Super Bowl XLVIII Beatdown
Denver and their fans should be glad that football is played using a clock, because that finally put an end to their misery. It looked like Seattle played at a different speed than Denver, who was never able to catch up. The momentum from the opening safety seemed to throw Manning’s timing off for the rest of the game, and Seattle’s defense was absolutely ferocious in their pass rush and coverage of Denver’s receivers.
The best compliment I can pay to Seattle is they made a future Hall of Fame Quarterback look like Trent Dilfer (mixed with Vinny Testaverde), when they both stunk with the Bucs. He was horrible! Although, I really do not want to hear how this will affect his legacy. I am not a Denver, Colts, or a Tennessee fan at all, but he will go down as a top 10 Quarterback to have ever played this game; no matter how he finishes his career. Anyone that wants to argue that point, I have two words for you: Dan Marino. Peyton already has one more ring then him, and no one can argue the legacy of Dan the man! I think the pictures below sum up Denver’s Super Bowl experience perfectly…
Denver Broncos: Pouring Salt on the Wound
Making it to the Super Bowl is a great accomplishment but when you get beaten that badly, you have to poke a little fun at them! Here is a couple of ‘salt in the wounds’ jokes at the Denver Broncos expense.
Q: What do you call 53 millionaires around a TV watching the Super Bowl?
A: The Denver Broncos.
Q: What do the Denver Broncos and Billy Graham have in common?
A: They both can make 70,000 people stand up and yell “Jesus Christ”.
Q: How do you keep a Denver Bronco out of your yard?
A: Put a Seahawk in their way.
Q: What’s the best way to teach your dog to roll over and play dead?
A: Have him watch Super Bowl XLVIII and show him how the Broncos played.
Alright enough kicking the crap out of Denver; I’m guessing they’ve had enough. They should be good again next year and assuming Peyton comes back healthy, they will be back in the playoffs.
Now that the NFL season is over, we’re going to start covering some of the other major sports out there. I am a huge baseball, basketball (college and the NBA) and NHL fan. Stay tuned as we start getting into those sports next week.
Also, I know what your next question will be: Where is the Cheerleader of the Week? Don’t worry; this week we’ll highlight some beautiful women smoking cigars. We will continue on with either NBA Dancers, or some NHL Ice Girls or something. We will make sure your eye candy will still be there to enjoy each and every week. If you have some ideas, give me some feedback!
Montecristo Classic Cigar
This week’s featured cigar is a mild to medium rendition of the legendary Montecristo brand, so expect the same creamy sweet flavors with an added bonus of spice. The highest quality Connecticut Shade wrapper caps the finest Dominican binder and filler tobaccos, creating a delicious masterpiece. This stick produces plenty of thick smoke with each draw and delivers a mild, smooth, and well-balanced flavor palette. Try it out – you will not be disappointed with this luxurious Montecristo cigar.