Tag Archive | Denver Broncos

Go For Two: NFL Week 9 Games To Watch

Week 9! I can’t hardly wait! First though, a very small recap of week 8.

Week 8 had entirely too much football on Sunday. Waking up to a Lions game at the brink of dawn on the west coast was a bit daunting. However, it wasn’t as daunting as watching the Falcons blow at 21-0 lead at the half. It was mind-numbing to watch a missed field goal by Prater, turn into a delay of game penalty (replay shows time did not, in fact, expire), and ultimately a game winning field goal. I needed the Lions to lose that game. The Lions were graciously complying with my request until the Falcons and the refs decided to actively participate in helping the Lions win. The Lions fan base thanks you.

Atlanta Falcons coach, Mike Smith, it was nice seeing you on the sidelines, but your days are numbered. You deserve to be fired. I’m not even a Falcons fan, but that shit was crazy.

Don’t be worried though, you won’t be alone. Sexy-Rexy will be your new best bud as you two watch next season from your seats at the bar, and not the sidelines.

Then there is everyone’s favorite lost soul. Oh, Jay Cutler. The best thing to happen to the GBP.

Thank you for being you, Jay cutler. Thank you.

Now on to week 9.

What a week it will be. It seems the entire NFC North division (save for the Vikings, but we all know that they don’t count) is on hiatus this week. I’m thankful for this as it gives me a bit of a reprieve. I needed a mental rest from the absurdity of some of these Lions wins as of late. Plus Green Bay’s offense needs the rest if they are going to have to keep putting up massive amounts of points to counter what our defense keeps giving up.

Saints (3-4) at Panthers (3-4-1): I love that this division is still wide open because they all have shitty, shitty records. All the teams in the NFC South should be better than they are, well, except for the Buccaneers. The Bucs are really just that bad. The Panthers, Saints, and Falcons show glimpses of being good from time-to-time and it makes us want to believe they can be winners — but they just aren’t.

Saints beating up on the Packers? Don’t get too excited Saints.

medalWe had the second to worst run defense, and now, thanks to you guys, we have the worst. Our defense couldn’t stop my 4-year-old niece if she ran the ball toward the end zone — even when she stops to pick some of the grass. We had some monumental bad play calling. Davante Adams, while getting in the mix, had a bad turnover when he just flat out stopped running his route.

What I’m saying is, while the Saints looked good Sunday night, there is a reason they have a 3-4 record. The Saints have all four losses when they don’t play in their dome. Well, welcome to Carolina.

Cardinals (6-1) at Cowboys (6-2):

Ha ha Cowboys! You lost to Washington!

laughing ryan

However, Cowboys will be going to the playoffs because have you seen their schedule! It’s so ridiculously easy they would have to seriously fuck up to not go 6-2 for the rest of the season.

I wonder how the Cowboys will play against a legitimate team, like the Cardinals? It will be interesting to watch.

And watch I will. It’s time I start checking out this Arizona team.

Broncos (6-1) at Patriots (6-2):

The hype of the Peyton vs Brady game will be overwhelming. Enough already. This game is legitimate on its own merits. Two great coaches in John Fox and Belichick. Two great quarterbacks, no matter what those morons said about Brady in the beginning of the season.

I’m honestly excited for this game.

Ravens (5-3) at Steelers (5-3):

When did the Steelers get a 5-3 record? I feel like the Steelers cheated on some test. There is no way this team has a 5-3 record. Division match. A game from a gone era. Still completely watchable.

On a side note, I think there needs to be a shout-out to my favorite defensive coordinator Dom Capers! Congratulations! You now are in charge of the worst run defense in the league! How does it feel to be the main reason the Packers are losing games! Hats off to you, sir, hats off to you.

excited barney

*This blog is made possible thanks to two great coupons. One is 4inkjets coupon which will get you inkjets for less. The second is a Moosejaw coupon which will get you some great gear and clothes.

Madeline Fresco is a novelist who lives in San Francisco. She is the author of CROSSED THE LINE, available for Kindle at Amazon.com, for Nook at Barnes & Noble, and as an ePub at other eBook retailers. You can also listen to her novel as a free, serialized audiobook at madelinefresco.com. Her second book THE CHOICE, is available on Kindle at Amazon. Her third book ANGUISH, is available for Kindle at Amazon.com

Advertisements

Go For Two: NFL Week 8 Games To Watch

It’s week 8 — what games should we be watching?

