Hi folks! What a ride this season has been. In case you haven't noticed, I haven't been around too much lately. The main reason I have been away for so long is not that I don't care about MHR. Actually it's the opposite. I just started a new job a few weeks ago and I have been busy training and learning my new role. Unfortunately I am restricted from browsing certain sites while at work and by the time I'm home I have two little ones taking up the rest of my "free" time. One of the drawbacks from working at the job I am at is the limited radio signal available in my office. I normally prefer to listen to AM radio during the day, but I can't get a single station. My only option is FM now and my preference is to listen to talk radio. Here in Albuquerque there is only one option available for me. ESPN.
While listening to ESPN all I ever hear is Tebow can't do this and Tebow can't do that. This has been rampant for the last two weeks. It hasn't mattered who was saying it either. Monday was fun to listen to since all of their heads kept exploding from Sunday's game. One thing they kept talking about is how bad New England was going to beat our team.
My reaction to that is me channeling Lee Corso "Not so fast my friend!" One thing we have seen all year is Denver does not win in conventional ways. If it were not for three devastating turnovers in the last game, Denver had a great chance to beat the Pats. It is time to shock the world again and watch Tebow and the Broncos silence the blowhard Boston fans Saturday night. The number one key to winning this game is using a front four or five man rush to get to Brady. Blitzes will do no good this time. We need to see our guys hitting Brady repeatedly. When Brady is hit on a regular basis, he gets angry and it affects the offensive timing that they rely on. The second key is playing mistake free football. No turnovers will go a very long way to success. Historically New England hates to get into a physical game with anyone. Take a page out of the Ravens' book and use it to hammer the Pats.
Well, time to wrap it up and get ready for the game. Beer is cold in the fridge and I will be decked out in my gear like the rest of you. One thing to take from this season is that the future is bright and the promised land may be closer than we think. Lets hammer Brady and remind him why he has a 2-6 record against Denver.