Most irate Monday Morning Quarterbacks call up their local sports-talk radio station to vent.
Or they take out their frustrations on co-workers around the water cooler. Or, worse yet, on their football widows back at home.
It happens every year for Detroit Lions' fans, even during the offseason.
Chris Pruett, who's had his heart broken by the Lions too many times to count over the years, is here to help. He has hit the streets in Lansing, Mich., to offer some much-needed comfort for other fans like himself.
Pruett, 54, who goes by the nickname of "Lionsguy," built what he refers to as the "LIONS OFFSEASON MOBILE MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC."
It's not fancy there's an eight-foot-high booth and 16-foot-high Lions flag pole but every city in this state could use one of Pruett's makeshift clinics.
After all, these are the long-suffering fans of a team that has never been to the Super Bowl, has one playoff victory since 1957, didn't win a single game five years ago andis now coming off ...