Jarvis on the upcoming Olympics – or why, ‘at this point, any distraction from the Broncos is a welcome distraction.’
With two tough games behind them, the Broncos are ready to take on the Redskins. Then they’ll have the opportunity to disprove the Chargers’ surge hype at home.
With pro baseball players Rodriguez and Pettitte successfully moving on after admitting to drug use, isn’t it time for Clemens, McGwire, Bonds and Sosa to follow suit?
Super Bowl-like London football game aside, the English probably aren’t really that interested in having a U.K. NFL franchise.
For 6-0 Denver, It’s All About a Strong Second Half
There’s no hope for the CU Buffalos as long as Coach Hawkins keeps his son on as starting quarterback.
Football fan and Brett Favre hater Gus Jarvis has a change of heart about the Viking’s quarterback.
Prepare, everyone. The next installment of Rocktober is just around the corner. I hope it will be a good one.
Manchild in Chicagoland: Jay Cutler plays true to form.
The crowds are off hunting, so it’s a great time for anglers to find solitude at area lakes and streams. And the fish are biting, too.
Enough with the Tim Tebow, Florida Gators Praise. The 62-3 routing of unranked Charleston Southern is unimpressive.
Is there a trick for catching those finicky fish at Silver Lake above Telluride?
TV game blackouts spell the beginning of the end of the NFL.
Find serenity on the San Miguel River.
Baffled by those who still root for Jay Cutler – but hey, good luck, Chicago.
Jarvis on Baseball: “If I were in Vegas, I would put a sizable amount of money on the Rockies ending their regular season as NL West Champions.
‘Sorry, Burress, your stupid mistake is going to cost you prison time and that is the way it should be.’
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