Thursday 8:25PM EST – Chargers (5-2) at Broncos.(5-1): First off, like everyone else on the planet, due props to Peyton Manning. I have loved him since his first MasterCard commercial.

As for what the rest of the planet thinks of the Chargers being 5-2 …

That pretty much sums it up. The newly voted America’s team, the Broncos, against the team most likely to be voted America’s Meh team.

Let’s just think for one moment if the Chargers made it to the Super Bowl, would anyone even care? Wouldn’t you kinda secretly be rolling your eyes?

Fortunately, the Broncos will be standing in the Chargers way. This game is a big AFC showdown, even if it is only week 8. These two teams are in a battle for the AFC West. This game very well may define seeding for the AFC. I believe two teams will be coming out of the AFC West into the playoffs. This game will determine who gets what seed. Kansas City Chiefs aren’t done by any stretch of the imagination. They lost favor with fans, like me, when they lost 5 of their last 7 games last year. It takes a lot out a fan to get over that. It takes even more for a fan of the NFL who only casually watches a team, to suddenly have their interest peeked, to then get the rug pulled out from under them. I am so much less likely to give two shits about the Kansas City Chiefs because of their debacle last year. Yet, these three will be jockeying for wins in this division.

Sunday 1:00PM EST – Rams (2-4) at Chiefs (3-3): Yes, but only to look at the score as it flashes by on the ticker. The Rams are intriguing. Yes, they lost to the Vikings – ugh, but they were also kinda sorta in it against the Niners, Cowboys, and Eagles, despite losing those games. The Chiefs? Who cares.

Sunday 1:00PM EST – Eagles (5-1) at Cardinals (5-1): This game is weird for me. I really, really like the fact that the Seahawks are 3-3 and that the Niners aren’t the gods everyone thought they were. It thrills me to no end that the Arizona Cardinals are in the lead of the NFC West. It’s exciting that they are winning even though they have started three separate quarterbacks. I love Bruce Arians. The guy is awesome.

Ask me to watch the game … oooh, right. Uh, yeah. I don’t think so.

Sunday 8:30PM EST – Packers (5-2) at Saints (2-4): In the not so distant past, this game would have been the game of the week, which is probably why it is the Sunday night game. Two NFC powerhouses. Well, not anymore. All you had to do was watch the last 1:48 of the Lions/Saints game to watch Drew Brees look like utter hell. What happened to the Saints? One minute and forty-eights seconds for the Saints of the past would have been all the time they needed. Not this team.

Yet, you know you will keep your eye on this game out of respect for the past. You never know, and that’s, as they say, why they play the game.

What games are ridiculous for even being aired?

The Washington Football Team at Cowboys: Ah, the streak continues of worthless MNF games. Who cares? Washington is on their 3rd string QB. Jesus.

Dolphins at Jaguars: Really? I’d rather watch Better Off Dead. One, it’s an awesome movie. Two, it has John Cusack in it. Third, The Jaguars would be better off dead.

Better Off Dead Keys

Vikings at Buccaneers. Couldn’t they just air another great 80’s movie instead? How about Overboard. Now I’d much rather watch that than this game.

This is definitely what it would feel like to have to watch this game.

This blog is made possible thanks to GoDaddy coupon 149scott. You can get your own blog for just $1.49. If getting a new blog isn’t up your alley, try our Petco coupons. Get something nice for your pet for less.

Madeline Fresco is a novelist who lives in San Francisco. She is the author of CROSSED THE LINE, available for Kindle at Amazon.com, for Nook at Barnes & Noble, and as an ePub at other eBook retailers. You can also listen to her novel as a free, serialized audiobook at madelinefresco.com. Her second book THE CHOICE, is available on Kindle at Amazon. Her third book ANGUISH, is available for Kindle at Amazon.com

Go For Two: NFL week 7 games of the week

What a week 6! Cowboys beat the Seahawks? God, now the Cowboys will never stop being the game of the week, or the game picked to be shown on regular television when the Niners or Raiders aren’t on. Blech.

Some things we learned, Patriots were counted out too early. Joe Flacco had a huge week. The Falcons are on a downward slide, and the Browns are a legit, winning football team? Well, let’s not get a head of ourselves, but they are 3-2 and are at .600.

Who’s the best in the NFC East? Well, the Eagles made fast work of the Giants, so they aren’t going to be too keen on all the glory going to the Cowboys.

