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    How Dominant Is Denver?

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    How dominant is Denver really? The point differentials say against decent teams, not very.

    Avg Win Margin vs. All Teams: 12.93 Points

    Avg Win Margin vs. All Playoff Teams: 6.8 Points

    Avg Win Margin vs. Playoff Teams (Not PHI): 1.5 Points

    Avg Win Margin Pre-Bye: 15.63 Points

    Avg Win Margin Post-Bye: 10.25 Points

    Biggest Wins: Chargers 2x, Chiefs 2x, Eagles (+32), Ravens (+22)

    Worst Loss: Patriots (Lead 24-0 at Halftime)
    Denver's offense seems to be trending the wrong way as the Patritos seems to be on the rise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RateSports View Post
    Talent vs. Toughness Article


    How dominant is Denver really? The point differentials say against decent teams, not very.

    Avg Win Margin vs. All Teams: 12.93 Points

    Avg Win Margin vs. All Playoff Teams: 6.8 Points

    Avg Win Margin vs. Playoff Teams (Not PHI): 1.5 Points

    Avg Win Margin Pre-Bye: 15.63 Points

    Avg Win Margin Post-Bye: 10.25 Points

    Biggest Wins: Chargers 2x, Chiefs 2x, Eagles (+32), Ravens (+22)

    Worst Loss: Patriots (Lead 24-0 at Halftime)
    Denver's offense seems to be trending the wrong way as the Patritos seems to be on the rise.

    Agreed... And denver is losing key defensive pieces at the wrong time while the pats defense seems to be figuring it out with all there injuries

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    sweet blog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudvayne91 View Post
    sweet blog
    Thanks man. Appreciate it.

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    No defense at all. They're going to lose this week and if not, they'll lose in New York.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RateSports:27817210
    Talent vs. Toughness Article


    How dominant is Denver really? The point differentials say against decent teams, not very.

    Avg Win Margin vs. All Teams: 12.93 Points

    Avg Win Margin vs. All Playoff Teams: 6.8 Points

    Avg Win Margin vs. Playoff Teams (Not PHI): 1.5 Points

    Avg Win Margin Pre-Bye: 15.63 Points

    Avg Win Margin Post-Bye: 10.25 Points

    Biggest Wins: Chargers 2x, Chiefs 2x, Eagles (+32), Ravens (+22)

    Worst Loss: Patriots (Lead 24-0 at Halftime)
    Denver's offense seems to be trending the wrong way as the Patritos seems to be on the rise.
    Oh we already know how great the Pats are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdaddyburch View Post
    Oh we already know how great the Pats are.
    It is getting pretty bad. I used to hate them because I had a friend who loved them. Then he chilled out a bit and I had a recovery period. Now PSD is crawling with them and they're ultra defensive and quick to hurl insults.

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    Not as dominant as Seattle, but they're good for an AFC team.
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    Besides my team being out, I can't remember a time I was more excited for two games. Both games can easily go either way and I won't be shocked. If I'm Denver tho I'm pretty worried about how the pats manhandled the colts without even putting the ball in Brady's hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jneises21:27817335
    Besides my team being out, I can't remember a time I was more excited for two games. Both games can easily go either way and I won't be shocked. If I'm Denver tho I'm pretty worried about how the pats manhandled the colts without even putting the ball in Brady's hands.
    Its how they do business. There are some really cool Pats fans here on PSD but there are some pretty bad ones as well. The worst is the Troll Bagwell but he has not been on main. I think as a team its hard to like guys like BB and Brady. I do have to say the have earned the right to be that way I just find it insulting and distasteful.

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    that doesn't look good till you realize NE had a negative differential against playoff opponents at -1.5 and only had an Avg Win Margin vs differential of 6.625 for the whole season

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    And averaging 33 points post bye is slowing down too, but hey, that's ok.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian. View Post
    No defense at all. They're going to lose this week and if not, they'll lose in New York.
    Denver's run defense was actually one of the better in the league, which so happens to be the one thing Sea and SF does well on the offensive side of the ball. I wouldn't be so certain it's an NFC SB regardless of the AFC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudvayne91 View Post
    Denver's run defense was actually one of the better in the league, which so happens to be the one thing Sea and SF does well on the offensive side of the ball. I wouldn't be so certain it's an NFC SB regardless of the AFC.
    How legit is your run D? Are teams having to abandon the run and pass in order to catch up with your high scoring O? Isn't that why you give up a lot of passing yards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudvayne91:27817467
    And averaging 33 points post bye is slowing down too, but hey, that's ok.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian. View Post
    No defense at all. They're going to lose this week and if not, they'll lose in New York.
    Denver's run defense was actually one of the better in the league, which so happens to be the one thing Sea and SF does well on the offensive side of the ball. I wouldn't be so certain it's an NFC SB regardless of the AFC.
    Now you got them started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austeezy:27817595
    Quote Originally Posted by Mudvayne91 View Post
    Denver's run defense was actually one of the better in the league, which so happens to be the one thing Sea and SF does well on the offensive side of the ball. I wouldn't be so certain it's an NFC SB regardless of the AFC.
    How legit is your run D? Are teams having to abandon the run and pass in order to catch up with your high scoring O? Isn't that why you give up a lot of passing yards?
    Our run D is pretty bad. Our pass D is pretty bad. We won because we outscored teams something we wont be able to do against the Pats.

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