• Menelik Watson to IR. Signed Cyrus Kouandjio. Cyrus was found in the offseason wandering on a farm in his underwear, confused where he was.

    https://www.milehighreport.com/2017/11/8/16623010/broncos-send-menelik-watson-to-ir-sign-former-bills-lions-ot-to-roster

    • Jeremy

      I thought he played in the chiefs and Philly games. Shows how much attention I have been paying

      • You’re right. The MHR article is definitely wrong about that. He was injured in the Giants game, but he did play the last two games.

        • Jeremy

          Alright. Good to know it’s not me but mhr that is wrong

          • RSH

            Have confidence in your fact checking abilities versus those of MHR’s.

          • Jeremy

            I actually started too, then thought ah what’s the point, I l’m sure mhr is right and I should get back to work. Good lesson in importance of fact checking

      • Sparks

        59 (92%) snaps in the Philly game alone. He must have really reaggravated something. 73 (100%) in the KC game.

    • The first year of Watson played out exactly as most expected… poor play, injuries, IR.

      • RSH

        All too true. I will concede that this was a terrible signing based on his previous play and injury history. The signing would have been more tolerable as a one-year prove-it deal. ElwayisGod7 will be none too pleased with the Kouandijo signing.

    • Watson’s injury will be another signal that the Broncos are not just a few players away from a Super Bowl like Elway and the coaching staff seem to believe.

      Still working on my article, but I will give a preview: You aren’t just a few players away from a Super Bowl when your offense needs a replacement at quarterback, tight end, right tackle and left guard, along with better WR depth and an upgrade at RB while your QB develops.

      • Jeremy

        What makes you believe the coaching staff or Elway thinks they are just a few players away?

        • Jeremy

          And more importantly, why would we fault them if they did unless they were making moves like trading a first round pick for a mid level veteran RT, which they haven’t done

        • Because of the unwillingness to start Paxton Lynch to see what they have, to the point that at least one Broncos report is saying they’ll go back to Trevor Siemian first if Osweiler struggles again.

          • Jeremy

            Fans no very little about whether Paxton has any long term benefit unless he’s put on the field. That isn’t true with the coaching staff. If they know he’ll just make a fool of himself there’s no benefit to be had by putting him out there (shutting up his supporters isn’t a valid reason, although it would be satisfying).

      • Nick

        TE, WR and RB help could be coming with Butt and the two Hendersons learning and recovering. QB is of course the big one.

      • Royalwithcheese

        No need to develop a QB if they go after one in free agency. If they do that and add a new LG, they can grab a RT, TE and WR in the draft. The offense would be immensely upgraded immediately, even if it cost them Talib.

        • RSH

          Assuming that we correctly select and develop these offensive draft picks.

          • Royalwithcheese

            You dare to question the Broncos’ ability to draft and develop offensive players?

          • Sparks

            Have we already given up on Butt and the Henderson’s?

          • RSH

            I have not, but I am concerned with the track record based on the selections and development of the likes of Cody Latimer, Jeff Heuerman, and Montee Ball. I have high hopes still for Jake Butt, Carlos Henderson, De’Angelo Henderson, and even Isaiah McKenzie to be important contributors on offense.

          • Sparks

            Agree with you there. The track record is certainly not stellar. I think most draft pundits (not that they are always right) thought both picks (Butt and Henderson the WR) were very good picks, especially where they were selected. Do I think Butt is the next Witten and Henderson is the next Boldin – no, but I would like to see what they can bring to the offense.
            I do have worries after Henderson (WR) pretty much showed hands of stone all OTA’s/TC. Hopefully he’s working with a JUGGS machine once he’s able.
            I wonder why Henderson (RB) hasn’t even gotten a sniff at a carry (no, i’m not including the ill-fated fake punt carry). We’re quick to want to replace the QB to see if we can generate a spark, but there’s been no mention of getting Henderson a carry or two. I know they’ve pretty much made him inactive since Booker has come back but none of our 3 RB’s are setting the world on fire. Even though he was a TC darling, maybe he’s more Oman than we thought.

          • Royalwithcheese

            You could be right about DHenderson, but I think the team figures he’ll take on JC’s role next year.

          • Sparks

            If they don’t think JC will be part of the picture next year and this season has turned south, I’d hope they get Henderson some real playing time. Much like some of the other positions we’ve discussed, it’d be nice going into the draft next year with more knowledge on the young player. Who knows, maybe he knocks out a few 100 yard games down the stretch and makes RB less of a perceived need than it is right now.

