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Bad news Broncs

Posted by Richard on November 4, 2007

The Denver Broncos headed into Detroit having lost 4 of the last 5, with a 3-4 record. They have the worst rush defense in the NFL, and their offense moves the ball, but can't seem to score. They've suffered a spate of season-ending injuries, and hotshot running back Travis Henry is facing suspension for a drug offense. How much worse could the news get?

Significantly worse, it seems. With John Lynch injured, the already weak defense is positively terrible. The offense was already shaky, and now Cutler is out with a leg contusion. Midway through the third, they're trailing 23-0. The Lions just held them on 4th and goal at the 4. While I was typing the preceding, the Lions scored again, covering 90+ yards in two plays. 30-0.

I'm going for a walk.

UPDATE: Final: 44-7. But it's a warm, sunny day, the park was beautiful, and I had a nice long walk.

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4 Responses to “Bad news Broncs”

  1. Chris Bennett said

    Hey Richard…this is your old friend from the Denver LP days! It’s been a long time since we have chatted. I’m a huge Bronco fan and a bit disappointed so far this year. Anyways I wanted to let you know that last month I announced that I am running for the VP Nomination for the Libertarian Party. I also graduate from college in May, 2008.

  2. Walter said

    If I had to make nine child support payment each and every month I’d probably be doing drugs, too.

  3. rgcombs said

    Chris, good to hear from you. Best wishes with your campaign, but aren’t you too young? (Or has that much time really passed?)

    Walter, that’s wicked. 🙂 Anyway, IIRC, Henry hasn’t been making child support payments to his nine “baby mommies.” What a slimeball.

    We had one of Tennessee’s best, in terms of character as well as football skills, in Al Wilson. Travis Henry may have the skills, but he sure doesn’t have the character. I don’t recall the timing regarding Henry’s signing and Wilson’s retirement, but I’ve wondered if there was a connection.

  4. Chris Bennett said

    Richard, I just turned 35 in August so constitutionally I’m legal to run:) Yeah, time does fly pretty fast! It will be nice to see some of the old LPCO bunch in Denver next year. I ran into BetteRose Ryan at the LPIllinois state convention last month!

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