It’s onto Week Six in the grand Denver Broncos and Russell Wilson Revival Tour or disaster excursion. Buy your tickets at your prime and favorite Teller sports bar, while they last.
Game time is 6:15 for this Thursday (Oct. 12) showdown, as the Broncos travel to Kansas City. This will be a first for Denver on prime time this year.
Alright, let’s not lie. The Broncs have zilch change on this one; or, maybe that will get a little lucky and the Chiefs will have a bad night.
Will the continual record of consecutive Bronco losses to the Chiefs, since the beginning of mankind, finally get overcome?
The pollsters aren’t giving the Broncos much of a chance, like none at all. Still, it’s great to see one of the world’s best all-time quarterbacks, with King and Head Emperor, King Patrick (Mahomes). And who knows, the Broncs may have a good night, as they do occasionally against the Chiefs, and then experience a heartbreaking loss.
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.
And since this is a Thursday night game, this is one of the few local hubs for this great Broncos/Chiefs showdown. And believe us: You don’t want to have to resort to streaming games. In fact, the sound of that option sounds super, super depressing.
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. For Broncos’ games, they are offering great deals on Coors draft beers and Bloody Mary’s.
They offer a prime spot for Thursday night games.
If the Broncos game doesn’t fit your schedule and college pigskin is your thing, you are in definite luck. CU, which is still the talk of the nation, hosts Stanford on Oct. 13 at 8 p.m. A win here would get CU back on track and make appearances of Mr. “Prime Time” (Coach Deion Sanders) more worthwhile. Air Force, meanwhile, faces one of their big challenges of the year, as the Cadets host Wyoming on Oct. 14 at 5 p.m. The Cadets have looked awesome this year, but really have not been really challenged. Can the offense, led by Zac Larrier continue, whether by air, ground or just quarterback running assaults.
McGinty’s is a great spot for college ball.