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My name is Brady Hull and I currently live in Greeley, Colorado. I am a student at the moment and hoping to become a well-known writer. My passion is the Denver Broncos. I support them 100%!

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Raymond Driesbaugh
Friday 6th March 2009, 3:31am
I'll have to say that McDaniel's had no reason to at least take a shot at getting Matt Cassell. I'd take him over Cutler any day!!!! It didn't work out and Cutler's still being a baby. Some leadership skills he has.

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What is Home Field Advantage in Denver? posted on 09/13/2011

I typically only write in here when I need to vent a few things about the Denver Broncos.  I know my views are usually way off....(McDaniel's, Cutler...so on,) but come on folks!  The Tebow chants on Monday's loss to Oakland have got to stop.  Never in the history of the league has a coach admitted to starting a QB because the fans chanted his name when the starter played poorly.  Orton is the best QB on the team, period.  If Tebow was better, then why can't he earn the job in practice, training camp, pre-season?  I don't want to hear that he would excel in a real game-time situation.  Does Tom Brady perform poorly in practice?...no!  Does Aaron Rogers?.....No!  You earn the job in practice.  Orton earned the job, had a poor game (along with the D run stop, O-line, RB's, kicking and special teams blocking)  Can Tim Tebow keep McFadden from rushing for 150 yds?  Can Tim Tebow assure that punts do not get blocked?  Can Tim Tebow simply lift his left hand and block for himself?  Yes, Tim can run out of the pocket and create.........Or at least he did in college, but he hasn't done any of those things consistently in practice against NFL players.  If I test-drive a car on I-25 for a mile and the engine putters, then I am not driving that thing in Downtown Denver in rush hour.

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All We need is....Patience posted on 11/30/2010

I've let nearly a year go by since I posted anything in here, but now, more then ever I have to get a few things off my chest about what's happening with the Denver Broncos.  Now I have been a Bronco fan since the early 90's, I'm 24, and I have witnessed the highest of the highs with two Superbowl's and now, this season, I am witnessing the lowest point since my Bronco fandom if that's a word.

I refuse to go to a game the rest of the year, but let me make it clear; it's not because of a losing season, it's because I don't want to hear the "fire McDaniel's" chants. A long chant, I know, but I'm sure some fans could spin that into a catchy tune. I know things are tough right now, but with 32 teams in the NFL isn't it fair to say Denver is bound to have a bad season now and again?  I mean, are we turning into the Oakland Raiders now, when as soon as things get tough we fire everyone and start over?  That's the trend that the Raiders followed and look at their franchise since their Superbowl nearly ten years ago.  Gruden, Callahan, Turner, Shell, Kiffen and now Cable.  Gruden went right on to win a Superbowl with Tampa and Turner coaches the hottest team in the NFL in San Diego.  I know we are nowhere near the revolving door Al Davis's Oakland Raiders are yet but if we only give a coach two years to build a team and bring in a new system then we give another new coach another two years to build another system then another and another, we continue on a losing cycle.  I hear talk of bringing in Gruden or Cowher but didn't they struggle early on a bit? 

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Inspiration posted on 10/16/2009

 

Again, it has been too long since I posted anything on here, but honestly, what needs to be said?  Denver is 5-0! They had a close game with the Bengals that resulted in Brandon Stokley catching a tip ball and taking it 87 yards for a touchdown.  Critics said we were no different from last year in our miracle wins.  That game was compared to the "bad call" against San Diego last year or the missed field goal against New Orleans.  Next came Cleveland.  We were actually underdogs.  Denver defense sent a message that game.  Then came Oakland.  Another message was sent.  Critics again said those were the games the broncos were supposed to win, even though  they were underdogs in two of them.  So the talk of, "oh they haven't played anybody" surfaced.  Well two games later and we beat a top NFC Dallas team and one of the best, the New England Patriots.

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Inspiration posted on 10/16/2009

 

Again, it has been too long since I posted anything on here, but honestly, what needs to be said?  Denver is 5-0! They had a close game with the Bengals that resulted in Brandon Stokley catching a tip ball and taking it 87 yards for a touchdown.  Critics said we were no different from last year in our miracle wins.  That game was compared to the "bad call" against San Diego last year or the missed field goal against New Orleans.  Next came Cleveland.  We were actually underdogs.  Denver defense sent a message that game.  Then came Oakland.  Another message was sent.  Critics again said those were the games the broncos were supposed to win, even though  they were underdogs in two of them.  So the talk of, "oh they haven't played anybody" surfaced.  Well two games later and we beat a top NFC Dallas team and one of the best, the New England Patriots.

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Bronco Stress posted on 08/05/2009

Wow! It has been a while since I have posted anything on here.  It almost seems there is too much to say. Quarterback worries, our number one draft pick worries and Brandon Marshall worries.  Where do I even begin?  Well, my last post was about how I believe Kyle Orton will do just fine leading this team to the superbowl!! Maybe I am getting a little ahead of myself.  I believe he will do just fine leading us to the playoffs, at the very least a winning record.  There! Is that a little more rational? According to McDaniels he is looking good and feeling good. What more can we ask for at this point?

Now onto Knowshon, or no-show as the media has been calling him.  He still has not reported to camp. No hurry, Pre-season is only a week away.  Plenty of time for a guy that has never taken an NFL snap to learn all that is needed. (COUGH)  I know this happens every year with talented rookies, but after all the craziness this off-season for the Broncos I was really hoping Knowshon would be ready and primed.  Not the case.  Once he gets his deal worked out, I think he will be a great force for Denver, obviously.  I was just hoping they would get everyone on the same page, at least the same book after the whole Cutler situation.  At least the 'hybrid' Robert Ayers is on board!

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