kumar ketkar, ajay behra ,manyak shekhar and rahul singh should go on border if they really have balls and say this nonsense infront of pakistani army and see how they will reply, such shame these people for India, may be they have settled down and probably havn’t lose anyone in terror attack; and I am sure kumar ketkar was on booze as such stupid argument he was making and crying by the name of BJP ,may be cause of BJP he lost some personal interests,
How the Denver Broncos match up against the Cincinnati Bengals
The last time we squared off against the Cincinnati Bengals, it was with two back-ups at QB. That game is a tough barometer to use because in my honest opinion, AJ McCarron is actually a greater threat than Andy Dalton.
McCaron was fearless with the ball. He threw it everywhere, had our secondary out of breath and took some shots with his legs. Dalton, who’s a little beat up, isn’t going to be able to do the same, but he’s still going to throw it. A lot. Added to this, the Bengals are putrid at running the ball. This means they’re going to have to keep passing. Which is why they have the second best passing game. Because of this, I wanted to take a look at a game we lost last year.
Get out your Kleenex and barf bags, but I needed to dredge up a game I had erased from the memory banks and recall why our team couldn’t beat another team who likes to pass, the Oakland — gag — Raiders.
Simply put, our offense and special teams, killed us. If your defense can hold a team to two touchdowns, you should be able to win. At home in the air of Mile High. Of note, in both the Raiders and Bengals games, we were not at full strength at the safety position.
Against Oakland, TJ Ward was out and Bush replaced him. We also saw a lot of fairly new, Brandon Roby. For the Cincy game, Stewart was replaced by Shiloh Keo. Not going to throw these three guys under the bus, but they were responsible for much of the scoring and/or missed plays leading to both teams scoring in the Red Zone. Also missing in the Raiders game was Danny Trevathan.
The other reason I wanted to re-watch the Raiders game is because there is so many similarities between quarterback play and play calling from last season, to this year. We saw a dink, dink, dunk, dink game. Drives ended in field goals. We saw bad throws and also drops. We saw wide open guys overlooked. We saw strange play calls in the red zone. We saw quarterback’s getting sacked on a bootleg — seriously.
Special teams didn’t play well, and while the sole 12-points came from Brandon McManus, he missed one of his attempts. Our defense couldn’t overcome a 2/3 strong secondary and bad offense/special teams play. Only 50-yards rushing which is also a reason why Ronnie Hillman is now a Viking.
In the Cincy game, Vontaze Burfict and Carlos Dunlap had their way against us. We had to pass more based on our poor rush, this game gave them more chances to rattle Brock Osweiler. As usual, play zone with open receivers, he’s good, play man and we saw what happens in the patriots’ game Thursday night.
That was the bad news, here’s the good…
Even though we’re pretty bad at third downs, the Bengals are atrocious. Even though we’re ranked 26th in passing, Cincy is worst at stopping the run. This means that going with the Trevor Siemian and Gary Kubiak WCO dink and dunk offense, we can score points off of CJ Anderson, Andy Janovich and Kapri Bibbs.
Speaking of Janovich, since we have a precarious situation at the tight end spot, having such a versatile guy could be the key to putting our offense in drive and not neutral. Since AJ can catch, run, and block he can be moved around to be used in many roles. He’d be perfect at catching Cincy with their… knee pads down.
This is the game Siemian should run some boots. Use Janovich to block for them or catch a pass. Virgil Green will be missed, but with some creative play calling, his absence can be made up. There isn’t any game film on Jeff Heuerman which is both good and bad.
If Heuerman is as good as fans of Ohio State say he is, then Cincy not having any film on him can be used as a big weapon. Whether he is or not, at least he’s another big body they can’t plan against and block.
More good news. Our offensive line — even with Donald Stephenson out — is much better than last year. Not to mention, the Bengals’ don’t have a linebacker who can sack Siemian five times — from either side — like Oakland had. Plus, Siemian is a little better at paying attention to what’s happening on the line.
Some more good news. Tyler Eifert is questionable and Andy Dalton is banged up. Their defense is worst in the league at stopping the run. They allow an average of 137-yards per game. We’re ranked seventh at running the rock.
The keys to this game is: Run the football, stop their passing game, and for the special teams to play lights out. Will repeat. We need to run and run some more. Put this game on our backs, tight ends and offensive lines hands. Besides going against a bad run defense, our guys dinking and dunking down the field will help our defense catch their breath. The dink takes lots of time off the clock.
The Bengals average a paltry 2.78-yards on the run, so stopping Dalton will be the main key on our defense. This means the secondary needs to be mentally on cue. This doesn’t mean overlooking running back Gino Bernard as he did get 100-yards last week. — Hmm, stowing that away for a possible Stealers’ game — but their strength is the passing game.
Some rests between drives will help. Not to mention, crowd noise will be an issue. Changing plays at the line of scrimmage will be tough for a new QB, so keeping it simple may actually be a good thing.
