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Broncos vs Panthers Super Bowl 50 – PP’s Prognostication

Sunday, February 7th, 2016

I give the Broncos a better shot to win this game than most of the garbage spewing pundits out there. I believe this defense plays to the level of its competition–as evidenced by the dearth of penalties committed in both playoff games and the absolute clinic they put on the Patriots.

Ever seen Brady look like that two weeks ago? Ever seen that look? Brady honestly looked like he ingested a whole raw sea cucumber during that shellacking.

I’m a believer in this defense and I believe they’ll play Cam Newton like they played Aaron Rodgers earlier this season. I noticed the front four formed a U shaped pocket around him, closing it in and at the same time the defensive backs took away his first read. I think the Panthers are going to have a tough time with this defense. I would imagine one of the linebackers will be left to spy on Cam Newton and we’ll rush four, sometimes three. I used to dread the three man rush, not with this team, they actually get decent pressure with it.

Are you afraid of Greg Olsen? He sure ain’t no Gronk. Ted Ginn Jr., Kevin Norwood, Jerricho Cotchery? I think the Broncos D should handle these boys, at least keep them to 20 points.

Which is what I believe the Broncos need to do, they need to score over 24 points and hold the Panthers to under 20.

I think we’ll know at the half which way this game is going, if it’s close, if the lead is within a touchdown then advantage Broncos. If Carolina gets out to a big lead–like they’ve been doing–then it doesn’t bode well at all.

Can Demaryius Thomas do something? Anything? Can he just have an average friggen game out there? What the hell was that 12 yard fart of a performance last game? Can this 70 million dollar man just have an average game out there? If he does that will be big, same for that Vernon Davis. These are two under-achieving Broncos who can right all their wrongs this year with some decent plays in the Super Bowl.

The rubes, goobers and stooges out there at ESPN question whether the Broncos offense can even mount any sort of comeback if the Panthers get a lead. The answer is yes, that is, if Peyton Manning gets time to throw and doesn’t have a pocket collapsing on him every two seconds. The Broncos offense isn’t a Super Bowl offense, but it ain’t pathetic either. Blocking has been pretty decent in the playoffs from our patchwork line.

As good as Cam Newton is, he still has a penchant for throwing head scratching picks. I think he’ll throw two in this game. One thing I noticed about the Panthers game two weeks ago was the Cardinals were able to run the ball at times on them. If the Broncos are able to get the run going then look out. Broncos offense can’t afford any turnovers of course and Manning has done a pretty good job of protecting the football in the playoffs. Sadly, we only get one half of football from our offense. Last game, there we were with a lead and the ball after the half. What did we get? Three and out. Quick too. Could we have one game where the offense just plays average throughout??

Before I give my prediction for this game I want to mention one Broncos linebacker Danny Trevathan. Earth to Danny: Next time they ask you about free agency on the eve of the Super Bowl just say “No comment.” Are you kidding me? Dreaming of going off to the hapless Bears led by old Fuddy Duddy John Fox and that pick throwing mop-headed Jay Huckdort Cutler goober? Are you even serious? Better clock in a good performance today or I’m calling you out for conduct detrimental to the team.

We all should know the Broncos flaws on offense. They can get better at running back, their offensive line can get better and their third receiver can also be better. It bodes well for the future, even if they lose a linebacker and Malik Jackson the defense will still be very good. This team can actually be back in this position very soon if they draft smart.

Let’s hope this somewhat flawed Broncos offense can protect Manning well enough, run the football well enough and let’s hope the old chicken-parm Hall of Famer has one good show left in him. I saw him throwing the football this week and I agree he did look impressive. I’d imagine the 70 degree weather helps too. I say the Broncos defense holds these overconfident boys to under 20 points and the Broncos play an inspired football this time around instead of cutting a massive Bohemian Cluster Fart.

Broncos 27 Carolina 20

Broncos 21 Atlanta 27 Manning Pulls a Jay “Huckdort” Cutler

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

Tough week for Broncos fans. Not for me. I watched Peyton get picked off multiple times as a detached, unaffected observer. Was nice for a change actually. Normally I’d get pissed off about the offensive turnovers and lack of a pass rush. Didn’t phase me at all.

I said it before and I’ll say it again: The 2012 Broncos are a wildcard team. 8-8, 9-7 at best, 7-9 at worst (barring injuries).

