"These Denver radio personalities, along with the sports anchors from the local television stations, Drew "Sea Lion" Soicher, Tom Helmer, Raul Martinez, etc, make up a small sliver of the 5,000 or so total talking heads assembled in the Big Apple to cover the Broncos' sixth appearance in the big game."
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Drew Soicher's famous sea lion picked the Patriots to beat the Broncos in the AFC Championship game so, darling as it may be, the creature has lost all credibility (Soicher, not the sea lion).
Enter Buffett, the manatee at Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium in Sarasota, Florida, who has correctly predicted the winner of the game for the past six years. Buffett has given his nod to Denver.
Soicher is all wet. This is a sea creature Denver can trust.
La La Anthony, who is fat and who reportedly tastes like Honey Nut Cheerios, and who's man everybody knows cheats on her all the time, told ESPN "if I can live in Denver I can live anywhere". Quite a slam toward a city that for so long funded her apparent Frito addiction.
This quote was given as part of a story on her old man's pending free-agency and his desire to stay in New York. The fat woman was trying to make the point that she'll follow Carmelo anywhere - which may not be a bad idea since he seems to find a new woman around every corner.
"in the lousy Eastern Conference the Knicks are closer to being a playoff team with 17 wins than the Nuggets are in the West with 22"
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(via USA Today's "For the Win" blog)
Welp. There's no reason to play the Super Bowl now becuase the good folks at EA Sports have already simulated the game using Madden 25.
The Broncos won in a tight game that began with a Richard Sherman pick six. Ultimately, Matt Prater kicked a game-winning field goal. Final score, Broncos 31, Seahawks 28.
Our fellows, Colin, Riedy, Scott Stafford and Snyder have been battling all season long picking every single NFL game VS the spread. Last week they did the over / unders, too. So where do our pickers stand with just one game yet to be played?
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"Remembering “the Boz” brings back colorful memories of the days when the Broncos were always contenders but never brought home the trophy."
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We've all heard Broncos tribute songs. They are usually hacked together by some wannabe rapper and sometimes pay tribute to Steph Curry which is incredibly strange.
Finally a real Denver band with actual instruments (and talent) has recorded one. Here are the Railbenders with "Time to Ride" .
"The upcoming Super Bowl offers Peyton Manning the chance to kill two narratives with one stone. It’ll be a big game. There aren’t games any bigger. And it will be cold."
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(via Busted Coverage)
Oh, those silly Raiders.
According to a lawsuit filed by one Oakland cheerleader the Raiders don't pay the Raiderettes minimum wage. "Lacy T" asserts that the girls are paid $1250 for an entire season worth of work including appearances. By Lacy's math it comes to under $5 per hour. California's minumum wage is $8.
Lacy also claims that the Raiderettes get fined for things like forgetting ther yoga mats.
Read the entire suit at Busted Coverage.