The 2015 Denver Broncos are set to kick off on Sunday against Baltimore, and I for one am ecstatic at the predictions of most of the experts around the league. From what I can tell, the Broncos will finish dead last in the AFC West (although I am not counting the Raiders as a true NFL team right now). They probably won’t win more than two games all season (Raiders).
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Of course, this is all John Elway’s fault. The talking heads, and Twitterverse keep telling me that Elway has no idea how to draft. None of his picks have panned out, and his free agent signings have not been enough to rescue this team from the eventual 2-14 showing that is in the Broncos’ 2015 future.
Don’t even get me started on Peyton Manning. That guy is so old and busted that he makes my Grandma’s 1995 Toyota Tercel look brand new. Sure, he has a great football mind, but he just can’t hold up to the physicality of the game. Bring on the Brock era. Peyton will likely be out for the season at the end of the first week.
A dark cloud is descending from the mountain tops, and it looks to be settling over Mile High.
Besides, he lost too many weapons during the offseason. No more Julius Thomas? The offensive line is practically all gone. Peyton Manning is going to miss all of his security blankets. And no offensive genius like Gary Kubiak will ever be able to work with him. Throw in the white towel.
Did I mention how great the Kansas City Chiefs are going to be this year. Alex Smith is exactly the quarterback to lead this team to the AFC West championship. I can see it now, as they roll into the playoffs, and Denver fans look on in despair. A dark cloud is descending from the mountain tops, and it looks to be settling over Mile High.
I guess the defense is alright. I mean, Chris Harris is no Darrell Revis, but he is serviceable. And I suppose the pass rush will get a few sacks here and there, but not like the Chiefs, or Houston. No, this defense will not be able to carry this team. There are just too many holes. Like the one Terrence Knighton left in the middle when he left to make the Washington Redskins a sure-fire Super Bowl contender.
The sky is falling Chicken Little, and nothing can save you. The experts told you it was happening. They said this team was going to be no good. I guess the Nuggets and Avs start soon enough?
Aug 22, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) throws in the pocket against the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports