Back to the non-Bob, non-Chef topic at hand, I say half of the show last night.
He talked about his friendship with Tillman, which is where the beard came from. He talked about being a leader on the field. He talked about his life outside of football. They had a segment from his time in AZ, at their camp in Flagstaff. He had a cam inside his helmet, and it showed what he saw. QB is definitely NOT the place for an indecisive person.
I am gonna ask other folks who say it there opinion, but it didnt really pull punches. It brought up some of his less than shining moments (they missed the left handed toss into the endzone for an INT, thank God), and he talked about that. They had a pick he threw last year against Carolina and then the comments the Panthers were saying on the bench. They had another shot of him talking to Shanny after throwing a pick in endzone against KC, and Shanny was telling him, "No, it was never there, Jake." He didnt offer excuses, he just said he needed to improve.
I am a fair amount of a Plummer homer. Of all the pro athletes I have knowledge of, the reminds me the most of myself. We are about the same age (he's younger). He grew up in a smaller city like I did, has some similar interests, some similar attitudes on life. I cant help but like the guy - even if he doesnt always do the best thing out their on the field.
Its a good watch, I recommend it for all Broncos fans.
Now back to the Boob hi-jacking on this thread... when are they gonna have an "In their own words: TrINT Green" episode. I can hardly wait for that one. "Well I sat forever. Then I got a chance but mean ole Rodney Harrison hurt me. So I watched Kurt Warner steal my glory. Then I trekked across Misery to KC. I coulda had a ring here in KC if my coach and owners knew what defense was. Its a shame, really. Well, that's my story."