Denver would have gone up 49-17 on a pick-six linebacker Danny Trevathan to make the game into a laugher. Instead, Baltimore was allowed to make it more interesting than it should have been.
“FORMER Broncos Defender Pulls a DeSean Jackson”
That’s good hustle.
I don’t know who’s the bigger dipshit…DeSean Jackson because he pulled moves like this TWICE (once in college) or Trevathan because Jackson has already done it twice.
It appears that Mile High Stadium is haunted by the ghost of Steve Tasker.
HE SHOULD BE IN THE HALL OF FAME! SPECIAL TEAMS IS ONE-THIRD OF THE GAME!
He didn’t drop the ball. There’s so many white receivers in Denver, the spirit of Don Beebe just ran that defender down and slapped the ball loose.
Goddamnit, I actually fact checked myself but didn’t look past the first result.
It’s understandable. The Bills were full of speedy whities back then.
Even my brother-in-law, who knows about football as much as he does quantum physics, saw that and said, “He dropped it too soon.”
I hope the Trevathan touchback and the muffed Welker punt weren’t enough to deter Moose from what I’m sure was a joyful night of fapping.
You see he still hasn’t chimed in on this comment (thread-ender indeed). I’d say his night was the equivalent of the Sexcannon in a Texas whorehouse.
Lucky I have calluses. Idiot mistakes in a blowout are much better than in a close game.
Yes, Flacconator made quite the throw to an old receiver who can’t get separation from a linebacker. Other than that colossal derp Danny had a great game, just ask Dallas Clark.
Did anyone stop to think that maybe the University of Kentucky used a 99-yard field during Trevathan’s time there?
I hardly have the sharpest eye when it comes to really close plays, but even I could tell he dropped the ball too early.
Bastard cost me 6 fantasy points!
I didn’t even see he had dropped the ball too soon initially because I was already strutting around the living room like the Nature Boy. Thanks, Danny.
At least we got to see Saucy Jack Del Rio go full Marty Feldman eyes on him.
There is nothing funny than a crowd going from complete ovation to furious rage in a second.