          • Royalwithcheese

            Not at all, but even with Butt in the fold, I think they’ll need another young TE. Virgil will not be back, and I don’t think Heuerman will be either. Derby’s spot is tenuous.

            With Chenderson and MaKenzie (assuming he makes it), that still leaves one WR spot. It’s time to move on from Fowler, Sunshine and Latimer. I don’t think it will be too difficult to find one in the draft.

            DHenderson will get some run next year, especially if the team cuts CJ. They should still look for an upgrade at that position if possible.

    • RSH
      • Royalwithcheese

        WHO COULD’VE SEEN THIS COMING??? WHO COULD’VE SEEN THIS COMING???

    • Nick
      • RSH

        Do you think that the Broncos will make Watson a pre-June 1 cut in 2018?

        • Nick

          Tough to say. They could also renegotiate the guarantee like they did with Stephenson.

        • Royalwithcheese

          What would be the benefit of keeping him around in any capacity? I seriously doubt his ability to move to OG, and he has proved over and over again that he can’t stay healthy.

  • CFD1983

    No way Cyrus can come in and start, I️ would think he would need a couple weeks to get into the program and playbook, so I would expect a oline shuffle for a week or so…

    • Sparks

      I’m assuming Barbre to RT again and Garcia at LG? Who else could they roll in? McGovern to platoon with Garcia maybe.

      • Nick

        Is Stephenson healthy yet?

        • Sparks

          I don’t think he is.

        • Jeremy

          That was my thought too

    • Forrest Trump

      I don’t think they could have possibly anticipated Watson getting injured. It is so unprecedented and shit.

      • diningerj

        Same thought here…..

  • RSH

    Please pardon my self-aggrandizement, but Steve Atwater just liked one of my tweets.

    https://twitter.com/RSH089/status/927953128699375616

  • RSH

    Sam Bradford’s career may be over.

    https://twitter.com/RapSheet/status/928289168639315968

    • Jeremy

      You have to think someone gives him a chance. Maybe he makes less than he has but I believe if he wants a job he’ll have one

      • RSH

        If he has no knee cartilage left as some reports are indicating, he will not be offered the type of money that he has become accustomed to receiving.

      • Nick

        I just hope that for once he doesn’t get overpaid based on the fact that he was the last 1st overall pick under the old CBA.

      • ohiobronco

        In his last game he had no specific injury and yet he looked like he could barely walk. I don’t think he will play again.

    • JMac

      You know how people can play with an elbow brace, or a knee brace?? Maybe he can petition to use one of these:

      http://www.kneewalkershop.com/kneerover-all-terrain-steerable-knee-walker-knee-scooter/

    • The Color Orange

      Sounds like the decision may have been driven partly by fear of losing Sloter. (Start Jeremy meltdown in 3..2…1…)

      https://twitter.com/RapSheet/status/928236856612925440

    • Yahmule

      In only took him seven years, but least he finally finished an NFL season with a winning record by going 2-0 this year.

    • Yahmule

      I still can’t believe Philly turned this stiff into Derek Barnett and Jay Alayi.

      http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2017/0827/r250009_600x400_3-2.jpg

  • RSH
  • CFD1983

    Oline troubles … Garcia is stuggling, Barbre would switch off with him, McGovern when he would come in struggled, now with Watson out, Stepheson hurt, we will see in the short term Barbre to RT, until Cyrus gets up to speed but don’t put to much confidence in him yet either…this is a cluster and on the staff, this was not hard to see coming with Watson, many on this site called it out with his history of injuries, then trading your Sambrelio and cutting Schofield ( who was a guard not a tackle, and played better than Garcia) was poor planning..

  • RSH

    https://twitter.com/ProFootballTalk/status/928286339103166465

    The news was that the Giants have told their scouts to start taking a close look at incoming college quarterbacks. The implication could be this: Davis Webb is about to start playing.

    Before deciding whether to use what likely will be a high first-round pick on a quarterback in 2018, the Giants first need to know whether they will be entrusting the job to 2017 fourth-round rookie Davis Webb.

    Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was a fourth-round pick a year ago, and look at what he turned out to be. With Webb, there’s only one way to know what he’s going to be — they need to get him on the field. And they definitely need to do it before they put the name of another quarterback on a draft card.

