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Andrew Mason
Broncos pontification & more all the time . Radio 4-6 MT M-F . 2006 Time Person of the Year. “God bless the U.S. Postal Service.”
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Andrew Mason 29m
Replying to @JustinTMichael
I had planned on going. Look forward to seeing it next year.
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Andrew Mason 31m
Replying to @Bloxwichbrummie
Appreciate you following! Thank you!
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Andrew Mason 33m
Replying to @JustinTMichael
You should have Richmond higher. The Spiders are the real deal. :)
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Andrew Mason 42m
Replying to @JustinTMichael
Overrated. And I say this as a lifelong Carolina supporter.
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Andrew Mason 2h
Defense involves chasing more often for most players on the field. The offense -- particularly the receivers and receiving targets -- can save its energy at times.
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Andrew Mason 2h
Was Sunday's game and everything surrounding it rock bottom for the Broncos?
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Andrew Mason 2h
This reminds me of what John McKay said about recruiting his son, J.K., to play for USC (and later for him with the Buccaneers): “I had a rather distinct advantage. I slept with his mother."
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Andrew Mason 2h
The NFL seems to have decided that the Broncos are to be the kid with the dunce cap who sits alone in the corner to remind the other kids about the embarrassment of being wrong.
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Andrew Mason 2h
Replying to @KamskiCPA
What the league would say is that there is a full-fledged outbreak in Baltimore, whereas Denver was isolating QBs to contain an outbreak. What the NFL was also implying, though, was that player safety and quality of the game matter less than making an example of a wayward team.
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Andrew Mason 3h
News: Ravens-Steelers postponed once again. Views: The NFL needs to ANSWER THE QUESTION! as to why it continues to resist building in a Week 18 that would start with this game and Broncos-Saints.
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Zac Stevens 5h
Garett Bolles said he and Vic Fangio shed some tears when they discussed his contract extension on Saturday. “I love that man dearly. He put up with me the past two years… He knew what I was capable of doing. He believes in me. I believe in him” “I won’t let you down, Coach.”
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Andrew Mason 5h
Replying to @mikebirty
Maybe, but I think it would be folly for anyone to think of him as a cure-all.
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Andrew Mason 5h
Exactly. For continuity of government. During the State of the Union, someone in the chain of command always stays away from the Capitol; last February it was the Secretary of the Interior. So just keep a QB away from the others. It’s not that hard.
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Andrew Mason 5h
Replying to @AdamLockwood @NFL
The Bills and Eagles have been.
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Bryce Callahan being forced to "miss some time" -- thus not being available for next Sunday -- is hardly what you want when staring down the Chiefs and their array of weapons.
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Fangio, on whether he felt the league looked at the Broncos as a second-time offender because of his previous $100K fine for improper mask use: “I don’t think so. I never was told that or heard that."
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Fangio: “We’re going to consider all that” re: punishment for conduct detrimental to the team with the QBs
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