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Zan Barnettovich zanbarnettovich

I tune you out when you say “black girls” or “white girls”… after that whatever you say is likely irresponsible and myopic.

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kickoffcoverage:

-KICKOFF COVERAGE’S: HISTORY OF THE 32 IN 32-

-DENVER BRONCOS-

2003

BRONCOS TRADE CLINTON PORTIS TO REDSKINS EXCHANGE FOR CHAMP BAILEY, BRONCOS GO 10-6 & CLINCH A PLAYOFF SPOT, GET CRUSHED BY THE COLTS IN THE WILDCARD ROUND:

Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Jake Plummer replaced Griese as quarterback prior to the 2003 season. He would lead the team to a 49–26 record and a 1–3 playoff record from 2003 to 2006

Prior to the 2005 season, the Broncos were plagued by early season success followed by late season flops. In both 2003 and 2004 they started the season 5–1 and ended 10–6

Before the 2004 season, the Broncos traded Portis to the Redskins for cornerback Champ Bailey and a second-round draft pick in the 2004 NFL Draft which the Broncos used to select Tatum Bell (and Bell wore Portis’s number 26 in Denver). The Redskins signed Portis to an eight-year contract worth $50.5 million. At that time, there were criticisms regarding the trade, namely that shut-down corners like Bailey were hard to come by and that adding a second-round pick for Portis was too much and one-sided. Critics also felt that Portis was simply a product of the Broncos’ O-line scheme, and would not have much success in Washington, which was usually suited to more physical, power runners (such as Stephen Davis or John Riggins).

Zan Barnettovich zanbarnettovich

kickoffcoverage:

-KICKOFF COVERAGE’S: HISTORY OF THE 32 IN 32-

-DENVER BRONCOS-

2003

BRONCOS TRADE CLINTON PORTIS TO REDSKINS EXCHANGE FOR CHAMP BAILEY, BRONCOS GO 10-6 & CLINCH A PLAYOFF SPOT, GET CRUSHED BY THE COLTS IN THE WILDCARD ROUND:

Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Jake Plummer replaced Griese as quarterback prior to the 2003 season. He would lead the team to a 49–26 record and a 1–3 playoff record from 2003 to 2006

Prior to the 2005 season, the Broncos were plagued by early season success followed by late season flops. In both 2003 and 2004 they started the season 5–1 and ended 10–6

Before the 2004 season, the Broncos traded Portis to the Redskins for cornerback Champ Bailey and a second-round draft pick in the 2004 NFL Draft which the Broncos used to select Tatum Bell (and Bell wore Portis’s number 26 in Denver). The Redskins signed Portis to an eight-year contract worth $50.5 million. At that time, there were criticisms regarding the trade, namely that shut-down corners like Bailey were hard to come by and that adding a second-round pick for Portis was too much and one-sided. Critics also felt that Portis was simply a product of the Broncos’ O-line scheme, and would not have much success in Washington, which was usually suited to more physical, power runners (such as Stephen Davis or John Riggins).

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kevandrea:

Happy Birthday Patrick Surtain. If there were a Hall Of Fame for duos, you and Sam Madison would be in it.

Zan Barnettovich zanbarnettovich
kevandrea:

Happy Birthday Patrick Surtain. If there were a Hall Of Fame for duos, you and Sam Madison would be in it.

kevandrea:

Happy Birthday Patrick Surtain. If there were a Hall Of Fame for duos, you and Sam Madison would be in it.


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