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Upon Further Review...


As I watched film of the Broncos-Colts game early Monday morning, I saw things that were frustrating, but propitiously, fixable.

 

The Broncos amassed 519 offensive yards, as everyone knows who listened to John Bena's illustrious radio show, and they literally only stopped themselves.

 

While it was frustrating shouting at the television and seeing Laurence Maroney's almost touchdown and an interception that could have occurred on Perrish Cox's deflection of a Peyton Manning pass in the 3rd Quarter, the Broncos (notwithstanding all that went wrong) still had a chance to win.

 

My words are brief today. Let's just ram it in the end zone when we find ourselves on the goal line and let's not kill ourselves with penalties and turnovers.

 

This really is as clear as mud.

 

When the Broncos watch film, I believe they'll make the necessary changes and we'll have a good game against the Titans.

 

As always, GO BRONCOS!!!

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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