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Peyton Manning Watch

Just got a tweet from the Denver Post:

Photo: AP / Ross D. Franklin

The Denver Broncos’ private jet has scheduled a flight to Raleigh-Durham International Airport today.

According to flight tracking data on FlightAware.com, the plane was scheduled to take off from the Centennial Airport at 8:31 a.m. Mountain Time, arriving in North Carolina at 1:20 p.m. Eastern Time.

Although details of the trip are not known, free-agent quarterback Peyton Manning has been working out at Duke University in Durham, N.C. this week.

The Denver-area sports media is in a frenzy over a potential Denver Broncos – Peyton Manning deal, as you can tell.  It’s pretty funny.  They’re watching Every.  Single.  Move.

March 16, 2012 at 9:16 AM Leave a comment

God Leads Tim Tebow to AFC Playoff Win

The Denver Broncos just won the first tier of the AFC playoff games with a 70+ yard run back after a pass from Tim Tebow.

Tebow, of course, did “The Tebow,”

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Photo: AP

immediately afterward, embellishing it with a few fist bumps to the ground in a you-go-god-thank-you kind of way.

I thinks it’s the ultimate in arrogance on Tebow’s part (and the ultimate insult to god) if Tebow really believes god has so little to do that he’s hanging around on one guy’s shoulder (Tebow’s), helping him win a dang football game.

Come on.

January 8, 2012 at 8:23 PM Leave a comment

Does Tim Tebow Expect God to Do ALL the Work?

I live in the Denver area and I can tell you that the local sports shows aren’t at all happy with the Denver Broncos tonight. This is the kind of thing I’m hearing (as in a lot of irritation):

Whatever swagger the Denver Broncos had following their six-game win streak has flown out the window. The offensively offense-less Broncos lost 3-7 to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 17, dropping their third straight game to finish the 2011 season 8-8.

Tim Tebow‘s fourth quarter magic has been noticeably missing of late. …  His fumble in the second quarter within striking distance of the Chiefs’ end zone was an even larger game-killer. Tebow finished 6 for 22 for 60 yards and an interception.

6 for 22? In one game? Really?

Is the guy even trying?

Does he expect God to do all the work?

January 1, 2012 at 7:50 PM Leave a comment


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