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PostPosted: Sun Mar 18, 2012 11:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mesa_Titan wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
Mesa_Titan wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
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You can't hate on Bud Adams for doing what he's doing.


Yes, actually, you can. I don't care is he's old, don't drag the team down with you by giving a 36 year old QB 20+ million a year onto our cap for 5 more years...


Lol. Your cap? It's his team. It's his money. It's HIS decision how HE handles HIS football team.


Oh dear Lord...

The football team. Better? Just because he owns the team doesn't mean it's ok to make awful decisions with it...
Getting a HoF QB who is more than likely still top 3 is not an awful decision Laughing


But he's a huge injury risk, and there's no guarantee he's still that good.
And I'm sure you'll have a clause regarding the injury as will ever team, and you'll have Locker on your team regardless.

He's going to be a top QB if he's healthy. I love Locker, but he's not going to be better than Peyton.


Who said Locker was going to be better? Also, I highly doubt there's going to be some injury clause...
No one said that, but it simply proves this can't be a negative for the time being.

You highly doubt there's going to be a clause related to his neck?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I still don't think he's going to Denver. I could never fathom Peyton intentionally chosing to play in the cold weather snow of Mile High. Just go back home to Tennessee, take the lifetime contract and stay the hell away from the 49ers and the NFC. Pray


The weather thing in Denver is a major misconception. Just saying.


I'm thinking a Dome QB who struggles in "Cold" weather and a City that averages a high of 37' in the month of Nov with 7ft of snow, 30' in Dec with 8 ft and 29' in January with 9ft on average a problem. How again would weather not be a concern for Manning?


http://www.average-temperature.com/temps/CO/Denver

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/?n=denver_snowfall
Denver gets 7 and 8 feet of snow? That's news to me and I've lived here for 22 years.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tatupu_64 wrote:
Mesa_Titan wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
Mesa_Titan wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
Mesa_Titan wrote:
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Mesa_Titan wrote:
ttitansfan4life wrote:
You can't hate on Bud Adams for doing what he's doing.


Yes, actually, you can. I don't care is he's old, don't drag the team down with you by giving a 36 year old QB 20+ million a year onto our cap for 5 more years...


Lol. Your cap? It's his team. It's his money. It's HIS decision how HE handles HIS football team.


Oh dear Lord...

The football team. Better? Just because he owns the team doesn't mean it's ok to make awful decisions with it...
Getting a HoF QB who is more than likely still top 3 is not an awful decision Laughing


But he's a huge injury risk, and there's no guarantee he's still that good.
And I'm sure you'll have a clause regarding the injury as will ever team, and you'll have Locker on your team regardless.

He's going to be a top QB if he's healthy. I love Locker, but he's not going to be better than Peyton.


Who said Locker was going to be better? Also, I highly doubt there's going to be some injury clause...
No one said that, but it simply proves this can't be a negative for the time being.

You highly doubt there's going to be a clause related to his neck?


From the Tennessee side? Yes, I doubt it. Highly. Bud would make him the Pope if he could...
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 12:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

broncosfan07 wrote:
Nabbs4u wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
Nabbs4u wrote:
I still don't think he's going to Denver. I could never fathom Peyton intentionally chosing to play in the cold weather snow of Mile High. Just go back home to Tennessee, take the lifetime contract and stay the hell away from the 49ers and the NFC. Pray


The weather thing in Denver is a major misconception. Just saying.


I'm thinking a Dome QB who struggles in "Cold" weather and a City that averages a high of 37' in the month of Nov with 7ft of snow, 30' in Dec with 8 ft and 29' in January with 9ft on average a problem. How again would weather not be a concern for Manning?


http://www.average-temperature.com/temps/CO/Denver

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/?n=denver_snowfall
Denver gets 7 and 8 feet of snow? That's news to me and I've lived here for 22 years.


I believe he meant to put inches, and even then that is far from the truth. Denver barely averages more than 2.5 inches of percipitation in any 1 month throughout the entire year. May is actually the wettest month of the year.

While Denver is a bit colder than places in the south, it very rarely goes in stretches of that unbearable cold that you can find in places such as North Dakota.

There certainly seems to be a common misconception about the weather in Colorado.
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germ-x wrote:
broncosfan07 wrote:
Nabbs4u wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
Nabbs4u wrote:
I still don't think he's going to Denver. I could never fathom Peyton intentionally chosing to play in the cold weather snow of Mile High. Just go back home to Tennessee, take the lifetime contract and stay the hell away from the 49ers and the NFC. Pray


The weather thing in Denver is a major misconception. Just saying.


I'm thinking a Dome QB who struggles in "Cold" weather and a City that averages a high of 37' in the month of Nov with 7ft of snow, 30' in Dec with 8 ft and 29' in January with 9ft on average a problem. How again would weather not be a concern for Manning?


http://www.average-temperature.com/temps/CO/Denver

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/?n=denver_snowfall
Denver gets 7 and 8 feet of snow? That's news to me and I've lived here for 22 years.


I believe he meant to put inches, and even then that is far from the truth. Denver barely averages more than 2.5 inches of percipitation in any 1 month throughout the entire year. May is actually the wettest month of the year.

