Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday post focuses on Peyton Manning’s retirement. Unequivocally, the time is right for The Sheriff to walk away from the game that he so eloquently said he reveres. Yesterday, #18 shared with an expecting sports world that … Continue reading
Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog spotlights what I believe is the best story surrounding this weekend’s Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, CA. No, it’s not about Denver Broncos’ QB Peyton Manning’s probable swan song. Nor does it concern … Continue reading
For today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog, I’m calling an audible about Super Bowl 50 QB’s Peyton Manning and Cam Newton. That’s right, as savvy QB’s do at the line of scrimmage, I’m veering from the way I normally do … Continue reading
NFL scouts thought he was too small. They also thought he lacked the necessary speed and athleticism to play professionally.
But, just like a casino slot machine can unexpectedly pay out big dividends, Denver Broncos’ slot receiver Wes Welker did the same. He proved all the so-called NFL experts wrong.Continue reading
The NFL may have only completed Week 2 of its 16 week 2015 season, but my pot of angst is already burbling up and gushing over. Plenty of players, coaches, fans, commercials and new wagering web sites have wasted no … Continue reading
Inspiration for today’s #TBT sports blog came from watching last night’s 2015 ESPY Awards on ABC. Sure, I enjoyed watching the show’s intro that blended awesome music with the top sports highlights from the previous year. I held back tears … Continue reading
Yesterday, the surprising Indianapolis Colts upset the favored Denver Broncos 24 – 13 to advance to next weekend’s AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots. However, to many unbiased sports fans, the clear cut winner in last night’s game … Continue reading
Two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback and current Denver Broncos’ General Manager and Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway and 76,273 fans at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium sprung to their feet and cheered. Millions of fans … Continue reading
Here’s a look back at Volume 1 of the MIKE Sports Comic Book Series featuring my all-time NFL Favorites. These football favorites include six famous players, three legendary teams and the single greatest play in NFL history. My choices may … Continue reading
Though no one ever questioned his intellect or his desire to play football, NFL scouts did think he was too small and lacked the necessary speed and athleticism to play professionally.
But, just like a casino slot machine can unexpectedly pay out big dividends, former New England Patriots’ and now Denver Broncos’ slot receiver Wes Welker proved all the so-called NFL experts wrong.
At just 5’9” and 185 lbs. the undersized slot receiver known as the Slot Machine defied all NFL odds and became a two-time NFL All-Pro first team wide receiver.Continue reading