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Rockies reeling, Broncos primed
 
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By Brandon Rivera
Sports@lavozcolorado.com
 
08/08/2018

The Colorado Rockies just wrapped up a three-game series with the Milwaukee Brewers on the road winning only game three. In the series against the Cardinals last week the Rockies also only walked away with a single win from game-one of their series. Thus far, the start of August has not been a good one for the Rox losing 4 of 5 since the 1st.

The Rockies return this week to host the Pirates. Monday night the Rockies shutout the Pirates in game one of a three-game series. Next week the division-leading L.A. Dodgers come to the Mile High City for four-game series, giving the Rockies an opportunity to cut the Dodgers lead and quite possibly catch them.

In other sports the Denver Broncos are days away from their first game of the pre-season against the Minnesota Vikings. The Broncos kicked off their second week of training camp and things are looking up for Denver fans. While most of the country doesnít share the same sentiment that most Broncos fans do, there has been a collective sigh of relief after seeing that Broncoís quarterback Case Keenum is up to the challenge in the Mile High.

After two consecutive seasons of not making the playoffs in 2016 and 2017, the Broncos are primed to take back their dominance in the AFC West. This year Denverís defense is still as nasty as itís ever been and the offense has drastically improved. Being in the toughest division football itís going to take more than just a drastic improvement to the offense to make a push for the playoffs this season. Denver has three of the best AFC teams to face twice this season and losing twice to any of them can hamper their playoff sights.

In other sports the Colorado Rapids beat the L.A. Galaxy over the weekend at Dickís Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City. The Rapids outshot and out-possessed the Galaxy, which was the overall deciding factor in their 2-1 win over L.A.

 

 

 

 

 
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