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Broncos-Colts one-liners

The win over the Broncos was the Colts’ 22nd consecutive regular-season victory, an NFL record.

Colts TE Dallas Clark had a career-high three touchdowns.

Now that the Colts have clinched home-field advantage, it will be more than a month until they play another meaningful game. (At least, if you consider attempting to go undefeated meaningless.)

The Colts’ run defense had a big game.

Broncos coach Josh McDaniels decided to defer on the opening coin toss, which the Broncos’ defensive players took as a sign of confidence.

At one point in the first quarter, the Colts led 14-0 and the Broncos had only run three offensive plays.

Broncos WR Brandon Marshall set a new NFL record for catches and gave one lucky fan a great souvenir.

Other than Marshall, the Broncos’ offensive players didn’t do much.

The Broncos are having problems in short-yardage situations.

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9 Responses to “Broncos-Colts one-liners”
  1. GoBears84 says: Dec 14, 2009 2:59 PM

    Great story on the Brandon Marshall ball to the bronco’s fan. Looks like he’s finally growing up and hopefully will be rewarded with a contract as good as his talent.

  2. Orton_MVP says: Dec 14, 2009 3:32 PM

    It’s so much fun watching Kyle Orton play.

  3. lanjoith says: Dec 14, 2009 3:40 PM

    Indy shut it down after going up 21-0. That game wasn’t as close as the score would indicate. Looks like the Broncos will back into the playoffs because of how many mediocre teams there are in the AFC but they will have to go on the road and get blown out. If not for a miracle in Cincy, Denver would be 7-6 and after the way the Cowboys and Patriots have been playing those aren’t looking like quality wins anymore. They will get blown out of the water by Philly’s big play offense in a couple weeks and will finish a fraudulent 10-6.

  4. GregO says: Dec 14, 2009 3:48 PM

    C’mon Florio, after lambasting Marshall for “not getting it”, a posting that I think you woefully misrepresented (and this is coming from a Raiders fan) earlier today don’t you think he deserves a better mea culpa than that blurb?

  5. Al Davis' 40 Time says: Dec 14, 2009 4:00 PM

    lanjoith says: December 14, 2009 3:40 PM
    Indy shut it down after going up 21-0. That game wasn’t as close as the score would indicate. Looks like the Broncos will back into the playoffs because of how many mediocre teams there are in the AFC but they will have to go on the road and get blown out. If not for a miracle in Cincy, Denver would be 7-6 and after the way the Cowboys and Patriots have been playing those aren’t looking like quality wins anymore. They will get blown out of the water by Philly’s big play offense in a couple weeks and will finish a fraudulent 10-6.
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    Yeah the score wasn’t as close as it seemed and Manning didn’t throw 3 picks or complete less than 50% of his passes.
    I forgot that in the NFL a win and a win and a loss is a loss.
    10-6 means they took advantage of the opportunities given to them unlike the Fins, Texans, Steelers, and Ravens.

  6. rydendonkeys says: Dec 14, 2009 4:00 PM

    Lanjoith, you are a moron, the colts easily could have lost that game with a little better playcalling from McD on 1st and 4th downs. They really looked like they “shut it down” when Peyton was sulking on the sideline for 7 straight possesions.
    Can’t wait to go back there and beat that “fraudalent” undefeated team.

  7. KyleOrtonsArm says: Dec 14, 2009 7:04 PM

    They’ll be fine

  8. CHECK!ONE) says: Dec 14, 2009 7:26 PM

    Hey Lanjoith, your a douche. A “W” is a “W”. Denver beat the Cowboys right when they went on a hot streak, Denver shut down Cinci til the last freaking two minutes of the game and Philly got beat by the Raiders you idiot. I didn’t know 10-6 was a meager record. go play in traffic your salt throwing haters!

  9. lanjoith says: Dec 14, 2009 11:39 PM

    Ah, it’s good to see that Bronco fans still live up to their reputation as some of the biggest homers in not just the NFL, but entire sports world.
    When it came down to crunch time Manning went through the Broncos defense like a hot knife through butter to seal the game with a TD to make it 28-16. Manning is always dialed up to 10 because he eats and sleeps football which is why he looked disgusted for all of the fialed drives. The play-calling was dialed down and there were a crap load of dropped passes by Indy receivers.
    To think that the Broncos will not only win a road playoff game but then get by the Colts or Chargers as well is ludicrous.
    Hey I think I’m being pretty positive saying that they will get to 10 wins with 3 games to go. I didn’t see 6 wins on their schedule when the season started, and living in Denver, neither did most of the people that cover the Broncos.

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