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Tim Tebow Agrees to 5 Year Deal with Broncos

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Tebow agrees to five year deal between 11.5 and 12 million with the Broncos. Get ready people, it’s only a couple days until Tebow Time, Elvis has entered the building folks.

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Tim Tebow Playing Hardball, Maybe Numby Should Call Him

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

What’s this I hear? Timmy Teebs playing hardball and is missing the first day of rookie camp? Didn’t Numby take him to John Elway’s birthday party? What’s going on here? Numby ought to get on the phone right now and do something about it.

“You’re missing time and you can’t afford to miss it,” McDaniels told Tebow, according to ESPN NFL Live’s Ed Werder. “You’re not going to get these snaps back.”

Earth to Teebs: The balls on this guy, you’re lucky you got drafted in the first round.

Called up DirecTV today after reading about all these deals for new subscribers. Taking care of the newbies and giving us veterans the shaft, eh? What a joke that is, I called up and made a mistake, I made the mistake of talking to a normal CSR over there. Didn’t know nothing, didn’t do nothin’–was pretty much good for nothin’ and was an absolute waste of oxygen. pissed me off, I hadn’t called in a while, didn’t have to since my last outburst. So I slammed the phone down, redialed and said “customer retention” at the prompt, then I said “cancel.” Damn right, that’s the only word they know over there at CSR: Cancel.

Got all fired up, talked to a decent human being Jason, even gave me his badge number to reference. Told him I’ve been with them since 2001 and I’m looking at all these new deals, making my damn head spin, so what the hell? I got 20 bucks off my Sunday Ticket each month, ten bucks off HD for two years, free Skinemax and Showtime for 6 months and free HD receiver and HD DVR upgrades (I’m buying them myself, I am a professional consumer who demands the latest technology, not gonna wait around for hit or miss installation crap). This is a lesson for some of you people out there and for kids out there, when you walk into a store, act like you own the damn place. The customer is always correct–I repeat, the customer is always correct. Reminds me of the time I went to the track at Saratoga and the raviolis ended up on the ceiling. That waitress will never forget the mantra the customer is always correct.

Writing a letter of commendation for that Jason over there pronto. You’ve got to reward the ones who know what time it is.

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Tebow Now Peddling Jockey Brand Tighty-Whiteys

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

Somewhere, a Denver Post writer is probably bouncing off the walls at this announcement…

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Broncos Hopeful to Sign Rookies Before Training Camp

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Well we got Dumervil locked up, you see that Krieger chiming in, trying to root up rotten weeds where there ain’t none? I see you Krieger, he’s good for coming in there and throwing mindless bombs at times–I remember him talking bad about the team on the radio last offseason. He was out there badmouthing and yucking it up with some goobers  before a single down was played. I don’t forget. Day after the Marshall trade he’s saying we got the ass end of the stick. We’ll see who the geniuses are. For the last time McDaniels career don’t depend on nothing but winning, Tebow could bust, Dumervil could put up only 7 sacks–things that wouldn’t matter one bit in regards to the coach’s career if this team becomes competitive in the post season.

The Broncos should finalize Decker’s four-year contract today, a deal which figures to include a bonus of $732,000, give or take a few dollars. Beadles’ contract is expected to be finalized by Tuesday. The Broncos hope the Tebow and Thomas deals will be completed in time for practice Thursday, and no later than the first full-squad workout that starts at 8:45 a.m. Sunday.

It’s difficult to imagine the Broncos becoming anything more than mediocre on offense. The unit has lost so much spectacular young talent at the skill positions while reloading with so much youth on the line that an offensive juggernaut is unlikely.

Spectacular young talent, eh? Jay Huckdort Cutler I presume? Lamenting a gooned out pick throwing Huckdort? Huckdort raising his arm in the air all overconfident after the defense won a game for him? Huckdort’s arm is better than Elway’s? Never forget the gall of that Dort, nor the gooned out look. Let’s see, last year we were forcing the ball to “the best wide receiver in football,” and losing games. Our offensive line was atrocious in the middle, my God we better damn well be improved in the offensive line interior. Anything will be better than last year, how many times did we get stuffed big time when it counted? We had defensive tackles catching our running backs in the backfield, defensive tackles running down our quarterback. After the Baltimore game just about every team blitzed up our middle and it worked.

I’m not concerned about our wide receivers, in fact I’m optimistic. This Thomas looks promising, a tight end who moves around like a receiver sounds good. I think he’ll be running around like a demon on speed out there, looked like a man among boys in the footage I’ve seen of him. Gaffney isn’t bad at all, Royal could overcome his sophomore jinx. Eric Decker, who knows. Orton will be more comfortable in the system… I believe we will be improved out there on offense. Especially if we get more creative with our short yardage plays–which we shall. All along I said get rid of Marshall, you can replace receivers, you can split up his production. You can replace a Marshall (thank goodness) but you can’t replace a Dumervil.  The premium on his position and his excellent character are damn sure why we paid a mint for him.

