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Here's a few key tidbits no one is talking about

While MHR probably doesn't need another stat based post, there is one or two things that I'd like to insert into the conversation before Sunday.

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By the numbers: Chief Week

Perhaps the biggest game of the year is less than a week away. I can't remember a game I've been more anxious for in a quite awhile. First some thoughts on the SD game. 35 The Chargers ran...

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By the numbers, Week 9: Bye Week

There is a question ringing inside the heads of many NFL defensive coordinators: how do you beat Peyton Manning? Since it's the bye week and it would be premature to look at San Diego, I thought I'd examine what has correlated with PM losing.

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By the numbers: week 8, Washington

SD Guy breaks down the last game and the upcoming week by numbers.

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By the numbers: Week 7, Indy

SD Guy brings you some fantastic analysis!

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From the Fanposts: By the numbers: Week 5, Dallas

For those who are interested, I'll be putting some information together hopefully on a semi-regular basis that looks at the upcoming game(s), and perhaps using different ways of looking at both the Broncos and their opposition.

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The case for adding a new RB via draft or FA.

I haven't been satisfied with our running game. I know many here believe otherwise, but our running game isn't what it could/should be, and this is the offseason to fix it. I like all our RBs...

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Why Fox's numbers are wrong, and other musings about this dead horse.

So I had to wait till now to write a post, so it had some semblance of objectivity. I realize many are probably tired of thinking about this game, but I needed to put together a post for my own...

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Common Opponents: Broncos vs Ravens

This is a short post looking at how these teams fared against teams they had in common. This matchup is an interesting one, because these two teams basically had the same schedule this year, save...

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AFC PLAYOFFS: 3 crucial stats

There are three stats that correlate very strongly with winning in the NFL. At no time are they more important than playoff time, so I thought it was a good time to examine what I think are perhaps...

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In Manning's Defense...

So I was curious how this years defense compares with the defenses from Manning's past, so I put together this little comparison for those who are interested. When ranking teams in various...

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Stacking up the midterm playoff teams: reasons for optimism

This post is an attempt to examine where the Broncos stack up in key areas against the other 11 midseason playoff teams. Some of these teams possibly won't make the playoffs, but the majority of...

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By the numbers: Week 6 PLAYMAKERS

This game was make or break IMO. 2-4 while also losing the tiebreaker to SD would have left us in a horrid position coming back from the bye. We also needed a win like this to keep people believing...

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By the numbers: Week 5 PLAYMAKERS

Time to look at our playmakers for week 5, New England. We're looking for players who make the difference on both sides of the ball. Who are the pretenders and who are the contenders?

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By the numbers: Week 4 PLAYMAKERS

After considering a number of great suggestions for improvements to my playmaker tracker scoring system, I have version 2.0, looking at the Raider game. You'll see the breakdown and a few comments...

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By the numbers: Week 3 PLAYMAKERS

I'm reworking my scoring system and so this won't be quite like usual. I've included a few things though that seem to me to be things to consider after the Texans game moving forward.

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By the numbers: Week 2 PLAYMAKERS

Here's my week two update of who on the Denver Broncos is making plays using a scoring system I came up with. My comments follow the data.

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Why the Atlanta game will be extra difficult.

A rarely discussed issue surrounding our difficult schedule this year is where our AWAY games are geographically, and the effect on our chances of winning these games of traveling east two time...

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By the Numbers: Week 1 PLAYMAKERS

Some of you may recall from the end of last season that Bronco Mike and I developed a means of objectively evaluating the Bronco/opponent performances on a game-by-game basis. This post (will be...

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Why our offense sucked: Failed plays

The 2011 Broncos really struggled to put together drives consistently. Lots of posts bemoaned this fact. Obviously we're hoping for better results with a different QB. This is a post that examines...

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For the Realists (no Manningites or Tebowites need reply)

I've had really mixed thoughts on the signing of Manning, and the direction this offseason has gone. Here at MHR it seems that most people have gone off the deep end of either the pro-Manning pool,...

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Why a Bronco/Manning marriage will fail.

Regardless of which side of the proverbial fence you sit regarding the potential signing of Peyton Manning, the fact remains that if the Denver Broncos do not win a SB with Manning at QB, the...

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We need a better running game.

I realize this post will be contrary to what many fans believe about the 2011 Denver Broncos. Many fans hang their hat on the fact that Denver was "#1" in the NFL in rushing, and they believe that...

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Scoring our playmakers part II: Offense

In my first post, scoring our playmakers part 1: Defense, I offered the results of a scoring system I applied to all the defensive plays of the 2011 Denver Broncos. This post is the offensive...

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Scoring our playmakers part 1: Defense

This is part one of a post season analysis of our team based around an objective scoring system to make comparisons between players easier. The goal here is to enable us to easily see in an...

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Using Tebow effectively against the Steelers.

There have been a lot of posts talking about Tebow and his passing. Everyone has an opinion, varying from playing Quinn instead to letting Tebow open up the playbook. I'm interested in focusing on...

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Where the playcalling went wrong: week 17 KC edition.

Judas this was an ugly offensive performance. There have been a bunch of posts about this already so we're just going to look at the play-by-play, you know, CSI style. Look at the evidence. It's...

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Life lessons from the 2011 Denver Broncos

I am a sports fan for entertainment sake first and foremost, not because I believe athletes and football teams can offer wisdom that isn't better found elsewhere. In general I question the idea...

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McCoy's offense: what's working and what isn't

While watching the SD game, as usual, I was following along on the live game thread here at MHR. Once again, it seemed that many comments (frustrations) centered around McCoy's playcalling,...

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Playcalling analysis part II: 1st and 2nd down

In my prior post "Let's examine our 3rd down playcalling", we looked at some numbers comparing the two halves of our Bronco season regarding 3rd down. We learned, among other things, that under...

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