However, why do you call it lucky when we have that colossal comeback, but when we fall short..............do you just think we suck? If that was the defense of the Ravens, San Francisco, Chicago, or Seattle would it have been, 'oh they have such a good defense'?
Seems like you are saying when we win there was luck (not being the better team), but when we lose it was because the other team was just better and we are the lesser team.
For example, did Atlanta just get lucky to get three interceptions from Peyton in that game or were they just a better team? Is Atlanta really a good team anyway after just barely eeking out a win against Oakland?
What about NE? Did they have the skill to punch the ball out of DT's arms while running down the field and cause the fumble or were they the lucky recipients of our ineptitude? Also, did NE cause McGahee to fumble or did McGahee just clumsily fumble?
Remember when Peyton Manning had that amazing comeback against Tampa Bay years ago? Were the Colts just lucky that night or was it an incredible comback by the Colts and, specifically Peyton Manning?
Perhaps you are saying that we had the perfect storm of our guys playing well and the Chargers collapsing.
Maybe so, but I still give huge amounts of credit to the Broncos. To be down 0-24 at halftime and then to win by 11 points........that has, I believe, never happened in the history of the NFL.