Look, I get it. Professional football is a business. That fact provides little solace to me as a fan that pays my hard earned military paycheck to support this team when they laugh and act ho hum about this loss as if the NFL is strictly a business. Great teams and players get emotional about wins and losses. The only emotion I've heard today in the post game interviews is from Kubiak, but his sword falling sympathy is running out in my opinion. After the losses in the pre-season, the players were ho hum and nonchalant, but I thought that was part of the vanilla preseason scheme. Now, I'm not so sure. I would love for the players to perform as if this was bigger than a paycheck. Maybe if they played with a fire because they realized they were playing for more then themselves. The fans that spend their hard earned money on them, who brag about them every week, who sport their jerseys might just have more passion for the game than some of the players we cheer for. Sad.