Denver Blogs: Broncos season kills brains dead!

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For your pleasure: The fruit of three Denver bloggers' labor.

T.J. Johnson's season-ending Broncos stats roundup for Mile High Report argues that during the second half of the season, the team "were killing your brain like a poisonous mushroom." If only it had been the hallucinatory kind.

Over at the Mile High Mamas site, guest blogger Jolene Park offers "10 Things You Can Do To Increase Your Energy And Stay Healthy In The New Year" -- such as journaling about traumatic, stressful or emotional events. Like the Broncos season, for instance.

Rocky Mountain Right resurrects an old attack ad on Ken Salazar. His enemies haven't forgotten.

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