November 21, 2014

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Broncos Face Team That Has Been Their Kryptonite

Denver dropped to .385 winning percentage against the team that now plays in St. Louis. That one of two teams that it has a winning percentage  of .417 or lower against. The other team is the Miami Dolphins. At .281 they are by far the organization that the Denver Broncos have the most trouble with. […]

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November 17, 2014

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NFC South May End Up The New Low In High Division Placement

The New Orleans Saints have been a victim of heading to a playoff site where a losing team was able to slide into the postseason. In 2010 the Seattle Seahawks won the NFC West and hosted the Saints with an all-time low 7-9 record while New Orleans finished second to the Atlanta Falcons after going […]

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November 16, 2014

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Denver Event To Learn About NFL Since 1970 Publication

If you are curious about the book and would like to hear me talk about how it came to be catch me at the Denver Press Club Tuesday night at 6PM. I will have copies there and it is being taped for a Channel 8 broadcast.   Also, Over the Holiday season I will be […]

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November 10, 2014

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Cardinals VS Lions in Week 11 Is A Winning Match Up Of Losers…

If you know my story of which teams I generally pull for (teams that were horrible in the 70′s and 80′s) you know I am torn in who to root for in AZ where the Lions are visiting this week. my book, NFL Since 1970, is a visual guide that shows the two least productive teams that kicked […]

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November 7, 2014

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When Milestones Like This Happen I am A Bronco Fan 1st & Historian 2nd!

I was hoping to have written this last week with a victory over the “Great-Since- 2001″ New England Patriots. Instead I have to press on and watch as the Denver Broncos attempt to beat the “horrible-since-2003″ Oakland Raiders. As a Bronco fan I can’t feel sorry for the epic collapse of the franchise that held every stat possible over […]

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October 15, 2014

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Packers Vs. Dolphins Match-up Highlight of Week 6

If you take notice of uniforms like I do it was an interesting contrast of colors when the  Green Bay Packers went down to face the southern most team in Miami. It’s a pretty obscure inter-conference match-up you don’t see but every four years if you are paying attention.  You know a ton of traveling […]

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October 6, 2014

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Steelers Vs. Lions The Blog Part II

So I was talking, in part I, about how respectable the NFL franchise in Detroit was prior to the AFL/NFL merger in 1970 while the team in Pittsburgh had no earned mementoes for fans to hang on the bedroom wall. When that fateful 1970 season kicked off for the NFC, Detroit found itself still battling […]

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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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