Found March 20, 2012 on Sportaholics Anonymous:
Besides loyalty, there is only one other trait I expect from NFL fans:The ability to remain objective.I don't want to talk to Philadelphia Eagles fans who get defensive when I tell them the truth about their team.  I don't want to hear a Baltimore Ravens fan tell me every year thattheir team will win the championship that season, even though they haven't won the title in more than a decade.  I don't want to hear a Dallas Cowboys fan mention their team's past successes in order to hide their team's present failures.  I don't want a New York Giants fan yelling at me when we're trying to have a calm, reasonable conversation about football.  And I don't want a Washington Redskins fan accusing me of not actually liking my team just because I can talk objectively about them.  I want to find other fans who can talk objectively about their teams.  I want to talk football with other fans.  I want to hear their opinions about their favorite teams.  I want t...
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