After having a house full of sick children, over the holidays, we welcomed the invitation to attend the Broncos' last regular season game.
It was brisk, bright, and beautiful day for a football game. The cold didn't bother me too much because
we were given tickets to sit in the Champions Club. Woot, woot! As we made our way to that suite we caught a view of our pickup down below. Can you spot it? Ha! Probably not.
After riding escalators, walking long corridors, and getting on an elevator we finally made it to the Champions Club suite, and we were famished. It was a good thing we were hungry because there was prime rib, an open bar, a hot chocolate and coffee area, a whole section of cheese and crackers, fruit, a nacho bar, and
The Broncos then made their grand entrance through the big bronco tunnel.
Emmanuel Sanders is only 5'9", but he can catch the ball like nobody's business.
CJ Anderson came out of no where to replace other injured running backs and now he's made quite a name for himself on this squad. We love him!
At halftime we were introduced to former players that were hanging out in the sweet. Can you spot and name them? Some of them multiple Superbowl rings.
Then they interviewed the skydivers and I hung out with them for a little while. They almost had me convinced to jump out of a plane with them.
We had pretty good seats and even had a little area in which my tiny, cute desserts could sit. ;)
The Broncos began pulling away from the Raiders in terms of the score, so it was a refreshing change to get a chance to see Brock Osweiler (17) come into the game for a few plays.
We left the game with a big high and were super excited to run into Kory Brunson while waiting for the elevator. Kory Brunson sang the National Anthem before the game and is the lead singer for the Kory Brunson Band. Last summer he played at the shopping mall near house! It was a great ending to 2014.