The week had some very, very thrilling games. Green Bay Packers versus the Miami Dolphins goes without saying. It came down to the last 3 minutes and Green Bay needed a lot of heroics to win that game. A Rodgers fumble almost ended the game with 1:37 remaining, but a head’s up play by Lang occurred when he quickly fell on the ball. In all actuality, it really came down to the last six seconds. The play before went to a rookie, Adams, on a fake snap and the last play to a backup now starter (?) tight end in Quarless.

The Bengals and the Panthers went into overtime and they came out the other side STILL tied. San Diego and Oakland was a close game, but I didn’t see it, as I don’t give two craps about either of those teams.

This all begs the question, what surprises will come during week 7?

Week 7 games:

Bengals (3-1-1) at Colts (4-2): This should be a good game. The leads in the AFC North and AFC South will battle it out. It was a big disappointment when Cincinnati did not get a win against the Panthers. They had every opportunity. The kicker missed the big one, and that was that. The Bengals and the Colts have good offenses, but where this battle will be fought is on the Bengals defense, which is ranked 28th overall. Andrew Luck and company have the potential to put up big numbers and this Bengals defense is going to have it’s hands full. It could be a shootout, but if the Bengals defense doesn’t step it up, the Colts might do a repeat of the Jaguars or the Titans, and have a blowout.

Panthers (3-1-1) at Packers (4-2): This is a tough game. Even our Eligible Receiver writers can’t decide to get on, or off, the Panthers bandwagon. One week they look great, the next week, not so much. What will they bring against the Packers?

The Packers are obviously coming off a huge high from their last drive-for-a-win against the Miami Dolphins. The thing is, on paper, the GBP look like crap. 26th overall offense, 19th on overall defense. I get the offense because Eddie Lacy keeps shitting eggs every week, save for one – the Vikings game (not really too competitive eh?) I know this not only because the GBP are my favorite team, but I have him on my fantasy team and his ass is getting benched. If he improves later in the year, I’ll give him the start, but right now, come on dude — get it together.

A little more surprising is that the GBP are 20th in passing. Really, the great Aaron Rodgers isn’t up there in the stats? That’s concerning. We’ve been missing this season a great third receiver option. Perhaps after last week in Miami, Davante Adams, the rookie who had the head’s up play of the game by catching Rodgers faked spike, will now fulfill that role left vacant my James Jones from last year, and two years ago from Greg Jennings. (FYI, I always get a little happy when receivers leave a team for more money and then they wind-up on shitty-shitty teams. You’re welcome to the money Raiders James Jones and Minnesota Vikings Greg Jennings.)

49ers (4-2) at Broncos (4-1): These two teams are pretty evenly matched, save for the Broncos poor showing at the run. It will be interesting to see how the Niners do against the Broncos. Niners have won against two good teams, Dallas and Eagles, but were a little too close for comfort against the Rams who had to get their quarterback off the street and was actually released from the team at one point. One of their two losses was to Chicago, which is still trying to determine it’s identity. The Cardinals are also a mixed bag, as they are a good team with a lot of injuries. The Broncos will prove to be their hardest challenge yet.

As for the Broncos, they have handily beat all the teams they won against. Their only loss was to Seattle, in Seattle. I feel as if, much like the GBP Achilles heel is the Niners, so is Seattle the Achilles heel of Denver.

Therefore, the Niners will be a great challenge for Denver and I think that absolutely can win.

I look forward to this game. I do believe it is the game of the week.

Side notes:

Are you thinking I left out the Saints at the Lions. No, no I did not.

Also, as is the tradition this year, yet another horrible Monday night game. Honestly? Who picks these? Yes, Monday’s game between the Rams and the Niners ended up being better than we thought, but still, come on. That wound-up being a good turn-of-luck. This week, ughh. Steelers at home against the Texans. Why? Seriously, why?

Side notes 2:

Get better guys, we need our starting cornerbacks

 

 

 

 

 

 

**This blog would like to offer the following coupons to save you money, 4inkjets coupon and Moosejaw coupon. Stock up on some inkjets or perhaps buy yourself a new warm hat for the fall season.

Madeline Fresco is a novelist who lives in San Francisco. She is the author of CROSSED THE LINE, available for Kindle at Amazon.com, for Nook at Barnes & Noble, and as an ePub at other eBook retailers. You can also listen to her novel as a free, serialized audiobook at madelinefresco.com. Her second book THE CHOICE, is available on Kindle at Amazon. Her third book ANGUISH, is available for Kindle at Amazon.com

Go For Two: Games to watch week 5

cameron-thats-messed-up-modern-familyI really don’t know what to say about this season. It’s really all over the place. Atlanta destroyed the Buccaneers in a blowout and then the following week, Atlanta gets beat by the Vikings? Huh? The Bucs looked disastrous, but then the Bucs beat the Steelers? What is happening?

