling. It's miscreants like you, who are preoccupied with deviant sex, that give public forums a bad name and ruin the public discourse that has enlightened Americans since the days of Thomas Paine. If you insist on inserting yourself into discussions for which you are unprepared to engage in, at least say something which is logical and coherent. The only mission accomplished by your inane post is to demonstrate undeniably why Darwin was right.
JWRussell USRN

El Paso, TX

#7 Oct 8, 2013
Analyst wrote:
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Your poor grammar is only surpassed by your poor spelling. It's miscreants like you, who are preoccupied with deviant sex, that give public forums a bad name and ruin the public discourse that has enlightened Americans since the days of Thomas Paine. If you insist on inserting yourself into discussions for which you are unprepared to engage in, at least say something which is logical and coherent. The only mission accomplished by your inane post is to demonstrate undeniably why Darwin was right.
Stop crying you homosexual and go back to blowing your gay fireman son and his gay butt buddies.

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