Most intimidating fans in sports the dating of eddie poetry

13-Jun-2017 14:45

It honestly seems like they'd be better served spending Sundays at some sort of self-help group than watching semi-professional football in a stadium clouded with the stench of failure and stale popcorn.

"Raider Nation" likes to claim that Oakland Coliseum is the most frightening place in the world to play, yet pretty much every visiting team walks away with a win.

The National Football League is chock-full of some of the most intimidating human beings on the planet.

And while most NFL players could come across as intimidating to the average American, only a select few have the ability to intimidate their peers and opposing coaching staffs around the league.

Eagles faithful say they are unfairly targeted and portrayed by national media, but yet these types of lists keep getting made.

But it's not all bad: Eagles fans have the third-best grammar among NFL teams, according to an April report by Grammarly.

The group of frat guys that try to start fights at family restaurants when their favorite teams games aren't on the Applebee's television.Sports Illustrated outlined its case for most hated starting with Santa Claus and including the time Eagles fans cheered as Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin lay on the turf with an apparent neck injury: It all started in December 1968, when those disenchanted fans of the Eagles sitting at Franklin Field decided that the best way to unleash their invective was to hurl snowballs at Frank Olivo, a 19-year-old man who stepped onto the field in a Santa Claus suit.The fans were disgusted because the then-lame franchise was winning too much at the end of the season--winning their way right out of the derby for USC's O. Simpson, who went to Buffalo as the first pick in the 1969 draft. ) with the third pick, leaving Joe Greene on the board for the Steelers with the next selection.The Big Ten boasts some of the more dominant college football teams in the country. It’s hard to see a scenario where one of the two doesn’t make the playoff. The Las Vegas odds show that both Ohio State and Michigan are in the top four favorites to win the championship.

The group of frat guys that try to start fights at family restaurants when their favorite teams games aren't on the Applebee's television.

Sports Illustrated outlined its case for most hated starting with Santa Claus and including the time Eagles fans cheered as Dallas Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin lay on the turf with an apparent neck injury: It all started in December 1968, when those disenchanted fans of the Eagles sitting at Franklin Field decided that the best way to unleash their invective was to hurl snowballs at Frank Olivo, a 19-year-old man who stepped onto the field in a Santa Claus suit.

The fans were disgusted because the then-lame franchise was winning too much at the end of the season--winning their way right out of the derby for USC's O. Simpson, who went to Buffalo as the first pick in the 1969 draft. ) with the third pick, leaving Joe Greene on the board for the Steelers with the next selection.

The Big Ten boasts some of the more dominant college football teams in the country. It’s hard to see a scenario where one of the two doesn’t make the playoff.

The Las Vegas odds show that both Ohio State and Michigan are in the top four favorites to win the championship.

The six-time All-Pro is likely a future Hall of Famer, and his playing style should serve as a model for young interior defensive linemen.