bingo415

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  • Birthday 09/20/1978

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  1. Ooh, good hire, Jets.
  2. Good game, Notorious. Sorry to beat you with your alma mater. Go Ducks!!! If we can navigate ASU and UCLA, I think we'll win the North outright.
  3. The King is dead. Long Live the King. congrats, Pack.
  4. Congrats, Ravens!
  5. Still pissed the rest of the AFCW only has 3 Pro Bowlers COMBINED?
  6. DENVER--On the eve of the franchise's return to the NFLHC playoffs, against the detestable and underdog Raiders, the Denver Broncos organization hosted a party to honor the five players selected to the AFC Pro Bowl team. A 5-course meal catered by Owner/Head Coach Bingo415's famous barbecue restaurant was followed by introductory videos highlighting each Pro Bowlers' season. General Manager DescretoBurrito and Head Coach-in-Waiting Jieret were also honored for their roles in helping to return the Broncos to the AFC West title. The Broncos selected to the Pro Bowl following the 2020 season are: Left Tackle Gary Tomlinson Tomlinson, in his 4th year in the League out of Wisconsin, is making his first Pro Bowl appearance. He helped the Broncos offense tie for 5th in fewest sacks allowed. Center John Zatkoff Zatkoff, in his 5th year out of Alabama, returned from a devastating injury to finish the 2019 season to regain his Pro Bowl form and lead the Broncos to the playoffs as offensive captain. Running Back J.B. Blacknall Blacknall, a rookie out of Alabama-Birmingham, rushed for 1,345 yards, a League-leading (tie) 16 touchdowns, and averaged a Jim Brown-like 4.8 yards per carry. Defensive Tackle Michael Carroll Carroll, a lithe 2nd year pro out of Hawai'i, recorded 22 tackles, 5.5 sacks and 3 forced fumbles to lead the League among DTs, recovering one. Middle Linebacker Cameron Jonah Jonah, the frontrunner for the Defensive Player of the Year award, is in his 5th year out of junior college. His 82 tackles led the League, as did his 9 forced turnovers (tied)--4 INTS and 5 FFs.
  7. NFC OLine should just read "Dallas".
  8. The Denver Broncos heartily congratulate the five members of our organization recognized as members of the AFC Pro Bowl team. J.B., John, Gary, Michael, and Cameron--you all played marvelously this season and we hope that continues into the playoffs. We couldn't be more proud of your selections to the Pro Bowl! The Broncos would like to point out the relative tragedy of not selecting KR/PR/WR Artemio Ramirez to represent the AFC on Special Teams, despite his (likely) League-high 4 return touchdowns this season. While we believe Marvin Washington to be a solid player and gifted return man, we feel that the League erred significantly in its choice. Go Broncos!
  9. Bubada, you're a genie with great hair. Thanks for these!
  10. ONE KICK, FOR THE PLAYOFFS Broncos jump into the #3 seed on Sarahi's Overtime Winner
  11. Bingo Bongo, Minneapolis Star Tribune: i'd like to first say that it is rare when the media sees such assured self-awareness in managers to know that they aren't well-suited for a particular role. But my question is: why are you, Llamas, sure that you are not the right coach for this team, as well as owner? Your current work as coach at Iowa would lead one to think you may understand the coach's role better than an incoming option holding a clipboard... p.s. shout out to Paul Allen 9-12noon on the Fan!
  12. Go back and look at the preseason community predictions. I believe Miami was picked to finish last in the East. Obviously, THAT was a giant mistake. Rome, for DEN (and not that this makes it any better), but our REALLY BAD LOSS was to the Pats, not ARI.
  13. Bingo Bongo, Minneapolis Star Tribune: Coach, what is your offensive philosophy in detail? I noticed that you're starting the 3/3 Scrambler at QB instead of the 3/4 Pocket man...it's a bold strategy, and hints at your desired offensive style. Care to elaborate?
  14. Agree. Though, it's basically the same team, so does that make it more impressive or less than some of those breaking in new pieces...?
  15. Good game, Chiefs! Playoffs here we come!