Elway Teeth

Elway Approved

I told you people this is a 9-7 10-6 wildcard team.

They played like that today, didn’t they?

Couldn’t even beat a wildcard team.

I hope all the rubes, goobers, morons and degenerates that thought the Broncos were a Superbowl team are crying in their beers right now. Every last single one of them.

Down the river on a $&*thouse door baby. How’s them apples fellas?

I wasn’t fooled. The Broncos beat up a bunch of terrible teams in the regular season. They got beat when they faced real, healthy competition. I was sure I’d be making this post next week, hell nothing short of the Super Bowl is required when you lock up home field advantage in the playoffs. That is, if you’re a really good football team.

All that work to go 13-3, all that work to become the darlings of the media.

This team is “so much better off now” aren’t they?

Aren’t they media degenerates?

Aren’t they ungrateful Broncos players?

Aren’t they prominent Broncos bloggers?

Aren’t they ungrateful Broncos fans?

Aren’t they so much better off now?

I bet a lot of you people were looking forward to facing New England next week. Perhaps this time you’d win because now you have a “real quarterback.”

Hell, they couldn’t even make it to that rematch with everything in their favor. Could they?

Everything I said about how incomplete this team is stands.

It stands on truth. It stands on the iron words of P.P. Dublinski.

My curse is lifted for now. Bloody hell it went down in the worse possible fashion for Mr. Elway and friends.

I hope all the ungrateful Broncos players who spouted off in the offseason, all the goobers in the front office with their “collective sigh of relief,” Mark Schlereth, Tom Jackson, Shannon Sharpe, Mr. John Elway and other sea cucumbers are swallowing their pride right now. Big time.

The Denver Broncos aren’t ready for prime time. This team is not ready yet to go deep into the playoffs.

Number 15 elevated this very mediocre team last year from the raw sewer pit of Kyle Orton.

The kid even won a playoff game. Imagine that.

Number 18 elevated this mediocre team some more. In the regular season that is.

Big (*&%$in whoop.

More to come…