Broncos Versus the Dolphins
It’s onto Week Three in the grand Denver Broncos and Russell Wilson Revival Tour. Buy your tickets at your prime and favorite Teller sports bar, while they last.
Game time is 11 a.m. for this Sunday (Sept. 24) showdown in Miami, as the Broncs take on the Dolphins. Perfect time for an early lunch, and a few beverages; and hopefully, a chance to enjoy a better Denver offense than what was displayed in Week One. Due to deadlines, we didn’t quite have the results of the Washington game, prior to press time.
So, we are winging it a bit with our early picks.
The last time these two teams met was in Nov. 2020, and the Broncos prevailed by a score of 20-13.
However, the Dolphins are a much improved team and made it to the playoffs last year. Preliminary odds aren’t giving any of these teams an overwhelming favorite rating for this match-up; although many insiders are giving the Dolphins the early heads-up, based on home field advantage and the familiarity that some of their new coaches have with the Broncos (since they held previous coaching assignments with the Broncos in the past, and then were booted out of town in most cases.) This is the first of two games on the road for the Broncos, who play the Chicago Bears in ChiTown on Oct. 1.
Then, the Broncos will host the New York Jets; although much of the preliminary gunfire for that bout has been defused due to the unfortunate season-ending injury of Aaron Rodgers.
If you are looking for a great and fun place to check out the action, don’t forget McGinty’s Wood Oven Pub in Divide, the “The Center of the Known Universe,” the sponsor of our fine NFL Football page and Bronco previews and a slew of predictions.
McGinty’s, with its sports bar setup and winner of many Best Of awards in the High Country, offers a prime opportunity to view nearly all of the NFL games and partake in some great game food and drink specials.
From personal experience, their award-winning Blood Mary’s and special drafts are quite a treat.
College Showdowns: If the Broncos game doesn’t fit your schedule and college pigskin is your thing, you are in definite luck this weekend. Check out CU, the talk of the nation these days, as they square off against Oregon on the road at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday (Sept. 23). A win here would really cement CU’s national ranking and bring about regular appearances of Mr. “Prime Time” (Coach Deion Sanders). Meanwhile, Air Force will play San Jose State on Friday evening.