Butthurt Report: Broncos beat Chiefs to win NFC West

Denver Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian (5) celebrates after throwing an interception against the Kansas City Chiefs in the first quarter at Arrowhead Stadium on December 9, 2017 in Kansas City, Missouri.

(Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) less Denver Broncos cornerback Marcus Peters (23) reacts after being intercepted by Kansas City linebacker Kevin King (35) in the second quarter at Super Bowl LII at Arrowheads Stadium on February 15, 2018 in Inglewood, California.

Peters was intercepted by King after a tackle in the end zone.

Peters later was ejected for a late hit on Chiefs quarterback Marcus Mariota.

(Getty Images/Mario Anzuoni) less Broncos cornerback Malcolm Butler (25) celebrates with cornerback Marcus Morris (33) after being picked off by Kansas King Alex Smith (3) in a 4th quarter touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams in the fourth quarter at CenturyLink Field on January 29, 2019 in Seattle, Washington.

(Joe Robbins/AP) less Kansas City cornerback Eric Rowe (15) celebrates an interception by Denver cornerback Marcus Smith (33), in the third quarter against the Denver Broncos in the AFC West Divisional Round of the 2018 NFL Playoffs at Century Link Field on March 3, 2018 at Centurylink Field in Seattle.(Getty Images /Getty) less New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (99) and Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas (55) celebrate after a touchdown during the second half of an NFL football game at Gillette Stadium on January 30, 2018, in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

Gronkowski’s touchdown catch was his second in as many games.

(Louis DeLuca/Associated Press) less Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman (27) celebrates the interception of Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller (34) in overtime during the fourth overtime quarter of an AFC West football game in Foxborough, Massachusetts on January 31, 2018.

(Justin Sullivan/Getty ) less Houston Texans defensive tackle DeAndre Hopkins (81) and Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hines (13) celebrate a touchdown against Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil (76) in an AFC Wild Card playoff football game on January 28, 2018 against the Seattle Seahawks.

(Mark J. Rebilas/Getty Image) less Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) celebrates a touchdown in the final minute of the AFC Wild Cards game against the Houston Texans at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana, on January 27, 2018.(Manuel Balce Ceneta/Associated Post) less Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (9) celebrates winning the Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts after winning the AFC Championship game against Denver in the playoffs at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on February 11, 2018 on January 10, 2019.(Paul Sancya/GettyImages) less Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill (14) runs the ball during the first half of the NFL football games against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on March 17, 2018..

(Adam Hunger/Getty images) less Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles (12), right, is congratulated by offensive tackle Mike Pouncey (25), right in the locker room after scoring a touchdown with one second remaining in the NFL game against Atlanta Falcons in Atlanta, Georgia, on September 18, 2018 before the NFL opener.

(Mike Fender/Getty.com) less Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (11) throws a pass in the NFC Championship game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on January 16, 2019.

(Paul Sancrosio/Getty.) less San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith celebrates after a fumble during the third overtime of an NFC Wild Card football game against New Orleans Saints in Glendale, Arizona, on December 2, 2018 after the NFC Divisional round playoff game.

Smith had a career-high five interceptions.

(Aaron Josefczyk/Getty News) less San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (8) passes during the NFC Wild Cards win over the Minnesota Vikings at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, on August 12, 2019 on the opening day of the season.

(Eric Hartline/Getty Media) less Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers (6) throws an interception during the fifth overtime of a NFC Wild Cup football game between San Francisco Packers and Seattle Seahawks at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California on January 15, 2020.

(Adam Himmelsbach/Getty Photos) less Minnesota Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder (15), right after scoring, drives to the endzone with the score tied in the overtime of the NFC West playoff game against Minnesota at Century 21 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on November 12, 2020.(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty… more Photo: Patrick Smith, Getty Images

Which weather conditions are the most common on the Pacific islands?

Posted September 29, 2019 09:15:47 We’re still waiting to hear from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (ABS) about their latest weather forecast, but what do you make of the forecast on the Hawaiian Islands?

The main thing is that the weather is pretty consistent, with some more or less consistent patterns.

This year’s forecast sees a number of heavy rain showers over the western Pacific islands, with rain likely in the low 30s to 40s over the islands and tropical rain in the high 50s.

It’s a nice change from this year’s rain and shine, with a number going missing from the forecasts.

The main issue is the strong El Nino, with tropical storm systems moving into the Pacific from the south-west and east.

We’re still expecting a few tropical storms, including the remnants of last year’s Hurricane Isaac in the next week or so, but the rest of the time it’s going to be a pretty dry and quiet period.

However, the main problem for the rest is the heavy rainfall.

There are just a couple of things that are going to cause more problems than they’re going to solve.

El Nino can affect rainfall, but not rainfall itself.

That is because El Ninos are triggered by the changing ocean circulation, so it’s not possible for El Nines to affect rainfall.

There’s just not enough water to keep all the water in the atmosphere from going away.

In a perfect world, we would be in a La Nina, but it’s actually a bit of a gamble.

The tropical storm system moving into Australia in September is the most extreme example of this.

You can see a little bit of the effects of El Nins in the video above.

The El Nin system is actually moving northwards in the Pacific Ocean, and is due to move through the western Indian Ocean and into the eastern Pacific Ocean over the next few weeks.

This is a system that’s been active in the past, and will probably continue to do so over the coming months.

If the Pacific gets an El NINO storm this year, it’s likely that rainfall will increase again, and we’ll probably see some rain fall in places like New Zealand, South Australia and Western Australia.

The heavy rain is likely to hit the northern coast of the Australian Capital Territory.

So it’s probably not going to have a big impact on rainfall, and if the system does move into the region it’s possible that it will produce rain that will bring more rain and more flooding to areas of the north-east of the ACT and the WA coast.

For those living in northern Australia, the outlook is even more cloudy, with less rain expected.

Here’s what you need to know about the El Ninca system: The El Nina is a tropical storm that is moving into southern Australia, and it’s expected to move into New Zealand and parts of South Australia over the course of the next several weeks.

It’s expected that this El Nini will have a much stronger impact than last year, and be a major concern for areas in northern WA, and Tasmania.

“It’s the strongest El Niner we’ve had in years”, said Dr Andrew Danko, from the University of Tasmania.

“It’s also the most destructive and destructive El Nio we’ve ever seen.”

It is expected to bring up to 20mm of rain in northern NSW, and some rain showers could be possible on the NSW south coast.