Mark Schlereth had the audacity to say the 2011 Broncos had a great defense and a great offensive line. He repeated that at the beginning of this season. The offensive line is OK, but saying the defense was and is great?

Great corners maybe. Great edge rushers. That’s about it.

Hopefully the Denver Broncos organization is finally figuring out that edge rushers alone do not make a great pass rush.

Our defensive middle sucks from the defensive tackles to the middle linebacker to the safeties. You see them safeties tackling eh? Pretty impressive ain’t it? The Broncos don’t have that thumper back there, no enforcer back there to strike fear in the hearts of an offense. Maybe Rahim Moore can lay out a defenseless receiver at times, but that’s about it. The Broncos don’t have a defensive tackle worthy of fearing either and their middle linebacker is average at best.

Oh, but I suppose they’re a great defense. Super Bowl bound I heard. All these sea cucumbers over-hyping this team. Just swaying with the tide and its faulty logics. Their incongruity on display for all to see. Their puerile verbal turdage plugging up the true narrative. My compass is true north, my ways are built on a rock and not on moronic, fickle sands.

On top of that, how bad did the Broncos get shredded through the air at times? Great passing teams will have a field day against Denver. Like I said, edge rushers alone don’t cut it.

In fairness, this team is not far away and I give them some credit for battling back in the second half. They have a chance at becoming a contender as quick as next year if they’re lucky in the offseason.

The curse is still in effect and you may certainly blame me for Peyton “Pumpkinhead” Manning’s Jay Hucks the ball then Dort gets picked off-like performance in the first half.

Peyton Manning Broncos

Manning is OK, but please do something about the shape of the head.

Denver Broncos: A Tale of Late Season Woe

Friday, December 30th, 2011
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Denver Broncos Late Season Nightmares

Well it looks like that Horvil Tiki has gone off the deep end, serves him right. He’s making absolutely no sense (not that he ever did). The losses in the ass end of the season (yet again) probably got to him.

I suppose I could outline all the flaws about last weeks game. Talk about our offensive coordinator who thinks a seven point lead in the first quarter warrants running the ball up the middle on first, second and third down (I guess this guy thinks we are a power running team.) How Tim Tebow sucked, how our defense sucked and has been sucking the last three games. How our pass rush was non-existent yadda yadda, whatever.

It all goes away if the Broncos win this Sunday.

Whether it’s by one point or twenty, win and all the BS from the last couple games goes away.

Lose and the Broncos and Tim Tebow will hear about it ALL YEAR LONG.

Are you confident about this team winning against Kansas City this Sunday?

I ain’t.

Not with what I’m seeing out there. The Keystone Cops defense has returned. The only thing that gives me hope is KC’s RB Battle is out and Kyle Orton is immobile. The way these opposing quarterbacks have been running for first downs on us is an absolute joke. Reminds me of the 2009 season when Donovan McNabb ran for twenty one yards on a third and twenty late in the game. This defense looks worn down and our quarterback running around like a chicken with its head cut off sure as hell ain’t helping anything.

That said, I’m not too worried about Tebow. He seems to play well in big games and against division rivals. He could have a great game Sunday and you know what? We could still lose.

I believe this game boils down to the Denver Broncos defense and it’s ability to pressure Kyle Orton. I’ve heard some pretty moronic things this week from Denver Post journalists and others about Kyle Orton. They talk about him like he’s Johnny Unitas out there, while in reality there’s absolutely no telling whether he’ll even be a Chief next year–that’s how amazing he is. We all know how limited he is and how he plays under pressure. We all know about his mobility on par with a one legged goat.

A one legged goat. Probably worse legs than Matt Cassel and we all know what our defense did to him in November. Well, a defense that wasn’t worn down like it is now. Unbelievable.

Pressure Kyle Orton, get to him and this game is won. Go get him. We got the Chiefs QB before, time to man up and get him again. Fail this and it’s down the river on a $^%thouse door, baby.

The Broncos should win this game — on paper. On paper we’re a better team than the Chiefs and they are limited on offense with Kyle Orton, Dwayne Bowe and McCluster. We should have an answer for each of these players, the key term is should. I’m not confident at all the way our team is playing, how could you be based on the past couple performances?

In recent years, the Broncos late season woes have been inexcusable. Look at the Infographic here, unbelievable suckage in the ass-end of the season.

Mike Shanahan and Jay “Huckdort” Cutler couldn’t do it.

