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Klis Makes Sense

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

Finally, some sense presented over there at the Denver Post, I wonder what the hell happened… I’m beginning to think that Mike Klis reads P.P. Dublinski.

OK, Mike, being a 30-plus-year Broncos fan, I can’t stand the thought of Orton starting another season. What’s the realistic chance of Brady Quinn getting a shot? Orton is not a Super Bowl quarterback and will never play in one.
–Dave, Highland, Calif.

“Sorry, but I think the only chance the Broncos have of snapping their four-year playoff drought this season is if Orton is their starting quarterback…

…But I do believe if he quarterbacks a team that has a solid running game and a defense that can stop the run, Orton can lead a team to a Super Bowl.”

Hi Mike. Which Broncos rookie do you see having the biggest impact next season?
–Eddie, Las Vegas

“Top rookie contributions figure to come from Tebow, who would give the Broncos a double-option threat of pass or run on short-yardage and goal-line situations, and the two rookie offensive linemen, center J.D. Walton, and guard Zane Beadles.”

Certainly flies in the face of the trade Orton now garbage, what was it 9,000 sea cucumbers saying trade Orton now in that poll over there?

You people out there will come to learn I am reality when it comes to Broncos information. I don’t throw out a bunch of half baked ideas that don’t make any sense. You got people making their mock drafts around the premise of Marshall returning, how ridiculous. Floating “pay Marshall 50 million,” or “maybe we’ll franchise him after this year.” This defense should be improved this year, but oh no you had a bunch of goonballs crying in their soup over Nolan leaving, saying woe is me. Numby saying “maybe the wrong coach left town,” at his departure. So what is it Numby? Is McDaniels the golden boy who will be the Broncos coach for years to come? Or is he not his own man and should be run out of Denver?

That Numby’s a flip flopper, plain and simple. Not me, I’ve been shooting straight the entire time. The only little, tiny hitch in my record was saying that we won’t take Tebow that high in the draft, but McDaniels knew Tebow possessed the skills to help remedy what we sucked at last year: getting short yardage when it counted. Tim “the Gadget” Tebow was too valuable to pass up as an X Factor on third downs. Too valuable to a team that sorely needed help in that area.

I predicted the dismissal of Jay Huckdort Cutler, months before anyone, everyone was talking “the next John Elway,” back then. Oh how that Huckdort lets them fly on a line way down the field… yeah, only to get picked off at the worse possible times and lose the games time and time again.

I knew he didn’t look right.

I knew Shanahan was gone, told them to boot him right on out of here. He stayed on too long and his many acquisitions of questionable character smacked of desperation. Not to mention the team was spoiled with this practicing without pads nonsense–you allow that privilege to fly with a Super Bowl caliber team, not 8 and 8 mediocrity.

I knew Marshall was gone, this coach ain’t gonna eat his BS. Plain and simple. I don’t care how many times they hugged, didn’t fool me none, they’re just emotional warriors at game time. No way this coach would suffer Marshall a minute longer, no way, no how would he be on our opening day roster in 2010.

I was out there saying McDaniels would put his foot down on this spoiled Broncos team, I was out there saying it in February a month after we acquired him. I knew he had the mark of a winner, and I instantly perceived the broad he goes with is all class. I trumpeted his arrival knowing he would reign with an iron fist and that he was indeed a genius.

As for those who don’t think Tebow will be out there this year on short yardage duty: Get ready to throw the remote at the screen when the evil McDaniels pits the future “pocket passer” against NFL caliber linebackers.

It is behooven of me to address the lies, the distortions, the miscalculations and the general nonsensical prophecies of those who don’t know this team. You got some goober up there at the Denver Post who claims he’s in good with the players, he points back to his long career reporting on the Broncos since the Orange Crush days and yet he’s perennially wrong, time and time again.

The past don’t mean nothing, because you covered the team in the past, don’t mean you have a handle on what’s going on now. Such experience doesn’t make you “numb” to saying stupid things.

