Broncos fans are basking in the euphoria of a 2-0 start, one that on the surface (the very superficial surface) has a lot of luck attached to it.
Everybody watches all the newscasts on Sunday, and every one of them is loaded with Bronco stories, and the comments relative to luck have been widespread.
No question about it, the Broncos have had some good fortune, and we’ll take it.
But we should not forget how many times the past few years situations have arisen that played out just the opposite of what we have seen the lst two weeks.
These things go in cycles, and often the cycles are tied a whole lot to the prevalent talent on a team.
This particular edition of the Denver Broncos currently is leading the NFL in total offense, and ranks third in total defense.
Over the course of a season, if a team maintains those kind of yardage figures, it is goping to seem awfully lucky, perhaps on a weekly basis.
Ultimately, you make your own luck, and there is no barometer of your success like your record.
Every team could have lots of excuses and rationalizations, but ultimately every team has just one record.
And you are what your record says you are.
Remember that and hold your head up when someone says, “It’s all about luck.”