Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 9/26/12

The Broncos have not been very good defensively to start out the season. They haven’t really played well in general, but their offense has scored over 25 points per game through the first three weeks. However, their defense has allowed more than three touchdowns per game, which has resulted in a 1-2 record.

Appliance Factory Outlet in Denver has decided to roll the dice on the Broncos’ shaky start, as the store recently announced it will be giving away free appliances worth up to $3,000 per person if Denver shuts out the Raiders this weekend. Fans can purchase appliances from now until Saturday, Sept. 29 and bring in their receipt for a full reimbursement if the Broncos hold Oakland to a goose egg.

While the Broncos will have the luxury of playing at home in front of their electrifying crowd (all pigeon poop aside), shutting out the Raiders will be no easy task. The Raiders are also off to a 1-2 start, but they rank 7th in the NFL in passing and Darren McFadden may have had his coming out party against the Steelers with 113 yards rushing and a score. If I had to guess, I’d say Appliance Factory Outlet won’t be giving away any free stuff. But if you’re in the market for a new washing machine, what do you have to lose?

Thanks to Peter Burns for the tip

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