Ravens fans, since we are friends, (yes, Broncos and Ravens fans can behave peaceably as I have hitherto done, what a novel concept :), I have to confide in you about some things that have made me feel quite sad of late.
As some of you may know, I share religious beliefs with Haloti Ngata and Dennis Pitta and since the days of Todd Heap, there have always been active Mormons on the Ravens' roster, so that's partially why I respect you guys, it might be kind of silly, but it's the truth.
Anyway, my MHR brethren have told me they don't really appreciate me talking about religion in any way, even vague references are sharply censured and condemned.
Sometimes, I use different ideas (I often speak in a parabolic manner) when explaining concepts and if it isn't completely encased in football, the vocal minority waxes quite frustrated with me, even to the point where I felt constrained to never speak of them again on MHR.
I apologize if any of you who visited MHR lately felt as if you were mistreated, the point is, even if I don't agree with some of the calls that occurred in that ignominious (to me, to you it was glorious :), playoff game, you are the champions and we will be the champions next year in my humble opinion, an opinion, I might add, that I share without being a jacka**.
Perhaps the thing that hurts the most is I know that I have lost Twitter followers who are Broncos fans because of my objective analysis of the Ravens being a legitimate champion.
If you feel like this is whining or me being a petulant child, I apologize for that, but this is the only venue I feel comfortable sharing what I have written. This explains my methodology as I come in the guise of secrecy, (no Twitter postings will reveal I have done this) lest my fellow Broncos fans should be angry with me again.
At Mile High Report, my best friend there, and confidant, Kaptain Kirk, has gone to a different Broncos site and that makes me feel terrible, I think the landscape is changing, hopefully for the better.
It's almost as if I have to hypnotize everyone into thinking YES, the offseason is here, let's draft well and I know that Peyton will lead us to great heights, it's SO frustrating that everyone is so adamant that we linger on Rahim Moore's stumble.
In closing, I again lionize Joe Flacco because he deserves it, I even had some Haribo gummy bears at work today, they're pretty good.
Thanks for being my friends and creating an environment wherein I feel comfortable posting this.