The Broncos keep doing what they need to do on their end in winning three in a row. They also got a little help from other teams, but not yet enough help to control their own destiny for the playoffs. What else do they need? Continue reading Broncos Playoff Standings: 2018 Week 14
The Broncos got a big win over the Steelers Sunday, therefore keeping their playoff hopes very much alive. What does that mean for Week 13? There’s a lot to digest this week, so let’s get right to it. Continue reading Broncos Playoff Standings: 2018 Week 13
In the spirit of Thanksgiving week, here are the paths each team can follow to fulfill their hopes of making the playoffs. And to make this especially sunny for each team, each scenario linked will contain the highest seed possible for the team in question, while also inflicting maximum misery upon each team’s division rivals. Continue reading The 2018 Playoff Path For 32 NFL Teams
The Broncos’ win over the Chargers may have saved whatever hopes they have at making the playoffs in 2018. So let’s seize the moment to see what it would take to get there. Continue reading Broncos Playoff Standings: 2018 Week 12
I’ll have much more to say on the topic of the pending free agents Denver has coming up in 2019 during my annual offseason roadmap at the conclusion of the Broncos 2018 season. But I thought it would be worth to quickly discuss some points made in a pending free agent review that Mike Klis wrote yesterday.
With the midterm elections in the United States concluding today, as usual I feel it’s appropriate to create a separate thread to cover the news that will unfold.
Also as usual, this thread will have two notes:
1. This is an inherently political thread. If you are not comfortable with discussing politics, then you may wish not to participate in this thread. If you do participate, keep discussion respectful. The simplest way to put it: attack ideas, not people.
2. There will be no hectoring from me saying that you should or shouldn’t vote. If you don’t have a major dog in any race, then by all means feel free to pass this election by. But if you do, then there is worth in casting your vote. Also remember that federal and state elections are only a portion of what’s at stake. There may be elections in your localities–city or county governments, citizen initiatives, school districts, highway districts, and the like–where your vote may be more impactful due to being part of a smaller electorate.