Royalwall-1

the Bradfather

  • joined Aug 14, 2009
  • last login Dec 15, 2009
  • posts 26
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I'm here to rejoice with my fellow Broncos fans as we dominate this season.

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The Marshall Plan Gives the Broncos Another Ally in the MSM

For Denver Broncos fans who want college football at the I-A level to develop a playoff system, MSM and BCS are equally egregious profanities whose sacrilege spits on the faces of all great...

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Losing Is Only Beneficial When Used Pragmatically

As one who loves team sports (especially the NFL!) and my Broncos, it's always disappointing to see the Broncos lose. Nevertheless, there is value in it, provided that defeat is handled in an...

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I Love This Team

I will be brief in today's post. Let me just say as we prepare to meet the Colts in Indianapolis Sunday, I love this team.   Mr. Bowlen, as I've stated previously, is the best owner in sports. Kyle...

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Here's Hoping We Can Vanquish the Colts

If there is one element in the NFL that transcends all, it has to be parity. Parity, combined with momentum, enabled the New York Giants to vanquish the New England Patriots, thus preventing the...

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Let's Win With Class; the Bronco Way!

For more than 20 years, I have been proud of my Broncos. From the days of studs like John Elway, Simon Fletcher, Shannon Sharpe and Steve Atwater to present times with Kyle Orton, Tony Scheffler, D...

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A Journalist's Responsiblity

This is a topic I have every right to speak at length upon as I am a professional journalist, Southern Utah University graduate, class of 2006, in case you were wondering.  Although we did not have...

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Adversity Reveals Character, Broncos Will Bounce Back

Today, I begin by waxing philosophical, even though I'm not Aristotle. In order for diamonds and other precious gems to be created, pressure must come among the rocks. Those rocks that can't handle...

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Friday Thoughts

To begin this thread, I have to call out my dear facebook friend and National Football Post genius Michael Lombardi. While those of us who are no longer under Jay Cutler's spell can call him a...

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The True Greatness of Coach McDaniels

I have no intention to attribute quotes to anyone, so I'll paraphrase my thought here: the true measure of a great person is how they maintain their composure in a time of adversity or affliction.  ...

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The Skins Are Wounded, Therefore Go For the Jugular Early

The way I see it: this weekend, there is a perfect storm blowing into Landover, Md of orange and blue content. The Redskins, once masters of the NFL, have fallen on hard times in the past 10-15...

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We'll Be Fine; Bring on the Skins

I will admit that Monday night's game was not Kyle Orton's best effort, nor were the Broncos playing their best football of the season. However, lest I be disrespectful to the Steelers (who...

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Welcome To Law (Pending Physical); Order Out of Whack in Las Vegas

Shalom Friends, (that's what Jim Nantz would say if he knew any Hebrew when he begins his broadcasts).   Anyway, it's interesting that Ty Law has come in for our secondary (pending his physical, of...

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Back to Reality Bronco Country

Yes, that loss to the Baltimore Ravens was disappointing, but much like previous colds or cases of the flu and (for most of us) collegiate exams, all that nonsense is in the past.   Every loss in...

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How To Beat the Steelers

Undoubtedly, when Pittsburgh fans read this headline, they'll be offended and call me out for my "arrogance." I hope I'm being presumptuous but having visited Behind the Steel Curtain, I fear this...

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The True Greatness of Drew Brees

Shalom, Saints fans! Perhaps some of you remember me from previous threads, but I am a proud Broncos fan (I'm ready for my squad to wear their orange jerseys Monday and knock the tar out of the S...

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Broncos Find Respite From MSM By Proving It on the Field

Those who know me are well-versed in my love for the Broncos. From the early days of my remembrance, the Broncos wore those majestic orange jerseys and as the likes of Charlie Jones, Dick Enberg...

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What Spencer Larsen Means To The Broncos

Injuries and adversity are not only staples of human existence in general, but more particularly in the game we all love: football. While some teams the Broncos have faced have suffered significant...

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Why The Ravens Should Be Respected

Buon giorno, fellow denizens of the MHR realm. I sincerely appreciate all the propitious comments I've received thus far although I'm one of the shortest-tenured bloggers here. I could do this at...

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God Bless Mr. Bowlen

There was a time when the Phipps family was ready to give up the Broncos in the early 1980s. From historical accounts I have found online in various places, this could have meant the Broncos going...

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The Importance of Finishing Well

As cliche as it sounds, it is well for the Broncos to remember it's not how you start, it's how you finish. With that said, what a way this season has started!   For starters, I'll explore our...

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A Change of the Guard in the AFC West; Broncos Manifest Legitimacy

This has been a really good day, even though, here in south central Utah, the weather sucks. The Broncos actually received a lot of plaudits from the MSM today as Michael Lombardi dedicated...

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Broncos Statistical Ramblings

By trade, I am a broadcast journalist in south-central Utah and a wanna-be NFL historian. This is not a platform for the greats of the past today, but perhaps future columns will be. I make my...

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Buckhalter's return can only help the Broncos

It's not that the Broncos' running game has been horrendous in Correll Buckahlter's absence, but with his apparent return occurring this Monday night at Qualcomm Stadium against the San Diego...

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Bolts Fans Are Stupid; Curran Converts to Broncoism

Before every Broncos game, I think it's in my best interests to go to other teams' blogs, which has led me to boltsfromtheblue.com the past few days. While the Chargers are the defending division...

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Give Rome His Props; He's a Believer

As a recent proselyte to the Mile High Report (I've been a Broncos fan for at least 24 years I can remember), I've been enraptured by the prolific and solid analysis provided by the stalwarts of...

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The Broncos Are Who We Thought They Were

First of all, let me say what a pleasure it is to be at the Mile High Report today.The Broncos are easily the most pleasant surprise of the season thus far in the NFL and are just as legitimate as...

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