Originally written on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 11/20/14

DENVER - OCTOBER 09: Mark Clayton #89 of the Baltimore Ravens is forced out of bounds by Champ Bailey #24 of the Denver Broncos during the first quarter on October 9, 2006 at Invesco Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)
“We’re close,” Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey said. “But it’s going to take more than that.”
How long are we going to hear the Denver Broncos are not a complete team?
Even John Gruden and Steve Young stated the Broncos still need to gel and that probably won’t happen until the midway point when Peyton Manning finally feels comfortable.
Evidenced by Peyton Manning’s last two games where he threw the ball 90 times, for 668 yards, and five touchdowns, I’d say he must be close.
There is a chance this team or Peyton Manning doesn’t jell, hasn’t anyone considered that?
The main problem with the 2012 Denver Broncos is they can’t afford to spot a dominant team a lead. Denver fell behind 20-0 against the Atlanta Falcons and fell behind 21-5 and 31-11 against the Texans.… Read more
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4 Comments:
  • When the Bronco's come off the high and might horse, and figure out it takes more then 1 player to make a team, maybe they will win some games. They are getting what they paid for, Bahahahahaha
  • From what it looks like on the last game,Payton came to play but the rest of the team stayed home. The Patriots ran the same across pass pattern in front of Denvers defense a dozen times and each time they got 10+ yards or just enough to get a first down. I blame the Defensive coach for that. I,m sure they watched films of New Englands games. Did they forget what they saw.I its true the quarterback is not the team it takes 11 men to do the job!!!
  • WHERE IS TIM?
  • He's playing for the NY Jets, Jets, Jets. He's playing almost every skilled position except QB, which is as it should be. TT has a lot of talent, and he's an upstanding young man, but let's get real, he can't throw the dam ball with consistency, he can't read defenses quickly enough to hit the checkdowns. Let's count how many 300 yard passing games, and 2 TD's plus in each, and compare that to PFM. To compare TT to PFM, is simply ludicrous in any way shape or form when it comes to talent on the field. PFM is an offensive co-ordinator that still plays the game. When we run his offense, we score, when we don't we don't. When we ran Tebow's offense, well we didn't score much now did we?
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