View Full Version : Kiszla: Something big that Broncos have been missing: The DeMarcus Ware Effect

Denver Native (Carol)
10-27-2016, 11:59 AM
The knuckleheads who stole a Super Bowl 50 ring with DeMarcus Ware’s name on it might be the dumbest crooks caught on video since “Home Alone” hit your neighborhood movie theater more than 25 years ago.

Earlier this week, Ware returned to his Cherry Creek home after the Broncos beat Houston to discover thieves had messed with his stuff and carried away a 100-pound safe. Denver police have apprehended the suspects, whose naively unsuspecting faces were captured on a surveillance camera during the burglary.

It’s probably best for all concerned that the cops caught the criminal mastermind who thought it was a brilliant idea to take Ware’s ring, because if a 250-pound linebacker had walked in on the crime, it would not have been pretty. “I’m just glad I wasn’t in there when he was in there. I would have sacked him,” Ware said.

Don’t mess with DeMarcus Ware.

He’s angry now. And that’s bad news for the NFL.

Out of uniform since fracturing a bone in his forearm against the Indianapolis Colts during the second week of the season, Ware has returned to practice with the Broncos. It’s not yet 100 percent certain he will play Sunday against AFC West rival San Diego. But Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers better hope Ware does not suit up.

“He adds that fear factor. The O-linemen, they’re scared of D-Ware,” Broncos cornerback Chris Harris said. “There’s a big fear factor. O-linemen get scared when they see D-Ware.”

rest - http://www.denverpost.com/2016/10/26/demarcus-ware-effect-denver-broncos-mark-kiszla/

Denver Native (Carol)
10-27-2016, 12:02 PM
from same article

The Broncos did not suffer from a Super Bowl hangover, in the way a self-satisfied winner often rests on its laurels. But as the most brutally honest players on the team now admit, they did go into a post-championship funk that permeated the team and became evident to the rest of us during a disconcerting 100 hours in early October, when Denver suffered back-to-back losses against Atlanta and San Diego.

“We felt like we could just go in and beat anybody by doing what we do,” said Harris, revealing the team began to take winning for granted, with a false sense of security that Denver could emerge victorious even without playing its A-game. “Now we know we can be beat. That raised the alert for us.”


10-27-2016, 12:24 PM
rest - http://www.denverpost.com/2016/10/26/demarcus-ware-effect-denver-broncos-mark-kiszla/

Ware ought to be glad he wasn't tbere because it could have been sean taylor all over again, so im glad he and his family(if he has a wife and kids) weren't there.

10-27-2016, 12:55 PM
Something big that the Denver Post has been missing: the replacement for Mark Kiszla.

10-27-2016, 01:04 PM
from same article


That part is interesting. I wonder if it's all just something you say after you're in a slump, but it's interesting for Harris to come out and say it. They certainly showed more fire last week, so we'll see if that carries forward.

10-27-2016, 07:28 PM
as always, kiszla has zero idea what he's talking about. . .

the defense has been fine other than run D-- the pass rush has been kicking ass, and shane ray has played very well. . . you gotta love demarcus, but we miss vance walker way worse than D ware. . .