Monday, December 19, 2011

Pat Down

PROPS and DROPS from the Broncos loss to the Patriots...

DROPS: Any team on any level simply cannot fumble the ball three times and expect to win the game. Not even Good Will Hunting can write a formula to overcome those odds.. Throw in the fact that all three were on their own side of the field, and you're in a bigger hole. Add in one Tom Brady and the formula simply reads "you're fucked." The killer of the three Donk fumbles had to be the second. After holding the Pats to a FG on the previous miscue, the Donks were moving into midfield. A long FG or even TD would have settled the game down. Brady gets the ball, throws on his Uggs and is spiking the ball in the Donk collective face.

DROPS: They aren't admitting it, but Willis McGahee has to be banged up. The bruiser only had a seven carries in the game. He hasn't been himself since the San Diego game. Enter Lance Ball who also had a critical fumble. The Broncos should look more at Jermiah Jonhnson, who has more explosive-ness than a hobbled Willis or a journeyman Ball.

DROPS: That was Chad Ochocinco catching a TD pass in the game? Did anyone know he was still in the league? Andre Goodman just abused on the play, letting the little used WR go straight down the sideline on him. The Ochocinco of year's past you'd get up on him and really get physical. Yet with him being so seldom used, perhaps the Donks and Goodman got duped.

PROPS: The Broncos did exactly what they needed to do in the first quarter: run the ball and mix in some easy passes. The Patriot front four are, well, fat. Those dudes won't be on any gym commercials come next week. They were gasping for air in the first quarter. The Broncos really had them on their heels until the fumbles got them rested on the sideline.

PROPS: I took the old Federal Shuttle to the game. I used to ride it with my Pops in the 80s and every once in awhile since. Hasn't changed one bit; dudes tailgating in the Park and Ride lot at the old Lakesdide mall. Some guy in a old Bronco jersey (Jake Plummer.) Some guy listening to his headphones and talking way too loud. And the assortment of sketchy characters, kids, young couples making out, etc. Remember the bus on the 'Bring the Pain' video? Very similar.

PROPS: There was a guy in a cowboy get up with a dog and a monkey riding the dog. This was the halftime entertainment at the biggest NFL game of the year. The guy spoke to the crowd about being a little boy and dreaming of being a guy in a cowboy get up with a dog and a monkey riding the dog. Chase those dreams people.

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