Hi everyone, I had a question about games that aren't nationally televised. They didn't show the Broncos game in our region. Therefore, I was wondering if anyone knew of a halfway-credible site that I could watch it on. Direct TV isn't really an option since I'm a college student and that's a little pricey.
During 18's long tenure in Indy, I began to get really frustrated with the Colts. I saw the best QB of all time constantly being surrounded by superior teams. Year after year, the Colts refused to ever spend any money and surround him with a decent running game, offensive line, or defense. I honestly can't remember one major acquisition they made in free agency. The Colts could have won at least 3 super bowls with a decent supporting cast. So obviously I grew more frustrated each year. Then came the decision when our owner got rid of Manning. We felt betrayed. Despite his refusal to spend money, Peyton carried him for over a decade and essentially built Lucas Oil Stadium. Isray also showed him no respect leading up to the release. This treatment to players and coaches had been going on for years. I felt as if Jim Isray was no better than his dad who moved the Colts from Baltimore without any warning to their fans.
Then came Manning's decision to play for a new team.
I was really happy for him when he chose Denver. I have always admired how the Broncos were ran and it just felt right. On that day, I suddenly felt a strong allegiance to the Mile High city. Some might call that questionable loyalty but this instance is a very special one. The Broncos are a classy organization that I've already grown to love and I look forward to what Osweiler can do after Peyton retires. It's going to be a great ride and this team will improve exponentially as the season goes on. However, not a bad start for a team with a ridiculous schedule and a new QB that hasn't played in over a year.
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