Aug 2, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos fans attempt to get autographs following a scrimmage at Sports Authority Field. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
There was a time when the South Stands were a fun place to watch a Broncos game.
You didn’t sit the whole game.
You thought twice before you brought your kids or wore an opponents’ jersey there.
It was loud and raucous. It defined the Broncos and Broncos Country.
The best way to describe it was “Sons of Anarchy” at Mile High.
That is until Denver moved out of Old Mile High and into Sports Authority Field. When it did, the atmosphere went with it.
Now, the South Stands aren’t even a shell of what they once were.
I say that changes Sunday.
The South Stands, after years of being the whine and cheese crowd who snicker when someone blocks their view, awakens from its slumber and turns into what it once was.
At least with this last one, Broncos Country can keep dreaming because it will never happen.