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May 23, 2007 6:00 AM

An NFL Defense

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  • May 23, 2007

    8:24 AM

    Tom writes:

    Good one Drew!

    Does Dove Valley have a sign over the entrance that says "Welcome to the Kircus Circus?"

  • May 23, 2007

    11:58 AM

    QBT writes:

    The sign at Dove Valley should read Shanahan's Slammer since Mike always recruits losers with criminal records.

  • May 23, 2007

    12:21 PM

    Tom writes:

    Maybe design an alternate 3rd jersey for the Broncos with orange and blue jailbird stripes?
    Free water bongs to each player instead of game balls after each victory?

  • May 23, 2007

    3:51 PM

    Bobby writes:

    Your comments and sadistic cartoons are no longer funny or entertaining.

  • May 23, 2007

    7:22 PM

    Brian writes:

    At leas tthe NFL takes action against bad conduct unlike the NBA. And to echo what Bobby said, lately Drew your cartoons have been found wanting. But since I can't draw you still have one up on me.

  • May 24, 2007

    7:22 AM

    Yuppers writes:

    Very lame.

  • May 24, 2007

    8:14 AM

    Kristi writes:

    Drew - I love your stuff.
    You speak (draw) your mind and you haven't been wrong yet.
    Keep up the good work.

  • May 24, 2007

    8:15 AM

    ColoPatsFan writes:

    Drew - I love your stuff.
    You speak (draw) your mind and you haven't been wrong yet.
    Keep up the good work.

  • May 24, 2007

    10:22 AM

    MJ writes:

    How about a toon of the Broncos having the best CB tandem in the league.

  • May 24, 2007

    11:08 AM

    Mo writes:

    I think we make too big an issue out of pro athletes legal troubles. A lot of people beat their spouses, abuse drugs, and engage in dog fighting everyday and most are not Denver Broncos.

    People who cast the most stones really need to take a look at their own lives.

  • May 24, 2007

    12:27 PM

    Canderous writes:

    NFL players getting arrested on a regular basis? That never happens.

    Sincerely,

    The last two or three decades.

  • May 24, 2007

    1:18 PM

    Tom writes:

    How about.....the fact that, sadly, THIS is the current state of professional sports. The focus has shifted from the sports field to the legal playing field.

    I am not surprised.

    With the absurd sums of money these 20 year old individuals are pulling in, it's only a matter of time before legal troubles arise for some of these folks.
    Many people twice their age can't handle wealth or fame very well. It goes to their head and they think they're untouchable. That they can do anything and it's okay because they make a lot of money and are a celebrity.
    Makes one wonder how some of these sports companies that make helmets and such can make them large enough to fit the swelled heads of these athletes.
    Keep on this Drew. Keep making this dark side of the sporting world known. Lots of people try and pretend that it doesn't exist. Go figure. Guess they just don't get it.

  • May 24, 2007

    6:35 PM

    Brian writes:

    Tom,

    If all you do is focus on the dark side of anything then it will become ugly.

    Drew, you don't need to follow his advice. You can focus on some good things sometimes.

    Your cartoons have been dark and bleak lately. Are you feeling ok?

  • May 25, 2007

    9:17 AM

    Tom writes:

    Brian....

    You have been paying attention to the current sporting world, haven't you?

    Steroid-laden Barry Bonds, Jason Giambi, Mike Shanahan drafting druggies....

    It's not good. But it is real.

  • May 25, 2007

    10:59 AM

    Tom writes:

    Amazing.

    I just heard that David Kircus has asked a judge to let him drink alcohol and leave the state this weekend. Is it any wonder?
    He knows he's a pro athlete, so therefore, he is of course above the law right?
    Just gotta go get some beer in him for the holiday weekend, right?
    maybe Kircus should have thought of this before brawling with some folks recently.
    Why haven't the Broncos released this guy already?

  • May 26, 2007

    4:24 PM

    Brian writes:

    Tom,

    Perhaps you should leave judgements to the court. If he is found guilty then you can treat him as such. Right now he is under a presumption of innocence because that is a right granted to everyone. Seriously you are tiresome with your anti-athlete bashing at times.

    In your world a pro athlete doesn't seem to deserve due process.

  • May 26, 2007

    4:24 PM

    Brian writes:

    Tom,

    Perhaps you should leave judgements to the court. If he is found guilty then you can treat him as such. Right now he is under a presumption of innocence because that is a right granted to everyone. Seriously you are tiresome with your anti-athlete bashing at times.

    In your world a pro athlete doesn't seem to deserve due process.

  • May 29, 2007

    12:28 PM

    Tom writes:

    Hey Brian....

    Try hitting the "Post your comments" button ONE time.

    Seriously....you are tiresome with your bashing me over bashing David Kirkus.

    **Yawn**

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