While Denver is a bit colder than places in the south, it very rarely goes in stretches of that unbearable cold that you can find in places such as North Dakota.

There certainly seems to be a common misconception about the weather in Colorado.


It doesn't seem that cold and snowy because you live there. He pulled up actual facts. You have to think from an outsider's perspective. I've moved from Lincoln, Nebraska to Columbia, South Carolina, and the general perception of cold of those around me has switched from around 30 degrees being cold weather, to 60 degrees being cold weather. Average annual temperature from my hometown is chilly to the people where I'm at now. What you might not consider cold may actually be really cold playing weather for Manning.

That said, I doubt the weather really makes a difference to him, to be honest.
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Jakuvious wrote:
germ-x wrote:
broncosfan07 wrote:
Nabbs4u wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
Nabbs4u wrote:
I still don't think he's going to Denver. I could never fathom Peyton intentionally chosing to play in the cold weather snow of Mile High. Just go back home to Tennessee, take the lifetime contract and stay the hell away from the 49ers and the NFC. Pray


The weather thing in Denver is a major misconception. Just saying.


I'm thinking a Dome QB who struggles in "Cold" weather and a City that averages a high of 37' in the month of Nov with 7ft of snow, 30' in Dec with 8 ft and 29' in January with 9ft on average a problem. How again would weather not be a concern for Manning?


http://www.average-temperature.com/temps/CO/Denver

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/?n=denver_snowfall
Denver gets 7 and 8 feet of snow? That's news to me and I've lived here for 22 years.


I believe he meant to put inches, and even then that is far from the truth. Denver barely averages more than 2.5 inches of percipitation in any 1 month throughout the entire year. May is actually the wettest month of the year.

While Denver is a bit colder than places in the south, it very rarely goes in stretches of that unbearable cold that you can find in places such as North Dakota.

There certainly seems to be a common misconception about the weather in Colorado.


It doesn't seem that cold and snowy because you live there. He pulled up actual facts. You have to think from an outsider's perspective. I've moved from Lincoln, Nebraska to Columbia, South Carolina, and the general perception of cold of those around me has switched from around 30 degrees being cold weather, to 60 degrees being cold weather. Average annual temperature from my hometown is chilly to the people where I'm at now. What you might not consider cold may actually be really cold playing weather for Manning.

That said, I doubt the weather really makes a difference to him, to be honest.


No i fully understand that. I grew up in eastern colorado and went to school in Hastings Nebraska (Hastings College) and just going 300 or so miles north east was a huge difference IMO, especially the cold+wind, it made for some bitter days.

However, it seems people view Colorado as some bitter/cold snowy place...and it isn't. No it isn't Scottsdale Arizona, but it also isn't Grand Forks North Dakota.

Also, my original post was wrong, it was basing it off rain only, not including snow. Denver on average gets around 55 inches of snow a year. So the 7 inches posted is probably pretty accurate.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 2:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

My apologies. I did mean inches in the post above and was referring to the monthly snow totals located in the second link. Regardless of snow or not. The point is Manning struggles like most QB from domes in cold weather games. Playing games where the high temp would be in the low 30' would qualify. That's all.
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Don't tell these guys about Colorado's best keep secret... its freezing it like 8 foot of snow a month... you guys wouldn't want to live here. Its miserable. ...
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Colorado is cold. I know this cause I watch South Park. Mr. Green
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Has he still not signed yet?

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Don't tell these guys about Colorado's best keep secret... its freezing it like 8 foot of snow a month... you guys wouldn't want to live here. Its miserable. ...


Co-signed... Cool
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2012 11:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Has he still not signed yet?

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He's gotta sign today or tomorrow.

GOT TO!

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Some fool on twitter with a fake PFT account is saying that Manning is going to the Vikings. Laughing
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Laughing

that would be awesome..
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germ-x wrote:
broncosfan07 wrote:
Nabbs4u wrote:
broncos67 wrote:
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I still don't think he's going to Denver. I could never fathom Peyton intentionally chosing to play in the cold weather snow of Mile High. Just go back home to Tennessee, take the lifetime contract and stay the hell away from the 49ers and the NFC. Pray


The weather thing in Denver is a major misconception. Just saying.


I'm thinking a Dome QB who struggles in "Cold" weather and a City that averages a high of 37' in the month of Nov with 7ft of snow, 30' in Dec with 8 ft and 29' in January with 9ft on average a problem. How again would weather not be a concern for Manning?


http://www.average-temperature.com/temps/CO/Denver

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/?n=denver_snowfall
Denver gets 7 and 8 feet of snow? That's news to me and I've lived here for 22 years.


I believe he meant to put inches, and even then that is far from the truth. Denver barely averages more than 2.5 inches of percipitation in any 1 month throughout the entire year. May is actually the wettest month of the year.

While Denver is a bit colder than places in the south, it very rarely goes in stretches of that unbearable cold that you can find in places such as North Dakota.

There certainly seems to be a common misconception about the weather in Colorado.


There's also a big difference between Denver and, say Vail. There are much higher elevations in Colorado than Denver, and those areas get more snow and lower temperatures.

When i went out to Colorado last summer, it was 90F in Denver, but 70 in the mountains where i was staying. Drastically different.
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