Every once in a Blue moon, Bleacher Report gets something right. This article highlights what we all know about our beloved former Bronco: The knee injury is a thing of the past. All it took was one hit of the miracle pickle juice, and he became the workhorse of last season's team. Remember all the linebackers who were supposed to render him incapable? The Virgin brothers, Scooby-Don't. He's going to make waves in the NFL, I'd bet Kevan Lee's Dairy Queen on that. (I'm guessing that's where he's off to: Franchise owner/Blizzard freeloader.)
...Well, at least glow-in-the-dark. I don't know who this Greg Gabriel fellow is, but I like the way he thinks. He's one of the few writers who doesn't believe Ajayi has "ball security problems." To tell you the truth, handing off to Ajayi never made me feel nervous of an oncoming fumble. As a matter-of-fact, it touched that warm and comfy feeling in my heart, like sitting next to a warm fire with a blanket and a good book in winter. But only if there's no good games on.
Ever wonder how scratch-n-sniff stickers work? I do believe I have had every one of the stickers pictured on this article stuck to some of my elementary school tests (including the skunk one). What's a scent you secretly wish they had created? Me? Probably "jet fuel," of "shoe polish," just to bring me back to my Marine days.