Broncos defend Wes Welker hit on Aqib Talib
One day when Mike Shanahan had a large, ornate coaches office at Dove Valley, he ran the coaches' film of back-to-back cheap shots that first Rodney Harrison then Vince Wilfork delivered on Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler during a Monday night game in 2008.
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#1 Jan 22, 2014
Bellicheat is deflecting from the real reason he's pissed off at Welker
Welker told the Broncos to make up fake plays for their walkthrough which was being recorded by the Cheatriots
It looked like the Pat's offense and defense were completely clueless on Sunday, or did their game plan focus on the wrong things?
#2 Jan 23, 2014
Pats have been working on fumes for several weeks. Lost Wilfork so couldn't stop the run, lost Mayo to further weaken the run stopping game. Lost Talib in-game. Brady's offensive line was patchworked and he only had one quasi-receiver in Edelmen, a retred QB turned into a receiver, however even Edelmen is just one of the smurfs, a slow, short guy who can't go up field or fight for a pass like the big tall fast stronger Bronco receivers. Without a stable like Peyton has, it was a miracle Brady took them as far as he did, and why Brady was this years MVP despite the media favoritism for Manning. Pats were like hamburger helper compared to Denver's Steak and Potatoes, they should never have lost to the Pats the first time around except for Brady's miracle and Welker's screw up. Until Welker took out Talib Peyton was under performing, so Talib had to go. And now the NFL says the hit was legal because, get this, the hit was "ALMOST" simultaneous. This means that although it was illegal and dirty, it was almost a clean hit, if it wasn't done as it was. Watch it yourself. It was early and intentional. Another case of the NFL covering its backside hoping the masses don't catch on that they have an agenda. This years agenda is the same as usual, how can we get Peyton into the conversation of the best ever. Only a SB win will do it, so expect a few questionable calls in the SB favoring Denver for a Denver victory, much like the phantom calls that got Denver by San Diego. The question should be, when did sports become politics? Peyton will be awarded another MVP and a SuperBowl Victory to help foster further NFL marketing plans. Yet still, the intelligencia know what the League Front Office is doing, and the GMs all (87.5%, 7 out of 8) chose Brady over Manning. And somehow, the masses remain dumbfounded because they are constantly misdirected by the media. Funny how that works, huh? Even Bill Clinton said that if we tell a lie often enough, it will eventually take hold and it will grow starting with the less educated working its way up. Studies show the lesser educated favor Manning. Now you know why, they are more easily manipulated by the media, and convince themselves it's true.
#3 Jan 23, 2014
Lieing is the other side of the cheating coin. Don't know why you hit on a former cheater when you remain a constant and current liar (one who lies). Lieing for your own entertainment is still lieing. Get a book, get a radio, get a T.V. or better yet, just try having a truthful conversation, if you can. It will improve all your relationships, if you have any.
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