Demaryius Thomas’s death in light of Super Bowl 57, February 12, 2023 (and if Aaron Rodgers goes to the Denver Broncos this offseason)

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Read more about the death of Demaryius Thomas here.

From the death of Demaryius Thomas to Super Bowl 57, February 12, 2023, is a span of 431-days, which is the 83rd prime number.
Colorado = 83
Football = 83
Murder = 83
-83, 23rd prime number

Aaron Charles Rodgers = 201 (129 is 201 in base 8 counting)

Keep in mind Super Bowl 57 will cap off the 103rd NFL season.

It will end in State Farm Arena.

If the Broncos acquire Rodgers, that will be a BIG CLUE.

Rodgers picked up his 103rd career win over the Cowboys, October 8, 2017.
-This includes regular season & playoffs
-He was injured most of 2017 and 2018

Rogers picked up his 103rd regular season win over the Broncos, September 22, 2019.
-Super Bowl 12 was Broncos over Cowboys
-Next year will mark 12-years since Rodgers has been in a Super Bowl
-From October 8, 2017 to September 22, 2019 was 102-weeks *Cowboys = 102
-From Sep. 22, 2019 to Super Bowl 57 is 177-weeks
–The Jesuit Order = 177 / 201
–Aaron Charles Rodgers = 201

He started the 2018 season with 103 total wins, and his next win was to start the 2018 season, and it came 10-3 over the Bears, a span of 103-days from the death of Bart Starr.

FYI, the state of Colorado participated in the 103rd World Series.

If Super Bowl 57 was to be played between the Denver Broncos and Dallas Cowboys, it would be a rematch from 45-years earlier, similar to how Rodgers has not played in a Super Bowl since #45. Also, it would come 66-weeks after the teams last played, corresponding with ‘Super Bowl LVII.’

The first Super Bowl was in the ’66 season. NFL = 66 (Jewish Gematria)

Aaron Rodgers next win will be his 151st *Dallas Cowboys = 151

He will begin the year with 76 losses (Tiger = 76 — Year of the Tiger)

The 103rd NFL season will be the Broncos and Cowboys 63rd season, and as you might know, I call 63 the “Aaron Rodgers number.”


  1. Joeestes64 on February 14, 2022 at 1:58 pm

    If Aaron Rodgers gets 15 regular season wins with the Broncos he will have 154 regular season wins.
    Denver Broncos=154
    If he only gets 2 losses he will have 68 regular season losses.

    • Joeestes64 on February 14, 2022 at 2:10 pm

      Nathaniel Hackett= 152… like 15-2

      Super bowl LVII=168(reverse ordinal)/78(reverse full reduction)

      Rodgers would have 168 total career wins if he went 15-2 in the regular season and then won 3 in the postseason.

      If he only loses two games that season he could end his career with 78 total losses. Or go into the super bowl with 78 total losses.

      Rodgers would have 14 post season wins if he wins three more. 2+12=14. 2/12/2023

      2+1+2+2+2+3=12 Rodgers’ jersey number.

      Also, it will be his 18th season. Peyton Manning won his second and final super bowl in his 18th season and wore #18

  2. Miami Boy on February 14, 2022 at 2:56 pm

    NWO state Cali, jam packed arena and ZERO MASK.

  3. GregRamsey74 on February 14, 2022 at 6:33 pm

    “Aaron Rodgers to Denver” = 103 (Full Reduction)
    “Aaron Rodgers To Broncos” = 103 (Full Reduction)
    “Rodgers Wears Orange” = 103 (Reverse Full Reduction)

    “Denver Broncos QB, Aaron Rodgers” = 151 (Reverse Full Reduction)
    “Super Bowl XII” = 151 (Reverse Ordinal)

    “New Sheriff” = 49 (Reverse Full Reduction)
    “New Sheriff” = 113 (English Ordinal)

    “Dallas” = 49 (English Ordinal)
    “Dallas” = 113 (Reverse Ordinal)

    “Super Bowl” = 49 (Reverse Full Reduction)
    “Aaron Rodgers to Denver” = 113 (Reverse Full Reduction)

    “Aaron Rodgers Signs With Broncos” = 102 (Chaldean)
    “Rodgers Signs With Broncos” = 102 (Septenary)
    “Orange” = 102 (Reverse Ordinal)
    “Cowboys” = 102 (English Ordinal)

    “Aaron Rodgers Signs With Broncos” = 112 (Septenary)
    “Denver Broncos vs Dallas Cowboys” = 112 (Full Reduction)
    “Super Bowl” = 112 (Reverse Ordinal)

  4. GumbyDammit on February 15, 2022 at 6:02 pm

    Aaron Rodgers 135 63 189 72
    Denver Bronco 135 63 189 63

    I’m thinking Dan Reeves fits into this scenario somehow, but haven’t quite put it all together yet. Died 1/1/2022, Won 2 Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys, as a player and assistant coach (defeating the Denver Broncos), and Lost 3 Super Bowls with the Denver Broncos as a head coach. As head coach of the Atlanta Falcons he lost another Super Bowl to the Denver Broncos. Also, as a head coach he has playoff losses to the Redskins and Giants (in super bowls) and the Eagles (divisional round), the Dallas Cowboys are the only NFC East team he didn’t lose to in the playoffs.

    Aaron Charles Rodgers 201 93* 312* 114

    Daniel Edward Reeves 174 84 312* 105
    Dan Reeves 93* 39 150 51

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