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Kvnfaber
09-10-2008, 11:20 AM
I was raised a Steeler fan from birth, and I live an die Steelers. I have lived almost 24 years on this earth, and I have met tons of Browns fans (I live in Ohio). Very, and I emphasize VERY few of these Browns fans can talk football with class and respect with me. I always love to talk football no matter who your team is, but so many Browns fans have to just tell you "Steelers Suck" and offer nothing else to the conversation.

I do have one friend however, that is a big Browns fan and we can sit down and have an educated football conversation. I know more about the Browns than most fans, being as though my sports radio here is all Cleveland and the fact that I share an office with two Browns fans (Plus i generally follow the NFL religiously).

Well readers, even though a large majority of Browns fans are senseless and ignorant, yelling morons, there is hope! My previously mentioned (Browns fan) friend bought me a ticket to the Steelers/Browns game this weekend for my birthday, and we are going tailgating/playing Madden outside the stadium all day, until gametime!

Props to him for restoring my faith in humanity.

Now I'm just hoping I come out of the stadium alive when we hang a lopsided loss on the Browns!

xfl2001fan
09-10-2008, 01:31 PM
Keep in mind, that "fan" is short for fanatic.

I have run into a very large contingent of poor Steelers fans who knew little about their own team, let alone about football in general.

It is a shame that there are so many classless people who follow the sport.

Warren is a very small town in NE Ohio. I used to have a bunch of friends who were in the Reserves up there. (Facility has since shut down and they have moved on.)

Glad to know you managed to find a non-troll when it comes to supporters of my team.

Mosca
09-10-2008, 01:32 PM
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Browns fan with class

Kvnfaber
09-10-2008, 03:31 PM
Keep in mind, that "fan" is short for fanatic.

I have run into a very large contingent of poor Steelers fans who knew little about their own team, let alone about football in general.

It is a shame that there are so many classless people who follow the sport.

Warren is a very small town in NE Ohio. I used to have a bunch of friends who were in the Reserves up there. (Facility has since shut down and they have moved on.)

Glad to know you managed to find a non-troll when it comes to supporters of my team.

I am sure there are a fair share of classless fans from every team in the NFL, I just so happen to meet a lot of Browns fans who have nothing good to add to a conversation about football. I have seen your posts though, and I appreciate fans like you from any team. Just wanted to shout out to my friend who did that for me, and the fact the he is a classy respectful football fan, while still hating my team :P

xfl2001fan
09-10-2008, 03:38 PM
Good shout out! It's unfortunate that there are so many stupid fans. Considering where you live, I'm not surprised to see so many "dumb" fans. It's more country than city there, so you'll get your share of bass ackward types.

rick723
09-10-2008, 06:19 PM
I was raised a Steeler fan from birth, and I live an die Steelers. I have lived almost 24 years on this earth, and I have met tons of Browns fans (I live in Ohio). Very, and I emphasize VERY few of these Browns fans can talk football with class and respect with me. I always love to talk football no matter who your team is, but so many Browns fans have to just tell you "Steelers Suck" and offer nothing else to the conversation.

I do have one friend however, that is a big Browns fan and we can sit down and have an educated football conversation. I know more about the Browns than most fans, being as though my sports radio here is all Cleveland and the fact that I share an office with two Browns fans (Plus i generally follow the NFL religiously).

Well readers, even though a large majority of Browns fans are senseless and ignorant, yelling morons, there is hope! My previously mentioned (Browns fan) friend bought me a ticket to the Steelers/Browns game this weekend for my birthday, and we are going tailgating/playing Madden outside the stadium all day, until gametime!

Props to him for restoring my faith in humanity.

Now I'm just hoping I come out of the stadium alive when we hang a lopsided loss on the Browns!

RIP Buddy, it can get ugly in there. I thought I was going to have to fight my way out of bungleland one time. They are the nastiest fans in the NFL. I remember a Browns fan drunk on his knees outside three rivers once, He laid down so sleep and no one robbed or kicked his butt. The cops took him to sleep it off and he was whole.

NJarhead
09-10-2008, 06:35 PM
Hmmmm. First, Congratulations and Happy Birthday. :drink:

Second, now matter how classess and unknowledgeable you think Browns fans are, they are nothing compared to New England fans (Patriots, Red Sawx, Celtics and Bruins) and even THEY can't hold a candle to Raiders fans. :chuckle:

Finally, have fun and get home safe! If all goes as planned, you can just stay till the very end of the blow out and be able to walk out with the remaining Steelers fans. :tt02: :wink02:

steelerguy26
09-12-2008, 12:36 AM
I have yet to met a Browns fan who can tell me who the third string QB is on thier team, let alone match wits with a real football fanatic. But I agree the New England "bandwagon" I mean fans, are the worst.

