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Colin Daniels

Colin Daniels

Colin is the emcee of the South Stands Denver Fancast and maintains our Twitter and Facebook accounts.

Everybody's favorite prognosticating Broncos fan is back for week sixteen - blasting the Broncos secondary for its performance against San Diego, predicting the outcome of the Texans game and giving you her take-it-to-the-bank NFL picks.

Follow the lovely Christina on Twitter @yeswhatIsaygoes

With Renaud Notaro (@renknowitall) in Houston for the Broncos game Colin and Jennifer (@theMondayMonmy) took over the Mile High Sports radio studio Thursday night for one glorious hour. The first segment was a little all over the map but they reeled it in for the second segment and then the Gladiator himself, Brandon Spano joined them for the third.

This show has it all - naked old men, hot people working out behind plate glass windows, erectile disfunction, poop and, of course, smoking. Oh, and we talked local sports. 

 

Denver police are on the look out for this man. A woman photographed him with her phone while he leered at her and masturbated on an RTD light rail train according to 7 News

Naturally, he is a Raiders fan.

If you see this man please contact the authorities. Do not attempt to approach him as he is probably prone to stab.

Whoa, man. Either we all unknowingly ingested some killer hallucinogens or the baseball card company Topps actually named the Colorado Rockies their "Organization of the Year" and, since none of us are seeing tracers, it must have actually happened at baseball's winter meetings.

 According to the company, the award "is based on points given for the number of players in the organization that have received Topps awards during the season in various Minor and Major League rookie categories".
Jeff Bridich, the Rox' player development director said: "It shows what happens when there's a lot of good work from a lot of different parts of the organization, and on the part of the players." Seriously. He said that. 

Dick Monfort said, "Needless to say we are very proud of this and we have a lot of talented players throughout our system." I'm not kidding. 

And here we thought the Rockies sucked. 

Are you going to bogart that vitamin C?

 

 

 

"The idea that the Broncos should provide Eli Manning with a landing spot is ridiculous. But ridiculous is what Mark Knudson does best"

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I know how Dez Bryant feels.

I, too, just watched my lead get erased in the South Stands' annual NFL pickoff VS the spread.

I went 6-9 this week, allowing Scott Stafford who went 8-7, to open up a two game lead on me. Meanwhile, Snyder, who also went 8-7, continues to climb back from his awful start. Reidy went a dismal 5-10 this week and continues to slip in the contest.

Our guest picker, Adam Kinney of Denver Sports Nation Radio went 7-8.

For the season Scott leads with a record of 110-103-8. I fall to second at 108-105-8. Snyder is in third at 103-110-8 and Reidy is pulling up the rear at 90-123-8. Ouch.

It's hard to believe that the fantasy season is almost over - but it is. The Championship games in #SSDFFL and #SSDFFLB are right around the corner and then it's time for the end of season party at the NEW Abbey Tavern on Colfax on Sunday, January 5th at 1:30 pm. All are welcome - players and non-players alike. 

More information after the jump.

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"Denver’s defense has a golden opportunity to quiet its doubters in much the same way Peyton Manning did by beating the Titans on a frigid day. And, just like Manning’s “accomplishment”, it won’t really mean a whole lot. But even a little window dressing can’t hurt."

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The Broncos have added a pass-rusher. He's not too little - but is he too late?

Jeremy Mincey, the 30-year old defensive end, was cut by the Jaguars on Friday after continually being late to team meetings, according to the Florida Times-Union

He had been given several second-chances. Yet, even after having been de-activated for games because of his tardiness, Mincey sauntered into the Jags facility fifteen minutes after a meeting had begun on Friday and was marched straight to the GM's office and let go.

And now he's our problem. Denver's pass rush has been so crummy that now we're counting on Jacksonville's table scraps.

Hopefully Mincey doesn't rely on rides from Von Miller.

"Sunday was brighter. Aside from being as sunny and warm as a December day can be, it was one on which the rest of the NFL sent the message that everything was going to be okay – football wise, anyhow."

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