Josh McDaniels and Kyle “Cuckooman” Orton couldn’t do it.

Can John Fox and Timmy Teebs do it? We’ll learn a lot about Fox and Tebow in this game. Can Fox motivate this team to show up? Can Tebow lead the offense to the playoffs?

I better see fires lit under asses. I better see us up by twenty one points in the first half. It better go down like that.

I’ll tell you what: I ain’t going down with this ship. Fail this task and it’s going to be trouble.

I’ll tell you something Tim Tebow, maybe God doesn’t care if the Broncos lose.

But P.P. Dublinski sure as hell does.

I better not get disrespected this Sunday. Better come to play. Don’t you dare embarrass me.

For I am the Dark Ninja of the Depths. I am the Catalyst. I have wisdom upon my brow and in my right hand is strength.

In my left hand is vengeance.

I am the Catalyst and Pat Bowlen surely reads the iron truths of P.P. Dublinski.

I heralded the s%^tcanning of Shanhan — but that was easy.

I proclaimed the demise of Jay “Huckdort” Cutler months before it happened. Months before anyone even imagined such a thing. I knew he didn’t look right, didn’t protect the ball. Go google Huckdort, go gaze at that incredible image search. My iron truths on display for all to see.

And yes, Josh McDaniels did ultimately fail the Broncos is many ways — but I still believe his time will come elsewhere and he is responsible for tossing Brandon Marshall, Tony Scheffler and that gooned out Huckdort. You can add Peyton Hillis to that list — something ain’t right with him and his attitude.

He canned these Shanahan era prima donna losers and I and everyone else should be thankful for it.

I heralded the demise of Brandon Marshall, I knew he was gone while others were enthralled with the coach’s “hug” and figured he’d surely come back. Pay him fifty million plus — what a laugh.

The very next day after I turned on McDaniels he was fired. Bowlen figured P.P. turned and that is all.

This team gets into the playoffs and that is a win in and of itself. Don’t matter if we lost 50-3 to the Steelers or whoever. Anyone who says otherwise is a fool. Know them by their strange, malformed logic and puerile acuity on the level of a gelatinous sea cucumber or facsimile thereof.

My power and countenance is not to be trifled with. Don’t you dare disrespect me out there.

I better see fires lit under asses and I better see a real football team out there.

Fail this and it will be one hell of a long offseason.

Chiefs Claim Kyle Orton off Waivers

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Same old, same old

Well the dirty Chiefs snagged Kyle Orton before he could make off to Huckdort land.

Week 17 just got far more interesting, that is unless the Duck of Denver has his way and the great Brady Quinn is starting.

We just made a division rival a little better, smart move?

No matter, if our defense can’t get to Kyle Orton, we don’t deserve to win anything.

A Thesis on Kyle Orton Starting in Denver

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

In 2009 the Broncos regular season record was 8-8.

Josh McDaniels wanted to trade him just after the 2010 draft.

The Broncos 2010 regular season record was 4 and 12.

A couple weeks ago John Elway, John Fox and Co. were willing to trade him.

Now on the heels of an incredibly accurate training camp and two mindblowing preseason games against the Dallas Cowboys (6-10) and the Buffalo Bills (4-12), Kyle Orton is once again the Denver Broncos starting quarterback.


The following is my most important scripture of this year.

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Denver Broncos 2011 NFL Preseason Preview

Monday, August 8th, 2011

Mile High Stadium--Or it should be

Over the next three preseason games I, P.P. Dublinski will be watching the Broncos offensive line, defensive line and quarterbacks with great interest.

Orlando Franklin - Hopefully he's a good run blocker.

The Broncos haven’t done much in the way of changing personnel on offense. We lost WR Jabar Gaffney, we got WR David Anderson. We lost T Ryan Harris, we drafted T Orlando Franklin. We drafted a promising tight end, I’ll be watching for this Julius Thomas character. We signed veteran RB Willis McGahee as a power running back to complement Knowshon Moreno’s more finesse style of play.

Other than that, I don’t see a whole lot of difference on the offensive side of the football.

I don’t believe for a second that our running game will show big-time improvement this year under new head coach John Fox and returning Offensive Coordinator Mike McCoy. I believe we should be a little better running the football, but I don’t see how you can get all hyped up about our rushing attack while we have the same personnel and an offensive line loaded with young, largely unproven players.

