• Rahim Moore says he’s had to ignore “bad comments” from fans

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated May 21, 2013
    Broncos safety Rahim Moore says he’s doing his best to ignore the nasty comments from fans after he gave up the game-tying 70-yard touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter of Denver’s playoff loss to Baltimore. Still, all Moore can do is ignore anything fans say about that touchdown. And not let it happen again. While one play may have left a lasting impression of Rahim Moore’s 2012 campaign, the second-year safety played a total of 1,121 defensive snaps last season. Rahim Moore stood there and answered all the questions Monday, and he did not ask the PR department to filter any questions, to eliminate any reference to the Baltimore game. That crushing play against Baltimore was as bad as it gets, and certainly for Moore. Moore finished third on the team with 71 tackles and also came up with one sack, one interception, seven pass breakups, four tackles for a loss and one fumble recovery in 2012. “The fans, that’s what they’re supposed to do, that’s why they’re there for us, they pay all their money, their hard-earned money and they want to see greatness,” he said.
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