Can you believe some of this stuff? Can you imagine if we had that Numby at the Post in charge of this team? Let’s see, don’t get Ryan Clady, do everything we can to keep Jay Huckdort Cutler from leaving and crying, bankrupt the team to pay Marshall and Cutler, don’t draft Moreno (who Numby is all of a sudden high on), sit Orton for Simms, the wrong coach left in January. Among other nonsense, the cherry on top is trade Orton now.

Numby saying Moreno was a mistake, people out there making up cute names “noyards Moreno,” all along I said this kid’s shown the requisite flashes and he will be a very good running back and catches out of the backfield brilliantly. We’ll see who the geniuses are.

Trade the one proven quarterback we have going into this season–we don’t even know if the other two can play?


But that’s OK, I will not be dismissed, I will not be truncated and or bifurcated, my words are iron and my Broncos wisdom is second to none. If the suits at the Denver Post were intelligent enough to hire me, I would bring that entire paper to greatness. I should rename this site, forget “mighty Broncos wisdom,” it’s P.P.’s Broncos Wisdom, and some of you will learn to address me with civility and as the genius I am. Some of you people will learn I’m trying to help you people. Helping you from saying ridiculous things out there, but at the rate the inane banter continues–I don’t hold out much hope.

9,000 degenerated sea cucumbers saying trade Orton now–unbelievable, what’s happened to that city? Fans cheering a gooned out pick throwing GQ posing dort, and on the other hand booing a blue collar worker who is all class? Scalping off your tickets to Steeler and Raiders fans so they can swing their terrible towels and put up a makeshift black hole in our stadium?

Now that I think of it, the 9,000 sea cucumbers in that poll don’t surprise me after all.

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Reality: Starring Jim Miller and Mark Schlereth

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Leave it to Mike Klis at the Denver Post to produce a fair report on the Broncos “supposed” QB conundrum.

“I don’t think Kyle’s job’s in jeopardy,” said former NFL quarterback Jim Miller, who has a show on NFL Sirius radio. “If it’s in jeopardy, that team is in trouble.”

Mark Schlereth weighs in on Orton and the Tebow pick. Sounds like he’s been reading P.P. lately:

Said Schlereth: “To me there’s not a whole lot of controversy. Kyle Orton has been a very good, very accomplished quarterback in this league for a long time. The problem with Kyle Orton is he’s limited athletically. He’s got a great arm, but he seems to get an ankle injury or whatever because he doesn’t have the athletic ability to get away.”
“The advent of the Wildcat in this league, that’s not going anywhere. You put Tebow in those situations, and you give yourself a run-pass option. It’s going to be a real, serious package for you, especially in short yardage and goal line, where you really struggled last year. If they’re better in short yardage and goal line last year, instead of 8-8 they’re 10-6 and they make the playoffs.”

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I’ve been saying it all along: Tebow will be a weapon in the wildcat, but Tebow the pocket passer is a big-time long shot. People seem to think it’s a disaster if Orton starts. Like I’ve stated many times, 3rd and 25 in the Eagles game and 4th and 10 in the Raiders game, the defense makes one play and we win those games. Plus all those games getting stuffed on the goal line, multiple third and shorts–some of them were mere inches. I see exactly what McDaniels sees in Tebow–on third down is he going to throw? Is he going to run? Will he pitch off to a RB and block? You people will see why I’ve labeled him Timmy “the Gadget” Tebow. Timmy “the Gadget” Tebow may be all he ever amounts to in this league–and we may love him for it for years to come. All the endorsements, all the ridiculous hoopla will still be there with Tebow as Mr. Wildcat; it’ll still be that way as long as he’s effective in those situations and we’re winning games.

Numbnuts Woody Paige

Oh, but that’s not good enough for some of the rubes out there and the Numby’s at the Post who will try to create a full-blown quarterback controversy. That Numby will be out there screaming start Tebow, trying to drum up a bunch of BS. Conduct detrimental to the team. There’s a reason why Numbnuts at the Denver Post “lost sleep” before penning his ill-informed piece on trading away Orton–he knew he was about to put forth a bunch of BS and mislead legions of pea-brain degenerated mollusks.

