Patrick Queen has fully embraced the Steelers hatred of Baltimore, and it's glorious

This is the good stuff.
Baltimore Ravens v San Francisco 49ers
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Any time we get a player moving between two different AFC North teams, it's generally (I'm sorry) good content. It's the only division in the NFL where you can feel real animosity between the four teams, and the rivalries are only made better by the handful of players who have seen it from different sides.

Like, for instance, Patrick Queen. The former Ravens linebacker, who signed a three-year, $41 million deal with the Steelers this offseason, is wasting absolutely no time endearing himself to Pittsburgh fans. In a recent conversation with The Athletic, Queen didn't hold back when talking about why he felt that the Steelers were a better fit for him.

Patrick Queen has fully embraced the Steelers-Ravens rivalry now

“It was a no-brainer,” Queen said. “At the end of the day, money makes you happy, but you also have to win to be happy. I’d rather win and be happy than be miserable with a lot of money. It’s a better atmosphere here for me. Everybody is cool, the people are cool, the players are cool and the food spots are better. I am a big food guy. I love food. I am more of a true food guy rather than a seafood guy. I like meat and stuff like that. It’s just a better atmosphere for me here.”

This is the Good Stuff. The slight insinuation that the Ravens would pay more, but win less? The hints about how unhappy he may (or may not) have been with the atmosphere in Baltimore are going to fuel Steelers Twitter for the next year alone.

But truly, the best part of this all is the seafood dig. There are few things Baltimore prides itself more on than its seafood scene, and if they take anything personally, it'll be that. He may as well have just said that Old Bay is trash. Calling it "true food" is *chef's kiss.*

Thank you, Patrick Queen. This is what OTAs were meant for. You may have had your official team introduction already, but we all know that this was the real one.