Leave it to a blogger from Seattle's own Post-Intelligencer (Seattle PI) Newspaper to make my point exactly. This isn't because I am a Packers fan, I didn't really care one way or another about Seattle. But this writer has summed up why I am now extremely annoyed with many of the feathered fans.
You know what happened Sunday when the NFL's #1 ranked offense met up with the NFL's #1 scoring defense. This Denver Broncos fan was as surprised as a lot of people to see her team getting mopped up in every aspect of the game by the Seattle Seahawks. So shocked and appalled that she goes on a four minute rant that would make a sailor blush.
I think she is unhappy with Peyton Manning and she shoul
The game was more exciting than years previous, but one fan managed to spice things up a little bit more. Donning a cape (maybe it's a poncho?) and rocking a swimsuit top, this female fanatic was jacked when Jordan Cameron hauled in a touchdown pass from Nick Foles.
It's not the first time that a fan has gone overboard at a professional sporting event, but I think this is the first time I have seen it at this magnitude.
Toronto Blue Jay Third Basemen and native Canadian Brett Lawrie was called out on a a couple of bogus...and I mean BOGUS...strike calls. Lawrie then had a few choice words for Home Plate Umpire Bill Miller. Miller ejects Lawrie from the game,
When a front row fan and baseball player each go after a foul ball and the fan wins...more often then not, the fan actually steals an out from his own team. Not in this case. Instead, this San Diego Padres fan defines loyalty by stealing a fly ball from Diamonbacks Right Fielder Justin Upton.
Run across the baseball field and not get tackled by police? Challenge accepted! I showed you last week the Boston Red Sox fan that was tackled by security. This guy on the other hand makes it look easy!