2012 Denver Broncos

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by RavensShallBurn, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. MileHighFish

    MileHighFish Camp Fodder

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    Being a Broncos fan, I see Manning helping the team quite a bit but with the schedule they have I would love to see 10 wins. The AFC West is traditionally a bad division but is getting better. If KC stays healthy, Palmer gets back to form with the Raiders and the Chargers actually play to their talent level, going to be a fight for the AFC West crown. Chargers going under the radar (imo) this FA season with some solid signings and they have Rivers.

    Regardless, PM is a upgrade for the Broncos and I am happy to have him on the team. Loved the energy that TT brought to the team but he still has a lot to improve on in the passing game. Teams were figuring him out and eventually (probably within the first 2-4 games of the 2012 season) I think it was going to come to the point where TT would have to rely on his arm vs his feet to win games. The Bronco's brass wasn't comfortable with it coming to this.

    Titans have a solid team and looking forward to watching both this season. Best of luck!
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  2. Finnegan2win

    Finnegan2win hopesfall2win

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    I hate it when other teams' fans are polite on our forum.
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  3. pettso

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    I'm not convinced that the AFC West is worse than the AFC South.

    We have the Jaguars and Colts. Jaguars have to be competing for worst team in the league this year and Colts are in full out rebuild mode. Texans will be solid and the Titans will be average (hopefully above).

    I don't have high hopes for the Chiefs but the Chargers and Raiders are both similar to the Titans and Denver is a complete wildcard. I can see them playing lights out, being average or just completely tanking with PM being uncomfortable in the new offense.

    That being said, the Texans are miles ahead of any team in the West, so winning the AFC South is harder than winning the AFC West. Making a wild card out of the AFC South is probably easier.
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  4. TitansWrath

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    He doesn't. Locker puts him away in preseason and never looks back.
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  5. Big TT

    Big TT Pro Bowler

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    You do realize that the broncos OL will now be allowed to tackle, grab, hold, whatever they want and the refs will turn a blind eye right?
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  6. Big TT

    Big TT Pro Bowler

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    So ol' horse face is a lying sack of crap then?
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  7. Big Time Titan

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    I really wanted Manning here but now I'm not gonna feel bad for him when he gets his neck crushed.

    I have no doubt that there is gonna be somebody that will take a shot at him and put him down.
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  8. Alzarius

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    They will win 10=11 games

    If he can do it for the Colts, he can do it for the horses imo.
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  9. TitansWrath

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    I dunno, I see them sucking early in the season. Peyton's gonna be rusty, nobody on the team knows how he works, they are going to have to completely switch offensive systems...

    I see a rocky start, even if he is 100%.
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  10. Alzarius

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    I dont. They will come out strong and hard and will be talked about as SB contenders all season long.
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