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Old 11-05-2011, 10:36 AM   #16
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you mean the same off season that every NFL play sat out?

and are we talking about the same donkey defense that gave up 90 points to the raiders last season?

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Well, you're obviously unbiased.

Palmer had zero off season; not even the abbreviated camp that everyone else had. LA Fitness shape isn't NFL shape. And, imo, he was shot before he threw his last pass for Cincy, but I guess time will tell.

But you're right. Palmer was an integral part of those points the Raiders laid on Denver, and last year is always the best indicator of this year's results. See: Lions, 49ers, Bills, Colts, etc.

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Old 11-05-2011, 02:09 PM   #17
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Well, you're obviously unbiased.

Palmer had zero off season; not even the abbreviated camp that everyone else had. LA Fitness shape isn't NFL shape. And, imo, he was shot before he threw his last pass for Cincy, but I guess time will tell.

But you're right. Palmer was an integral part of those points the Raiders laid on Denver, and last year is always the best indicator of this year's results. See: Lions, 49ers, Bills, Colts, etc.

did i say that? because i dont remember saying that. i do remember you saying that raiders d makes the broncos d look like the "steel curtain"

were not talking about the 9ers, bills or colts, were talking about the same sorry ass broncos team that really hasn't gotten any better than last year.
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Tebow. He's at least in game shape. Palmer's had a bad elbow and sat out an entire off season, then joined a new team. Not enough time for him to be effective yet.

Denver's defense may be awful, but there's no question about Oakland's, especially their pass D. They make the Broncos look like the Steel Curtain.

Wrong on the yardage comparison. Dead on re Oakland's defense. Made McGahee look like Jim Brown.
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