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Discussion in 'NFL' started by davidholly, Sep 8, 2016.
Denver vs Carolina, Kuechly just came up with the first turnover of the season.
Denver's D making it too easy for sCam.
I don't think I can take another year of sCam mania.
As long as sCam is playing QB for any team, I can never pull for them. He will always get all the credit or all the excuses. It's a shame Kuechly is stuck on the same team...
We'll see how Siemian bounces back after early pick. 6'5 Jordan Taylor returning punts for Denver!
Good block by Janovich.. He should be a power running back.
Janovich plows for a 28 yard TD. The entire play I was waiting for a phantom holding flag.
TD by Janovich!
Right on cue TD run Janovich!
BOOM! I tried to warn em in 2016 Broncos thread.....Andy Janovich 1st NFL carry...3rd & 1...28 yard TD!
Janovich showing some serious speed there. Who says he is only a slow fullback. Only the dwfs and dumb media. Thid kid
could easily be a running back. He reminds me a little of Peyton Hillis who got his chance with the Broncos. If it wasn't for
the turnovers the Broncos would have a good lead by now. Take care of the football guys.
Same thing I was thinking. Shades of Hillis.
Best part about that run is that rookie back Booker has already coughed up the ball and Jano capitalizes on his carry!
White WR, Jordan Taylor, was on the field during Janovich's great TD run.
sCam is such a despicable afleet.
Under thrown interception by Seimian. Ughhh
Trevor Siemian looks like a promising young quarterback.
Newton's interception leads to a Broncos touchdown.
I completely agree. Once he gets his throws more control he'll be top ten.
The Bears were really stupid for trading Olson some years back.
Denver held them to a FG, better than a TD. Need a good offensive drive and more points...
It's amazing that an unathletic cracka like Olsen is always open. The only thing that can stop him is a knocked-down or inaccurate sCam pass. You would think that all of the supa-affletes on the Denver D would have no trouble with the slow-footed, no-wiggle, plodding tight end.
Everytime Kuechly makes a play pansy Collinsworth is quick to mention the aging and injury prone Davis as well.
I noticed this too. Collinsworth usually doesn't give credit to a white man without also giving credit to a black.
Another of his favorite tactics is to give credit solely to a black when a white man makes a play. For example a white receiver may make a great catch but he'll give all the credit to a black for being a decoy, as if the white man had nothing to do with the success of the play.