    Which means that the Giants will have to bench Eli Manning. Which likely would guarantee that, whoever the quarterback is in 2018, it won’t be Eli.

    • Royalwithcheese

      You mean another team is acting rationally in its approach to the QB position? Maybe the Broncos will take note.

      • Sparks

        The Giants are 1-7 and are all but mathematically eliminated from the post season (the only team with a worse chance are the 0-9 9’ers). So, yes, that would be the time to play the other QB to see what you got. I don’t think it’s time for the Broncos to give up on their season just yet. This Sunday’s game would go a long way to deciding if we’re still contending or looking towards next year.

        • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

          Giants will essentially have their pick of whomever they want in what is supposed to be (on again, off again) a deep quarterback draft. I definitely agree with seeing what you have in Webb, in a lost season. They may never have a chance to draft this high again.

          • Yahmule

            This class is definitely deep. It just might not be as overloaded with franchise guys at the top as was once feverishly speculated.

      • Yahmule

        Well, what are they doing differently than us? Drafting a QB because a Manning got old? We’ve done that twice now.

        • Royalwithcheese

          What Sparks said. Time to go see what they’ve got before deciding to draft a QB.

          • Yahmule

            I think Lynch will play this year. I agree that it would be unfair to yank Oz after his first start in nearly 11 months. I don’t know if the talk about Siemian in week ten isn’t more about keeping the reporters from turning PL’s first start into an event.

  • Royalwithcheese

    From a discussion last night. This was a screen to JC on the left. BO never looked that direction and fired incomplete to Eman. Not that he had any time or anything. Different angle shows this would’ve gone for a TD.

    https://twitter.com/baldynfl/status/927917958386634757

    • RSH

      I was scratching my head about Osweiler’s read on this play, particular if the screen pass was the primary call. This goes for a touchdown if Osweiler makes the correct read. If two linemen and the running back are setting up for a screen pass, then I would surmise that Osweiler may have been confused as to the primary play call that he made unless he checked at the line of scrimmage.

      This further shows that the issue is not the playing call. Mike McCoy is calling plays to put players in position to succeed. The execution is severely lacking.

      • Sparks

        I think your last line could apply to Kubiak last year as well.

      • SteveS

        I said it last week and will repeat: I watched Os a lot last year as I live down here; his decision making was worse than his mechanics. IMO, he has no future in the NFL except as a stopgap injury replacement and even then, the rest of his team would have to step up to compensate (thus RSH’s game plan for Sunday night). Now watch him go out and spin magic on Sunday to make me look like an idiot – I can only hope.

    • gobroncos

      Usually on a screen, the QB continues to drop back to let the pass rushers come to him and give room for the RB behind them to catch and run. Os planted and threw to Eman without even considering the screen. Either Os changed the play and no one else heard, or he fucked up.

    • BlackKnigh

      It looks like this play worked very well except for who Oz threw the ball to. It probably would’ve gone for a lot of yards and maybe a TD. That would have turned the momentum of the game.
      Hope Oz works this out. IMO – Siemian makes this play work.

  • RSH
    • Yahmule

      Doc Samson cosplay?

    • The Color Orange

      Apparently Day still has those incriminating pictures of Elway.

  • SteveS

    Me thinks Belichick is going to target DStew relentlessly on Sunday – we need a 2015/16 performance from that guy to prevail this week.

    • Royalwithcheese

      They’re gonna get him singled up on Gronk every chance they get. They know Amendola, Hogan and Cooks aren’t getting free.

      • RSH

        Hogan may not play. It’s going to be all about Gronk, James White, Dion Lewis, and some Dwayne Allen on Sunday night.

        • Carsonic

          When you put it that way, I don’t feel like we have a snowball’s chance in hell.

  • Yahmule

    August 29th: Skynet becomes self-aware.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOC-0dGWkAAPefQ.jpg

    • Sparks

      Zombies, Schombies. This right here is the real threat to human life as we know it.

      • Royalwithcheese

        It’s a race between Republicans and AI.

        • Yahmule

          I, for one, welcome our android overlords.

          • Royalwithcheese

            The question is, can cyborg superhumans somehow use technology to defeat the robots.

          • Yahmule

            Nope. They’re gonna wipe us out like so many corrupted files. Then, it will be the crazy ants turn.

          • Alaskan
          • Yahmule

            Brockman is the guy who shoots the resistance leader in the back with eight minutes left in the movie.

