Welcome to Denver Russell Wilson.
Despite a COVID-shortened campaign, Colorado Avalanche fans had enough fun to make it feel like an entire season. With tons of exciting talent and the President’s Trophy in hand, the Colorado season ended badly, once again failing to get out of the second round of the playoffs.
The Denver Broncos have had one crazy quarterback battle this offseason. Drew Lock or Teddy Bridgewater, the young guy with upside or the trustworthy veteran.
The Denver Broncos came into this draft with nine picks and ended with 10. They stood pat in the first round, but the trading fun began on day two, where they didn’t pick at either of their original spots and adding an extra pick on the day. They didn’t address their biggest needs at right tackle and the ever fan loving quarterback.
Every year we obsess over mock drafts wondering who our favorite team is going to pick. We spend months watching college athletes, the best up-and-coming football players in the world. When draft night comes up, we spend hours stressing about which player our team will pick. Then, particularly when you get to day three, all bets are off. We begin to look for one thing: the best name picked.
#NuggLyfe. Just when things are going good, they just always go oh so horribly wrong for the Denver Nuggets. Denver was attempting their comeback with under a minute to go in a game against the Golden State Warriors on Monday night. Jamal Murray was driving in for a layup, and before he could go up for the finish, he came crashing to the ground in a heap. MRI later confirmed the ultimate fear, Murray has a fully torn left ACL.
The stage is set. The final dance is ready, and the country will get to see two conference opponents duke it out for eternal glory.