"I can't believe it," Flacco said Sunday. "I can't imagine people in our city would be too happy if somebody from another team was hanging from our stadium. I didn't have anything to do with it."
Four days before the Broncos host the
Flacco was peppered with questions about them on a conference call with Denver reporters and later answered several questions about them at his weekly news conference in Baltimore.
"I figure I'm getting some heat for it," he said. "But like I said, I didn't go post it up there myself."
Flacco understands why they are upset and said he doesn’t mind being hated. He added that he is now a fan of Texas A&M quarterback
“It’s all cool. Being hated isn’t a bad thing. I don’t know if I’ll be too popular for [saying] this, but I don’t know how I really felt about Johnny Manziel, but I feel like now everybody hates him,” Flacco said of the
"I understand why the Broncos and their fans would feel the way that they do," Harbaugh said. "And I know it will have no bearing whatsoever on the football game."