For most of the franchise’s existence, its first regular season game has been not just the biggest story in Colorado sports, but the biggest story in Colorado, period. But after the CU Buffaloes, led by human supernova Deion “Coach Prime” Sanders, leapt into the college football top twenty after schooling the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers 36-14 on September 9, the Broncos needed a stellar performance the next day to retain their peak status.
Instead, Denver, under its own new leader, former Super Bowl winner Sean Payton, delivered another heaping helping of mediocrity en route to a 17-16 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders — the seventh consecutive failure to vanquish the outfit’s historical rival.
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