Good Sunday morning, Broncos Country!
In honor of yesterday's incredible Triple Crown winner, NFL Network had this interesting stat:
Comparing a great Bronco to a phenomenal horse only seems appropriate, doesn't it?
The Broncos thought so too:
And here's an interesting tidbit - there is only one current Broncos player who was alive the last time a horse won the Triple Crown. Care to make any guesses?
I know, I know.
But it's June...and another horse did it.
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