My condolences to the Cowher family.

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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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Dissecting the Mainstream Tebow Talk

Saturday, July 10th, 2010

We’ve got a guy over there at the New York Times lecturing us on the Broncos, probably some suit who won’t even be watching the team come September. Mr. Andy Benoit does a halfway decent piece about last year’s Broncos team and this year’s offseason acquisitions. When it comes time for his opinion on the Tebow situation though, the proverbial train runs off the track. First, let’s be clear about who McDaniels is.

So, what to make of McDaniels? The answer doesn’t seem difficult, but when you open your mouth to say it, nothing comes out. He’s either a hero or a villain – you just can’t yet tell which. All you know is that it’s one extreme or the other. It has to be – everything McDaniels has done thus far has been extreme.

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Kyle Orton Named Starter and Tebow will be Running

Monday, June 14th, 2010

Now that the Denver Post’s false crusade to “trade Orton now” has lost a bunch of wind, our hard working no-nonsense beer drinking quarterback is the starter (the guy we were supposed to trade to make room for the golden boys Brandstater, Quinn and Tebow.)

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You people out there will respect me. My insight is masterful, my aim is true and my wisdom is second to none, especially when you put me up against the majority of those goobers at the Denver Post floating their false BS to “get people talking.” Instead of respecting me and my divine providence, some of you people turn and heap praise on an illiterate weirdo who wants to trade all our draft picks for the top pick each year; a goober who gets ants in his pants over the likes of a “Corey Boyd.”

No surprise Orton was named starter, however something very interesting is the fact that McDaniels plans on keeping only two quarterbacks active on game days.

National Football Post: According to Broncos coach Josh McDaniels, having three quarterbacks could “put us behind the eight ball at other spots.”

That likely means that either Brady Quinn or rookie Tim Tebow will be inactive with Kyle Orton currently expected to hold onto his starting job.

In light of this, I believe there’s a few scenarios here.

Towards the end of the preseason, if Brady Quinn is perceived to be the “inactive” quarterback–he’s gone. We’ll trade him somewhere, Jacksonville or wherever. Despite what Numby thinks we didn’t give up anything major to get Quinn anyways.

Tim Tebow won’t be the inactive quarterback, I could only see it happening for a couple weeks here and there, maybe if we don’t want to trot out Wild Horses one week for some reason.

But there’s a third scenario I haven’t seen practically anyone bring up yet. It is a scenario that I believe is most probable: Orton the starter, Quinn the backup and Tim Tebow listed as a Running Back.

Oh yeah, he’s gonna be running this year more than he passes, so designate him something other than a quarterback and there you go.

Third QB Wiki: Provided that a club has two quarterbacks on its 45-player Active List, a third quarterback from its Inactive List is permitted to dress for the game, but if he enters the game during the first three quarters, the other two quarterbacks are thereafter prohibited from playing. Although it is not specifically indicated, the NFL has interpreted its rule to mean that in order to designate a third quarterback, the two on the active roster must both be “bona fide” quarterbacks, not other position players merely designated as quarterbacks

Tom Tupa was a punter and an emergency quarterback. Receiver Rod Smith was Denver’s emergency quarterback for many years. I believe our coach McDaniels is the reincarnation of the great Sun Tzu, and he’ll surely find a way to circumvent the third quarterback rule.

Designate Tebow a running back, and name him the emergency quarterback.

It could happen, either that or Brady Quinn is gone and we sign some schlub to be inactive.

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You know the Tebow who said “I’ll do whatever they ask of me,” the very same Tebow who stated “They asked me to do certain things and I did them,” the Tebow who was seen throwing to the running backs in the end zone, running the ball control drill with the RB’s…

The latest from Lindsay Jones Twitter: 6/12 We just saw a designed run play for Tim Tebow for the first time in minicamp. Lots of “atta boy” reax from coaches when it worked.
6/13 Tebow came in for one snap, a designed run. Quinn 1-for-3 in his reps, w/ 2 deep incompletions.

I knew he’d be running, but oh no some of you people think he’ll be the day one starter at QB. Oh he’ll just come right in and light up the league with a towel under his right arm, trade Orton now!

He’s gonna be running more than he passes. You wonder why Belichick wanted him? You wonder why all kinds of rumors about New England taking Tebow surfaced back in January? They have Tom Brady. The Colts have Peyton Manning, but Manning even wanted to bring in Tebow for short yardage situations.

Astute New England observers realized Tebow could help them out in short yardage situations. Line up Tebow next to Brady in the shotgun formation, are they gonna snap it to Tebow or Brady? QB option? flea flicker? Possible nightmare scenarios for defenses, this is what will make Tebow a good pick, he can do a lot for us out there alongside Orton, or Quinn.