Last year, this team struggled to get two inches on the ground. The last two years that is, I threw my hat at the damn screen many a time because Josh McDaniels insisted on running the football in short yardage situations. We got stuffed time and time again. I threw my damn hat and yelled “Doesn’t he realize this hasn’t been working all year?”

Felt like a broken record last year. Couldn’t punch it in on the goal line, couldn’t get third and short if our lives depended on it. I said time and time again that it didn’t matter who we had running the football, I don’t care if it was Adrian Peterson or Peyton Hillis, they’re getting stuffed behind our offensive line. Yes, it was “offensive.” Had sea cucumbers like that Numby at the Denver Compost claiming Knowshon Moreno “Couldn’t find the holes.” What a laugh, there weren’t any holes. I’m not optimistic about our running game this year, I’d like to be proven wrong. Not much has changed personnel-wise, Fox better have one hell of a “new scheme.”

Von Miller should be a star rushing the edge.

The Broncos defensive line was 32nd against the run last year, while I am confident in our ability to rush the quarterback with Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil returning, the Broncos defense against the run needs to improve big time. I don’t see a drastic change coming in one year. Plus, we have a lot of new players up front, that Brodrick Bunkley, Ty Warren and middle linebackers Nate Irving and Joe Mays. It will be interesting to see what Von Miller can do against the run, we know he can sack the quarterback with his speed of the edge.

I’ll also keep an eye on safety Rahim Moore and the middle linebacker position, hopefully this Moore is the ballhawk we think he can be in the pros.

I keep hearing that the 2011 Broncos will “run the ball and play defense”  under coach John Fox. Yeah, we’ll be better on defense and we’ll run the ball a little better–but I don’t think we’ll even run the ball good. Adequate. Probably not good.

Which brings me to the quarterback conundrum. I believe John Fox is implementing his “boring as hell” offense with the help of his long time right hand man on offense Mike McCoy. A boring as hell offense that WR Steve Smith recently handed a glowing review:

Smith, in his 11th season with the Panthers, said the offensive philosophy of the new coaching staff has been a refreshing change following the worst season of his career. Smith said offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski is using him in innovative ways that John Fox’s staff would talk about, but never implement.

 “I respect coach Fox and I respect the offensive coordinators that have been here. But at the same time I’m a wide receiver. Run blocking is not my forte,” Smith said Saturday following the two-hour Fan Fest at Bank of America Stadium.

“It is nice to have layers, have multiple sets, not to just be stacking to one spot for 70 plays. I get to line up in different spots. It’s just refreshing. It’s not saying, ‘Well, we’re going to move you around,’ and then never do it. Here they’re actually saying it and it’s happening. It’s not just me. It’s other guys as well.”

I’m not liking what I’m hearing in Denver. I hear Brady Quinn is all excited. I bet there’s a reason for that, I bet the template for quarterback is to drop back and use no improvisational skills. It suits Orton. It suits Quinn. It doesn’t suit Tebow. I’d like to be wrong on this but I have a feeling that Fox now loves Cuckooman, loves that he doesn’t make mistakes in practice.

Myself, as well as many legions of Broncos fans were disappointed when Kyle Orton’s trade didn’t go down. I figured he’d be gone and we’d hand the reins to Tebow for this year. After all, we only had Orton signed for one year and everyone knows he is not the long term answer at quarterback. When the game’s on the line Cuckooman Orton will let you down. Seen it time and time again. Steady play, makes few mistakes and seems to take few chances as well. In the big games he falls short, he exhibits none of the intangibles of an elite or even above average quarterback. Poor mobility and his big play making ability is suspect on third downs and in the red zone. Everyone should know this after two years in Denver, seven years in the league. But Orton can be successful in the NFL regular season with a good running game and a very good defense. Orton could even be successful in the playoffs with a great running game and an elite top five defense.

The only problem is: Denver doesn’t have what Kyle Orton needs.

Not this year, anyways.

Forgive me if I laugh when I hear Kyle Orton will tear it up this year with a defense and an offense that can run the ball. I don’t see much that’s changed personnel-wise. Do you forget how many times this offense put up less than 17 points last year?

Managing the games–it’s not going to work. I understand the players want to win now, the coach wants to win now. The coach probably wants to implement his boring offense with Orton and run the football, play sound defense.

