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Denver Broncos predictions 2014

Remember week one of last year? When Manning blew the doors right off of Baltimore? We need a win like that to set the tone for the rest of the season!

The Broncos have reloaded their roster for a super sequel to last season, but they still face a stiff test early, with 3 games against 2013 playoff teams to start the season, opening at home with the Colts on 9/7, Chiefs on 9/14 before they head out for a rematch with the Seahawks on 9/21. Bye week comes early this year on week 4, then they face 3 more playoff teams in the 5 weeks following. After that the load lightens with these powerhouses out of the way, paving the way for another run at the division title.If things don't go as planned in those early tough games, that bye week may be a good time to catch their breath and regroup. There are only 2 games of consequence in the last 8 games of the season so should be ways to rest guys late as long as they have the wins. We will go 10+ wins this season. I don't mind another 13-3, as...

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Big Business: The No Fun League.

Think about how you might spend a few hours of a typical Sunday afternoon during the fall...that’s what I thought. Because according to a very un-scientific poll of a random survey of people, nearly 9.5 out of 10 Americans recognize this logo. Those that don’t are too young to read this, are not from this country, might be lying, or truly live in a hole. The NFL is big business. Due to the fact the 31 teams that make up ‘The League’ are privatelyowned (minus the GB Packers ), we do not have access to team’s, or the NFL’s financial statements. We do know that Forbes magazine values the Dallas Cowboys at $2.3B, the highes tof all teams. (Your Denver Broncos rank #13, with a valuation of $1.16 B.) The NFL also operates its hierarchy in a very odd way. The commissioner of the league, Roger Goodell, actually works for the 31 owners, believe it or not. They are all, in essence, his boss.He is more or less the voice of the owners, making decisions that he thinks will benefit that group the...

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A Womans' take on Fantasy Football

I have been playing fantasy football for the past 3 years, and I must say, being a part of the game has changed my opinions about staying in and watching Football ALL day long every Sunday.  While before playing fantasy, I didn't mind watching my home teams (GO BRONCOS) game, but anyone else was a complete bore and usually ended up with talking shit about how boring football was while waiting for friends to unglue their eyes off the t.v so I could be entertained with something else.   

I am a pretty competitive person in general, once I agreed to joining a league, it was GAME ON!

First, my team name. This took more research then looking at players stats.  My first instinct was to search innapropriate names. Naturally.  Once I realized I was more witty than the majority of people posting "Fantasy team names" I had to crack a beer and simmer on an idea.... This strategy does wonders.  And It came to me "DOMEDECKER" (Do Me Decker) ... YES FANTASIC!

I was a part of a league which...

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How to Get Colorado Rockies Opening Day Tickets

 

It's that time again, time to secure your seats for your favorite baseball teams' opening day game.  Here in Denver it's the same story every year, tickets are sold out and prices can get fairly pricey.  So here's a few tips to get tickets at or below fair market prices:

The Group Tickets Route

1) Contact the baseball club before the end of the prior year.  For instance, if the home opener is 4/6/2014, call the baseball club before the end of December 2013 and open a *group* account. Groups typically go on sale prior to the general public, and often have better prices.

2) Round up your friends, typically you'll need 10-15 people to qualify for group tickets. 

Opening Day Public Onsale Route


1) Start checking the baseball clubs' website after the new year and look for updates about the public on sale date and time.  Public on sales for opening day are often two to four months prior to the actual game date.

2) When the on sale date arrives, make sure you're on your computer and at the...

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Fun. Fun. and more Fun.

Last year Fun. knocked the small venue arena out of the park, selling out most every city they played.  After releasing a few more singles that have gained respectable Billboard chart positions and taking home a few Grammy's , including Best New Artist, the trio is at it again with a mid-size venue tour.  Notable stops include: two shows at Hudson River Park in New York, Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, and Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and Berkeley, to name a few.  The Fun. starts in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at Downsview Park on 07/06/13 followed by an already sold out show in Cleveland, OH's Jacob's Pavillion.  As of this writing, nearly half of their shows are sold out.  Below I'll list the sold out shows with links to our no fee inventory, as well as shows that have not yet sold out and links to the primary ticket website where you can get your tickets!

Sold Out Fun. Concerts:

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