In accordance with the traditional terms of such mayoral wagers, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced Friday that she has agreed to send a platter of broiled crab cakes from J. W. Faidley Seafood in Lexington Market to Denver's mayor — should the Ravens lose in the Mile-High City Saturday afternoon.
Additionally, the mayor has agreed to order that the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon be bathed in blue and orange light. (The blue and orange light thing really seems like the Denver mayor wants to stick it to Baltimore.)
On the other hand, Mayor Michael Hancock of Denver agreed to send a box of dry-aged “cowboy cut” rib eye steaks from Lombardi Brothers Meats to Baltimore should the Ravens prevail.
And, Hancock also agreed to perform Ray Lewis' famous pre-game dance if the Ravens pull off the upset. That, of course, we want to see.
Both mayors joined in a...