Knowshown Moreno in Denver Blogs: Why the Broncos running game is like a Flock of Seagulls haircut

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A triple serving of blogs about Denver.

T.J. Johnson at Mile High Report likens the Broncos' running game this past season to a Flock of Seagulls haircut: "While you might wear it for a year or two, it better not become your style." But at least you'd look awesome.

Charley Able at Lakewood Edge shares the details about Lakewood's new medical marijuana regulations. Can't play the game unless you know the rules.

Does John Hickenlooper really believe in a "mental recession"? WhoSaidYouSaid.com goes to the video. Hope it doesn't bum anyone out.

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