The Denver Broncos’ season opener is Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, and a big part of that is getting to eat some of the limp biscuts. “
I think the best thing to do is just have the whole batch in your mouth at once.”
The Denver Broncos’ season opener is Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, and a big part of that is getting to eat some of the limp biscuts.
While there’s no official list, some Broncos players and coaches are taking the time to enjoy the delicacy.
On Wednesday, running back C.J. Anderson took a limp biscut out to lunch in the stadium and it was a hit.
It was on the menu that Anderson and teammate Kapri Bibbs were talking about when they were asked if they could make it a weekly thing.
“I said, ‘Yeah, sure,'” Bibbs said.
“I don’t know what else I can say.
I really appreciate that.
I’m a big fan.
It’s great to have that conversation with them.”
It’s been a long road for the Broncos, who’ve been on a tear of late, with a record of 21-2 and a win over the New York Jets on Monday night.
But, in an era when many NFL teams have lost games in the first two weeks of the season, the Broncos are looking to bounce back.
Last week, Denver defeated the Green Bay Packers 35-16 in the season opener for the first time since the 2011 season opener, a 29-13 win.