Sunday, September 28, 2008

Broncos - Chiefs at Camaro-head....

The Chiefs have looked dreadful this season, but never underestimate the mojo that an entire stadium filled with guys on the right fueled on Milwaukee's Beast Light can generate.
I know this game is supposed to be a gimme for the Broncos, but for years when I sized up the schedule before the season began I generally considered the yearly trip to Arrowhead as a pretty reliable "L".

Hope this year is different...
Cutler and crew should be able to rack-up their now-usual loads of points. It sure would be nice if the D could step up and rattle whichever Arena Football League caliber QB they lineup today (Huard? Thigpen?) and deliver a decent performance.
Camaro-head be damned, these are not the Chargers or the Saints; time to silence at least some of the critics and play a solid game on both sides of the ball and bring home a victory from KC.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Elway, Say It Ain't So!!!

Received a "tip" today from my west coast sources that John Elway is engaged to a former Raiders cheerleader, Paige Green. Yes, that John Elway, and yes, those Oakland Raiders. Is nothing sacred in the world anymore? This is John Motherfucking Elway we're talking about. God knows he's got a longer leash than pretty much anyone out there about what he wants to do with himself in his post-football life. Arena football? Yet another reason Bon Jovi blows, but Elway, shit knock yourself out, dude. Never been to "Elways" restaurant, and I'm pretty sure it's full of pricks wearing mock turtlenecks and sport coats, but you gotta do something with yourself and why not be a restaurateur. I'll even let your republican allegiances slide, because you are John "Super Bowl 33 MVP" Elway.

But you got to have some principles and Johnny Boy, I dare say you've crossed the line with this latest stunt. You've showed up around town for the last few years making public appearances with a Coors Light in hand and various broads at your side, so why decide to marry a RAIDERS CHEERLEADER??!!?? Dude, stay in the closet with that shit!! What, is Al Davis going to be at your wedding? Is Howie Long going to make a toast during the reception?

Good god, I thought Favre sullied his legacy as a Packer by his recent shenanigans, but this my even trump that. Let's hope he comes to his senses before he goes through with this act of heresy.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

ATP New York destroys ears, livers. (Sunday edition)

My Bloody Valentine

Dinosaur Jr.

Bob Mould

...and you will know us by the trail of dead

Best fest ever........................

ATP New York destroys ears, livers (Saturday edition)



Les Savy Fav

ATP New York destroys ears, livers. (Friday edition)

While I realize that Broncos season is in full swing (what a fine season it is so far) and the Avs puck drops on their preseason this evening, but in light of numerous music related posts in the past couple months I feel the need to throw up a few based on my recent trip out to the Catskills in New York to take in the All Tomorrow's Parties fest. It was a weekend of horseshoes, bocce ball, excessive drinking, and AMAZING music.

Built to Spill

Patton Oswalt

Meat Puppets

On Friday also saw Tortoise and Thurston Moore but was either too lazy or forgetful to get the camera out for those shows.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Um, Thanks Again

I'm really glad we didn't lose this game to Martin. That little freak soccer guy really did us a favor by missing a pair of FGs, especially that one when the game was winding down and it seemed lost.

As great it is to be 3-0, this team has some pretty serious issues on D (and special teams). Get that shit figured out, or the 3-0 start won't mean a thing later in the year.

This just in, Brandon Marshall is good....

Monday, September 15, 2008

Uh, Thanks.

Yes, the donkeys probably shouldn't have won that game, with how lame they played in the 2nd half. Two critical calls go our way that pretty much lead to two of our touchdowns. Good, I'm glad. I'd be in a much worse mood if the refs and the hi-tech equipment were actually working properly. Cutler looks good yet again, but late game turnovers in the red-zone still seem to be an issue, which I believe was his main (and very deserving) criticism from last year. Tough to blame anyone for this (almost) blown game, but the entire D. As good as Cutler played yesterday, our D was making lame-ass Rivers and that newly fantasy football love-child RB look very unstoppable, especially in the 2nd Half. This division will definitely be won by either of these two teams: we all saw how back the Raiders were last week, and they were kind of making KC their bitch at KC during the morning round of games yesterday.

Hopefully this game will be a wakeup call for our D and remind Cutler the importance of taking care of the ball within the redzone.

And if you answered (b) in this week's poll, give yourself a pat on the back.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Anyone got a couple of these beauties in their collection?

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Team Fined by League Office

In a decision handed down by NFL Commissioner Roger Goddel, the Denver Broncos have been fined an undisclosed amount for their failure to comply with league wide standards for hairstyle. During last night's first Raider possession in the Denver/Oakland game, the Broncos starting defensive backfield was being introduced by defensive tackle Elvis Dumervil when it became apparent that the Broncos had failed to field at least one corner or safety with dreadlocks.

Goddel was into his seventh cup of homemade mochachinos when the atrocity was noticed, "I spit out the last sip of that sweet, sweet coffee. Not only was I upset that I had to ask my assistant, Reuben to make me another cup, but I was just flat out angry at (Broncos' Coach) Mike Shanahan. I mean, don't we all love Al Harris?"

Goddel also used the infraction to speak about his disdain for the bizarre request that ESPN makes for every season opening Monday night.

"Don't get me wrong, I like the night life, I like to boogie. But, that sh*t didn't start until 11 o'clock here in New York."

The Broncos immediately contacted the San Francisco 49ers about requiring the services of Walt Harris.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Good Luck Tonight, Fellas....I'll Be Home Watching On TV

And likely having a few cold ones. Hopefully I don't decide to punch my TV or get in my car and do a little driving.

Like the rest of KTH, I'll be cheering for you B'cos!!!

Love, Brandon

Tuesday, September 2, 2008