Broncos Fever Stories
Meet Linda “The Mile Highlight Reel” Regis
Two new lungs and one diagnosis: Broncos Fever. It only took three words for doctors to know that Linda Regis had one of the most serious cases of Broncos Fever they’d ever seen. Upon waking from surgery for a double (yes, double) lung transplant to treat her Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (or COPD), Regis used […]
The Legend of Cliff Phillips
Cliff Phillips has continued to astound doctors, not just for his incredible recovery from heart disease but also for having been diagnosed with one of the longest reported cases of Broncos Fever ever. In fact, Cliff’s fever can be traced back to 1960, when he attended the first ever Broncos game in Denver, Colorado. That’s […]
Documented cases of #BroncosFever
What is Broncos Fever?
Broncos Fever is spreading. And fast. Use this handy FAQ for everything you need to know.
What is Broncos Fever?
Broncos Fever is a Class A Condition in the Mile Highly Contagious Category that attacks your body’s defensive lines like an Outside Linebacker picked 2nd overall in the draft.
Who can catch Broncos Fever?
Friends, family, pets and even your weird Uncle Earl who says he hasn’t been sick since ’82 can contract Broncos Fever.
Do I have Broncos Fever?
Yes. Definitely. Like, bad.
Is there a cure for Broncos Fever?
There is no known cure at this time. But symptoms can be alleviated by wearing as much Broncos gear as possible and using #broncosfever on social media.
What starts as a subtle Mile High Salute can turn into full-blown Broncos Fever, so it’s important to recognize the signs.
Symptoms can include, but aren’t limited to:
- Blue and orange facial discoloring
- Hoarseness, occurring on Sunday, Monday and occasionally Thursday nights
- Wearing of a barrel in public
- Aversion to the colors black and silver
- Heavy ring fingers
- Constant drinking of orange soda
- Affinity for the sound of thunder
- Much, much more.
There is no cure for Broncos Fever. We repeat, there is no cure. Not even a cowbell can stop this stuff. But there is hope for those living with the condition.
The first step is assessing how badly you have the fever.
Download a wallpaper for your phone or desktop to keep it fever free, or print a .pdf and post in your office or town to help spread the word about this incurable fandemic.
Remember: If you see signs or symptoms, it’s your duty to let others know by using #broncosfever on social media.