The Broncos Refuse to Sell Tickets to Anyone From New England



BOSTON (CBS)If you’re a die-hard Patriots fan willing to travel across the country to see them play in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, there’s a bit of bad news for you: The Broncos aren’t going to sell you a ticket. The Broncos will release a “limited number” of tickets for sale… They’ll also only be available to buyers who live in Rocky Mountain states — Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, Montana, South Dakota and Western Kansas, as reported by CBS Denver. Noticeably absent from the acceptable locations are the New England states — Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island. If you live there, or anywhere outside of Broncos territory

I suppose I should hate the Broncos for this, but I don’t.  As a matter of fact, I totally sympathize.  It’s exactly the kind of bitch move you should expect from a franchise that hasn’t won a thing since the 90s.  When you’re a deadass, loser team that hasn’t been relevant since the day you had to take Terrell Davis out back behind the barn and put him out of his misery, a thing like a Conference Championship Game can be intimidating and scary.  Especially when you’re facing a club who’s guaranteed to make it to the AFCCG before they’ve even done the conditioning run in Training Camp.  So I 100% get it.  You don’t want a bunch of Massholes coming in, veterans of eight of these games just since 2001, acting like they’ve been there before and intimidating everyone.  This is no different than some shitty nerd frat not wanting any of the cool, good looking popular guys to crash their crappy party because they’ll make you look worse by comparison and score all the decent coeds.  So I have no problem whatsoever with this. I’d expect nothing less from a city that doesn’t know how to win.  @JerryThornton1