Who's with me here?
You see them on the street. You see them in the bars. You even see them AT the game. There, in the crowd, is some guy wearing a #14 Griese jersey. A #16 Plummer. I have EVEN seen people (PLURAL) have the bohicas to wear #53 Romo.
I'm left to wonder ... do they think that it's all good to just wear orange and blue? Are they Griese fans having trouble letting go? Do they ENJOY pissing people off by wearing Romo's jersey? Do they sit there, get ready for a game and say 'hey, go Broncos, better put on my #6 Brister jersey. Damn shame he never worked out.' It's enough to drive me mad.
Now, any of you who read my post about what to do with old jerseys know that I truly believe jerseys of Broncos past have a place in our society. But some do not. Some need to be tossed, burned, flushed, buried, or used as the snot rag of choice in the pocket of your flashy blue blazer. My question to you is, which belong? Which don't?
Specifically, which are appropriate for in-stadium wear, game day sports bar wear, walking down the street, going to the store, filling up your gas tank wear?
I trust you, the Mile High Report, the elite Bronco fans, to assist in creating an OFFICIAL list of banned Bronco jerseys. Once this list is cemented, we need to decide what to do with those who break the law.
The time has come for us to act.
We must act swift.
We must bring the Rocky Mountain Thunder down on the wicked.
We .... gotta get this done before I go postal on all those who wear Cutler jerseys to the Broncos - Bears game.
Perhaps we should divide jerseys into 3 categories
- Perfectly Acceptable
- We'll let you get away with it
- Take that #%# off
Ok, MHR, Bring it!
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