AFC Wildcard Broncos @ Colts Jan 9th 2005

Colts Training Camp Summer 2004

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mvnster:

Notre Dame Football Friday by Lyfe Photography on Flickr.
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Peyton Manning rookie camp April 1998

peytonmanningisahottie:

Thanks for the tip gomanning

Joe Harnell - The Lonely Man
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This song + this photo = how I feel about the Broncos losing tonight. It’s going to be a rough few weeks.

lars134:

Jimmy Stewart in “Navy Blue and Gold” (1937)

lars134:

Jimmy Stewart in “Navy Blue and Gold” (1937)

cremebrulee29:

The Living Legends

cremebrulee29:

The Living Legends

thehudsucker:

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It’s the moment NFL fans have been waiting for: Super Bowl Sunday is in less than two days at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey! As many will take part in countless festivities in and around the city, the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks are fiercely preparing for a match-up of the ages! The game is attracting quite a lot of attention as the two teams battle for the ultimate prize, the Lombardi Trophy and be hailed Super Bowl Champs of the 2013/2014 season, while bracing for a winter storm that just might cripple the game. 

To get you up to speed, the two teams in the Super Bowl are the Denver Broncos and theSeattle Seahawks. Both teams have played tremendously this season. The Broncos are back in the Super Bowl for the first time since the last days of QB John Elway. Ultimately, they blew every team away and covered the spread in back-to-back championship games in 1997 and 1998. For the Seattle Seahawks, it’s a little different. The team has never won a Super Bowl and this is their second appearance to the famed event after losing the 2005 season to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

As our writers have been covering every week of the NFL season by sharing highlights and favorite plays of the games, our writers, Bo DietrickTania HussainKatherine HernandezAndrew RogersChris Hill, and James Layne huddle up in one final play to preview the Super Bowl, while looking back at this prolific 2013/2014 season.

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"I still enjoy playing football. I still enjoy the preparation part of it, the work part of it. Everybody enjoys the games, everybody’s going to be excited to play in a Super Bowl, but I think when you still enjoy the preparation and the work part of it, I think you probably still ought to be doing that."