The Irish connection is in full force right now.
Many have said that the Denver Broncos had the luck of the Irish with multiple comeback wins in 2011. The four leaf clover has nothing on the Broncos’ skilled fourth quarter comebacks, however.
The connection doesn’t end there. QB Brady Quinn, T Ryan Harris, and S David Bruton all attended Notre Dame where the Fighting Irish hold their leprechaun mascot near and dear.
As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, let’s face it, everyone is Irish for at least one day a year. Even those of us who normally sport Bronco orange make the conversion to green on this day.
Predominantly Orange has teamed up with Guinness to help them set the Guinness World Record for “The Largest St. Patrick’s Day Celebration” ever. With that said, I invite you to take the pledge that you are going to celebrate this Patrick’s Day in true Irish fashion – with Guinness.
All you have to do is go here to make your pledge. Click “Join the Party” and you will be taken to sign the pledge. It will ask for your first name, country, zip, and optional code. Please enter ORAN into the optional code field so that Guinness knows PO referred you.
Once you make the pledge, you can register for your chance to win a trip to Dublin for the St. Patrick’s Day after party.
That’s not all. After you take care of your pledge, leave a comment below telling us what the Broncos’ “luckiest” play of the year was. Where was the team most fortunate? Was it Marion Barber’s fumble in the fourth quarter? Was it Barber running out of bounds in regulation to stop the clock, allowing the Broncos to beat the Bears? Was it the team signing Willis McGahee in the off season? Tell us what it was, and you will be registered to win some great Bronco prizes such as t-shirts, hats, and even a Tim Tebow jersey. How’s that for a pot o’ gold?
As you celebrate St. Paddy’s Day with Guinness, please be sure to drink responsibly. Find a designated driver, use public transportation, and drink within your limits.