Tebow the “pocket passer” is a dream. It’s an “if” it’s a “maybe” it’s a possibility somewhere down the line and it may never happen. “Pocket Passer” is part B of the reason I believe we drafted him besides his work ethic and leadership. Part A is Tebow the “Gadget” player, I don’t use that moniker lightly, the utility player that defenses will have to spend extra time game planning for.

Woody Paige Numby

Trade Orton NOW!

I’ll give you a scenario that would make that propaganda spewing, Orton-hating Numby at the Post regurgitate his Rocky Mountain oysters: Tim Tebow could help make Kyle Orton a great quarterback.

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Alert: Tebow Takes the No. 3 QB Position

Friday, May 28th, 2010

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One down, another to go: Brady Quinn is on notice and Brandstater–nothing against the guy–but Tommy B. will be flipping burgers soon with Mayor McCheese and Matty McChesney.

At the rate Timmy Teebs is moving up the depth chart, he’ll be the bona fide starter by August.

Very quickly I wanted to address some garbage Numby’s been spouting:

Let’s look at the obvious, people who don’t get it. If the Broncos had thought Orton was a great quarterback, they wouldn’t have obtained Quinn. You can say they got him cheap.

We needed a backup, if Quinn steals Orton’s spot then he deserves it, but we needed to replace Philly Simm’s kid. We gave away what? A running back we handed the ball off to twice last year? Plus a few dime a dozen late draft picks. We could get ahead of ourselves and say Quinn is the future and the answer at QB. We could also get ahead of ourselves and say Brady Quinn won’t even be on the team in a couple years.

Look, this Numby is trying to anoint either Quinn or Tebow as the bona fide future of this team before training camp and the preseason even plays out–that is stupidity.

First, we have Quinn who’s 3-9 NFL record sucks and he’s been inconsistent at best in real NFL games. He’s shown us basically nothing yet, he must prove that he can resurrect his career.

Tebow may never be a starting caliber NFL pocket passer. He may never be that, he may be the best wildcat 3rd and short weapon in the NFL–which I think he very well could be. Tebow has to prove himself, that he can tow the load at QB.

Kyle Orton played pretty well for the most part last year. He had a halfway decent year in Chicago before he got here and has won some games in the NFL.

Is Orton limited? Yes he is, but you can win with him. Numby tries to point a good share of blame at Orton for the losing stretch, but the whole team sucked and we didn’t run the ball like an actual NFL team.

Play good consistent defense, run the ball like an actual NFL team and have Tebow get in there on some third and fourth downs and you can win with Kyle Orton–possibly even a Superbowl. That’s not a far fetched scenario. We’re 10 and 6 last year if we either a) convert a few third and inches or b) 3rd and 25 make a play on McNabb, 4th and 10 with a long field make one play on Jamarcus the Hutt–and what a disgrace both of those scenarios were. We could have made the playoffs, but inability to run the football (mainly) and stop the run would have taken us right out.

Numby claims Kyle Orton’s noodle arm is why the running game sucked. Everyone knows that if your guy at QB can’t throw 30+ yard bombs then your running game will falter: See the Chicago Bears to dismiss this completely.

Oh I bet that Huckdort will just make the Bears excellent running attack that much better: Dismissed, Numby.


I saw our offensive line getting destroyed up the middle in the Ravens game and it happened ever since. They blitzed us up the middle, they blitzed our weak link–hell teams didn’t even have to blitz, their defensive tackles were chasing down our quarterback and tackling our running backs for a loss in the backfield.

Brady Quinn and Tebow are wholly unproven NFL commodities at the quarterback position. “Trade Orton now,” is ridiculous.

I happen to think that Mark Schlereth has plagiarized me, I have Shapiro on speed dial, but that’s OK I’ll let him slide due to his previous performance as a Bronco. His summary of the Orton/Tebow situation sounds awfully familiar.

Actually, it’s just common sense.

Even if Quinn were to take over the starting spot I sure as hell would want to keep Orton on this team. He’s a 14th ranked QB who could even improve a bit this year–but let’s say he doesn’t– still he’d be one hell of a backup quarterback to have.

Numby seems to think either Quinn or Tebow is surely the future at quarterback and we should trade Orton now before any real competition begins.

I say, Quinn–maybe, we’ll see. If he basically gives us what Orton gives us, his athleticism could push him over the top.  Tebow–I don’t think so, but not a bust either, just a great situational weapon. Hell our “future” quarterback could be a guy we acquire next offseason.

20 some teams passed on Tebow, 20 some teams passed on Quinn and even one of the dung heaps of the NFL, the Cleveland Browns replaced Quinn with the great Jake Delhomme who’s coming off a spectacular 8 touchdown 18 interception season.

Did any of these “trade Orton now,” fools even consider the possibility of neither Quinn or Tebow becoming a great or even an above average NFL quarterback? It’s possible, these two QB’s haven’t done anything or proven anything on that field yet.

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