I have seen a lot of Bronco negativity, like we are the 09 Lions blah blah blah... I also give my thoughts on the upcoming game (although its a little early)
I was just scanning through articles and saw things like this in the comment section. One article I read had good things to say, but in the comment section not one post said the guy was correct, and everyone called him an idiot. The article I'm speaking of is here: http://www.kdvr.com/news/kdvr-broncos-seahawks-081909,0,2231593.story
Now, at first I thought about trying to correct them, but then I just saw the ignorance of some of their posts. Here was the one that I could not help but laugh at "Hasselbeck and his wide receieving core vs. Orton and Denver wide receivers? No contest. Hawks all the way. Good luck Broncos. I think you'll need it."
Now, I hope everyone agrees, Hasselback might be better than Orton, but there is no way Housh is better than BMarsh (or Royal if he's the #1) or Branch is better than Royal. This just goes to show what happens when ignorant people post.
Also, they talked about having our "top 5 pick" next year. If I was Seattle, I'd be excited t0o (though it won't even be top 10), but we should as well since we have a future star in Smith and a guy who many experts proclaimed would've been top 10 if he was an inch or 2 taller, but we all know that.
The article, not the commenters, said Denver's D was better than Seattle's. That might be a stretch, but I also think we have a chance to out-do them (maybe not win, because its hard to judge the preseason W's and L's). They have god-awful RB's, so our Run D will do well. I really don't like Hasselback(especially since Walter Jones won't be blocking his blindside), I think his best years are behind him, and I don't see Housh being as good without Ochocinco. I think on O, we will be going against a good Run D, and a decent pass D. However, I don't think Seattle has gone against an OL (one that dominates run blocking AND pass blocking)like ours (definitly not in their Division), and our O should have similar success moving the ball (not turning it over) to that they had against SF. Again though, what most people are forgetting is that Rome wasn't built in a day. This is a completely overhauled team personnel wise, with new schemes on both sides of the ball, and new coaches. I must say I was impressed by how quickly the aformentioned parts of the team came together, and I expect to see this team to get better by leaps and bounds with every preseason game.
People on the comments section in the aformentioned article might disagree, but I doubt most at MHR won't. Hit me up with your thoughts on the negativity and my very shallow and not detailed pregame.