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The BroncoTalk Staff’s collaborative post-loss post tradition returns. Celebrating and noting both the good and bad from Sunday’s 26-point loss to the Green Bay Packers. (Editor’s note: BroncoTalk is a five-man show, and we all have different opinions. That’s what this column is all about.) Studs Stud: Virgil Green. If it wasn’t for the play [...]

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Published on 10/03/2011 at Mon Oct 03 22:22.   11 Comments
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Analyzing player performances from the Denver Broncos‘ 20-24 loss to the New York Jets Sunday, highlighting the good and the bad. Stud: D.J. Williams 7 Tackles, 3 Assisted Tackles, 1 Sack. D.J. had close to his best game of the season. He’s been excellent on making tackles in the middle of the field all year. [...]

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Published on 10/19/2010 at Tue Oct 19 16:11.   22 Comments
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Analyzing player performances from the Denver Broncos‘ 17-31 loss to the Baltimore Ravens Sunday, highlighting the good and the bad. Stud: Kyle Orton Had the man been able to reign supreme over the offense the Broncos would have come away with a win. It is pathetic that Denver was even attempting to run on the [...]

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Published on 10/12/2010 at Tue Oct 12 10:09.   31 Comments
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Analyzing player performances from the Denver Broncos‘ 13-27 loss to the Indianapolis Colts Sunday, highlighting the good and the bad. And this week, for the first time in Studs and Duds history, we have a player boasting stud-dud double-duty. Where would you file our up-and-down enigma? Dud: Kyle Orton Realistically, I have to pick Kyle [...]

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Published on 09/28/2010 at Tue Sep 28 08:45.   37 Comments
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When the Broncos win, the BT staff gives out game balls… when they lose, as they did Sunday to the Jaguars, we cry ourselves to sleep. And we highlight the good and the bad in our weekly Studs and Duds. Stud: Brandon Lloyd Lloyd! Couldn’t get enough of the number one Denver Broncos wide receiver. [...]

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Published on 09/13/2010 at Mon Sep 13 10:54.   43 Comments
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A loss like that leaves a bad taste in everyone’s mouth. Everyone on the BT Staff is still pretty upset — ok, maybe livid — at Sunday’s affair. So, it’s not surprising that they all picked duds. I went out of my way to try and highlight a few positives, but it wasn’t easy. These [...]

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Published on 12/22/2009 at Tue Dec 22 11:00.   25 Comments
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Broncos 16, Colts 28. Studs and Duds gentlemen, who ya got? Dud/s: Coaches I’m not an NFL coach.  And I’m not a defensive guru… but I could see fairly quickly yesterday that switching our Defense into a 4-2 for this game didn’t confuse or slow Manning in the first quarter of play.  I also was [...]

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Published on 12/15/2009 at Tue Dec 15 12:00.   35 Comments
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Chargers 32, Broncos 3. We all agree that it sure would be nice to give out a Game Ball award again. Let the record show that Sunday was a stinkfest all around. Even the studs stank a little bit. Caveats abound. Dud: Mike Nolan As I outlined earlier, the defense’s inability to get after Philip [...]

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Published on 11/23/2009 at Mon Nov 23 13:21.   8 Comments
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Broncos 17 – Redskins 27.  Who ya got, gentlemen? Dud: Chris Simms. The Broncos could very well be 7-2 had Kyle Orton not been absent from the second half with an ankle injury. Simms looked like a rookie out on the field, completing only several passes for miniscule yardage. Broncos fans better pray that Orton [...]

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Published on 11/17/2009 at Tue Nov 17 09:00.   26 Comments
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Broncos 10, Steelers 28. Alright, gentlemen, who ya got? Dud: Coaching Staff/Inability to make the right half-time adjustments What concerned me the most out of this game was not Ben Hamilton’s continued struggles, or Kyle Orton’s under-pressure interceptions or even our lack of a running game… It was the stark difference between our half-time adjustments [...]

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Published on 11/10/2009 at Tue Nov 10 11:20.   25 Comments
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