If you are watching the Super Bowl from the comfort of your home, but still want a mass fan experience, you need to have Twitter open during the game. During last year’s Super Bowl, Twitter broke its own record for most tweets sent per second (a record which has since been broken). For Broncos fans looking for instant reaction during Super Bowl XLVIII, follow this list of people who are also obsessed with 140-character morsels of knowledge.
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”
This is a continuing segment in which I go back for a second viewing of every Denver Broncos game. While the first time I watch I am engrossed in the game, the second time around I really try to pinpoint patterns and momentum changes that could become important as the season goes on. Continue reading “Denver Broncos Takedown New York Giants: Upon Further Review”
This is a segment I hope to run after every Denver Broncos game of the season. Upon Further Review is a second look at all that took place in the Broncos victory over the Baltimore Ravens, including commentary and momentum tracking. Continue reading “Denver Broncos Over Baltimore Ravens: Upon Further Review”
Denver Broncos training camp is the highlight of the entire sports season. Any real fan knows that the magic happens at training camp. That’s why people have been filling up Dove Valley, the Broncos training grounds; to stare at people they don’t recognize wearing numbers. It’s all about the practice field. Continue reading “Off the Post: Denver Broncos Fan Harassed For Not Liking Training Camp”
Pull up a chair America because we have two years of high profile, but little action television ahead of us. Ever since the story broke a couple of weeks ago that former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was connected to the murder of Odin Lloyd, the sports world and news world has jumped on the story like it’s a fumble at the goal line. There is very little real story here and no one in the news seems to want to focus on what actually happened. Continue reading “The Misguided Telling of the Aaron Hernandez Story”
It took only 17 seconds, but it ended with Boston fans being a reminded that they are a little too prone to choking. For a town synonymous with Bill Buckner, Boston sports has been a little too prosperous in the championship category. Since the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl in 2001, the football team has three championships; the Boston Red Sox have won two, while the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics both grabbed a title. Continue reading “Boston Sports Fans Reign of Terror is Officially Over”