Good morning, Broncos Country!
If you’ve experienced the Rocky Mountain Thunder in person, it’s pretty incredible.
Over 75,000 fans screaming their guts out and stomping their feet to help the Denver Broncos bring home the win.
Over the last five seasons, there hasn’t been much to get excited about when it comes to the Broncos. Broncos Country needs no reminder. But today for the home opener against the New York Jets has the potential to be fun afternoon.
For the first time since Dec. 29, 2019, Mile High Stadium will have full attendance. To mark the occasion, Denver is 2-0.
Needless to say, Mile High is going to be rocking and extremely loud. If the Broncos are able to take care of business and improve to 3-0 on the season, that will amplify all of this even more.
While there is a lot of football left, Denver is setting the foundation for bigger and better things. In the mean time, the excitement is back and with it the Rocky Mountain Thunder.
Joe Rowles joined Klahr and Kompany on Saturday morning for the weekly Broncos Blast segment. This week, with me as guest co-host, the guys talk about the home opener vs the Jets and what the Broncos have to do as huge favorites to win the game.
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