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Old 09-22-2012   #26
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Default Re: What do you want to see on Sunday?

Schaub helping himself avoid sacks. Watching the Pittsburgh game, the Broncos DEs always took the long wide arc route around.......and Big Ben seemed to always avoid their rush by simply taking one step into the pocket. When Schaub is not in play action, this is what I want him to do......be aware of his surroundings. The interior of our Oline should be able to give Schaub time against their Dline.

Denver's D has not been greatly challenged so far with any elite RBs. Arian/Tate should be able to slice and dice. And we easily should have 100+ yds on the ground.

Denver will not put even Champ Bailey on the island with AJ, which should open up the rest of the field to be defended by much more vulnerable secondary. That should allow Schaub that short and long "experimentation factor." Three hundred plus yds in the air would not surprise me.

If we get 28 points on the board, and the middle of our D doesn't collapse to McGahee, our problem with their clipped wing-bird should be handled handily by an "aware" Wade D.
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