By Brent “The Hawk” Walker
After several beers with DoubleB during championship Sunday and celebrating the demise of the New England Cheaters season like we do every year, we realized that we have different opinions on who is going to win the big game. Thus we decided this year that we would each write our separate case and compare/ debate the big game.
I’m riding with Sheriff Manning and his Broncos, and here is why:
A Case for the Denver Broncos
Sunday, February 7, 3:30 PM
Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California
1)Carolina Panthers (17-1)
1) Denver Broncos (14-4) (+5.5)
( 45.0 O/U)
In Seattle the consensus is that everyone will be rooting for Peyton Manning and, or, against Cam Newton.
But everyone also seems to think that Carolina will destroy Denver like Seattle did two years ago in SB48 because this Panthers team is built very similar to that Seahawks team. They have a dual threat quarterback, a great running game, a terrific defense and almost always win the turnover battle.
Here’s the thing: it is Denver’s defense that is most like that Seahawks defense, and we all know that defense wins championships. They absolutely demolished Tom Brady in the AFC Championship, sacking him 4 times and hitting him 19 other times, and it was awesome.
Continue reading SUPER BOWL 50: A Case for the Denver Broncos
Welcome to the the sixth segment of The Hawk’s NFL Preview…
which covers the AFC West, which includes the defending Super Bowl runner-up Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, and San Diego Chargers. For previous divisions just click on the name:
Click on the logo below to see the first team in Hawk’s 2014 NFL Preview: AFC West Edition: The Denver Broncos.
Note from DouBle B: Welcome to the the third segment of Hawk’s NFL Preview, which covers the NFC East, for previous divisions just click on the name:
Click on the logo below to see the first team in Hawk’s 2014 NFL Preview: NFC East Edition: The Dallas Cowboys.