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So you bandwagon any team that is successful then.
No, hardly,then perhaps I wouldn't have been crying in that Guatemalan restaurant last AFC championship game, or been having to reluctantly watch Packers (who beat the Falcons) and then the Giants (who beat the Falcons) win the Superbowl..
Baltimore Ravens have been successful but its relative, they ain't exactly won a Superbowl lately and again, I've been following them for several years. I liked the the Falcons for a few years too, but they have yet to win a play-off game under Smith and Ryan (hardly something to bandwagon around eh?), the Raiders haven't been to the play-offs in 10 years (!!), and in regards to the 49erz I like Jim Harbaugh, so what? Who is YOUR team or most loyal one?
I was digging the Thunder when they were in LAST place, and I followed Lebron to the Heat, but that was my loyalty to Lebron across several years too (again, a weird Cleveland thing).
So you bandwagon any team that is successful then.I've never met anyone with so many diverse loyalties. I mean, there are teams in the NFL I like, like the Seahawks and Bills and all the NFC North except Detroit, but I'd only call myself a fan of the Bengals, and when we play those guys, I know exactly who to root for. If one team that's mediocre at best is good enough for me, shouldn't one good team satisfy you Habte?
RE: Nasa: We gotta get a thread in politics going.
Maybe I should explain better, I don't follow division rivals silly. Falcons are NFC South, Raiders are AFC West, 49erz are NFC West, and Ravens are AFC North, just like in NBA Thunder are Western Conference and Heat are Eastern. If you follow teams on both sides, it makes the Championship race all the more interesting