Reading the lead-off article in today’s tracks, I caught myself chuckling, then breaking out in a full-bellied laugh reading the player’s talk about “needing to focus” and “creating new history one play at a time.”
What a bunch of clichéd nonsense. Not only does this team play like a bunch of losers each week. They talk like it too. If any of them had any level of confidence whatsoever about their chances of beating Kansas City, I would expect nothing but silence or maybe big talk about punching them in the mouth.
I miss the days when Derek Wolfe was in the locker room more than willing to tell it exactly how it is. Instead, we have many players punching in and punching out each week collecting their paychecks to play losing football.
It would be nice to hear them throw some truth bombs instead about how poor the defensive coaching has been or how mediocre the play-calling has been consistently outside of the first few and last few minutes of each game.
I’ll buckle up on Thursday and bring my hope that I see something completely unexpected. But let’s be real: the Kansas City Chiefs probably win by 20.
Denver looking to ‘create a new history’ in primetime matchup against Kansas City
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Greg Dulcich practiced Tuesday for the first time since suffering a hamstring injury in Week 1, raising hopes that he could return Thursday.
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