We don’t have the personnel to manage games. Plus, I see the big picture. I see a quarterback who is gone after this year in free agency. I imagine his big target Brandon Lloyd joining him.  I see a team that won’t be able to manage the games with a sub-par running game and a questionable defense. We were 4 and 12 last year. No one on our schedule is a gimme to win. We don’t have the team or the personnel to control the clock and game manage. Not yet anyways. What if this year ends with John Fox lauding Orton, that he manged to get 7 and 9 with him… If that’s the case–what do we tell our players next year? Is it time to start from scratch? Isn’t it usually a three year plan to get into playoff contention? Forgive me if I’d like to start on that plan now with a possible rookie quarterback of the future–or a high draft pick next year.

I have a feeling the “quarterback competition” has already been handed to Cuckooman Orton no matter what goes down in these preseason games. He probably fits Fox’s template of what he wants out of his quarterback in his boring scheme. I’d love to be wrong on this by the way. Back in January, I figured Fox would spearhead the defense and leave the offense alone.

The future is Orton.

Brady Quinn and Kyle Orton probably fit his template. This is disappointing to me and I’m sure it must be to the majority of fans who wanted to get on with the future this year. I wanted the Broncos to do what Steve Young wisely stated: build an offense around Tebow and play to his strengths. That’s something the Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn’t do for Steve Young and they were idiotic enough to ship his ass out of there.

I keep hearing Orton will start but “if things get bad” this season then we’ll see what we have in Tebow?

Wasn’t that last year?

Didn’t we do that last year?

Sorry Robert Ayers,  but the fans have every right to boo this Cuckooman and the decision to start him. You’re lucky the first preseason game is in Dallas. I have nothing against Kyle Orton the person. Hell, I like him better than Jay Huckdort Cutler. Nothing against Orton the person, but his time in Denver is done. Or it should be. He’s gone after this year anyways and myself and many others I’m sure are sick of Kyle Orton the player. Sick of his play on the field. He’s not the long term answer. Put in the kid, give him every chance to succeed and see what we have. Bench Orton if you have to.

Unfortunately, it looks like we’re going to get another year of Orton starting.

Fire up the Sunday ticket subscriptions.

Now ever since the botched trade, Tim Tebow seems to have a bug up his ass.

Throwing balls into the ground, not looking good in practice. Yeah, this new offense might suck, it may not be tailored to what he can do best, yes he probably thought the job was his–that the staff would go in his direction instead of a boring one–but that’s that and this is now. If he does have a bug up his ass, he needs to get rid of it now. I have a feeling he’s just not a good practice player–he may never be good at that.

People are saying “Tebow better win the job from Orton in these preseason games.”

It’s not a safe bet that he will outplay Orton, and he doesn’t have to. Tebow doesn’t have to play lights out, he doesn’t have to play exceptionally great in these preseason games.

He only has to play well.

He only has to do the job he did last year where he moved the offense down the field multiple times and scored points. That’s all he needs to do. I have a feeling he can and will–practice be damned. Some guys aren’t good at scripted practices. Some guys aren’t that great staying in the pocket either, you know, guys like John Elway and Michael Vick. It took Elway years to become a very good pocket passer. Think of all his big plays–most were running and gunning.

Orton will be Orton. He will probably waver between good and just OK the entire preseason. I don’t see him doing terrible out there. The job is probably his anyways, no matter.

If Tebow plays well, if he does a good job then he can stick it to the coaches and the front office: The case can be made (mostly by the fans in the stands) that Tebow should be out there starting. Every time Orton falters in the regular season–don’t expect kindness.

If Tebow doesn’t play well and if he looks like total crap? Well, then he’s down the river on a $&ithouse door baby. That’s what this mess has come down to. Can you believe that? One week he’s about to be the face of the franchise– it was almost the beginning of a new exciting era at quarterback–instead it’s the third year of Orton’s Bizzaro World and Tebow “might not be in our future plans.” I have little doubt that coach Fox decided to go gung ho with Orton, gung ho with his vanilla scheme. The players seem to be all in as well–at least that’s what we hear.

If Tebow plays well enough in these upcoming preseason games, then I don’t care what Fox wants, and I don’t care what the veteran players want. Especially Brandon Lloyd who will be a free agent. I’ll be rooting for the kid as this image of a golden armed Orton comes crashing to the ground–soon enough behind a team that isn’t good enough to manage games. Tebow just has to wait for Orton to be Orton during the season and that will happen.

