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Fridays are for football
The great Broncos receiver Rod Smith announced his retirement recently – to view footage from his emotional farewell follow the link in the main story.

Fridays are for football

By Tom Boyd

July 25, 2008 —  Just as we must eat, sleep, and seek shelter, humans have a primal need to procrastinate – especially on Fridays.

Some are good at procrastination, some less so, and some are blessed with preternatural procrastinational talent.

The key, I find, is give a little focus to the time-wasting. Make it meaningless in a meaningful way, if you follow.

Let’s take football, for example: specifically the Denver Broncos. If you’re looking for the most devoted Denver Bronco fans on earth, look no farther than the Vail Valley. Like most Colorado natives, this blogger bleeds orange and blue (and after going 7-9 last season, there’s been a lot of bleeding.

August 8th marks the start of Broncos preseason when the Donkeys take on former Broncos offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak and his Houston Texans at 6 p.m. on CBS. So, just to get you prepped for the season, I’ve collected a few links here which Broncos fans will appreciate.

First off, the Rocky Mountain News has an online Broncos trivia game which will test (or refresh) your Broncos knowledge:

And if you’re looking for the best fan site, it’s gotta be the “Predominantly Orange” site, located at

For more trivia, check out

The great Broncos receiver Rod Smith announced his retirement recently – to view footage from his emotional farewell, follow this link:

And check out these retrospective photos going back through Smith’s career:

Alright Bronco fans – enjoy.



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