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  • #61
    Originally posted by Greatspirits View Post
    No offense, but they're no different than Bronco fans when we started going to Super Bowls. There just excited and delusional at the same time!
    Not exactly. The old Mile High was selling out games well before Denver had a winning season. It's these bandwagon jumping Seattle fans that seem to be annoying everyone.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by theknowitall View Post
      Hey they only see the sun for mere moments a day. so don't fault them if they're ignorant and uneducated. They have nothing to be proud of in their city other than 10,000 starbucks and a communist on city council!
      Try running some family smack at them. See if that gets em going.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Requiem View Post
        I was in Seattle for two weeks and it rained once.
        So, you were there for the whole summer then?

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        • #64
          Originally posted by bowtown View Post
          Naw, it's good. The more they get excited and get their hopes up, the harder the crash is going to be.

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          • #65
            Originally posted by Greatspirits View Post
            No offense, but they're no different than Bronco fans when we started going to Super Bowls. There just excited and delusional at the same time!
            THIS. Thats why 30,000 Seattle fans showed up to send the team off. Those people are like teenagers seeing their first set of boobies in real life. This is our 7th Super Bowl and we are much more sophisticated about it. This is business and we aren't throwing a big stink about it unless the trophy is in our hands.

            Back in the 80s before we lost those 3 Super Bowls in 4 years and ended up a humiliated, beaten down pile of defeat, we did the same thing. People going crazy, painting their cars, houses, etc. Super Humiliation changed all that, and even after those back to back wins, we're still tentative in the playoffs. I plead guilty to it, too, I have that mentality. I was actually sitting there when the AFC Championship started on TV and one of my first thoughts was dread and something to the effect of, "Oh ****, what if we win?" popped into my head. Fear of that dread of being humiliated the way we were so terribly in the 80s has resided in my noggin since then and it surfaces at select times in the post-season. I admit it: Since then my philosophy has been that if we can't win the Super Bowl, I don't want to go. I want to lose before then, and I've heard other Broncos fans say the same. Back then I was cursed out in downtown Denver for wearing a Broncos jersey. Booed at repeatedly and a guy yelled at me to get that crap off my back. Those were UGLY times. It is not an easy thing to get that hyped up about the Super Bowl just to lose.

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            • #66
              The unofficial co-MVP on Sunday will be the Broncos defense. You can book it, and seagull fans along with the national media will all say "where did that come from?"

              This defense is playing as well as anyone in playoffs, and only the Broncos, the local media, and Broncos fans really know about it. They have been overshadowed by the Broncos offense (rightfully so) and the loudmouths on the seagulls defense.

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