      • Yahmule

        Hawking and Musk seem quite serious when discussing how carefully we should tread here. It will almost certainly begin with a too-smart fridge or a rogue Roomba.

        http://d28hgpri8am2if.cloudfront.net/book_images/cvr9781471134371_9781471134371_lg.jpg

        • gobroncos

          I recently saw Chappie on Netlfix. Good movie, but most of these AI movies accelerate the AI capabilities to work within a humanoid robot, then claim it has to learn all these things, but does so in a short amunt of time.

          Real AI will probably happen in lab with multiple supercomputers with millions of lines of codes and algorithms set to self write and learn which will take years and years of experiments and teaching exercises. A humanoid robot most likely will never be involved.

          The only thing they really need to do and be careful of is making sure whatever AI IS created if it does ever happen, is to make sure it’s not connected to an outside network. It’ll HAVE to be completely isolated from the WWW as in no connection at all, no way for it to ever “leave” the facility from which it was designed.

          • Yahmule

            Probably walk out in someone’s pacemaker.

    • I need to find that Twitter thread that an actor (his name escapes me) shared about the visits actors and writers make to tech companies to learn more about technology so they can be more accurate when writing movies and TV shows that talk about future tech. He mentioned how those tech folks are more interested in talking about how great these advancements are but never bother to ask themselves whether they should be exploring such advancements when they could carry serious consequences.

  • RSH
    • InSiemianWeTrust

      There will be a designated scatback chipper.

  • Lonestar47

    To all that want changes to RB (since ours can’t get any yards ). Or QB because they can’t find open receivers. Or TE because they have few catches.

    Please stop. You can have have all pros any any or all of those spots. IF THE OL is not doing their job none of those pro bowlers are goons do squat.

    After seeing the schedule, I️ said 7-9 if we do not get hurt much.

    Folks this is a blow off year. IMO go for the top five picks at this point. Maybe we can pick up another Von Miller type on the offensive side of the LOS as they have to fix that OL at OC, ORT, probably another top OG.

    Since Paradis has had surgeries on hips and IIRC back it is a matter of time before he is gone. Not to mention how many times he has been pushed right back into the QB. Garcia can’t pass block and IMO the jury is still out on his run blocking.

    That leaves us with Bolles and Leary.

    Get 5 more top tier guys to go with them and most of the offensive issues are solved.

    I’ve been saying this since 2002.

    The only reason we won a super bowl is Manning was fast on the draw in reading defenses and we had a stellar D.

    • The Color Orange

      Trust Lonestar to join the legion of the stupid. Tell Russell Wilson that even All Pro QB can’t have success with a bad offensive line.

      • Alaskan

        Why so rude to Lonestar? His point is not totally irrational.
        Average skill players behind an excellent line can take a team pretty far.

        • Sparks

          I don’t have the research to back it up, but my assumption is it would be much more likely that an excellent line with average players would be much better overall than vice versa.

          • Lonestar47

            look at what happened in Dallas the stocked up on top picks on their OL all of a sudden they got VERY good with not top picks behind that OL..

          • RSH

            Except for that Ezekiel Elliott top pick guy.

          • Lonestar47

            have not follwed the draft all that tight. what pick was he?

          • RSH

            Elliott was the fourth overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.

          • Lonestar47

            I stand corrected. How about we put him behind our OL wanna bet on how good he is?

          • RSH

            The Broncos’ offensive line has had its moments run blocking this season. I think that Elliott could play well behind this line against certain teams. The pass protection is where the major problems lie with Denver’s offensive line.

          • Lonestar47

            ” I think that Elliott could play well behind this line against CERTAIN TEAMS”..

            You see that is still the problem.. CERTAIN TEAMS If you can not do it when you HAVE to it does not matter.

            If you can not get 3.5 to 5 yards a run consistently they OWN you.

            Anderson ran well against certain teams.

            Your correct it is indeed pass protection which means either we do not have the right talent (Elway) or they are not being coached properly (Joseph/Elway).

            It has been the OL since Stink/Zim/Tom and the others retired or probably more so since Gibbs left been crap..

          • Yahmule

            The Cowboys have picked in the top ten three times since 2011. This is one of the Broncos biggest problems. Only one pick lower than 20th in the last seven years.

          • Nick

            The Broncos have also picked in the top ten only once in the past quarter century. That’s a fact I’m highly proud of.

