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They Can't Be Serious? Look What The Broncos Are Doing To New England Fans

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Wow. They can't be serious... yet they so are! lol

The NFL Denver Broncos just announced that the tickets for the AFC championship game between the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots on January 24th will go sale to the general public at noon Monday. But guess what? The Broncos will not make these tickets available to anyone in New England or even outside of the Rocky Mountain region for that matter.

The Denver Post--

Tickets will only be sold to those with a billing address in the Rocky Mountain region, including Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota, Utah, western Kansas and Wyoming.

So basically, unless you are a New England Patriots fan that lives in the Rockys, you can not attend the game to support your team. Meaning, all Broncos fans in the stands.

Un-sportsman-like, Classless, discriminatory, lame.... just some of the words people are saying about this move.

One Patriots fan, of many, tweeted: 

So, what happens when you are a huge Bronco fan and live outside of their region? 

Good move for the Broncos, yay or nah?

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