Multiple NFL sources say the Broncos let it be known this offseason that Orton was available. Perhaps that time has passed. A Broncos source said Orton is not on the trading block.

“League sources” once again, what were they Benshoof and Stucky the hot dog vendors in Phoenix and Philadelphia? Sure he was available for a while, for a first round pick.

Figures the Denver Post Broncos page is making sense when Numby’s a no-show. He must have stayed out late last night after Iron Man 2 on a nigh-hallucinogenic Mad Dog 20/20 bender.

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Truths Amidst the Chaos

Friday, February 12th, 2010

brandon marshallYou people think I’m here just to hammer down and beat back the lies and distortions, eh? There is some good Broncos information being pushed out there, too bad you need a microscope to find it among all the garbage being shoveled. First up, words of wisdom from Adam Schefter:

I expect the Patriots are going to make some type of move for a receiver this off-season. Brandon Marshall is an interesting case. I don’t see that being the guy, I just don’t see Bill Belichick doing it. I don’t see Bill and the Patriots – I just don’t see it. The Broncos are in a situation where he’s the best player on their team. There’s a reason they’re going to trade him. Do you think you trade the best player on your team at the age of 25, 26?

Good point, followed by an even better one:

Q: So why would Josh McDaniels hang onto him?

A: Brandon Marshall’s getting traded. I don’t care what he says.

Any sea cucumber should see why Marshall isn’t back with the team next year. We’ve had enough of his unprofessionalism and this coach isn’t gonna take his crap. Some of you people are living in the past, living in the Shanahan era where desperation rules the day. Desperation in the form of Dale Carter, Daryl Gardener, Travis Henry, Todd Sauerbrun and Maurice Clarett. Desperation that would sign Marshall to a hefty one year contract so we can bench him on the eve of a playoff game — that desperation is no longer a part of the Broncos.

I told you people back in February of last year, I told you people this McDaniels is going to put his foot down on the spoiled Shanahan era Broncos. He will rule with an iron fist, and if you ain’t on board or if you’re gonna try and cause a bunch of nonsense then we’re shipping your ass out.

“Fair market value,” — forget about this. Damaged goods. We’re going to get something good for Marshall, but we ain’t getting what a lot of people are floating out there. I would be shocked if we did. I see us getting one first rounder or maybe a second and a third, or maybe even straight up for a player and a mid-round pick. All this happy talk from Marshall and the Broncos is posturing. Unfortunately, potential suitors aren’t that stupid. We will take what we can get, we’re not going to sit there like some ill-informed eBay seller asking the absolute maximum for an item that’s already been opened and has a history of failures and strange behavior.

Kudos to Mike Klis

But at the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl events the past week or so, I talked to several writers who covered Nolan at various points in his career. They all described him as a good man, but a micromanaging control freak. McDaniels is also a good man who also appears to be a micromanaging control freak. The difference is, McDaniels, as the head coach, is the only guy who has the right.

So it wasn’t going to work. Nolan is now the Dolphins’ defensive coordinator. Miami is his seventh team since he became a defensive coordinator for the first time in 1993. In other words, McDaniels isn’t the first guy who didn’t want to work with Nolan anymore. I don’t mean to criticize Nolan, who is an outstanding person, and a good coach. But to put 100 percent blame for his latest breakup on McDaniels is ridiculous.

Klis picked the Broncos to go 9 and 7 this year. I give credit where credit is due. This article from Klis — which had some good information — was followed up with negative comments from about two hundred sea cucumbers over there at the Post.

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"That's entertainment."

I’m laughing my balls off at the fact these people are trying to hammer the wrong guy. Numbnut’s sea of 200 cucumbers over there are willing to believe the words of an old fool who builds his house on sand time and time again. They’re going out on a limb for a guy who’s not even serious. Reminds me of the people that believe Jon Stewart peddles real news information.

