If you have told anyone in the last few days that they are not a "real" fan.
If you have taken one side or another and been unable to see the logic of the other side.
If you think that the only thing that matters is winning.
If you think that winning does not matter.
If you care more about what the media says about our team than you do your own eyes.
If you call out a player or the FO without giving a coherent reason why.
If you blindly support a player of the FO without giving a coherent reason why.
If you think that your support or opinion matters more than someone else.
If you think that fan opinion should not matter at all to team decisions.
No one has any idea how this will play out. I am a Tebow supporter and he has managed to bring my whole family together on Sundays when it used to be just me. I love this kid for the memories he and this team have given me. I don't want to see this end and I am upset by the prospect of losing that feeling. This does not make me less of a Bronco fan than anyone else. I also don't think anyone who wants Manning is less of a fan than me. I can see the logic in wanting to go for it all before we lose several key components to our team (ie Champ). I differ with many of you about the best way to proceed to win championships both short and long term, but I also know that either of us could be wrong. You should know this as well. Even the great McGeorge has been wrong before (I am assuming as could not find an actual example no matter how hard I tried). The Broncos are a lot like Colorado itself in that we like to think that we can define how one becomes a resident and we tend to draw the line right past the very thing that allows us to qualify. I was born in Colorado, but my parents came here in 1969 does that make me more Colorado than the person who was born in Kentucky and moved here in the 50's? The reality is a person who moved here two days ago and changes his residency is just as much a resident of Colorado as I am. I was raised a Bronco fan and suffered through all the bad years, does that mean I am more of a fan than the person who lived here for a week three yeas agor and now supports the team from Cleveland? Or am I more of a fan than the folks who live in Brazil or Australia or any place else? Be careful drawing lines of fandom as someone might just draw one you are on the other side of.
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