The season ended last night to the New England Patriots in a 45-10 blow out. It was a tough tough loss, and trust me guys, i was pissed last night. This morning i am still really disappointed, and i'm shying away from ESPN, because i know they will just piss me off more with their stupidity. But to my point, this was a great season for our Denver Broncos. Full of drama, Controversy, Winning, Tebow-Mania, disappointment and a huge playoff win.
I will echo what John Bena said last week on MHR radio, no matter the result this week(Last Night) we all should feel good about this season. Our young, very young team came a long way. We all know the 1-4 start followed by a fun, dramatic winning streak filled with last second dramatics, OT wins and big plays by our defenese. We ended the season on a 3 game losing streak. Then came the pittsburgh game. This site was full of negativity, but our team came out electric, the stadium was electric, and we pulled off a big big OT win that will go down in history. That game alone over-shadows last nights loss.
So lets think of the positives, we went from 4-12 to taking the AFC West, winning a playoff game, with a first year coach. Also what Tebow did. It wasnt always pretty, he improved throughout the weeks, and won games. He cemented himself as the starter for 2012. So he'll have his first offseason full of OTA's with coaches and players, learning the offense and building around Tebow even more. He'll work with the greatest QB in NFL history, John Elway. Also we hope John Elway, Brian Xanders and coach John Fox will help improve this team with free agent additions and draft picks.
Also, we'll have a more improved Von Miller, Quinton Carter, D-Thomas, Eric Decker, Tim Tebow, Beadles, Walton, Franklin, Nate Irving, Rahim Moore, Julius Thomas and Virgil Green. We're a young team who will only improve. Changes need to be made of course, but we're heading in the right direction.
So guy's today probably will suck, but stay positive. What sucks the most is that we wont have any broncos football for another 7 and a half months.