The Denver Broncos have truly become unwatchable, and at 3-8, the team still has six games left. Are there better things to do than watching the team? For the first time in a while, I went into a game filled with apathy. I sincerely did not care if the team won or lost, and as a die-hard fan, I can’t believe I actually felt that.
I usually shout at the TV in disgust or in enjoyment depending on the game, and I think many fans do the same. But for the first time in years, I simply sat there in silence, scrolled on my phone, and watched Denver disappoint again.
I will continue watching the games for the rest of the season in order to produce content that many of you read, but I can think of a few better things to do than watch the Broncos.
Better things to do than watching the Denver Broncos
Decorating for the holiday season
Nothing puts the general population in a better mood than the holiday season. Christmas is right around the corner and many have already decorated inside and out in preparation for the season. Some have already begun looking for presents and even doing their seasonal baking.
Instead of watching the team disappoint yet again, why not keep yourself in a good mood by decorating for Christmas? Hopefully, the weather outside isn’t too cold to get your lights up, and hopefully, you can wire your extension cords properly so the lights turn on the first try.
This is a wholesome family activity you can do with those who live in your house instead of watching the Broncos.
Watching paint dry
This second activity is not as thrilling as decorating for Christmas, but it’s still something that may provide more entertainment. Perhaps you finally got around to painting your bedroom or adding some touchups to an area.
The look of fresh paint really helps a house glow and get some new life. After painting, instead of turning on the TV, instead grab a chair, perhaps your favorite drink of choice, and watch the paint dry. It’s got to be relaxing and stress-free.
The last thing you could do that might be better than watching the Denver Broncos simply going to sleep. Sleep is a wonderful thing and I’d venture to guess that most Americans do not get enough sleep.
Denver Broncos fans looking for someone to blame for the way the 2022 season has gone may need to direct their attention squarely on Russell Wilson.
So, instead of going to bed earlier, why not catch up on some sleep during game day? It’s a win-win situation as you can sleep for about three hours and if the game is a 1 pm EST start time, you still have time during the day to get stuff done.
There are probably many other things you can do, so this list is not exhaustive.