Hey Denver, have you started to get over the Super Bowl loss to Seattle yet?
The Rockies are hitting the ball well, summer weather has finally arrived in Colorado, and the Broncos are holdng OTA practices with all their new acquisitions. Maybe the pain of "43-8" has started to fade just a little.
So now that the hurt has started to go away a bit, let's pick that scab wide open, shall we?
Adam Paul Cooper, a youth pastor from Kansas City, did his Chiefs fan duty when he was shipping the "Broncos Super Bowl champions" shirts to Africa, and trolled Broncos fans with photos of the shirts on social media (h/t to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer). Championship shirts are made for both Super Bowl teams, and the winning team gets theirs on the field and the losing team's shirts get sent to poor people around the world. Usually the fans of the losing team never have to see those shirts.
Unless there's an Adam Paul Cooper waiting to rub it in.
Broncos fans are probably not going to be comforted knowing that the merchandise is being used for good things, through the charity World Vision.
If the pain had started to subside from that blowout loss at all, this should bring all the bad feelings right back.
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