BOSTON (CBS) – Will Mayor Tom Menino have a friendly bet with Denver’s mayor for Saturday’s Patriots-Broncos playoff game?

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s office told WBZ-TV Tuesday that they’re working to organize a call with Menino’s office to set up a wager.

Menino may want to be careful.

Pittsburgh mayor Luke Ravenstahl lost his bet with Hancock and had to take a knee in a Tim Tebow pose in a Broncos jersey in Pittsburgh Tuesday morning.

“This is not something I ever thought I’d have to do, and it’s certainly not something I’m looking forward to,” Ravenstahl said in a statement.

“However, we’re good sports here in Pittsburgh and I want to congratulate Denver on a great win.”

Had Pittsburgh won, Hancock would have had to wear a Steelers jersey and wave the Terrible Towel at a public event.

What should Menino ask Hancock to do if the Patriots win?

Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Comments (9)
  1. Zach Anderson says:

    Brady spike?

  2. Melvin says:

    The last I checked, Gillette Stadium was not in Boston. So why would Boston’s mayor be involved?

    1. A.T says:

      Your stupidity makes me laugh. Sure we will just get the Governor of Maine to do it cause that makes more sence.

  3. Laurie Mounce says:


  4. Rick T. says:

    Menino will have to do pirouettes in a Broncos tutu cause the Pats are going down big time!

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