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, and his team lost.But he couldn’t resist taking more shots at the Broncos, and specifically cornerback Chris Harris. by replying to a Harris fan account on Instagram by commenting: “Now, y’all know damn well that boy can’t hold my jockstrap. Stop it.”He didn’t back down when asked by actual people offline.“Go watch the tape, man,” Allen told reporters. “It’s not a secret.”Allen caught just four passes for 18 yards, well off his previous pace, and the Chargers offense failed to find the end zone for the first time all year.“I guess it was a tough day . . . for the offense Joe Flacco Jersey White
,” Allen said. “Turnovers in the red zone a couple times, couldn’t get it done. It was turnovers. It was self-inflicting wounds.”Failing to give the Broncos and Harris any credit for their role lacks a certain grace, but at least Allen is consistent.After a loss to the Broncos last year, Allen said: “No, I don’t think they played well at all. We dominated the game. Turnovers. We gave them some points and that’s what happened. They suck.”Which, they might. But not against Allen and the Chargers. Pat Bowlen will receive much praise, as he should, in the coming days. No praise will be higher than that given by former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue.“Pat Bowlen and I spent a great deal of time together during my 17 years as Commissioner Womens Courtland Sutton Jersey
,” Tagliabue said in a statement issued Friday. “He volunteered on more than a dozen League Committees so we often had meetings in our New York office during the day and then enjoyed dinner conversation at night revolving around our families and his love for the Broncos, their fans and their players.“Pat was an extraordinary leader and open-minded consensus builder. I have long considered Pat one of the top five NFL owners in league history.”The NFL has had many owners over the years, and many of them have done an excellent job. For someone who spent 17 years as Commissioner (and who knows plenty of owners) to put Bowlen in that category says a lot about who Bowlen was, and what he did for the league.Currently, the league could use more open-minded consensus builders right now. (The country could, too.) Here’s hoping these memories of Bowlen will stir others to emulate the qualities that made Bowlen who he was.