July 31, 2014

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Pittsburgh & Detroit: NFL Towns That Bookend The League’s History Since the Merger

This is a football tale of two cities. Two industrial cities in the Rust Belt with long Pro Football histories.  In my book, NFL Since 1970, they are each paired with a team playing in a nicer destination of mid or south Florida. The older of which has only been playing in the big leagues […]

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June 2, 2014

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NFL Since 1970 Is Updated And That Means The Wait For Football Dwindles

It’s June and that means we are getting closer to having a kickoff in Canton Ohio for the Hall of fame Game that will be a huge help for Bronco fans. Not having the Super Bowl be the last game played in the league will be a step in our recovery. I just picked up […]

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March 27, 2014

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Off-Season Marches On With Usual & Not So Usual Events

Can I start this off with my cyber Buffalo Bills hat on? My family is mostly in Rochester New York I have a love for the Bills that is pretty significant. For Spring Break Linda, Some family and I were in Breckenridge Colorado taken in some great winter conditions (She ski’s I don’t). I was on […]

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January 20, 2014

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Broncos One Team Away From Having Faced Half The NFC In The Super Bowl

The Denver Broncos avoided a rematch of Super Bowl XXIV with the San Francisco 49ers and will now face a National Football League record  7th different team in a Super Bowl. When the Seattle Seahawks beat the Niners 23-17 in the NFC Championship game it kept the Broncos from being able to avenge that all-time worse 55-10 loss to San […]

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January 16, 2014

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Championship Week Comes To A Close… Who Is Gonna Pack For NYC & SB XLVIII?

So it took the Denver Broncos 365 days to get past a playoff opponent as the AFC’s number #1 seeded team. Ironically, the season prior they were #4 and made quick OT work of the Pittsburgh Steelers at Mile High with a guy at QB you loved or wished played TE… but I digress. It […]

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January 5, 2014

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Road Teams Go 3-1 in Opening Weekend of Playoff Action

Phil Dawson had that playoff game in mind when he jumped the Cleveland Brown’s dingy in favor of the San Fransico 49er’s Cruise Ship. First he rewards them with a team record number of kicks made in a row and then he boots them past the Green Bay Packers and sends GB into the off-season […]

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December 26, 2013

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Week 16: A Group Of Games To Remember

19-0 is what New England Patriots were striving for in 2007 when the New York Giants put them under the steamroller that was there own playoff effort. That Super Bowl loss made the Pats 18-1 for the season and that record had been attained by the Chicago Bears and San Fransico 49ers in the past. The […]

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December 17, 2013

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Week 15 Ends As Bad As It Starts But Dolphin’s 400th Win Since Merger Helps

A huge shout out to Rich, the other Horsemen (an exclusive group of crazed Bronco fans) and my buddy Lenny! They occupy the single best tailgating spot at the Denver Bronco’s home field… Sports Authority at Mile High. I was there that I filmed my segment for the John Fox Show that airs this Friday […]

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December 7, 2013

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Week 14 Matches Up Two best Regular Season Clubs Since 1970

Let me start by saying that 14 weeks into the Miami Dolphin’s 1st season of the new uniforms they have grown on me and other than that huge  aqua stripe on the helmet  I like the look.  It’s now been so long since they have been a threat to achieve anything that I am thinking of […]

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November 27, 2013

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Week 12 Tie By Packers Is Record As They Reach 9 No Decision Games Since Merger

Ties are no fun! But, if you are like me and cringe as you watch the overtime field goal fly through the up-rights to take a loss like a punch in the gut… they figure to be the lesser of two evils. My Denver Broncos took that Monday night loss pretty hard after a great […]

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