I am tired of your act. Your cheering for the Steelers on Twitter did not bother me too much when the Texans were only playing for positions in the draft. However, now that your beloved black and gold is in a battle with the Texans for play-off seeding, I would expect a little more discretion on your part.
The football team in the hometown of the baseball team you play for, the team that pays your salary, is fighting against injuries, sweating and bleeding in hopes of a first-ever Super Bowl trip and you have the audacity to openly proclaim your love and support of the city of Houston's longtime football enemy. I understand that at your age you may not fully appreciate the feelings that Houston sports fans of my generation have towards the Steelers; however, please know that to this day hearing the name of Mike Renfro makes me break into a sweat and start replaying whatever I happen to be watching on television at the time.
I am sure you would like it if I would encourage all the members of the Farmstros Village to follow you on Twitter @funky2414 so you can fill their minds with your #SteelerNation propaganda. However, as a Houston sports fan, I cannot in good conscience do that until you promise to put down the Terrible Towel.
Farmstros Village Poet Laureate