          • Yahmule

            The previous top ten pick came in a draft that was pitifully weak at the top. Mike Croel was all but invisible for most of his time in Denver. Reeves last three drafts were just incredibly bad.

          • BlackKnigh

            Mecklenberg made Croel look better than he actually was. An awful pick – where there was a need elsewhere.

          • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

            We controlled the LOS on Defense when we won our last Super Bowl, but people forget that we dominated the LOS on Offense when we won our first 2. Dallas obviously didn’t forget how they won their last 3.

          • Lonestar47

            I hate the cowgirls and mostly jerry, for what he did to that team over the years.

            However he finally got his head out of his ass and drafted TOP picks for his OL that was all that was needed to make them a heavy contender.

          • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

            I think the credit might need to go to Stephen Jones for that.

          • Lonestar47

            I suspect your correct, BUT I have to give credit as much as I hate him, jerry for allowing it to happen.

        • Lonestar47

          Look at all of the very good teams one thing they have in common is they control the LOS they higher scoring teams have damned fine OL’s

      • Lonestar47

        pretty sure he is surrounded by more talent than we have on our OL. PLUS he is VERY mobile.

    • G Mik

      You have been pounding that drum for the longest. We lucked out with Manning/Osweiller as the defense was so damn stout it also made up for the deficiencies on O. There is no question this is one of the issues holding us back and who knows what T Sizzle could have been if we had a solid o-line. However, fighting for his life week in and week out has made the poor guy mush.

      I would argue we need a QB and O-line to be any good but that the QB is more important. That said, look what happened to Andrew Luck. He could only do so much on his own and now his career is in jeopardy. This definitely needs to be fixed.

      • Lonestar47

        I agree about Luck..

        I tend to think we have more than enough talent behind that LOUSY OL We have pro bowlers at WR, RB and even a strong potential HOF guy in Charles, Booker has been impressive on occasion. TS may not be a pro bowler but is good enough to make plays when he is not getting his brains beat out.

        The tackles are the point of the problem..in particular ORT where the stud pass rushers normally play.

        to the doubters we fixed the DL/OLB spots and all of a sudden we are a top ten defense.

        Dallas fixed their OL with 5 first rounders walla they have two offensive rookie of the year candidates.

        those two guys behind our OL would suffer in production. Just like our guys are.

        When you control the LOS above average skill guys become potential pro bowlers.

    • BlackKnigh

      After watching the replay of Sunday’s game – I tend to agree with him. When you have your QB getting hit on every pass play – your OL needs replacement parts. The rush came up the middle and around both ends.
      There is a deficiency of good OL players in this league right now. Unless you draft them and develop them – you usually are going to windup with a porous OL.

      • Lonestar47

        Well I did not get to see MOST of the game as being an out of market viewer they switched to some other game whence I turned it off and deleted the game for the DVR.

        I have to say Philly has a great DL and defense overall. So it means our guys are either the bad or we do not have the ability to change schemes to counter act what they were doing. (coaching/coordinators)

        IIRC we cut loose some really promising OTs in order to keep that slug that can’t pass protect worth a damn.

        • BlackKnigh

          One of the issues with the OL in the 2 Kubiak years was the coaching. Dave Magazu was a good OL coach. I think Davidson is as well. But the guys in between left some to be desired. That kind of interruption in planning for OL players can lead to this quality of personnel. In an ideal situation – both Schofield and Sambraillo should be starting for Denver as bookend OTs or as OT and OG. Doesn’t always work that way.
          And actually – teams that never seem to do well – exhibit this very much. Never a consistent plan for moving forward. In all phases of the game. With an excellent OL – a young QB worth his salt should be able to develop making his reads and not having to zero in on one guy hoping that he can throw the ball before he gets pounded to the turf.

          • Lonestar47

            outstanding understanding of what is the problem IMO..

          • BlackKnigh

            The Chargers have begun to address this. They drafted an OG with both their 2nd and 3rd pick in 2017. Those guys should be pushing for playing time either late this year or in TC next year. They also picked an OT late. If he makes the team – he is probably a project.
            They have a QB a few years from retirement. They should get their OL built by the time there is a young guy calling the signals. Then the trick is to continually renew it. And that has to be factored into the rest of the team – what position gets more love at one particular time.
            The key is to do some long range planning. This may be next to impossible for some teams – but this certainly is more palatable than trying to plug the holes in the dike every year.

