And absolutely hating the recent upstart teams. The Denver Broncos. I hate this team. I hated this team in the 90's. I hated horseface Elway. I hate that their idiotic fans bring up "spygate" when they were fined by the NFL both years they won* a Superbowl for fielding illegal football teams. I didn't even hate them in a `good way.` We called them `The Denver Flailing Asses.` I hated them in an "OMG your team is stupid and pointless" sort of way. Stupid Broncos with their stupid uniforms. Orange with a big dumb D on their helmets. Go away. And now they sign Peyton Manning, free agent, in an insulting and pathetic attempt to lift themselves from obscurity for two whole seasons before they go back to being irrelevant with no future like usual. We cannot let this stupid, dumb, flailing ass orange Denver team win a Superbowl. Good thing we're not going to let them do anything of the sort. All this media spin about Denver, about Peyton. The Bronco fans are really buying into it. I can't wait to burst their stupid little bubble and show them the only thing they managed to do with Manning was spend 20 million dollars more than they had to to get their asses handed back to them by the Patriots in the post season. Brady Punt NFL Divisional Playoffs 2012 - YouTube Trololol. Anyway, I find myself seriously disliking these upstart teams around the league. I actually find myself missing the Steelers. I liked the Colts this season (I would say something about the Jets but they're not a real football team). I've even suddenly softened on the Ravens despite the officials completely screwing us out of a W against them earlier. Denver, the 49'ers, I used to like the Seahawks until week 6. The only new comer I don't hate is probably Texas because they play like girls so I basically just feel bad for their fans. We're the last AFC powerhouse from the last decade still standing and standing tall at that. I wanted the Steelers, the Colts and the Ravens to suck so bad for so long and now that they do I miss them. Glad we play the Steelers and the Colts next year. Hopefully they get a little better. It'll be nice playing real football organizations (classic organizations) again instead of these bottom feeding buy-a-ring, flash in the pan, Eagle-esque, here one season and gone the next, soulless, free agency built super-scrub teams nobody cares about.