This one in particular, was a shot across the bow of the Numby faithful:

As for that second-ranked offense McDaniels inherited, don’t forget it finished 16th in scoring. Football games, J Will, are not won between the 20s.

Oh that’s a shill for McDaniels right there, nothing more. That Klis is in McDaniels pocket, that’s gotta be it…

I will opine that Marshall will be traded. McDaniels’ decision to dismiss Marshall from the season’s final game, and Marshall’s insistence on receiving the type of contract the Broncos don’t feel comfortable providing him make his departure certain.

I’m beginning to think this Klis has more than half a brain.

Denver Broncos up for sale rumor

This is another idiotic one, did you hear the Broncos may be for sale? Peddled by some goober on a slow news day, probably thought this one up while he was sitting on the toilet counting the bathroom tiles after his significant other experimented with a “knockwurst casserole.”

These people just don’t seem to know this coach or this owner. If you knew this coach, you wouldn’t think for .001 second that we’re bringing back Marshall.

If you know our owner, you know our owner wants to win. It is a great thing having an owner who wants to win badly. Some people think we’re going to be tightwads in the offseason. I don’t think so myself. I believe we will at least bring in one big name on our defensive line and two or three decent names on offensive line and wide receiver.

Our team has an owner who wants to win. He’s not stupid, we’re not going to spend out the ass, but I see us being a strong player in all things free agency and the draft this year. We’re gonna have ammo to trade, whether straight up for a player or trading picks. Everyone seems to think we will use a pick from the Marshall trade in this draft, but we could use an extra pick to sign a restricted free agent that we like.

Pat Bowlen hired McDaniels to win a Super Bowl. It would be ridiculous for Bowlen to bail at this moment. Bowlen won with Reeves (no Lombardi, but hell if we didn’t have the chances), he won with Shanahan and he will win with McDaniels. McDaniels is a winner, he has the mark of a winner and he will rule with an iron fist. If you don’t like him, you better learn to love him cause he’s gonna be around for a long time.

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Jay "Huckdort" Cutler

Amidst all the downers, amidst all the crying and whining, this team was 4th and 10, 3rd and 25 away from being 10 and 6 last year. Our problems are evident and will be addressed, we are on the up and up and it was nothing short of a disgrace to see that Denver Post poll that says the Redskins are on a much better track. Then again, it’s Numbnuts and his sea of 200 at work over there, living in the poor character past, lamenting a gooned out, pick throwing Huckdort who would have “saved the franchise.”

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Broncos Notes 8/29

Friday, August 29th, 2008

The Denver Post’s Mike Klis looks at possible strategies the Broncos could employ when they play Oakland without Brandon Marshall and suggests five goals the team should aspire to in the preseason finale against the Cardinals tonight. DP’s Woody Paige thinks an 18 game NFL schedule is a good thing. Our own Horvil Tiki badgers Mr. Paige in the comments once again asking for Jay Cutler’s autograph.

RMN examines the players and head coaches thoughts and feelings at this point in the preseason when the dreaded roster cuts become plentiful. Also listed are five things to watch in tonight’s game.

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Dumervil Could Miss Oakland Game

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

The Denver Post reports DE Elvis Dumervil’s broken pinky was a little bit more severe than originally thought. He had four pins surgically inserted into his right pinky finger and could miss the season opener.

The Post also has a write-up on Nate Webster after winning the starting middle linebacker job and Mike Klis serves up his latest mailbag answering questions ranging from the effectiveness of Patrick Ramsey to John Lynch and spying.

The Rocky Mountain News reports Broncos WR Darrell Jackson will not see the field until the season opener at Oakland. The offseason free agent acquisition is likely to start in place of Brandon Marshall. Jackson was held out of the last two preseason games with an ankle sprain. RMN also takes a quick look at some of the remaining position battles before Denver’s final preseason game against the Cardinals.

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