  • Yahmule

    This is the guy you want as your teammate.

    November 8, 2017

    • DCJ1
      • Yahmule

        Great article. Thanks for posting that, DCJ1.

      • BlackKnigh

        Thank you! A real tribute to a great pitcher. The author talked about complete games. My apologies to Yahmule about the Dodgers – but when the Baltimore Orioles swept the Dodgers in 1966 – they used 4 pitchers. Dave McNally stated the first game and was relieved by Moe Drabowsky. Jim Palmer pitched game 2; Wally Bunker pitched a 1-0 shutout in game 3 won by Paul Blair’s HR and McNally went the distance in game 4. 1-0 won by Frank Robinson’s HR.

  • The Color Orange
    • Sparks

      Hopefully this is just one of the veteran’s day off things. If not, this helps explain the Dillon Day move. Removing Watson and Paradis from an already poor OL….damn.

    • CFD1983

      Hopefully nothing bad.. Matt is one of the nicest toughest kids on this team!

    • RSH
    • Laces Out

      Not blocking…status unchanged

  • Sparks
    • Carsonic

      Wow.

    • InSiemianWeTrust

      Shaquille Griffin (DB) Seahawks brother.

  • The piece I have been working on about the state of the Broncos is up now.

    https://in-thinair.com/2017/11/08/time-for-the-broncos-and-fans-to-take-a-step-back/

  • RSH
    • Yahmule

      He would liven up post game interviews.

    • Nick

      A waiver claim would only cost a minimum of $450k and a maximum of $750k (per gamers). But one has to wonder why kind of injury he has, if it’s even worth it. Also, if no one claims him then I’m very certain the Patriots will lose a 4th or 5th round comp pick. They may be able to get that saved if he’s claimed and plays one more week.

  • InSiemianWeTrust
    • Royalwithcheese

      Lamar Jackson, my guy, is no. 3.

  • InSiemianWeTrust

    Giants should 100% play Davis Webb.

  • Royalwithcheese
    • Sparks

      Thanks for posting.

  • RSH
  • RSH
  • ElwayIsGod7

    So…any pre-game tailgate party recommendations for those of us making the pilgrimage to see Brady tear his ACM in Mile High?

  • Yahmule

    My incredibly talented and creative wife is always working on something. She has made custom themed quilts for friends, family, charity, our veterinarian and a bunch of babies. She made this one for me. It was designed from pieces of several old Bronco t-shirts (and a few relatively new ones) and it is magnificent.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOJ1ymzVQAA78c1.jpg
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOJ13EAUEAE1V2e.jpg
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOJ15QDVAAAqgOz.jpg
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOJ17V8UMAAvJ0m.jpg

    • Carsonic

      Nice!

    • WhoShotBobbyHumphrey

      Very cool!

    • Nick

      Awesome! Now just keep it away from Santa’s Little Helper:

      https://i.imgur.com/loZ4BZq.jpg

    • BlackKnigh

      She is one talented lady!! These are gifts that will last a lifetime.

      • Yahmule

        Thank you! She has such a huge heart. Here are a few more quilts she made for people.

        The first one was for her best friend’s 13 year old granddaughter and I believe it’s my favorite (second favorite now). Nadia said she wanted a quilt full of “skulls and mustaches” and I think she got her wish.

        The next two are a couple of Halloween quilts. Finally, the patriotic one at the bottom she donated to our local VFW for a charity auction. Over 2400 individual pieces in that one. I can barely wrap my head around that.

        https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOKSewXUEAAfI0N.jpg
        https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOKSo71UEAAOn5-.jpg https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOKSmj6VQAANdjU.jpg
        https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOKSiK2VoAEtHvt.jpg

        • Kyle Milligan

          Awesome!

          You two ever make it to the int’l quilt festival?

          • Yahmule

            No, but I see they hold them in Houston, so we probably will do it some year.

          • Kyle Milligan

            I used to work with their main organizer. Nice folks who put those shows together, and some serious artwork goes into these things.

        • BlackKnigh

          Amazing work! My mother made about 35 quilts the old fashioned way. Our living/dining room was half taken up by the quilt that she was making at the time. All hand done. I still have one. She passed away in 1975 so each one is a treasure. As her eyes continued to dim – her dedication to finishing them had to be more and more intense.

    • masonjar

      Yahmule, your commitment to the Broncos, and to T-shirt collecting is admirable. Wonderful work by your wife!