Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis had a very Mark Davis-like reaction to the Denver Broncos’ big news this week.

In case you somehow missed it, the Broncos’ new ownership group was approved by the NFL this week. Denver is now owned by the Walton-Penner Family Ownership Group.

Davis was asked what he thinks about the Broncos’ new owners by 9NEWS’ Mike Klis.

“Still want to beat them,” said Davis.

When asked if he thought the new owners would make Denver a tougher team, Davis pointed to the fact that the new owners, presumably, won’t play in games.

“They don’t play in the games,” noted Davis. “And I thought the Bowlens were a strong ownership group. I thought they did a really good job. They were tough. The AFC West is tough.”

Should we have expected any other response from Davis?

I’m sure other owners spoke about what Denver’s new ownership group will bring to the league. Or why they’re a great option to join one of the most exclusive fraternities in the world.

Davis, on the other hand, kept the focus on what happens on the field.

The quote had an Al Davis feel to it. Just win, baby. It doesn’t matter who owns the team on the other side of the field. All that matters is what happens for 60 minutes on Sundays.

Davis, by the way, is right that the AFC West is going to be tough this season. Any team could come out on top in 2022. It’s going to be wild. And by the end of the season, Denver’s new owners will be the furthest thing from anyone’s mind. It sounds like they’re already off Davis’ mind.

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