When we shared our collection of top tweets about the Broncos' overtime loss to the Seahawks on Sunday, we asked if the close defeat -- a sharp contrast to the Super Bowl blowout in February -- constituted a moral victory. There definitely wasn't a consensus among our responses from either Broncos lovers or loathers. Here's the take of a reader who seems to fit in the latter category.
Brooke Klinker writes:
Sorry but there are no moral victories in the NFL. If you win you win -- if you lose you lose. Sounds to me like there are some butthurt Broncos fans out there who cannot accept that they lost to the Seahawks again. It's not the end of the world.... Furthermore, Manning should probably retire....
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