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Kirk Cousins is so dull that even having Justin Jefferson and Dalvin Cook on the roster doesn’t get me excited about the Vikings. Minnesota’s O/U for wins this year is 8.5, and if winning half a game was possible, they would hit that on the dot. Everything about the Vikings reminds me of a guy named Ned- bland, forgettable, and the physical manifestation of unseasoned chicken. The Broncos had a bad week last week, but even Scarlett Johansson has off days. Denver is four and two in their last six preseason games, reliably hit the under, and six-three-and one in their last ten preseason games being favored.
The Broncos won’t be playing many of their starters in their last preseason game. Instead of letting Russ cook, they are taking him out of the kitchen and sitting him on the bench. With his age, it’s a smart move. Kirk Cousins most likely won’t get more than a few reps in this game, so we will see a lot of Kellen Mond and Nick Mullens. I would rather spend a week in Guantanamo Bay than watch the two of them battle it out. The only Nick Mullens worth a damn is the producer of The Adam Friedland Show. I’ll be taking the Broncos Moneyline (Vegas has them at -135), but I won’t be watching. Denver is a good team, and they deserve more respect. Broncos country, let’s ride and buy yourself something nice.