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Team Bad Ass Robert Ayers



On the great Bronco teams there was Romo, and Steve Atwater. Then John Lynch stepped into the role of

bad ass for a few years, and now Robert Ayers.

It started with a vicious hit on McFadden during the Raider game on a horse collar move that led to a penalty and

a fine. It was about the first time in the last few seasons that someone on the Broncos stood up to Mcfadden and

brought him down hard. Broncomaniacs  loved the hit and the intensity Ayers showed.

Then this week Ayers had a clean hit on fourth down when he burst into the backfield and nearly sacked Dalton on

a key fourth quarter play. Dalton's throw went incomplete. Ayers and Woodyard deserve much of the credit for this

weeks win. Wilhite also had a sack on Dalton that led to a 9 yard loss in the final minute of the game.

How long Ayers can retain the team bad ass status is an open question with Dawkins,  Dumervil, and Miller

constantly making plays this season.

Keep it going Ayers.

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