Sitting on my couch last night I reflected back to my youth and watching The Exorcist for the first time as an adolescent. I was helpless to turn away and had difficulty getting the images out of my head afterwards. The drive by Tebow in the waning moments of the Broncos victory had a similar effect on me. This cat is while overrated due to the polarization of our mainstream media has simply been getting the job done for the seemingly at least at the start of the season over-matched Broncs. This brought to mind another post about a year ago asking us here to name our most hated rival. At the time I said KC mainly based on the majority of their fans' ridiculous claims at owning the division we called home following a miraculous 5-2 start. Now with recent events I came to the realization that escaped me, I now know above all I hate the Denver Broncos.I didn't acknowledge them after our recent domination but with the rise of Tim Tebow and their overnight improvement it makes me recall why I hate this team and have hated them for years. I hated them when we were kicking Elway's ass in the mid 90's and especially in the Shanahan years. Now it's Tebow's turn to feel my wrath. Von Miller would probably be easy to hate for some due to his ferocious, destructive play against us but I see him as a great, agressive player, almost Raider-like. Tebow is the anti-Raider with his effect he has on his idiot fans in the stands on TV telecasts, to his irritating almost holier than thou demeanor. What I hate most is the fact he is basically mediocre, doing things that seem easy to stop and yet no one has shown they can do anything to contain it, at least for 60 minutes. For this I thank you Tim Tebow for reminding why I hate your orange Donkey turd organization and everything it stands for. P.S. You make me sick.
On to the game, with the recent news regarding Dick Seymour's status for our showdown with Steve Hutchison and Adrian Peterson it made me feel less confident than I did leading up to this contest. It also brought into question another player on our line that has been relatively quiet if not for a timely pick against the Texans earlier this year. Why has Lamar Houston been up to this point a disappointment? I mean the preseason prognosticators had him as the heir-apparent to Seymour to lead this front four into the 2010's. If not that at least approach double-digit sacks which doesn't seem very likely right now. In fact I believe the majority of the edge runs that are killing us are going to his side as he is getting walled off and missing assignments. With Seymour likely out, I am calling out Lamar Houston to shake off the cobwebs and bring the intensity he played with last year against the Vikings and lead our defense to a much-needed win. That is all.