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So I guess I should start wringing my hands. Somehow, however, I just can't bring myself to that level of concern, hopeless homer that I am.
Now, you're finally getting it. You must wring your hands (or pace with your hands behind your back, Churchill style) basically all year, because clearly BB has screwed everything up again and they'll never be competitive with the situation at (pick one) WR/TE/LB/DL/OL/RB/long snapper.
The offense was so awful last year they only outscored 30 of 32 teams (and trailed the 31st by one point). I expect equal ineptitude this year.
Why is it people who have nothing to add to a discussion will resort to extremes in a poor attempt to ridicule those who are on one side of the discussion? So you have zero concerns over the TE core?
Why is it worrying about a position that had a clear negative effect on the offense last season and did not improve at all from last year is suddenly over reacting that going to an extreme like that is warranted?
I tried to educate your buddy RKrap about this 2 weeks ago and he tried to backpedal saying that Boyce was the core of the WR group.
Maybe there is a Broncos board you can join so you can talk about wittle Welkie everyday even though Edelman is every BIT as good as Welker, a better punt returner, can play DB and QB.
How does that taste?
Ya know your a dope.
I clearly stated I thought the Pats were relying on 4 core WR's and 2 core TE's...even though there is thought that 7 WR's may make this roster
Why do you now substitute into the Welker not signing blunder Edelman when for 6 months you were passing gas all over Amendola? Is it because you were wrong, as usual?
Fact, BB, therefore you as his psychotic follower thought letting Edelman walk to the Giants for $1M was no problem
Fact, when Welker left, you touted Amendola as his more than capable replacement, not Edelman.
Let me see...Kelley, Wilson, Welker, Ballard....I would say that makes you 0/4 in your preseason commentary last year...
I am willing to bet you will be 0/5 at the minimum this season....let the Rusty predictions begin...we all could use the laugh prior to camp
Lastly, please enlighten me on the correct usage for "couldn't"
No, you didn't. The entire board saw you write "WR core". It's a common error, but not for someone with an MBA from Harvard. LMAO
That's why it's so comical. Don't you see? Of course you don't.
Fact, when Welkie left, I not only called it months in advance, I said I'd rather have the budgeted money go to TWO good WRs, vs just the one in Welkie just to cater to Brady's and Welker's friendship. FACT.
Welker now makes 8 million in 2013. Case closed. It's beyond clear, not only is our WR group better than Denver's, it's deeper today and moving forward.
Running backs, too. If Gronk is ready to go, throw in the TE position being stronger than Denver's.
Note how Elway's massive losses from last year's team all over the roster is mainly due to poor drafts recently, poor internal player development and just wildly knee jerking on the market to make splashes.
When Seattle blasted Denver off the field in the SB, I only knew it would happen, it was apparent why it was happening. Seattle had a much deeper roster.
It took them 5 years to do try to accomplish it while drafting pretty high every year, but I like it when an AFC rival makes big mistakes in teambuilding.
We had no business in that title game last year with all the injuries, but it's a testament to how BB builds teams here.
He's brilliant. Elway? Not so much. If Denver had the same kind of losses, they'd have been a major question mark to even qualify for the playoffs.
We'll see if swapping out that many starters catches up them this year like it does to most every team that thinks they are above swapping out that many starters at once. Every single team is affected by it. It will affect Denver, Welkie and Gomie 1 year older, Talib a health risk and Ware is 32 and not the same 3 down player he was 3 years ago.
As for us, Tommy Kelly was a GREAT signing. I look forward to watching him this year as well. He was a beast last year. Ballard didn't work out, but what was the harm? Wilson had never been hurt in his entire career, nor had Wilfork. So, you lose there, too.
You literally think you are a scout or an NFL employee, which is flippin' hilarious. It's also comical how to try to project this little tone, that since you work as an electrician around a tv truck, it means your word is gospel here.
I've never seen someone throw more crap at a wall in my life other than Red Army in World War II.
You have nowhere to go just like Brady in January. BB will have a 12 or 13 win team again, looking down the barrel of a SB title and you'll somehow find a way to deflect from Brady and put it all on BB, praising other GMs, simply because BB won't give you the time of day when you see him from afar.
You've all but admitted your bias to the board here.