Denver Broncos fans: at worst, it will all be over February 2nd. If nothing else, we are in the home stretch of waiting and wondering. The long 12-month period since Rahim Moore became RAHIM MOORE and Joe Flacco become Joe DiMaggio is over, and only three games stand in the way of Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos attempt to capture the city’s third Super Bowl and fifth professional sports title. Continue reading “Denver Broncos and the (Harsh, Dim, Horrifying, Terrifying) NFL Playoffs”
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning has reached the point in his career where a nostalgic gleam, an old fashion glow, a hope for the old days should greet his appearance on the field. Maybe John Elway was able to lead the Broncos at the end of his career to Super Bowls, but outside of the Comeback Kid himself, age is a number that matters in the NFL. However, the early returns on Peyton Manning are breathtaking, rather than nostalgic.
The Denver Broncos have recognizable leaders. Owner Pat Bowlen, Vice President John Elway, Head Coach John Fox and Quarterback Peyton Manning share a one track mind mentality in regards to the 2013 season. It’s Super Bowl or Bust. However, is this the most effective leadership strategy to land the Broncos with the Lombardi Trophy at years end? Continue reading “Denver Broncos Leadership Dilemma in Super Bowl Goal”