Broncos’ Numbers Favor Griese

September 30th, 2008
There's no 'Crush' in Denver's defense this year

There's no 'Crush' in Denver's defense this year

Jon Gruden must be licking his chops looking at film of the Denver Broncos’ defense, which only has one interception all season. That means Son of Bob couldn’t throw another three picks on Sunday. Right?

Here at we’re not stat geeks. They can be useful and telling, but they rarely accurately tell the story of a team or player.

The Broncos, however, have such horrendous defensive statistics, that it’s safe to say they are a bad defensive football team.  At the bottom of the league in almost every  category, Denver can’t stop anyone. They’re 3-1 because they’re lighting up the league with 33 points per game.

The Bucs should be able to move the chains all day in Denver, in what is forecast to be good football weather. Maybe they could even connect on a long ball in the passing game, if Galloway returns.

But they can’t afford to turn the ball over. Not one Bucs rusher has coughed it up this season. That leaves it up to Son of Bob to somehow manage to protect the ball and the Bucs defense to keep playing at a high level.

3 Responses to “Broncos’ Numbers Favor Griese”

  1. Chris Says:

    I hate playing out west. Denver is a good team and will have the home advantage. This will be a TUFF one.

    I’m still LOVIN’ the MEAN & NASTY attitude from the O-line.

    The LB’s are playin’ like STUDS which is making the D-line play with a SPEED and INTENSITY that I haven’t seen in a few years. Hovan is looking solid and has stepped up his RUN Stuffin’!

  2. crackerick Says:

    Finally I agree with you. This D-line is getting better practicing with against our dominant offensive line

  3. Chris Says:

    It’s not about agreeing with me.

    It’s about knocking the holly sh$t out of ball carries and QB’s 🙂 GOD I WISH I GOT PAID TO DO THAT! HURTIN’ PEOPLE FOR A LIVIN’! Where do I sign up??

    Our D will lead us to another Super Bowl!