The summer has been creeping by. Denver, the Mile High city, has been stuck with a savage heatwave for the greater part of the last few months. Coloradans also have had to endure hazy skies as fires burn all over the state. All of this news for the citizens of this state and very little of the Denver Broncos. This is by far one of the worst parts of the year for football fans.
All you can do is sit back and create speculation along with some banter about what may come this season.Everybody wants to believe that the team is going to meet or exceed expectations. There’s always high hopes that the Broncos will have a Super Bowl-inspired season, like their campaign in 2015.
However, the reality is that the media can only spit out its opinions and relay various little odds-and-ends stories to fans. The loyal fans that check on these every day or so to keep up tp speed on what’s next for this storied franchise. We gobble it up.
“All the people in Colorado love sports. They’re great fans and that’s why you see the great following here today.” pic.twitter.com/9eHsNfIv3q
— Patrick Smyth (@psmyth12) June 30, 2018
These stories may be lousy to the average person, although it is what keeps us connected to the game. A quick story about Royce Freeman and green chili could turn into an in-depth conversation or argument about who is starting at running back this season. So as much as this suck for the diehards, sublimely this bland part of the season still gives us time to look forward to the season. But until then, August seems a considerable time away.