In other news, my raiders looked horrible against the fucking cards last night. Couldnt even get on the board. I had high hopes considering how good we looked last week against Tennessee, who I thought would be tougher than AZ. Either AZ has a really good D, or we have a horrible O.
I think the Cardinals' D is going to be pretty good this year.
I think Matt Leinart is going to be pretty bad this year. I know one half of a preseason game is not much to go on but man he looked awful last night. I think he gave Warner the starting job.
lol surprisingly, people were still having solid picks. i think i drafted westy, wayne, a johnson, lj, holt and THEN mcgahee...people were letting those two slip and i couldn't pass them up. oh...and i was picking fourth.
the rest of the people in your league suck. but good for you.
I think benching Sexy Rex is a step toward improvement.
I agree with that. And even if Kyle Orton is way better than I expect, who is he gonna throw to? The 2 best receivers on the team are tight ends (Clark and Olsen) and the receiver with the most talent (Hester) can't seem to learn the plays.
played their heart out, but still looked like shit vs denvers 2nd and 3rd string.
Leinart led the team on 2 TD drives in the 2nd quarter, the only quarter in which he played. One of those drives was a 95 yarder.
now you want to talk about looking like shit:
meet the most overrated coach in the NFL:
The Broncos will continue to wallow in mediocrity as long as they keep him as their coach. This is a supposed 'football mind' who went out and spent big $ on Jake Plummer. His entire career has been made by riding John Elway's coattails.
You will watch your goddamm mouth when you spite papa shanahan with your forked tongue you heathen.
now just a few tidbits....
“The only starter to be in full gear for the Broncos was fullback Cecil Sapp. Rookie Peyton Hillis, the only other full-time fullback on the roster, took the snaps with the offense, but Sapp was on the sideline and available if needed.”
WAY TO GO ARIZONA!!
Leinhart take a good look at Kurt because you are already as washed up as he is.
The all-time high of 636 points in a season came from the 1994 Super Bowl Champion San Francisco 49ers, for whom Shanahan was the offensive coordinator. This was eclipsed during the 2007 season when the New England Patriots scored 589 points in the regular season and 66 points in the postseason for a total of 655 points.
During his NFL career, Shanahan has been a part of teams that have played in 10 Conference Championship Games, in addition to his six Super Bowl appearances, five with Denver and Super Bowl XXIX with San Francisco.
Highest winning percentage in Denver history (.646).
In 2004, he joined the exclusive club of head coaches to post 100 wins in his first 10 seasons with one club, finishing the campaign and decade tied for fourth on this ultra-impressive list of 12 coaches, six of whom are enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.