I’ll tell you something, if Orton falters during the season to the extent we bench him and Tebow comes in and starts putting up points? I will demand an apology and or resignation from someone high the organization. I’ll send a thousand letters if I have to. Make a hundred phone calls that I will videotape–it won’t be pretty.

Finally Brady Quinn, well I’m not too excited about what Brady Quinn can do. He’s had a lot of chances to show what he can do in actual games and I’ve never been too impressed. That said, if he plays very well I’d rather him start than Orton. At least he’s closer to a rookie and more interesting. You can see how much faith I have in Kyle Orton, Eh? I’d like to know why I or anyone should have much faith in him winning more games, based on the last two years and the current state of the team.


I Broke Jay Huckdort Cutler’s Spirit

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

As of today, January 25, 2011 I am officially done with Huckdort.

People are wondering why Hucky seemed to give up on his bum knee so easily. No question it was painful, but Tom Jackson made the point that Hucky still had his legs on that last series.

Last Sunday I fully expected a second half showcasing multiple dorts from Jay Huckdort Cutler. Instead of losing the ball, Jay Huckdort Cutler lost something far worse: His spirit.

Huckdort didn’t want to give P.P. Dublinski the satisfaction. The Huck knew he was going to dort. He knew the Season Ending Dort was imminent.

My video recorder was ready, it was ready for the sure dorts in that second half along with my scathing play-by-play commentary. Truths that would forever echo across Youtube and the far reaches of the internet.

Cutler didn’t want to give me the satisfaction. He knew I was correct in predicting the Season Ending Dort. That monumental dort was inevitable, but instead it was relegated to Caleb Hanie.

Hucky mishandled the situation Sunday just like he mishandled other situations in the past–just like he mishandles the football in general.

I got into Huckdort’s brain and in the end my truths were too much for the Huck to handle. He doesn’t look right, doesn’t protect the ball and he’s a poor man’s Favre.

Jay hucks the ball, then Dort–he gets picked off.

I almost… I’m almost to the point I feel sorry for Huckdort.

I have broken his spirit, his very will to play the game.

As of today, I’m done with the Dort.

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Jay “Huckdort” Cutler Has No Shame

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

Wimpdort CutlerI speak truths, my word is Iron. My countenance will not be bifurcated, besmirched or censored.

My locks are intact, the virility is unmatched and I often fly in my dreams–a rare and welcome gift indeed.

Can you believe this Dort? I can. I know this Huck doesn’t look right, I know he doesn’t protect the ball and I know he’s nothing but a poor man’s Favre. I knew this well before just about anyone too, September of 2008 I knew we had to get rid of Jay Huckdort Cutler.

He’s no winner, he’s more interested in taking photos for GQ. That strange, gnarled Hucky face gracing the pages of GQ? What an absolute joke.

Could you even fathom, could you even imagine John Elway taking himself out of an AFC Championship game while he can still walk? Elway played the 1991 AFC Championship game with a deep thigh bruise, that is, he played until it locked up so bad he couldn’t walk.  I’ll tell you something: That Huckdort damn well better need a scalpel on his knee, he damn well better have blown a knee. If we’re talking a sprain or a tweak then it’s nothing short of an absolute travesty and they should run his ass right out of Chicago.

Can you believe people still lament the Broncos trading away this Dort? Chicago may never get back to the NFC Championship game and Hucky takes himself out of the game while he can still walk, while he can still ride a bike on the sideline.

I think you people realize what happened here. The Bears played ultra conservative–you see all those runs when they were down on their own 10? The Denver Broncos had an excuse for being conservative in their last three games, they started a rookie QB who hadn’t taken snaps with the first team all year. What is this, Huckdort’s fifth year in the league? A fifth year QB and they’re scared to death to throw the football in a NFC Championship game?

They knew he was going to Dort.

Hucky knew he was going to Dort.

Once they opened up the offense (because they had to) Jay HuckDort Cutler knew he was going to Dort and Dort hard during that second half.

Philip Rivers played an entire AFC Championship game in 2008 with a completely torn ACL.

Hell, John Elway played his entire career without an ACL in his left knee.

That knee of Dort’s better need a scalpel.

No matter, Jay Huckdort Cutler doesn’t look right, doesn’t protect the ball, he ain’t no winner and he’s nothing but a poor man’s Favre.

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