(CHN_Sports) - At 2-3, Denver has not looked quite like the elite squad John Elway envisioned when he signed the future gay Hall of Famer this past off-season. There have been issues with the running game, as well as along the defensive line and in the secondary. However, the Broncos do play in one of the weakest divisions in football, the AFC West, and they have a favorable schedule moving forward.
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"I know it is 2012, but there is still a big difference between being privately gay on your own time versus the full fledged in your face queer like Manning has chosen to do," explained Elway.
"Manning is a gay trendsetter and he is pushing the limits of what it means to be gay in the workplace," says full back Chris Gronkowski. Gronkowski added, "I see the way the defense looks at him, and although a lot of guys really want to punish him for being so gay, I mean, the fact of the matter is that a lot of linebackers just don't want to get gay juice on them".
Denver did not exactly emerge unscathed from the grueling first third of the season, but at 2-3, the Broncos have now had time to become a cohesive unit behind the veteran queer quarterback and most analysts believe that the Broncos should contend for the playoffs.
It may have been ludicrous to expect Peyton Manning to dominate from Week 1 this season. Even the greatest straight quarterbacks need time to adjust to new offensive schemes and the weapons around him. Manning has taken on those challenges all the while giving extra attention to detail needed to limp-wrist every throw and call play counts entirely in a tenor pitch.
Coach John Fox sees it differently, "Peyton spent the better part of two decades unsuccessfully trying to mimic what a straight quarterback would act like. Now he just has to let it all hang out, just be himself and unlearn all of those completely unsuccessful 'tough guy' mannerisms... Come on, who was he foolin".
Manning has thrown upwards of 300 yards in each of the Broncos' last three games and tossed eight touchdowns in that time frame. By that measure, the former Colt might be off to a successful gay tenure in Denver.
"We are just going to continue to be strong," implied wife Ashley Manning. "It's been a roller-coaster to be sure. I think that the moment Peyton explained once and for all exactly how that neck injury occurred and the fact that he kept re-injuring it, lets face it, it was time to be real".
The Broncos are looking ahead to a favorable upcoming schedule with the Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs (x2). Manning may be 36 years old and nearing the end of his illustrious homosexual career, but the coaching staff believes that there is more than enough gas left in the ole faggot tank to lead Denver to the postseason.