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Great Article on Bruce Arians and How Far This Team Has Come

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Man that was a good read. We are so blessed to have such a great coaching staff / owner / GM. It makes you forget about last year!

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I see the media giving the GM of the year award to Elway and I see them giving RG3 Rookie of the year.  I see no way that they can deny Pagano/Arians Coach of the Year. 

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"The forecast called for nuclear winter.... This is how it goes.' When you have good people, they understand that. We're in it to win. It's about the horseshoe."

 

The greatest journeys in life always start with a single step...A step you didn't know whether or not you were capable of taking..."what a great ride."

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The beauty of Cancer, if you can call it that, once you face the demon of your own mortality...There is nothing to be afraid of anymore & that redefined purpose, quiet confidence, & tenacity is infectious & it makes a team forget about criticism, doubt, naysayers, & the experts who tell you over and over again that you aren't good enough & you don't measure up...Just go out trust what you see, trust your instincts, and have your brothers/team mates makes back...

Once you remove fear & replace it rock solid team unity & collective cohesion, a team can charge through the gates of Hades & not get scorched or burned...All that is left is relentless intimidation of your opposition.

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The beauty of Cancer, if you can call it that, once you face the demon of your own mortality...There is nothing to be afraid of anymore & that redefined purpose, quiet confidence, & tenacity is infectious & it makes a team forget about criticism, doubt, naysayers, & the experts who tell you over and over again that you aren't good enough & you don't measure up...Just go out trust what you see, trust your instincts, and have your brothers/team mates makes back...

Once you remove fear & replace it rock solid team unity & collective cohesion, a team can charge through the gates of Hades & not get scorched or burned...All that is left is relentless intimidation of your opposition.

 

 

 

You're on a roll tonight brother!

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