Doom Is Due: Denver Broncos’ Elvis Dumervil Deserves A Deal

May 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Doom . The etymology of which is from the Old English: dóm, meaning a  "judgment, sentence, decree, law"
An example would be something like this:
These are the dooms which King Æthelberht established in the days of Augustine...
If a man slay another, let him make bot with a half leodgeld of 100 shillings...
While King Æthelberht was forced to put a heavy price on his subjects from killing each other, Coach McDaniels and Broncos owner Pat Bowlen need to put a heavy price on their subject who thrives on killing the other team's quarterback.
For in Denver, Doom means only one thing. An attack upon the quarterback by Elvis Dumervil.
Few players in the NFL have surprised the league in a more dramatic way then Elvis Dumervil has.  With 43 sacks in his first four seasons, despite being listed as under six feet tall and having moved from a pure defensive end to an outside linebacker, Dumervil has proved all doubters...

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