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Redlegs11 said...

Personally I think Peyton probably felt more comfortable in Denver than anywhere else. It is a a Division he can rule which means easy route to the playoffs and the Broncos are more like the Colts than any of the other pretenders. If they sign Dallas Clark and Jeff Saturday it will be quite the reunion. This is a team built to run the football something Peyton never had in Indy. The defense is set up with two very quick pass rushers in Elvis and von miller so a 14 point lead means ears pinned back. Plus he will get full control of that offense and he won't have Tennessee people distracting him every week like he would have in Nashville. Good move and I wouldn't be surprised to see Denver making runs over the next few years. They won back to back Super Bowls with a 37-38 year old qb and I don't see any reason they can't do it again. Good choice for Peyton in my opinion.

March 19, 2012 at 3:40 p.m.
Redlegs11 said...

Give me Kentucky and Long Beach State. And FYI Jason Campbell signed with the Bears not the Skins.

March 14, 2012 at 11 a.m.
Redlegs11 said...

Would take losing with class than winning with the devil every day and twice on Saturday whether it was Auburn, Georgia, Tennessee or anyone. No wonder Bama fans poison trees and assault passed out fans when you have that kind of example at the top. Nothing like promising a kid a scholarship only to take it away on signing day. Or telling former players you are not welcome to attend Bama practices anymore as Saban has done. Wonderful example of a human being you got there. It will eventually all come out in the wash though.

February 6, 2012 at 12:07 p.m.
Redlegs11 said...

Wholeheartedly agree Super Bowl was anything but Super. In fact, it might well have pitted the worst two TEs in the history of the game! Seriously the Giants were 7-7 at one point with 2 losses to the Redskins and don't even make the playoffs without a serious Cowboys choke but at least the G-men played a tough schedule even if they had the worst running game in the league. The Pats, despite a gaudy record had the second worst defense in the league and beat only 3 teams all year that finished above .500.

It was nice to see Bellicheck lose though. Anyone who wonders where Nick Saban learmed how to be the classless egomaniac he has become need look no further than the hooded one. Nice to see bad things happen to bad people.

February 6, 2012 at 11:32 a.m.
Redlegs11 said...

Before we say Cadillac and Ronnie brown were unworthy draft picks I think you have note that each averaged a 1000 yards over their first two pro seasons and caddy was really crippled with that knee injury. Brown likewise had injuries as well. Also I think early draft picks simply by the nature of the nfl today are wasted on RBs. Really not that many elite backs because of the evolution into a passing league. If you are going to quantify the auburn duo as being poor selections due to Injuries then me hates to think what category mark turf toe Ingram and his 3.9 ypc and 472 yards rushing falls into.

January 18, 2012 at 3:38 p.m.
Redlegs11 said...

Bo was a great pick then again Terrell Davis wasn't that bad of a sixth-rounder either.

January 17, 2012 at 12:38 p.m.
Redlegs11 said...

Don't forget about Ed O'neil. Dude had about as big a role in "a winner never quits:the Pete gray story" (filmed in Chattanooga as I did. From there to Al Bundy on married with children to Golden Globe winner for Modern Family las night. In all seriousness though how about The Fresh Prince of Belair Will Smith.

January 16, 2012 at 8:09 p.m.
Redlegs11 said...

Can't believe no one saw the Seminoles' scalping of said Tar Heels coming after the way they squeaked by SEC kingpin Auburn a few weeks ago (50-19 at the half I believe)

As for the NFL and defense I still can't believe anyone thought the leagues two worst defenses would somehow overcome (packers 31st and pats 32nd). Pats day is coming. 150 yards seems like a reasonable over/under on yards for ray rice. Question: has there ever been four worse defenses in the playoffs than broncos, pats, packers and saints?

And Gronk is head and shoulders better than any TE in the game now. Guy is a beast. The fact Eli doesn't have a superstar in TE slot also gives him a nod over big bro. Look for another family reunion in super bowl, but at least Rodgers and Brees can now enjoy Hawaii along with Brady.

January 16, 2012 at 12:06 p.m.
Redlegs11 said...

Regarding Michael Dyer, me thinks the fact his teammates voted a wide receiver (Emory Blake) who missed several games and was a WR for gosh sakes in a running offense as offensI've MVP Says all that need to be said about how much Dyer will be missed.

January 12, 2012 at 5:44 p.m.
Redlegs11 said...

That should be high fIve with Bo. There was no synthetic weed Involved that I was aware.

January 11, 2012 at 1:12 p.m.
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