Does the Broncos loss @Indianapolis make you feel better?

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Does the DEN loss @IND make you feel better about SEA loss?

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  • Yes.
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  • Colts have the most impressive wins so far. They also have some bad bad losses.
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  • I didn't feel bad in the first place. Seahawks were jobbed in that game.
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  • Maybe a little... A loss is a loss to me.
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  • I voted 'no'. If anything I was rooting for Indy to lose. As for Denver, Indy simply showed what we already knew. If you can play physical defense against Peyton's receivers, Denver can be had.
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  • No, still mad that the refs handed that game to the Colts. This just proves what I suspected - Seattle is better than Denver, too.
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  • DavidSeven wrote:I didn't feel bad in the first place. Seahawks were jobbed in that game.


    Also this.
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  • Hope we get to play them again with our O-line fully healthy:).
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  • I'm just disturbed by the overwhelmingly biased officiating the Colts have received in those 2 wins. They got some serious home-cooking going on there.

    Honestly, I'm glad we have a loss. Playing undefeated can be a huge mind F at some point during the year. So, to answer your question, meh, I got over that one after a few days.
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  • Glad that Indy won.

    We can beat Indy, and Indy can beat Denver. If we can win in SF and here vs NO, I think we play Indy again in the SB.
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  • The Colts are starting to show everyone that they are a really good team. Really good.

    The fact that we almost and should have beat them does make me feel better.
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  • Mtjhoyas wrote:I'm just disturbed by the overwhelmingly biased officiating the Colts have received in those 2 wins. They got some serious home-cooking going on there.

    Honestly, I'm glad we have a loss. Playing undefeated can be a huge mind F at some point during the year. So, to answer your question, meh, I got over that one after a few days.


    Yeah it was bizarre how much help colts got from the zebras. Coincidence I'm sure, bizarre though.
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  • Smelly McUgly wrote:No, still mad that the refs handed that game to the Colts. This just proves what I suspected - Seattle is better than Denver, too.

    This. And they still get the same bs calls in this game. Not worried given Gio, Okung will be back and Percy also. As my coworkers say..."that's just cheating".
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  • Refs helped IND vs us and us vs HOU. With better officiating and no cherry-picking of that officiating, we're still 6-1.
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  • Uh, when did the refs bail us out repeatedly against Houston?
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  • Only thing I can think from that HOU game is I think they may have missed a SEA player hitting Schaub on the head on one play. They certainly didn't make multiple bad calls in our favor. The horse caller committed on Lynch and unnecessary roughness on Baldwin were 100% legit. Not even close to being like the INDY game.
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  • Healthy Russell Okung will make me feel better. Everything else is small potatoes.
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  • Luck's flop sure got the official's attention. That was NOT roughing...it was bumping. According to Harry Hogge, "rubbin' 's racin' ".
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  • I love to see the top dogs lose. Always have.

    Patriots and the Broncos lost. Makes me happy.
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  • No it doesn't make me feel better, we still lost.
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  • It doesn't make me feel better at all, in fact it makes me feel worse to see all the flopping and BS calls the Colts are getting away with. If the league has decided the Colts should win it all, then why are we even playing?

    And yeah, Andrew Luck is a good QB, but I'm so tired of the romance surrounding him. Dude takes a dump and the media's ready to send it to Canton.
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  • DavidSeven wrote:Only thing I can think from that HOU game is I think they may have missed a SEA player hitting Schaub on the head on one play. They certainly didn't make multiple bad calls in our favor. The horse caller committed on Lynch and unnecessary roughness on Baldwin were 100% legit. Not even close to being like the INDY game.


    Agreed, furthermore, I never have (that much) of an issue with calls being MISSED.
    It's the calls that are made when they're not fouls that get me, like PI on an uncatchable ball or a perfectly good play.
    Those are the ones that piss me off - especially as we seem to get a lot more of them.

    Officials are always going to miss fouls because it's impossible to see everything all of the time, but seeing things that aren't there is unacceptable imo
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  • i just wanted the Broncos to lose.

    We are a far better team than Indi, we just lost because some bad things happened in Special teams.
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  • No, because we easily could've won that game. A lot of things went wrong for us to lose.
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  • I don't feel good about Denver's loss and I don't feel "bad" about ours, either. It's quite likely, for a plethora of reasons, no team will ever again go undefeated. If anything, I hope for the team we beat in the SB to be (previously) undefeated. How good would that be?

    Now I have to root for KC to be that team.
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  • NorCalHawk12 wrote:Luck's flop sure got the official's attention. That was NOT roughing...it was bumping. According to Harry Hogge, "rubbin' 's racin' ".


    Denver deserved to get for roughing on that 100%. Vickerson went out of his way to bump Luck 2-3 seconds after he threw the ball. Regardless of how hard he bumped him, Luck wouldn't have had a chance to flop and the ref wouldn't have had a chance to throw the flag if Vickerson wasn't such a moron.
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  • Denver was/is looking good. I was glad to see them loose. The game films will be valuable later. IMO anyway.
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  • Seanhawk wrote:
    NorCalHawk12 wrote:Luck's flop sure got the official's attention. That was NOT roughing...it was bumping. According to Harry Hogge, "rubbin' 's racin' ".


    Denver deserved to get for roughing on that 100%. Vickerson went out of his way to bump Luck 2-3 seconds after he threw the ball. Regardless of how hard he bumped him, Luck wouldn't have had a chance to flop and the ref wouldn't have had a chance to throw the flag if Vickerson wasn't such a moron.

    That kind of stuff happens every game, it wasn't roughing but he deserved the penalty.

    The officiating in both games was heavily skewed in the Colts favor. So it's hard to feel any better about the outcome.
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  • No, Seattle had them, I'd take Seattle in a rematch any day of the week also. Too many dumb mistakes in that game cost them. I think Denver would win in a rematch as well.
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  • knownone wrote:
    Seanhawk wrote:
    NorCalHawk12 wrote:Luck's flop sure got the official's attention. That was NOT roughing...it was bumping. According to Harry Hogge, "rubbin' 's racin' ".


    Denver deserved to get for roughing on that 100%. Vickerson went out of his way to bump Luck 2-3 seconds after he threw the ball. Regardless of how hard he bumped him, Luck wouldn't have had a chance to flop and the ref wouldn't have had a chance to throw the flag if Vickerson wasn't such a moron.

    That kind of stuff happens every game, it wasn't roughing but he deserved the penalty.

    The officiating in both games was heavily skewed in the Colts favor. So it's hard to feel any better about the outcome.


    After watching the game again, yea, it was a flop but Vickerson shouldn't have bumped him and deserved the penalty...he didn't hold up like he should have.
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