Most intimidating fans in nhl
You really thought [Charlie Frye, Brady Quinn, Seneca Wallace, Trent Dilfer, Tim Couch, Jake Delhomme, Brian Hoyer, Colt Mc Coy, Derek Anderson, Ken Dorsey] were legitimate starting quarterbacks? The quarterbacks named Manuel and Edwards and Brohm and Holcomb and Thad Lewis and one-s-short-of-perfect Losman. And yet, you remain an industrially jovial, generally adorable bunch full of Labatt Blue and misbehavior, but never hate. But then it's the same old, same old, and even Marvin Lewis came back. You might have noticed the hoards of loyal Los Angeles Rams fans who waited patiently while the team won a championship in St. It helps that the team is good now, but Angelenos don't really care much about professional football, which makes any LA Rams fan annoying in a slightly different way.
Witness the Ridiculous Bills Fan Video cottage industry Deadspin has put on display, which includes you shoving hands in girlfriends’ butts, slap-fighting in the most viciously friendly manner conceivable, launching yourselves onto tables from high places, using friendly fire to slam Pats fans through other ones, dizzy-batting your heads into the front of buses, and doing coke. Point is, football is supposed to be fun, and you lovable, thick-torsoed goons know how to have it. For a franchise that’s endured a stunning amount of heartbreak and futility on its journey to never winning a Super Bowl, you don’t get nearly the amount of misery hype as, say, a Cleveland or a Buffalo. Louis, then packed the Coliseum and turned it into one of the most raucous... It's only made worse by the fact that the city now hosts two NFL teams.
As such, many of their players know the postseason like the backs of their hands.
Saturday’s NHL game between the Washington Capitals and Chicago Blackhawks featured an unfortunate incident in the crowd. If they were Blackhawks fans, they would know there’s a black player on their team,” he said, per Skrbina.
So, who are the folks we might invite over to our tailgate, and who are the ones we pray don’t sit next to us on an airplane?
And while such frustrations are likely rooted in discontent regarding the questionable tendencies of certain players, one must not forget that the Ducks have made the playoffs on 11 of 13 occasions since the 2004-05 lockout.Even when the team is good, some things never change. Probably because the number of teal seats you see on television is directly proportional to the number of wins the Panthers have that season, and what kind of mood Cam Newton is in.Three NFC title games and a Super Bowl in just 20 years? You poor bastards almost won a championship your first season after moving from Houston.Sure, you’re a city of transplants or locals (who grew up rooting for the Cowboys), but you’ve flocked to this perpetually mediocre franchise like it’s an AMC 24 in August.
Your new domed stadium is one of the loudest in football, probably because every single one of your fans is AT THE GAME.Seriously, has anybody outside Arizona ever met an actual Cardinals fan? No, they’re not Texas’ team -- that one wears burnt orange.