Before every Broncos game, I think it's in my best interests to go to other teams' blogs, which has led me to boltsfromtheblue.com the past few days. While the Chargers are the defending division champions, this will be changed shortly when we dismantle an inconsistent San Diego squad. Of course, Chargers "fans," who are notorious for not selling out games when San Diego struggles (don't expect Qualcomm to be a full house Monday) are not only fair-weather, they lack the football acumen you might find among fan bases such as (of course, ours) Philadelphia, Baltimore or New York. It appears the average Charger fan has parroted the rhetoric spewed by morons such as Jamie Dukes, John Clayton and a myriad of other buffoons in the MSM. However, even as I said Jim Rome is on our side, so is nbcsports.com's Tom Curran. Curran, incidentally, was a guest on Rome's show today and said he thinks Denver can win at least one playoff game with Kyle Orton's efficient play and the defensive excellence perpetrated by such stalwarts as Brian Dawkins, Champ Bailey and Elvis Dumervil. It's always nice having friends in high places, particularly those with brains. Of course, the fools of the MSM are fabricating new excuses as to our "success" this season, even as I type this up. It's just like when I did my Mormon mission in Tucson, Ariz. and El Paso, Texas (Spencer Larsen did one too while oddly enough he matriculated at the UofA in Tucson) when people argued with me just for the sake of arguing. While many of you might not share my religious beliefs, everyone here bleeds orange and blue and knows without any shade of doubt that the Broncos will continue to do remarkable things this season. If for nothing else, Josh McDaniels will not allow the team to become pompous and prideful and generally, mistakes are minimal. I can only see Orton continuing to excel and improve while when Correll Buckhalter returns, he and Knowshon Moreno will cause headaches for all they face in the running game. As for the weapons at wideout and tight end, all defensive coordinators facing us have to be suffering heart attacks. When Brandon Marshall is right, nothing can stop him, thus opening up countless opportunities for Eddie Royal, Jabar Gaffney, Daniel Graham and Tony Scheffler. If I had one suggestion for Coach McGenius, it would be to give Peyton Hillis more opportunities, but the onus is on Hillis to not get into the doghouse again. I love this, fellow denizens of Bronco Country and 6-0 is attainable. Let's go get it and put the AFC West under wraps. GO BRONCOS!!! Oh yes, and thanks to Tom Curran for joining the likes of Rome as a journalist with integrity and no bias.