While Ravens fans debate whether to hate the Colts or Steelers, and I'll never understand why there's so much anger directed at Pittsburgh, they should loathe Carolina and Jacksonville for getting expansion teams when Baltimore so richly deserved one. Remember when Bob Irsay was greeted as a hero in Jacksonville while shopping the Colts? Fans like myself never thought he'd actually take the team out of Baltimore, but it happened "under the cover of darkness," an expression that's always used when stories are written about the Mayflower vans that pulled out of the Owings Mills complex. The late Sun columnist, John Steadman, once repeated that line in the office and added, "Meanwhile, the place was lit up like a Christmas tree." But it's more dramatic the other way.