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    Re: Not a good sign...



    Quote Originally Posted by HKusp View Post
    Ellerbe had limited reps yesterday, hopefully he can go. Suggs had full participation, hopefully he can go. It doesn't matter who has the speakers and is giving the calls to the guys on the field. Pees is making the calls, the guy communicates it to the rest of the players. No biggie. The more important thing, obviously, is who is on the field. The guy communicating the call from Pees is a small detail.

    Right, but my point is, if someone had told you three months ago that Josh Bynes would be our defensive signal caller in Week 15, would you have said no big deal? I think not. This season has been a train wreck of injuries on this defense. That, more than the offense, is what's ailing this team right now.
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    Yeah NM the fact of who has the headset, the bottom line is Bynes is the starter is what is the train wreck about it. Fielding him and a 36 yr old STeamer as your strting MLB's is screaming oh hell.

    And to think like I said in another thread, Burfict wen't undrafted. WHO did we pick in the 6th and 7th rounds?????




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    Quote Originally Posted by JustaslowZ06 View Post
    Yeah NM the fact of who has the headset, the bottom line is Bynes is the starter is what is the train wreck about it. Fielding him and a 36 yr old STeamer as your strting MLB's is screaming oh hell.

    And to think like I said in another thread, Burfict wen't undrafted. WHO did we pick in the 6th and 7th rounds?????
    Tommy Streeter and DeAngelo Tyson.

    Stereter is a raw specimen and Tyson has already shown a little, at a position also of need. I'm not terribly disappointed we selected those two over Burfict, but with 20/20 hindsight glasses he could be helping out here right now.




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    Re: Not a good sign...

    Why wouldn't Suggs wear it then, or Ngata? I had wondered why Reed or Pollard wouldn't wear it but it makes sense about being downfield. I guess the logic then would be that Ngata doesn't play every snap and Suggs may not with his injury, but surely Josh Bynes isn't going to play every down? If he does.........lol.




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    Re: Not a good sign...

    Quote Originally Posted by JustaslowZ06 View Post
    Fielding him and a 36 yr old STeamer as your strting MLB's is screaming oh hell.
    What worse is it means our Special Teams players are gassed doing double duty....




  6. #21

    Re: Not a good sign...

    Ray Ray is starting, he has been watching game film on the Broncos exclusively for about a month now.




  7. #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Why isn't Pollard the guy with the head set?
    Also, from what I hear... he may not be playing either.




  8. #23

    Re: Not a good sign...

    Everybody is a go, but McClain and Dickson. Suggs/Smith gametime decisions. Probably both or one of those will play, just keeping Broncos guessing.




  9. #24

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    I forgot they have to release someone to add Ray so if he's activated this sunday who get's cut. Considering all the injuries you would think it would be one of the WR, probably Reed but he has been productive as a gunner, havent really noticed LQW as much. Thompson i think still has some skills at WR i think they wanna continue to look at, so does LQW for that matter.




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    Re: Not a good sign...

    Josh who? lol. It's gonna be a long afternoon.
    "Screw it, let's ride"!




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    Re: Not a good sign...

    Quote Originally Posted by jonboy79 View Post
    Tommy Streeter and DeAngelo Tyson.

    Stereter is a raw specimen and Tyson has already shown a little, at a position also of need. I'm not terribly disappointed we selected those two over Burfict, but with 20/20 hindsight glasses he could be helping out here right now.
    Lol I know who we drafted, was being.... oh hell don't know the word I'm looking for. Anyways you get the drift. Hell even picking him up undrafted, when everyone on here and the whole draft prediciting world KNEW we needed ILB help. Ellerbe was still an unknown commodity, McClain got a contract based off 4 games he took over for Ray and played well(but disapparearred this year) and than a couple other unknowns and thats what we were going into the season with. Oh AND a 36 yr old STer that we gave another contract too.




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    Re: Not a good sign...

    Quote Originally Posted by Boulderraven View Post
    Everybody is a go, but McClain and Dickson. Suggs/Smith gametime decisions. Probably both or one of those will play, just keeping Broncos guessing.
    You have a inside source? Cause I know people who were at practice yesterday and Ellerbe wasn't even in pads, Ray was but didn't participate(I don't care what the report says). Suggs was out there pretty much the whole time. Didnt ask about Smith. And didn't think to ask about Pollard either.

    Oh and Ray Rice talks as much shit in practice as he does gametime,lol.

    Oh and Haloti Ngata was wearing the #6 jersey, just as proof that yes I know people that were there. And I'll leave it at that.




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    Re: Not a good sign...

    Um, guys, before we panic completely--this may be much ado about not very much.

    Ray doesn't need to practice with the headset--he's worn it how many years now? I think they can only have one guy with a headset on the field at a time (i.e., there's no provision for disabling someone's headset), & it may be that Bynes is the guy they want to rotate with Ray (or whoever will be wearing the headset most of the time), so they're giving him reps wearing it to see if he can handle the duties. If not, there'll be a Plan B. It doesn't necessarily mean Ray or anyone else is out.




  14. #29

    Re: Not a good sign...

    Quote Originally Posted by Boulderraven View Post
    Everybody is a go, but McClain and Dickson. Suggs/Smith gametime decisions. Probably both or one of those will play, just keeping Broncos guessing.
    Sorry, everything I read says Pollard is Questionable at best. He hasn't practiced all week, including today.




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    Quote Originally Posted by JustaslowZ06 View Post
    You have a inside source? Cause I know people who were at practice yesterday and Ellerbe wasn't even in pads, Ray was but didn't participate(I don't care what the report says). Suggs was out there pretty much the whole time. Didnt ask about Smith. And didn't think to ask about Pollard either.

    Oh and Ray Rice talks as much shit in practice as he does gametime,lol.

    Oh and Haloti Ngata was wearing the #6 jersey, just as proof that yes I know people that were there. And I'll leave it at that.
    My beat guy, Ellerbe and Ray are playing. The thing is with Suggs/Smith is concern they are coming back to early? Which may hurt them later. Yanda might be done for the regular season. Wouldnt get caught up in who practices at this point in the season, like they need it, especially veterans.




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