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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.
Wednesday, 20 November 2013 11:59

Screw the Patriots, bench the Broncos’ starters

"Let Manning rest his ankle, Julius rest his knee, Welkah rest his noggin and Decker, Knowshon and Demaryuis recover from whatever nicks, cuts and bruises may be vexing them. Give the offense a bye week and hand New England a victory all the while taking extra time to scheme for the Chiefs again at Arrowhead."

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"It’s easy enough to scoff at the traditional dailies and their aging business model and say that it serves them right that they are withering. The industry was too slow to react to their changing environment. But we can’t afford to lose them."

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Some weeks in the NFL, as in life, things don't go the way you expected them to. It stands to reason then that going against the grain can sometimes pay dividends - as our Buddy Snyder proved this week, going an impressive 9-3-3 against the spread in our annual NFL pickoff contest. Snyder had been pulling up the rear since week one. That is no longer the case. That distinction now belongs to John Reidy who went 4-8-3 this week. Colin went 4-8-3 as well while Producer Scott Stafford went 5-7-3.

So ... for the season the standings are now: Colin (80-74-7) Scott (77-77-7), Snyder (68-86-7), Reidy (66-88-7).

The contest continues through the Super Bowl.

Monday, 18 November 2013 12:24

Orange Colored Glasses: Nine and One-derful

"The Chiefs came into Denver with pundits oohing and ahhing over their punishing defense but limped back home having been exposed, undressed, and revealed to be the frauds that they are."

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"The wait is almost over. The AFC West tilt that the entire Broncos' season has been building toward thus far kicks off at long last just after 6:30 Mountain time. Big questions are soon to be answered."

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(via Arrowhead Pride)

"First Sports Authority installed a big red neon ring around our football stadium. Then the City of Denver allowed the NFL to plaster visages of Joe Flacco all over our beloved city. Now our whore mongering scum bucket of a sleaze-bag douche Mayor has allowed the DENVER CITY AND COUNTY BUILDING TO BE LIT UP IN CHIEFS RED FOR THE WEEK LEADING UP TO THE K.C. GAME!"

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"Denver poses more of a threat to the KC illusion than every other team on their schedule put together. For the Broncos victory is a virtual certainty … assuming they don’t turn the ball over."

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She's baaaack.

Yes, it's the lovely Christina here once again to share with you her visions of the upcoming Broncos game and to offer predictions VS the spread for the rest of the NFL slate.

Wardrobe provided by 5280 Shirt Shop.

Thursday, 14 November 2013 12:15

Our week eleven NFL picks VS the spread

The South Stands NFL pickoff VS the spread rolls on. After week ten the standings are as follows: 1) Colin (76-66-4) 2) Scott Stafford (72-70-4), 3) John Reidy (62-80-4) 4) Snyder (59-83-4).

We are to a point in the season where Reidy and Snyder are going to need to start taking some risks if they want to catch up. How did our heroes pick this week? Click on.

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Thursday, 14 November 2013 11:20

Here are your real NFL power rankings 1-15

Every outlet that covers the National Football League is compelled to issue weekly “power rankings”. Magazines, web sites, TV shows and radio programs arrange all 32 teams into what they consider to be a weekly pecking order.

I have never prepared a “power rankings” list until now. The reason I feel like I need to do one of my own is that I continue to see the Kansas City Chiefs at or near the top of most lists. “Hogwash” I say. Kansas City has enjoyed an historic run of good luck but is not top overall NFL team by any stretch of the imagination.

How do the Chiefs rank? What about the Broncos? Read on for my unconventional “real” NFL power rankings 1-15. 

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