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  1. All_Around_Brown

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    This is how the vaunted denver OL works - the dirty way. Holds and cut blocks.
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    #24 Jersey

    That's why I'd reluctantly root for the Dolts over the Broncos. Even the Broncos' Super Bowl win years are marred by salary cap infractions.
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    excuses excuses .the pats lost because they vomited the ball up five freakin times .take away the turnovers we win .the refs and the holdings whatever have nothing to do with it.
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    Did anyone say that non call is the reason we lost ? No.
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    Yes, that's a hold and if you zoomed in every single play, you would find the same thing whether the O lineman wore a Broncos jersey or a Patriots jersey. I'm sure you'll also notice that the ball is out of Plummers hand, so it's pretty much irrelevent.
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    So I guess it begs the question then. Why was it even brought up in the first place?
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    OMG now this is getting ridiculous...really people cmon....I know you ignorant fans are a small portion of this great fan base, but your stupidity still is astounding.
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    the entire thread is stupid.
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    The relevance of this particular play aside, it's not exactly new that the Broncos' OL either cheats or walks a thin line between fair and foul.
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    bwaa ha aaa haaa


    Give me a break already.

    Is this on JACKED UP YET??????????

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    Apparently because Sauerbrun is a punter, tackling like that was a illegitimate play by the Broncos and he should have been called for a 15 yard personal foul...lol.
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    LOL

    Everything about the punter being trained to force a fumble aside, you want to talk about jacked up?? Look no further than your golden boy Champ Bailey... as for him, I don't think he can see very straight right now.

    (Just the fact that I don't have to describe the hit tells you something)
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    Is this a mullett?

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    Yeah im sure he's really feeling bad making the gamewinning play lol
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    Wilfork was being held all night. This was a small factor given the other officiating mistakes that were made.
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    On the call on the fumble by the Champ, can you say with 100% certainty that the ball did travel into the endzone? I know I can't.
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    Yes the turnovers did have a lot to do with it. Bad throw to open recievers had something to do with it.
    But, if you don't agree the the bad calls also had something to do with the loss, you are not being honest.
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    Thank you.
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