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Denver Egotist links to a search engine that retrieves the least popular results first. By this logic Dan Maes should be the first entry in a search for "Colorado Governor."

The Mile High Report has your in-depth Broncos-Titans breakdown. Vince Young has thrown for 338 yards all season and led the Titans to two victories. Kyle Orton threw for 476 yards last week and...well, you know.

Jason Salzman at Big Media searches for reason, uniformity or anything concrete in Ken Buck's stances on birth control and abortion.

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