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Pat Bowlen to Broncos fans: 'My heart aches for you'

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05:47 PM ET 01.15 | Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is taking his team's Divisional round loss to the Baltimore Ravens hard. Just days after Denver's overtime loss, Bowlen wrote a letter to Broncos fans everywhere, saying, "my heart aches for you."

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January 15, 2013  06:53 PM ET

Did you really think the Ravens were going to lay down?

January 15, 2013  07:13 PM ET
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Did you really think the Ravens were going to lay down?

The defensive coach should be demoted and the safety and corner should benched in close games...common sense would tell the defense never let the receiver get behind you especially with 34 seconds left

January 15, 2013  07:18 PM ET
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The defensive coach should be demoted and the safety and corner should benched in close games...common sense would tell the defense never let the receiver get behind you especially with 34 seconds left

Not only that, but what was up with Fox having the offense take a knee with 30 seconds to go? Atlanta showed you can still get a lot done in a little more than half that time.

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January 15, 2013  07:43 PM ET
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Not only that, but what was up with Fox having the offense take a knee with 30 seconds to go? Atlanta showed you can still get a lot done in a little more than half that time.

And they didn't spend $80mil to get the great Peyton Manning!

January 15, 2013  08:21 PM ET
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Not only that, but what was up with Fox having the offense take a knee with 30 seconds to go? Atlanta showed you can still get a lot done in a little more than half that time.

Atlanta's drive from KO to Field Goal took all of 17 seconds.

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January 15, 2013  08:56 PM ET
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Not only that, but what was up with Fox having the offense take a knee with 30 seconds to go? Atlanta showed you can still get a lot done in a little more than half that time.

Indeed! especially if you have Peyton Manning with 2 time outs as your QB Fox should be unemployed....

January 15, 2013  09:18 PM ET
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Not only that, but what was up with Fox having the offense take a knee with 30 seconds to go? Atlanta showed you can still get a lot done in a little more than half that time.

Was and still a good question.

January 15, 2013  09:21 PM ET

someone should check Raheed Moore's bank accounts for any suspiciously large deposits....coming from the stats of Maryland....

January 15, 2013  09:22 PM ET

**state of Maryland**

January 16, 2013  08:12 AM ET
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Not only that, but what was up with Fox having the offense take a knee with 30 seconds to go? Atlanta showed you can still get a lot done in a little more than half that time.

I think Fox had Manning take a knee because he knew that Manning can't throw the ball downfield. His arm is spaghetti. The out route that he threw in the OT to Stokley looked like a 12 year old threw it. He's got nothing left.

January 16, 2013  08:25 AM ET

pretty sure Broncos fans FEEL like John Fox should be unemployed

 
January 16, 2013  08:47 AM ET

At least Denver has an owner who seems to be trying hard to win. A few other owners in the NFL could take a lesson.

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