Things literally change week to week. It seems to me one has to now qualify what team you are talking about based on the week. Week 1 Kansas City Chiefs looked awful. Week 4 Kansas City Chiefs looked great.

Forrest Gump, you just never know what you’re gonna get.

Some things we do know.

The Patriots are officially in trouble, as are the Jets, and the Saints.

Wait, did I just say the Saints?

The Saints are 1-3.

The Raiders are so shitty they just fired their coach, and no one even considers Jacksonville in any discussion other than terrible.

I think the biggest thing to gain from all of this is that unlike years past, you can’t so easily pick who is going to win. Green Bay can’t just look at their schedule and automatically count the Vikings as a win, nor can they automatically look at the Saints and think that’s the hardest game coming up on the schedule. You also can’t just say the Saints are good and the Vikings are bad. That’s just not the case.

One thing still remains though, idiotic Cowboys fans.

NFL.com has this posted …

Screen Shot 2014-09-30 at 1.51.32 PM

 

 

 

 

 

Please, stop. You’re just as moronic as the Vikings were after week one proclaiming this was their year! How about we wait until at least midseason to start handing out the division winners.

The above screenshot is why people hate the Cowboys.

And why do we even have a playoff picture on NFL.com? It is week FOUR! Stop it!

Screen Shot 2014-09-30 at 1.50.59 PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Giants are patting themselves on the back for being 2-2 and winning their last two games, but, come on, elite? You guys beat Washington and the Texans. I wouldn’t be booking any flights to Arizona quite yet.

Even my beloved Green Bay Packers are singing their own praises. See? They tell us … we told you to relax. We won! Yeah, I don’t think anyone is winning when GB’s defense is in last place on rush defense, 7th in total yards allowed (the Bucs are better), and 21st overall for sacks. I mean, that makes sense. When GB played the Bears, Jay Cutler fumbled the ball twice and each time he was the only person who went for it. He still managed to fumble the ball, pick it up himself, and throw it for a completion against this awesome GB defense. The offense isn’t so spectacular either — 15th in overall passing (behind the Rams) and 28th overall for rushing. I think Jordy Nelson can buy his bikini for Hawaii for the pro bowl, but Eddie Lacy might want to think about booking a ticket to go see mom and dad at that house he bought them (still, what a nice guy).

Because of all this madness, these are the games that I will be watching this glorious week 5 of the NFL.

Vikings at Green Bay Thursday 8:25PM ET

Both teams are 2-2. This game will be a good gauge as to whether GB has turned their season around or if they can be exposed yet again for their many problems on offense and defense. For the Vikes, it will help clear up the muddy waters. They lost to a terrible Pats team and a terrible Saints team but beat a good Falcons team and the Rams (I don’t know what to make of the Rams). No Adrian Peterson to work against the worst rush defense in the league, but McKinnon put up 135 yards against the Falcons so there is a good chance that those numbers will not only repeat, but increase against the Pack. New addition Bridgewater (317 yards against Falcons)  will have his first start against an NFC North team, first start for an away game, and first start at Lambeau. Not only that, but if the Vikings win, it will be the teams first win at Lambeau since since 11/01/2009. Bridgewater may be questionable with a sprained ankle. I’m not really sure who is left to play quarterback. Greg Jennings? Hold on, I just received a memo that it would be Ponder. Oh dear God, I hope so. Wait, I’m not sure. Gimpy ankle or Ponder? Good questions.

Bears at Panthers Sunday 1:00PM ET

Both teams are 2-2. I like both these teams. As for stats, they are pretty evenly matched. NFC conference game. I think it will come down to who can work out the kinks in their armor for this game.

Falcons at Giants Sunday 1:00PM ET

I really just want to watch the Falcons wipe the floor with the Giants. That is all. I love me some Matt Ryan and hate on Eli Manning.

Ravens at Colts 1:00PM ET

This one intrigues me. The Colts have put up some big numbers against some teams, but there is a HUGE footnote. Those big numbers and two wins were against the Jaguars and Titans. That doesn’t count. That’s like me trying to sack Aaron Rodgers — not gonna happen. However, their losses were to the Broncos, and not by much, and the Eagles –both very good teams. I not 100% sold on the Ravens. This game truly has merit to watch.

