As a kid who grew up in southern California which is much like Charlotte and full of annoying transplants, I will say that it can get better. I used to go watch my favorite baseball team, the angels. Whenever the Yankees and red sox came to town it was so damn annoying watching them take over the stadium. If they hit a home run it was like I was in fenway or Yankee Stadium. That has since changed. While there will always be annoying fans from those teams that come to games and are so damn disrespectful and act like it's a home game for their team, it is now clear that the Angels are the home team. Winning consistently will change that. Did u hear that Mr. Richardson? Winning more than once every 4 years and in actual back to back years can change the culture of the city and strengthen the fanbase.
I saw a guy in a Pats jersey with the sign saying something about Cam not being able to drive. So, obviously, with a few silver bullets in us, my buddies and I swiftly reminded him of Cam DRIVING the football in, on and around the Pats on Monday night last year. He didn't have much to say.
Side note, this town, us, someone needs to do something to promote the home team. Even if it's just, "wear Panthers apparel and get 10% off" at bars or restaurants. I don't know, but it's a bad look to have transplants who come to our city and disrespect our team. What's the point in going to a Panthers game wearing a Steelers jersey? Shouldn't you be at home watching YOUR STEELERS!?
Ok, I'm worked up now. Geez, the Huddle's not good for my blood pressure.
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