I'm a huge Steelers and Penguins fan, but baseball bores me to tears, so I'm not a Pirates fan. Went to my first ever Pirates game last season, and the stadium was awesome but the game itself doesn't do it for me at all. At baseball games (at the major or minor league level...I may go to one game all summer), I end up being one of those fans who care more about in-stadium experiences than focusing on the game itself (whereas I am completely the opposite at Steelers or Penguins games...even minor league hockey...completely focused on the game...I never leave my seat even for a bathroom break, unless my kids are with me of course).
What you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
Fo wheel. J-ville area goes:
Originally Posted by Oviedo
2A, B. Steelers, Eagles.
Some people say when Steelers play in J-ville, it's 50-50 Jags/Steelers fans. That is an exaggeration. It may be like 30% Steeler fans, which is a lot.
A relative of mine who lives in Jax says that the Florida Gators are the only football team that anyone in Jax cares about these days.
Originally Posted by sick beats
Jacksonville doesn't have the football history to go through rough times with their team. Those fans are not Cleveland fans (who IMO are the most loyal and crazy) group of fans in the NFL. I have mad respect for Browns fans having lived in Cleveland for 3 years. Their love for their team is tangible and their hatred for everything Steeler is as well. Got to respect that.
Originally Posted by The Man of Steel
As somebody who lives outside of any geographical loyalty (save for Buffalo), I find these rankings to be way off. Using Toronto as an example, I would think that top 7 would be something like: