Humble Pie Tastes Like Chicken

Statistics are wonderful and can be helpful during any sports argument, but there is one guaranteed truth; the winning team is better than the losing team. If you don’t believe me, try telling a Chiefs fan that the Packers are better! Yesterday, I watched my Denver Broncos lose to the Patsies; I was not happy with the results. (Losses are for losers!)

I love the passion that comes from true sports fans. There is nothing that I enjoy more than great trash talking. I can dish it out and I have no problem listening to someone else gloat as their team beats my team. I am a diehard fan who believes that my team is better than your team. Unfortunately, we can’t win every game. It seems that the Broncos winning streak ends at six. In the next few weeks, I will hear a bunch of nonsense about how bad the team is, but we all know the truth; the Broncos are Super Bowl contenders!

As much as I hate to say it, the Patsies were the better team. Nothing matters other than the final score. Although I am extremely upset with the way the Broncos played, I believe the team will continue to improve. At the end of the day, win or lose, the Broncos were locked into the 4th playoff spot; the loss wasn’t really a big deal, except for the fact that it was a BIG deal. (There is nothing worse than losing to the Patsies!)

Great words, except for the nonsense at the end!

     These famous words come from the great Tim Tebow. In 2008, the Gators lost to Ole Miss, and Tebow promised to perform at a higher level; the team won the National Title at the end if the season! I believe in Tim Tebow!

Yesterday’s loss reminds me of an incident which happened 2001. The New England Patsies started the season at 1-3. We tortured the fans and looked forward to another horrible season for the hometown scrubs. If you have a decent memory, you will remember that the Patsies turned their season around and won the Super Bowl. (Tebow will lead the Broncos to the promise land!)

I have nothing more to say about the game. Congrats to the Patsies; we will play better in the future! To the victor, go the spoils!

Go Broncos!

 It’s still TEBOW TIME!!!

P.S. If you are wondering, I did not enjoy writing this post!


Published by Peter Teixeira

First and foremost, I enjoy writing stories. I recently completed my first novel, and I successfully co-wrote a short film script, which won the grand prize in the words made easy competition.

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  1. You know I thought about not commenting on this post because its just too damn easy! But that was just a silly thought!

    So ok, I gotta tell you this is by far one of my favorite posts!! Great job! There were so many things I loved about it, but for sake of time and your dignity I will only highlight a few!

    1. In the first paragraph: You watched the lowly broncos lose to the mighty Pats!(yes, I’m going to paraphrase!!) And may I add, you didn’t just watch you wouldn’t shut up with your its tebow time and blah blah blah!!

    2. In paragraph 3: The mighty mighty Patriots are the better team!! Nothing, absolutely nothing matters other than the final score.

    Oh but you managed to keep your sense of humor. When you said that the broncos are still superbowl contendenders and that chow chow will lead the donkeys to the promise land! Hahahahahaha! Classic! You’re a funny guy!

    I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy writing this post (not really) but I very much enjoyed reading it! Thanks!!!


  2. My silence to this point was not by choice; I left my phone at home today! Anyway, I love how you are trying to compare your team to our 2001 greatest underdogs of all time team….remember that! You are comparing your Broncos to a Patriots team! Enough

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