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View Poll Results: Who will be Denver's largest challenge the Broncos in the AFC West next season?

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  • The Kansas City Chiefs

    5 21.74%
  • The San Diego Chargers

    9 39.13%
  • The Oakland Raiders

    9 39.13%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncogixxer View Post
    What staff are they building they don't even have a head coach yet???
    im thinking it was sarcasm... i hope lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broncogixxer View Post
    What staff are they building they don't even have a head coach yet???
    that's exactly what I was thinking..

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    I think its going to be tight between us, KC, and SD.. i just cant see the Raiders being in the mix with this coaching turnover going on. KC gets all their injured stars back, SD is a huge wildcard whether or not they're wasted talent, and im banking on us being able to build from a comeback season from a year before. I think the AFC west is one of the trickiest divisions to pick a favorite to win next season.. in my non-biased opinion of course

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDraiders619 View Post
    give carson a full offseason under his belt and then throw in mcfadden, idk how u cant say it's the raiders
    full offseason doing what? learning a new system? CP should have thrived going back to his old OC.. but he didnt. Throw in a new HC + OC and its not too convincing they'll be as competitive as the last 2 years.. at least from my perspective

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    a full offseason just getting familiar with his receivers will e huge for carson, and how do you know al saunders wont be retained as our OC? ^

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    darren mcfadden does help them a lot. hes a big question mark. the fact though that the raiders dont have many picks does hurt them imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDraiders619 View Post
    a full offseason just getting familiar with his receivers will e huge for carson, and how do you know al saunders wont be retained as our OC? ^
    its pretty rare to grt a new HC and not have him bring in his own type of guy.. we were one of the few Ive ever seen

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    Quote Originally Posted by nykol View Post
    its pretty rare to grt a new HC and not have him bring in his own type of guy.. we were one of the few Ive ever seen
    Let's be honest, no one wanted to work with Tim Tebow. Oakland is going to win 10 games next season if they stay healthy. That organization is finally a modern organization. No more dinosaur schemes and player preferential. As much as they have had dysfunction, people need to come to terms with themselves and acknowledged that they're on the road to prominence, again, and soon. Until KC and Denver get a real QB is say it's a two horse race between Oakland and San Diego.

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    gahhh so tempting to unblock him just to see what he said... nah

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Final Boss View Post
    Let's be honest, no one wanted to work with Tim Tebow. Oakland is going to win 10 games next season if they stay healthy. That organization is finally a modern organization. No more dinosaur schemes and player preferential. As much as they have had dysfunction, people need to come to terms with themselves and acknowledged that they're on the road to prominence, again, and soon. Until KC and Denver get a real QB is say it's a two horse race between Oakland and San Diego.
    Right, kinda like last year too, huh? I recall several Raider fans saying they were going to win the division and the Broncos would finish last. I guess when someone is wrong, keep on saying the same thing so eventually you'll be right?

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    ok so nobody gets deceived by the votes

    these are the votes by us bronco fans

    chiefs 4
    chargers 5
    raiders 1
    Last edited by Dr Cyanide 28; 01-23-2012 at 07:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudvayneowns91 View Post
    Right, kinda like last year too, huh? I recall several Raider fans saying they were going to win the division and the Broncos would finish last. I guess when someone is wrong, keep on saying the same thing so eventually you'll be right?
    he is the worst poster in this entire forum. he is extremely biased, arrogant, and a gigantic ******* lol

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    If the Raiders can get their act together, I do believe they can be challenging for the division. I honestly wouldn't be shocked if the division looks similar to this one where all are very close.


    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Cyanide 28 View Post
    he is the worst poster in this entire forum. he is extremely biased, arrogant, and a gigantic ******* lol
    I don't mind when rival people come in. I just want some substance with what they're saying. Of course Tebow is a question. However, a 1 year older Palmer with another new coach has questions as well. Rivers to me is the only QB that is proven. I will say compared to Bagwell and NE sportsfan, Final Boss is an angel to me.
    Last edited by Mudvayne91; 01-23-2012 at 07:45 PM.

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    its def the most competitive division. not having any pick til the 5th this year and no 2nd next year cannot help that team though...

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    That's right, I forgot about Pryor being taken in the 3rd. I wonder what there plan is with him

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