Friday, October 19, 2018

Colorado’s weekend split with the Giants should be cause for celebration

The Rockies matched the loaded San Francisco Giants pitching rotation pitch for pitch over a four-game split this weekend.

Jeff Bridich’s most recent comments could put him in a pickle

Rockies GM Jeff Bridich's most recent comments suggest there will be changes made at Coors Field if the product on the field doesn't improve.

Jobs are on the line for the Colorado Avalanche as they finish the season

Tonight’s final road game for the Colorado Avalanche marks the beginning of a two-game audition where jobs are on the line for key personnel.

The Colorado Rockies can’t stay out of their own way

Don't be fooled by the positives happening with the Colorado Rockies right now. There's plenty of bad to wash away the good.
Trevor Story

Young Rockies shortstop Trevor Story will need to finish what he’s starting

If he's truly going to put Troy Tulowitzki out of the fans' minds, Trevor Story will have to finish the season strong as well

Irv Brown steps away from the microphone

After more than 30 years on air, legendary Denver sports broadcaster Irv Brown will retire on Thursday, April 7.

The Colorado Rockies are getting it done, bad expenditures and all

Despite having nearly 40 percent of their payroll tied up in two players who aren't contributing, the Rockies are set up well this year and beyond.

Gotta Love the GOAT: Denver should root for Tom Brady

Instead of despising Tom Brady, Denver should be hoping he wins again -- and then decides to extend his legacy outside of New England.
Denver Broncos

Is Anything More Interesting Than a Broncos Story?

That Senior Bowl -- the one where the Denver Broncos' coaching staff is coaching two top quarterbacks ahead of the NFL draft. And I found myself rolling my eyes -- this is how people wanted to spend their time?

In today’s NFL, relying solely on the ‘eye test’ for quarterbacks can leave you...

The NFL may be more of a passers' league than it's ever been, but it's more complicated than that -- today's NFL is a shallow passers' league. Speed beats strength, brain beats brawn, and teams that don't recognize that get left behind.