Final thoughts:

I really wish the Eagles would have won. It’s the first time I have cheered for them since 2004 and the infamous 4th and 26 with Donovan McNabb at the helm during the playoffs. No shit, there is a Wikipedia link for this. I didn’t cheer from them long before that because the Eagles, at the time, were always a thorn in GB’s side, much like the 49ers have been as of late. However, this game, this stupid f’ing game was seared into my memory and solidified my hatred of the Eagles.

Why’d you guys have to go and let me down? I hate you all over again for tempting me to root for you.

Lastly, Tom Brady. I’m not sure how I feel about it because I didn’t watch the whole Monday night game. From what I hear, it wasn’t his fault, well, not only his fault. I’m not sure you pull Brady and bench him. What message does that send your team? It just seems so shitty. Think what you will of the organization. Hate them because they dominated over every other team for what seemed like forever. Yet, Tom Brady getting pulled? That just doesn’t seem right. I’d love to hear people’s thoughts on it who watch more Patriots games than I do. For heaven’s sake, Geno Smith should get pulled, but he doesn’t. Not when he blew it against the Pack and not when he looked like hell against the Lions. It just doesn’t sit well with me.

Oh, I just found this Gif, Steve Smith, what a dick.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

** This blog is made possible thanks to a Moosejaw coupon and a 4inkjets coupon. Enjoy the savings.

Madeline Fresco is a novelist who lives in San Francisco. She is the author of CROSSED THE LINE, available for Kindle at Amazon.com, for Nook at Barnes & Noble, and as an ePub at other eBook retailers. You can also listen to her novel as a free, serialized audiobook at madelinefresco.com. Her second book THE CHOICE, is available on Kindle at Amazon. Her third book ANGUISH, is available for Kindle at Amazon.com

Go For Two: Week 3 NFL Games I’ll Keep My Eye On

I’m excited to watch week 3 of the NFL. Here are the

The Packers at the Lions Sunday 1:00PM ET.

So far the NFC North is tied with everyone in the division at 1-1. Some of those losses were uglier than others. Because everyone in the division is tied at 1-1, this divisional game is of the utmost importance.

I was a bit surprised when I looked at the stats of the game. It shouldn’t surprise me that the Packers are ranked with the 24th offense. We haven’t been very stellar lately. It’s pretty shocking that our offense is worse than our defense, with our defense 19th overall.

In comparison, The Lions are ranked with the 10th overall offense and a defense that is 2nd overall. Those numbers do not instill confidence going into this game.

However, I did just watch the Lions shoot themselves in the foot this past Sunday against the Panthers. The Lions managed to slowly but surely fall so behind on the Panthers that there was no way to dig themselves out. Unless Reggie Bush has a ten foot clearing for him, he does not run the ball effectively.

Also, someone needs to send Stafford the memo that Calvin Johnson is not the only receiver on the team anymore. He could actually throw to Golden Tate — that would open things up a bit. Stafford forced a few too many passes to Calvin and that cost them any chance of making a comeback …

Like my Packers did against the Jets.

The Packers got down real early against the Jets. I’m still mystified how they were able to pull out the win on that one. The Pack need to be breathing a collective sigh of relief that they walked out of that game with a win. They should absolutely feel good about their ability to keep up the good fight, which ultimately allowed them to win, but GUYS! You should also be shitting yourselves with how badly you played in the first quarter last week.

Both the Lions and the Pack are going into this game with something to prove. Stafford needs to spread the ball around more and the Packers need to clean up the mistakes and play better defense.

This is anyone’s game

Other games I will be keeping my eye on:

Ravens (1-1) at Browns (1-1) 1:00PM ET

This is an interesting game. The Ravens had a decisive win against the Steelers in week 2. Steelers, guys, you don’t look so hot this season. As for the Browns, man, you gotta love a team that just beat the Saints and caused Sean Payton to lose his shit on the sideline. Really, that is just embarrassing. When things don’t go right for Payton, he goes all tantrum. The Saints have been an NFC darling for many years as of late. Perhaps their run is over. Starting the season out 0-2 is not gonna sit well for New Orleans, but I digress.

All I really want to say is I hope the Browns win. It’s like seeing the younger brother who’s been kicked around the division year after year finally get a chance to come out on top. Good luck Browns, I’m rooting for you.

As for the Ravens, perhaps they found their rhythm? This divisional game will go a long way in helping eek out who’s good, and who’s just getting by.

Denver (2-0) at Seattle (1-1) 1:25PM ET.

