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Is it too late to apologize to Ryan Cubit?
I don't know if Ryan Cubit reads this forum, but if he does I'd like to apologize for any criticisms of his performance last year I may have made.

It's quite apparent that we, the fans, didn't appreciate everything you were doing out on the field. In our ignorance, we focussed on errors that we attributed to you. We couldn't have been more wrong.

Please accept my apology if I was unfair in any criticism. You stood up to it all with fortitude and maturity that can be a lesson to all of us.
10-28-2007 12:39 PM
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RE: Is it too late to apologize to Ryan Cubit?
has it really come to this? Does anyone really need to apologize for their opinions? Will this somehow make this season go better.

Ryan seemed like a solid person, but I was not really a fan of his performance. Doesn't change the fact that he did something a lot of us never did.

Time to move on
10-29-2007 08:49 AM
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RE: Is it too late to apologize to Ryan Cubit?
SeaWaBronc Wrote:has it really come to this? Does anyone really need to apologize for their opinions? Will this somehow make this season go better.

Ryan seemed like a solid person, but I was not really a fan of his performance. Doesn't change the fact that he did something a lot of us never did.

Time to move on


Yeah, controlling an offense after losing two second round playmakers and willing this team to a bowl was not that great at all.

The kid was actually a great QB for us in that he was a bigtime leader and played w/courage. That taken he had a strong arm that allowed an offense to become productive, either by ball control or putting up points.

This kid made plays.

Philly point well taken
10-29-2007 09:26 AM
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RE: Is it too late to apologize to Ryan Cubit?
right, your opinion. Nothing more. Bring him back as a QB coach and then we will have a new reason to debate his skills
10-29-2007 09:28 AM
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RE: Is it too late to apologize to Ryan Cubit?
Quote:Does anyone really need to apologize for their opinions?

Maybe not, but I'm going to anyway. It's apparent to me at least that Ryan did a lot of things out there we didn't realize. Quietly, without fanfare or fan praise. But we jumped on him for errors he made or we perceived he made.

He never complained about fan reaction in any coverage I can remember.

I'm sure that I was unfair in some of my criticism. I'd like to make atonement. Anyone else can make their own choice on that.
10-29-2007 09:38 AM
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RE: Is it too late to apologize to Ryan Cubit?
I was on his side all the way. Those douchebags that blamed him for every problem should be eating crow, for RC though, the best revenge is living well.

I'm sure he'll be fine.
10-29-2007 09:47 AM
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RE: Is it too late to apologize to Ryan Cubit?
The apology to RC is deserved, but there will be those that were critical of him that would not own up to it. RC, was very good for the Broncos last year, and there were many fans that would not recognize that. I guess this year teaches all something, more of us should show a little humility.

The Cubit family will see this someway, so it was great that there was someone that did offer the apology, this Bronco will second the motion and encourage a unanimous vote on this suggestion.

Good luck, Ryan in your try out with the Rampage.

Proud to be a Bronco.
10-29-2007 11:28 AM
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RE: Is it too late to apologize to Ryan Cubit?
There's a certain bar owner in Richland who dogged RC like he had murdered his children. Won't hold my breath waiting for his.
10-29-2007 03:57 PM
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RE: Is it too late to apologize to Ryan Cubit?
Classy joint that it is.....what would you expect?
10-29-2007 04:09 PM
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