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P.P.’s 2010 Training Camp Address

Saturday, July 31st, 2010

J.J. Arrington traded to the Eagles for special teams LB Joe Mays–whatever. Didn’t expect this Arrington to make the team, so no big deal really. Surprising how McDaniels kept after him, brings into question his acuity somewhat–hey not everyone is perfect.

Josh McDaniels

Bowlen "won" with Reeves, he won with Shanahan, he's gonna win with the kid

I heralded the signing of McDaniels, I told you people he’s a genius and a winner, but that don’t make him free from failures. I sat and watched our team suck on third and short last year–third and short when it counted–time and time again last year. The playcalling on third downs sucked. It absolutely sucked. I wanted to throw the remote at the damn screen about 7 games in, are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? 3rd and short with the game on the line and he’s running up the middle? Running up the middle I says,  that hasn’t worked all year and yet we’re trying it with the game on the line? Hasn’t worked all season yet we’re acting like a bunch of morons on the goal line trying to shove a square peg in a circle hole–not happenin.

I don’t know what it was, arrogance or thinking you have something you don’t, I don’t know what it was but it better change. I said “what happened to the quarterback sneak,” and McDaniels probably reads this blog, as does Bowlen. He probably reads it because sure enough the next week there was the QB sneak and it worked. The only problem was we ran it about four times–what a joke that is, talk about predictability. I better see some creativity out there, I better see this Timmy Teebs razzling and dazzling in short yardage.

Tebow Broncos

Tebow will carry the load in short yardage.

Some of you people out there say we won’t run Tebow–how dare we get our future QB injured. Like I’ve said all along, Tebow the pocket passing QB is a dream, a dream with low probability. That Krieger over there at the Post just gave people a dose of reality on the situation. Reality cutting through the hype.

McDaniels must read this blog, he went out and did everything I asked this offseason. At least two new receivers, backup for Orton, two new interior offensive linemen, at least one big signing on the defensive line: check, check, check and check.

But he defied me when I requested a large running back for short yardage duty–or it seemed that way. We better not struggle because of it, but we got Tebow to be that X Factor on short yardage. Some of you people saying we won’t do that to him, that he’s too valuable. I say we damn well better, because this idea of Tebow the pocket passer is just that–it’s an idea, a maybe. Maybe someday.

He better produce in short yardage, if not…

yikes.

But I’m confident we’ll get him in there and get Teebs the contact he’s hoping for–he better at least perform that function.

Pat Bowlen

Pat Bowlen probably reads P.P., thank God

McDaniels must read P.P., same with Bowlen. Look at how Bowlen handled the Jay Huckdort Cutler situation, he didn’t give in to his BS whining. Numby was practically begging for us to send someone to Nashville to put a pacifier in Huck’s mouth. Not me, I said get rid of him even at the beginning of the 2008 season. Bowlen listened to reason, he was a cold customer, he probably listened to me saying he don’t look right, don’t protect the ball and gets picked at the worst possible times. How the Dort’s Pro Bowl wasn’t even legitimate. He didn’t take any BS from that GQ posing Huckdort goober. Bowlen likely listened to me when I said boot that Shanahan right out the door too,a  few weeks after I said boot him out the door, sure enough.

I provide valuable informations, and I will be respected. You got people lamenting some gooned out tropical fool isn’t here posting unintelligible rantings–it’s downright insulting. I provide valuable informations, my acuity, my genius, my reason and logics are far superior. I have been on the right side of history whilst my detractors fall away, they fall away like empty greenish sea cucumber husks rife with fleas and mung.

Oh and one more thing, I know I put him up on the site, in a position of honor, so too did DenverBroncos.com, I guess the folks over there liked my layout and changed accordingly.  I don’t blame them, I have an eye for superior graphical quality, unlike that water-bong tiki who’s site looked like some child scrawled all over it with crayons. I am a serious man, deserving of a high quality and serious site which is a reflection of me.

Brian Dawkins, as much as I like him, he isn’t above critique either. This team collapsed last year, it collapsed in the ass end of the season–the final dingleberry was Kansas City. What a loathsome ding it was too. The team collapsed and so did Brian Dawkins.

The team wore down in 2009, so did Dawkins.

Oh yeah.

Flying around, killing people out there in the first half of the season, then where was he? Getting trucked by some KC buffoon? Stumbling as our enemies ran free into the end zone? He went from being everywhere to being practically nowhere. From X Factor to no factor.

I want to see a complete season from the Denver Broncos this year or the wrath of Hurricane P.P. will be devastating. I want to see a complete season from Brian Dawkins too. No more of this collapsing in the ass end of the season, I got tired of this with Shanahan’s failed regimes and we all know what happened there. The trouble with Shanahan wasn’t just the collapse of the team, he was unable to field an actual defense. Nothing worse than your team not having a defense.

On this, the eve of training camp, I am optimistic, and rightly so. The Broncos went out and did everything I advised. They only circumvented me in one area, but that “QB” will be running, more than he passes. He better be. This team should be improved, I don’t care one bit about the loss of Marshall, the locker room cancer is gone and we can recoup his production by spreading the ball around. Nolan leaving, while everyone or most everyone started crying, I said big deal. The system is already in place, the players are in place and that’s what is most important.

Denver Broncos Demaryius Thomas

Faster than Marshall without the bad attitude, sign me up.

We’ve brought in a lot of intriguing exciting players, this Thomas and Decker at wide receiver, Zane Beadles and J.D. Walton on the offensive line, it will be interesting to see how Jamal Williams and this Justin Bannan pan out on defense, I expect improvement not a step backwards. This team should be improved, not “the same” as last year, or worse. We need to run the football like a regular team does, hell short yardage runs weren’t even 50/50 when the game was on the line in 2009, you basically knew we were gonna get stuffed last year trying to run when the game was on the line.

Blame goes all around last year, uncreative playcalling in certain situations, inability to run the ball when it counted, too many three and outs leading to an exhausted defense, offensive line interior wore down, defensive line overachieved then slumped. All these position areas have been addressed in the offseason, and the too many three and outs–many of these were mistakes, drops and bad routes, not “all Orton’s fault” as Numby tried to point out. Orton, yes he’s limited physically but he’s proven to us he belongs and can win–he is our best shot at winning games. Just like Numby to advise “pulling the trigger” to trade our one capable, proven QB. Conduct detrimental to the team time and time again. So glad Bowlen and Co. listen to me, the voice of reason.

Kyle Orton Finger

In order to be the man, you gotta beat the man.

It was Orton’s first year in a new, complex system and he did well. I expect him to be more comfortable this year, word is the offense seems like night and day compared to last year and Orton seems more confident. Some of the games last year he looked like Peyton Manning light, picking people apart. Other games he looked like a damn deer in the headlights. Improved Orton + Timmy Teebs taking over as a run/pass option at times can equal success, even great success.

I expect improvement from the Broncos this year over last, but I will reserve my earth shattering prediction of the Broncos season record until we’ve seen a couple preseason games. That’s the only intelligent thing to do–unless you get high on people who make their season predictions in January.

If it’s the latter, I can’t help you.

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Broncos Draft Center J.D. Walton in 3rd Round

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

J.D. Walton Broncos

I stand corrected, there’s our center, I suppose that Beadles will be a guard and depth if needed at tackle.

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