I’ve been tough on Siemian, wanting to see more out of him. Play with some sizzle. This is a game he doesn’t have to do more than dink. However, this is the game where he can — if he wants — take a couple shots because after enough ground and pound plays, Cincy’s secondary will be ripe for carpet bombs right over their heads. He won’t have to force anything. Just take what’s given. All he needs to do is look before taking the check down or throwing the ball away. This he must improve on if he’s going to keep being the red zone Bridesmaid.
We also need the offense to stay on the field. That means getting that extra yard and third down. If he does, he does, if he doesn’t, he doesn’t. His receivers will be the only ones ticked off if we still win. He just needs to stop throwing interceptions and – when the Broncos are in the red zone — score some points anyway that works.
If for some reason, we can’t run the ball and have to rely on a passing game, the good news is Cincy is ranked 13th against the pass. Not great, but not awful. If we end up having to have a better passing game, I’d like to see Siemian spend more time closer to the line of scrimmage. This way the balls he throws 20-yards, aren’t spending 15 of them where it doesn’t matter.
This means, more roll outs, boots, designed runs. We know he said he wasn’t a mobile guy. Maybe having Siemian move more, especially in the red zone and against a team that’s not great at defending the run, could help. Drop 15 pass, drop 10 pass, run, run, run, drop 15 pass isn’t getting it. He can still throw all the short passes his heart desires, but hopefully Kubiak or Ricco changes up how and where they’re thrown.
My concern with Cincinnati is wide receiver AJ Green. He was pretty quiet last week and that rarely happens twice. With the birth of his son, he might play with some extra fire.
I’m going to assume our defense will do what they did in the second half, last year. Load the box, have Chris Harris, Jr and Aqib Talib play man-to-man on the outside. Harris allowed zero catches by Green. Since both Darian Stewart and TJ Ward are both healthy, let them stop up the middle.
Final thoughts: I see no reason why our defense can’t hold Dalton to two TDs nor any reason our offense can’t score more. Any QB plugged into this system should be able to move the chains and score against a team who can’t stop the run. ST needs to ensure most drives start at the 25, at least. This puts Siemian closer to his comfort between the 30’s.
Score prediction: Denver 23, Cincinnati 17. Go Broncos!
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Sugar tits has got on one of her macrame hooker outfits. Insert your diaphram, toss off your brassiere and break out the pinot grigio, because it’s turtle time kids!! Ramona is hitting the streets to make a swarm of old men have a raging case of blue balls. Go get ‘em, you tease!! #rhoc #rhony #rhobh #rhoa #bravo #wwhl #andycohen #ramonasinger #turtletime
In this video Mila and her daddy are unboxing and playing with Cinderella’s Coach Disney Princess Little People Fisher Price. This set includes a coach with pumpkin glass roof, white horse and mice at the back of the coach hiding in a chest. Also it comes with Cinderella figure dressed in blue outfit and blue tiara. Everything is ready to go to the ball so kids will have to put Cindrella inside the coach. While rolling it along they will hear phrases and a song ‘Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo’ from the famous Disney cartoon. Also as the coach is going the mice in a chest at the back of it will go up and down. Children can recreate different episodes from Cinderella story or imagine new adventure for her and her friends. For more details about this beautiful set please watch our video review.
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Kinji was at a ball bored out of his mind because his advisor
decided enough was enough and he needed to fulfill his duties as a nobleman.
Kinji knew he would have to go to a ball eventually and decided to get it over
with. Kinji was at the food table snacking on a bit of turkey that was laid
out. He knew that his advisor ould come for him eventually to introduce him to
another lady or princess but Kinji was happy right where he was. At least, for
Love hearing from our fans…
So with the start of the Halifax Moosehead season I’m always thinking of basketball, waiting for the new @nbl_canada season to start. And one person in particular that I think about is @joelfreez. I’ve only ever had one other favorite player in the NBL which was Brian Silverhorn, but watching Joel this season has me adding a second favorite all time NBL player. The way he not only plays on the court but his sportsmanship, how good he is to the fans and how much of an amazing addition he was to the @hfxhurricanes . I don’t really know if you will come back To the team in the new season, but just know I have the utmost respect for you as a fellow athlete and friend. You’ll always have a fan in scotia wherever you go. #basketball #basket #ball #baller #hoop #balling #sports #sport #court #net #rim #backboard #instagood #game #photooftheday #active #pass #throw #shoot #instaballer #instaball #jump #nba #bball #Nbl #canada #hurricaneforce #902 #respect
These ladies want to go to the ball, but dont have escorts (not that Soot needs it!) , unnamed lady has no name and no shame, and Zanthe is selectively mute. How will it all go down, they barely know one another but as the Resort must mingle to make revenue, so too must these dragons attend the ball. Will they coax one of their male friends to come with them or shall they brave the many men that they suspect will be at the ball?