Yadda, yadda, yadda. Super Bowl repeat game. Too much hype for this game and I don’t really care. Seattle is going to be seething about the loss to the Chargers and are gonna come into this game angry. I hope Peyton serves them a piece of humble pie. Also, all those power rankings (okay, I’m looking at you NFL.com) out there that kissed the asses of Seattle after the GB game and were all the rage of repeat Super Bowl? Yeah, well those dumb-asses just got off the ass-kissing train and dropped Seattle to number 7, down 6 spots. Let’s all settle down. And, seriously? You can’t say one week they are going to for sure repeat, and then with one loss, drop them to number 7, after two games. Come on.

 

Lastly, I’d like to laugh at the Vikes. Ha ha. You idiots were sooooooo proud of yourselves from week one. Again, one game does not make a season. I do not wish ill of you. I just would like some perspective. No, you can’t win one game and then lay claim to the NFC North title as if it were already set in stone.

To the New York Football GIants fans out there, no, you may not fire Eli. Remember the 2011 season? You guys asked for Tom Coughlin’s head on a platter. Oh, you guys were gonna fire him! Small side note, you won the Super Bowl that year.

 

I just really like Cutler looking like an idiot

 

** This blog was made possible thanks to 4inkjets coupon and also a Moosejaw coupon.

 

Madeline Fresco is a novelist who lives in San Francisco. She is the author of CROSSED THE LINE, available for Kindle at Amazon.com, for Nook at Barnes & Noble, and as an ePub at other eBook retailers. You can also listen to her novel as a free, serialized audiobook at madelinefresco.com. Her second book THE CHOICE, is available on Kindle at Amazon. Her third book ANGUISH, is available for Kindle at Amazon.com

Go For Two: When did Peyton Manning get to be so charming?

I love Peyton Manning.

But it wasn’t always that way.

When he first started out with the Colts, he reminded me a lot of what Eli has never grown out of — being annoying. A whiner. A “you blame everyone else on the team but yourself with that awe-shucks look”.

He must have heard those rumors — that most everyone outside of Indianapolis found him immensely irritating. What proof do I have? All you need to do is look at the MasterCard commercials he did.

They were funny. He was actually allowed to talk. Ever see Eli talk in a commercial? Nope.

The commercials, they kept coming. My favorite is this one …

They showed a more down-to-earth side of Peyton.

Then, the unbelievable happened. The guy who was touted as the greatest quarterback of all time was released by the Colts.

How could the Colts do that? Couldn’t they at least give him a shot?

Nope.

All of the sudden, the man who could do no wrong, was without a team.

This is when Peyton Manning went from being annoying, to being really astutely marketed, to being well-liked.

He became the underdog. He became the company man, that after 40 years of working for the auto plant, gets laid off. He was the guy who put his time in, and was hoping for something in return.

He became an American hero.

He overcame multiple neck surgeries. He overcame the naysayers.

With all of that adversity, he became the man in the MasterCard videos. It wasn’t just marketing anymore. It’s apparent in every interview he does. He is appreciative. He has lost that younger version of himself that felt he was owed something just for showing up. No more are the whiny looks. He’s relaxed in his interviews. He can poke fun at himself. Peyton allows himself the fun of being interviewed by Ron Burgundy. He can say what is on his mind … and it’s charming.

I love this clip.


Isn’t that what you would want to do after having to play the Chargers? I know I wanted a beer every time they showed crybaby Philip Rivers on the sideline. Tangent, my favorite punk-ass moment of Philip Rivers was when he threw his coat over his own head and started muttering to himself about the Chargers impending loss. This man has 6 kids. How about being a role model?

Back to Peyton … his latest interview continues the trend. When a female journalist asks Peyton why he likes “Omaha” so much (in reference to why he calls that out when calling plays at the line of scrimmage), he is nothing but charming in his response.

Peyton Manning, you are one charming man. Good luck in the playoffs. I hope you get your second Super Bowl ring. You deserve it.

I wrote this blog using my GoDaddy account. If you want to write your own blog use GoDaddy coupon code sigler295 is a great code that will purchase a domain for $2.95.

Here is a website to learn more in regards to GoDaddy promo codes.

To learn more about my book Crossed the Line, check out this great Blogger website.

______________________________________________________________________

Madeline Fresco is a novelist who lives in San Francisco. She is the author of CROSSED THE LINE, available for Kindle at Amazon.com, for Nook at Barnes & Noble, and as an ePub at other eBook retailers. You can also listen to her novel as a free, serialized audiobook at madelinefresco.com.