Steelers Vs. Broncos: Pittsburgh, Denver Mayors Place Friendly Bet

Pittsburgh mayor Luke Ravenstahl and Denver mayor Michael Hancock have a bet on the outcome of their cities Steelers vs. Broncos NFL playoff matchup this weekend.

If the Steelers lose, Ravenstahl will have to wear a Broncos jersey in front of a Pittsburgh landmark and do the Tebow.

If the Broncos lose, Hancock will wear a Steelers jersey and a Terrible Towel at a public event.

Ravenstahl's end of the bargain is a lot more creative and humiliating, but that's probably in keeping with the respective teams' actual odds of winning. Ravenstahl has a pretty good shot at winning this bet. Lets hope we don't have to see Ravenstahl Tebowing.

Ravenstahl's last high-profile attempt at injecting himself into Pittsburgh's football culture, by the way, was in the new Batman movie, where he made a cameo in scene in a game the fake Steelers were playing at the fake Heinz Field. Ravenstahl appears as a kicker ... for the other team. It's good he picked the right side this time.

I'm just kidding, of course.

For more on the Steelers, check out Behind The Steel Curtain.

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