All I heard on sports radio here in Denver was the justified uproar over the NFL putting up Ravens and specifically, Joe Flaccid, banners all over downtown Denver and even above the stadium (20'x50') to promote the opener next Thursday. The NFL said they're trying to infuse some "Super Bowl" like attention to the season opener. The Super Bowl is generally played on a neutral site so to display a team's players and logos at their opponents home field is somewhat surprising, especially after the two met in last year's championship game.

Just seems like Goodell, after getting bullied by MLB, is trying so hard to elevate the Ravens. Or maybe I'm reading too much into it because I can't stand the Ravens (like everyone else here).

What do you guys think?

Might as well shove the knife deeper and post some Elvis Dumervil banners as well, lol!