Through the highs and lows, John Adams has been there to beat his drum atop the bleachers in Cleveland.
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Bengals Stormtrooper Man
Okay, orange Stormtrooper man. You win. You are awesome.
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Screaming Spurs Lady
There’s really nothing pleasant about the Spurs’ screaming lady. Placed strategically near a microphone, most positive San Antonio accomplishments are accompanied by a piercing shriek. Not easy to listen to.
The Washington ‘Pigskins’ costume involves three things: a pig snout, a dress, and a dedicated fan.
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Fireman Ed might have retired (and then unretired) but his legacy will always live on, starting the Jets chant in the crowd. J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS.
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These two bros travel everywhere to give Kobe a great farewell sendoff. God speed, Kobe.
Raider fans are legendary for their commitment to excellence ... and to the most insane, heavy metal, Halloween, and gothic outfits fans can wear to games.
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Spike Lee is by far the most famous fan in all of sports, and he represents an era of the Knicks unto himself.
Sports is a strange animal. It's one that can pull people together, or, perhaps more frequently, set them apart. Clear divisions are created between fanbases, making for a unique dynamic found nowhere else throughout the entertainment industry.
Within each fanbase, there are a handful of fans that have made their name by -- well, by being fans. Whether it be by wearing a crazy outfit, by leading chants, by a distinct characteristic or anything else, these select few go above and beyond.