Seahawk fans take pride in being as loud as they can, causing opposing teams to commit multiple false start penalties.They do this so effectively that the scoreboard has a false start tracker on it!Red Sox Nation has a president, vice president, and regional governors representing all six New England states.
The last thing you ever want to do is sit in the bleachers wearing an opponents paraphernalia.
The best you can hope for is just to get the "Gay Man" song sung to you.
Fueled by massive quantities of beer (they have been known to sneak kegs into the stadium), their antics are the stuff of spectator legend.
Adversaries (including referees) of the Browns could expect to be hailed with a barrage of milk-bones, dog food, batteries, plastic beer bottles...
The Mecca for the ravenous fans was the "700 Level" of the old Veterans Stadium.
Upon entering the 700 level, one was greeted with the aroma of beer, pot, vomit and urine. there was a good chance you wouldn't make it out alive.
A loud, brash and rowdy fan base can be instrumental in giving a home team that edge to help them achieve victory.
The following list of fans are the cream of the crop when it comes to craziness and intimidation.
The number 12 has been retired by the Seahawks in honor of their fans.
In the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium, the Dawg Pound struck fear in the hearts of opposing teams.
Not even Red Sox players are immune from their fans if they are under-performing.