The Broncos Bowl

Broncos fans have a lot to be thankful for today.

First and foremost, having your team in the Big Game means you have the distraction of the game itself from all the ridiculous commercialism and peripheral nonsense that surrounds America’s premier sporting event.

We all know it’s not just a game anymore. The Super Bowl is America’s most important winter holiday — without, you know, actually being one. It’s Mardi Gras and New York’s Fashion Week and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally all rolled into one shared American experience and served with pizza and beer.


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