The friendly wager between Thompson and Alex Rosenast, the owner of Garage Billiards, a pool parlor and bowling alley in Seattle, is a cool $1,000. And because they both want to play nice, Thompson will grace Rosenast with a case of Orange Crush soda even if Denver bombs, and win or lose, Rosenast is hoping to set up a dinner with Thompson and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, who momentarily lost his shit (and Stanford-educated decorum) when he hollered like a heroic lunatic after the Seahawks sunk the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game. "We've been friends for a long time, and we both jumped at the chance to go head to head, city to city, all in great fun, and for a good cause," says Thompson, who will donate his earnings, as will Rosenast, to charity. "A charity will be selected by the winner, and regardless of who takes home the Lombardy trophy, everyone wins in the conclusion of this year's football season," insists Thompson.
Dude, if the Broncos lose on Sunday, Monday is gonna completely suck. Just sayin'.