Meh, the same reason I love ISU are the reasons I don't have a pro team. I went to ISU. My parents and grandparents and great-grandparents went to ISU.
I have a hard time forming an allegiance to a city I've never been in for more than a few days. So I just watch football because I like football.
I was the same way, just watched NFL because I liked football. Then I married a Minnesotan whom is from a crazy Vikings family and since she is a huge Vikings fan and now my son is I have pretty much turned into one too.
I lived in the STL for three years and became convinced that town had more Bears fans than Rams fans. Of course, I lived there during the Mike Martz era which might explain it.
“Science investigates; religion interprets. Science gives man knowledge, which is power; religion gives man wisdom, which is control. Science deals mainly with facts; religion deals mainly with values. The two are not rivals. They are complementary.”
Chiefs fans coming out of the woodworks like crazy over the past few years, wait.... correction.... over the past few days
Do you blame us for not wanting to admit to being Chiefs fans? We've been pretty terrible since the late 60's and have been even worse for the last decade and that's been in one of the easiest divisions none the less.
It's kinda like being an ISU fan... Sometimes it's just tough, and unless specifically asked, I certainly don't run around bragging about being a Chiefs fan.
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