An Oklahoma-Based Broncos Fan's Take on the Joy of 'In-Com-Plete'

Kenny BowyerContributor IDecember 20, 2012

DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 18:  A general view of the stadium as the south endzone stands give the backdrop to the action as the Cincinnati Bengals face the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on September 18, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Bengals 24-22.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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Growing up and living in NE Oklahoma has its pros and cons when it comes to sports.  The state is consumed with football, mostly supporting the Oklahoma Sooners, but a wave of supporters are now dressing in orange and black, as Oklahoma State football is on the rise. 

The Dallas Cowboys have a strong following in Oklahoma, as do the Kansas City Chiefs due to its proximity.  However, there is only one team for me, and that is is the Denver Broncos

Denver has been my team for a very long time.  From John Elway, Steve Sewell, Steve Atwater, to Karl Mecklenburg, Terrell Davis, Shannon Sharpe and Ed McCaffrey, the Mile High city is the home to my favorite city and team. 

However, on my bucket list of items is to attend a game in person, just so I can yell "IN-COM-PLETE" after an opposing team throws an incomplete pass. 

Now, I know there are a lot of Denver fans who go to a lot of games, who probably wish the "IN-COM-PLETE" chant would die off.  However, for those of us who can't attend games and have to resort to watching games on TV, I hope this chant never dies...or at least not until I get to attend a game and yell it for myself.

The "IN-COM-PLETE" chant is a unique chant.  Although it may not be as cool as "J-E-T-S, JETS, JETS, JETS" chant, hearing 76,000 of your closest friends chant "IN-COM-PLETE" in the ears of Tom Brady, Joe Flacco and more is priceless, and it's something that no Bronco fan should take lightly.

So, the next time you are at a Bronco game and Philip Rivers throws an incomplete pass (and we all know he will throw a lot of them), bust out a loud "IN-COM-PLETE" for me and all the other guys who would give anything to be able to throw that chant up one time at a game.