"You looked out the windows and there was a bunch of egg shells and egg yolk on the bus".
But for the fans out there thinking the Broncos are going to sign Kirk Cousins to an astronomical deal or draft a guy like Baker Mayfield in the first round and then all problems are solved and the team is an immediate Super Bowl contender, they may end up rather disappointed.
The Minnesota Vikings remain optimistic that safety Andrew Sendejo will be available for Sunday's clash at the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game. Newman isn't necessarily expecting another round of egg toss from the fans, but he's sure they will be amped up.
Even though the game is on a Sunday, and probably won't finish until 10 p.m., that won't stop the Eagles faithful from making visitors feel unwelcome.
The forecast for the fans is noise. "It's going to the school district of Philadelphia. How you quiet down the fans is by scoring points, stopping the run and making it happen".
But the Vikings initially went into the year with Sam Bradford as their starter.
Consider how Williams' legacy for the offseason - and even his career, if he does nothing else especially notable - would have changed if those few seconds had played out differently: If Williams had tackled Diggs but tackled him out of bounds, the Saints would likely have lost the game anyway. He started in Minnesota's last appearance at Lincoln Financial Field, a 21-10 loss on October 23, 2016. But the Eagles saw him as a serviceable, experienced quarterback and they don't seem anxious at all that Wentz won't suit up again this season. Hundreds and hundreds of reaction videos, and highlights of the play cut to Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" surfaced immediately and haven't slowed down.
The Browns are mocked for passing on Wentz, but they still got a haul by exploiting Philadelphia's desperation to upgrade at the position.
"To be here is surreal", Foles said. Now is not the time to be Sean Payton and the New Orleans Saints. He was an Eagles assistant from 1999-2008 and their offensive coordinator from 2013-15. "Because everybody's on the bandwagon and hopefully they can keep going", he said.
"I was hanging on the sidelines; the game can't end on a touchdown", he explained, "you have to kick the extra point and I wasn't going to be the one to say, 'hey, we have to run another play.' I just let everyone do their thing until they got it together".
Conference title games played for Keenum, Foles and Bortles: Zero heading into Sunday. Including the playoffs, Keenum, Foles and Jared Goff combined to go 25-8 this season. This included the game-winning touchdown on a 61-yard reception that came on the final play of the fourth quarter. He said that was "the best thing" he ever did because it forced him to think about why he was playing football. "I'm expecting it to be insane". I was watching ESPN today, and all five analysts, experts, they call themselves, picked the Falcons to win.