We'll be telling our grand-children about this season, you guys. This is beyond odd, beyond curious. It's more than a miracle. It's a season of a lifetime.
Your Denver Broncos find themselves favorites at home against the Chicago Bears. They can't afford to take a win for granted with next week's clash with New England looming.
Resident Sports Columnist, John Reidy contributes to the A/V Club Denver/Boulder with his weekly piece titled "Jock Itch".
It's Bears week, so the current edition confronts Denver's strained relationship with quarterback, Jay Cutler. Here are some select quotations:
"Denver fans are now boning up on their potty talk to welcome another prodigal son back to the Mile High City"
"It’s too bad, because as the Tebow train keeps rolling, Cutler will be on the sidelines watching it pass him by."
"I think the time has come to forgive Jay Cutler. That’s right—in the spirit of the holiday season, let’s let bygones be bygones and give Jay Cutler a pass"
Forgive Jay Cutler? What is Reidy thinking? Read his entire column RIGHT HERE. Be sure and leave lots of nasty comments so that his editors know folks are clicking over.
"And it's whispered that soon if we all call the tune
Then the piper will lead us to reason."
Led Zeppelin, Stairway to Heaven
Wednesday's one-hour ESPN "Tebow Center" added to the non-stop Tebowing both the four-letter Network and on NFL Network has turned Tebowmania into the new "Stairway to Heaven". It's over-played, over-hyped and quickly growing tiresome.
Brandon Llloyd isn't a Bronco anymore so it's open season for haters. The only problem is that there isn't much to hate about him.
Tebowing is so two weeks ago. Get with it, loser. The internet sensation NOW sweeping the Nation is PEEBOWING, inspired by the bladder of one Nick Novak, place kicker for the San Diego Chargers. Get down one one knee like Tim Tebow and let the spirit flow!
Respected NFL commentator, Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com asserts that not drafting Tim Tebow led to the ultimate demise of the 9-year head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
There was much we did not yet know about the 2011 Broncos before the season began. We did, however, project them finishing the season 10-6. They will. And they will win the AFC West for the first time since 2005. We'll explain how.
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I never really liked sports until I had a religious conversion when the Broncos lost to the 49ers in that one Super Bowl. Now I'm obsessed with all aspects of the Denver pro sports world. Oh yeah, I hate college football. It's crap. Talk to me on twitter @johnreidydenver