I can garuntee the 10-12 NE fans I know who have only been Cheatriot fans for the last 6-8 years, will be sporting new Jerseys by week 8 now that Fag boy is hurt and they won't have a Cheatriot logo on them. They will be whatever the new cinderalla team is. Probabley the Jets.

Regardless I have tickets for this weeks game and they reside in the "Dawg Pound" so wish me luck guys cuz I will be sporting black and gold on all fronts.........

CanadianSteel
09-12-2008, 11:48 AM
I have yet to met a Browns fan who can tell me who the third string QB is on thier team, let alone match wits with a real football fanatic. But I agree the New England "bandwagon" I mean fans, are the worst.

I can garuntee the 10-12 NE fans I know who have only been Cheatriot fans for the last 6-8 years, will be sporting new Jerseys by week 8 now that Fag boy is hurt and they won't have a Cheatriot logo on them. They will be whatever the new cinderalla team is. Probabley the Jets.

Regardless I have tickets for this weeks game and they reside in the "Dawg Pound" so wish me luck guys cuz I will be sporting black and gold on all fronts.........

Would love to hear about your experience after the game, sitting in the Pound.

I used to go to the old mistake on the lake, and fans were always rude and talked smack but I never fekt threatened. Let us know how you made out in the pound...

Cheers :tt03:

revefsreleets
09-12-2008, 03:43 PM
They are like Bigfoot...often talked about, but rarely glimpsed, and difficult to actually document...

Penn St Steelers
09-14-2008, 06:45 PM
I feel your pain, not to the full blunt though as our rivalry with the Browns has been alot longer....but I reside in Ravens Territory (1hr from downtown Bmore)....even work in Baltimore and have attended many a Steelers @ Ravens game.......now talk about thinking their team is great year in year out....the Ravens fans have it down to a science I tell you....you would think they are the team who has all the rings (like we do) and who has the best ownership in the NFL and all that good stuff.....let me tell you, if you like to brawl at games or see alot of them, just attend a game in Bmore when we come calling, you won't be disappointed....

SteelersHoss
09-17-2008, 08:51 PM
I was there on Sunday Night, there was a lot of jerks, but you know what, a lot of nice fans as well.

beSteelmyheart
09-17-2008, 09:12 PM
I am engaged to & share my life with a Browns fan & he is a great guy. He is a loyal fan originally from Cleveland (as I am from the Pittsburgh area) & it's not as rough as you might think, although I have to deal with him getting bummed out when the Browns lose, especially to us. We both love football but we don't let the rivalry get to us. Much. And my ultimate wedding would be at half-time during a Steelers Browns game at the 50 yard line. What are the chances of that?

NJarhead
09-17-2008, 09:16 PM
Now I'm just hoping I come out of the stadium alive when we hang a lopsided loss on the Browns!

Why have we not heard back from this guy yet? :doh:

steel striker
09-17-2008, 09:34 PM
While i was watching the game on sunday night I saw one of our steeler nation fans in the dawg pound. I was wondering how you were treated by the browns faithful?

Preacher
09-17-2008, 09:37 PM
Why have we not heard back from this guy yet? :doh:


:chuckle:

Should we send out the police??

MasterOfPuppets
09-17-2008, 10:09 PM
While i was watching the game on sunday night I saw one of our steeler nation fans in the dawg pound. I was wondering how you were treated by the browns faithful?maybe his.... "buddy".....had motives for giving the gift.....:sissies: .... maybe the "date", didn't go so well.....:toofunny: .....joking dude...:flap:

Kvnfaber
10-09-2008, 01:14 PM
I'm here and I'm healthy!

Although tailgating with the Browns fans was interesting and vulgar of course!

Also, a Steelers fan was bashed over the head with a beer bottle and I saw him looking quite out of it with his friends helping him to safety. I don't know the context of what happened, I just know that I was walking up a slight hill surrounded by tailgater's and someone told me, "I wouldn't go that way if I was you." I was sporting a Willie Parker jersey. Thats when i saw him faltering and bleeding a bit.

That was a little scary, but overall it was a ton of fun, and watching the Steelers edge the browns in a close one with crazy weather was great! The wind was unbelievable, I saw atleast 5+ hats fly up over my section when gusts came.