They know how it feels to wake up with the best quarterback on the field, the best in the game. The quiet confidence, deep in your soul, that no matter how dire the circumstances, how long the odds, as long as No. 7 or No. 18 are still chucking, no cause is ever truly lost. In the decades before Patrick Mahomes, it was the people of Kansas City, not Denver, who suffered from chronic quarterback envy. … [Read more...] about Keeler: Save us, Drew Lock! All Broncos fans living in Kansas City want for Christmas is a win over the dang Chiefs.
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But in the days that immediately followed, I became a little grumpy, which is uncharacteristic - I think! I baulked at the regulatory nature of each step we were all taking and the ideas of compliance. I muttered at the lack of freedom that overtook the release from confinement. I didn't blame anyone - in fact, I clearly saw the BCCI's need to restrict movement and meetings, to insist on certain rhythms and to deny certain access - but I began to overthink it. Locked up in the room for a week, I was fine - my space, my choices. Allowed out of the room but restricted in the ether, I felt as if my IP had been stolen. … [Read more...] about Life in the bubble is okay for a while, but over time it is an existential threat
And when she starts writing crime novels in 1916, she instinctively homes in on the man she would now cast as her detective. She says in her autobiography, “I settled on the Belgian detective. I allowed him slowly to grow into his part. He should have been an inspector, so that he would have a certain knowledge of crime. He would be meticulous, very tidy... And he should be brainy — he should have little grey cells of the mind... Yes, he would have little grey cells.” … [Read more...] about Poirot at 100
The group said in the most recently released minutes: 'Ethnic groups may be at greater risk of infection after having come in contact with the virus, for example due to differences in immune response and nutritional status, which in itself could be related to stress or environmental conditions such as air pollution (differential susceptibility to infection).' … [Read more...] about It’s now TOO LATE for a circuit breaker… two weeks after Starmer called for one – but SAGE had already told Boris multiple short lockdowns would be needed
Coming off the Denver bench when a dinged shoulder forced Lock to the sideline, Driskel was forced into action last weekend against the Steelers without the benefit of any meaningful repetitions with the No. 1 offense before the team traveled to Pittsburgh. In emergency duty, Driskle completed 18-of-34 attempts for 256 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. His quarterback rating was 84.9. … [Read more...] about Kiszla: At this point in storied NFL career, is old Tom Brady any better than Broncos journeyman Jeff Driskel?