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  • IMO the best part of bandwagon fans is when the team loses ONE game, and you see them go into meltdown mode. Lord, I love that stuff, makes me smile.
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    80 percent of the fans are bandwagon.
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  • Throwdown wrote:IMO the best part of bandwagon fans is when the team loses ONE game, and you see them go into meltdown mode. Lord, I love that stuff, makes me smile.


    lol. Winning the Super Bowl one week, and taking the number one pick in the draft the next. That stuff is epic.
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  • Ok, i guess I'll be a Seahawks fan too. Is there room for me on the bandwagon?
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:Ok, i guess I'll be a Seahawks fan too. Is there room for me on the bandwagon?


    nope

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  • I like it and hate it. The noise it creates when this kind of exposure brings the bandwagoners out which sucks kinda, but it also brings Seahawks football to the eyes of future little Seahawk fans. Living up here in the PNW, we already have to deal with stupid whiner and faider fans who claim they were fans "before Seattle had a team" and they probably already polluted this area with their demon seed (and fandom). Bring it on I say, if nothing else it creates a buzz and that alone to me is fun!
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  • AF_Hawk wrote:I like it and hate it. The noise it creates when this kind of exposure brings the bandwagoners out which sucks kinda, but it also brings Seahawks football to the eyes of future little Seahawk fans. Living up here in the PNW, we already have to deal with stupid whiner and faider fans who claim they were fans "before Seattle had a team" and they probably already polluted this area with their demon seed (and fandom). Bring it on I say, if nothing else it creates a buzz and that alone to me is fun!


    I only hate it.

    Nothing good comes from distracting extraneous media attention and expectations.........especially for a young team like the Hawks.

    It's going to be a challenge for Pete to keep this team grounded and focused in 2013. I much prefer the underdog role to the front runner role.
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  • bmorepunk wrote:If you're older than 30 a good test of whether or not you were a bandwagon fan is if you were still with the team when John Elway consistently destroyed it. I still have nightmares about Horse Face and that stupid smile.

    I guess this team can have bandwagon fans if you look at how successful they have been over the last decade. Before that...ugh.


    Yeah,, the Horse face and those huge teeth. Wyman or someone like Terry Wooden chasing him out of bounds and right before he goes out, he wings the ball 50 yards downfield to a wide open Vance Johnson for the late score.

    Now mind you, sometimes Stormin Norm would nail a game winner on the following drive, but sometimes he didn't..

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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:Ok, i guess I'll be a Seahawks fan too. Is there room for me on the bandwagon?


    sorry... its looks like its kinda full right now

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    SacHawk2.0 wrote:Ok, i guess I'll be a Seahawks fan too. Is there room for me on the bandwagon?


    sorry... its looks like its kinda full right now

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  • Was a casual Seahawk fan for maybe a year or two until I moved back to Seattle in Jun 2012. Promised myself upon moving back I would buy season tickets, I did, and got treated to an undefeated home game record (including preseason games). I already renewed my season tix for next year. Am I band wagon fan?
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  • gspin2k1 wrote:Was a casual Seahawk fan for maybe a year or two until I moved back to Seattle in Jun 2012. Promised myself upon moving back I would buy season tickets, I did, and got treated to an undefeated home game record (including preseason games). I already renewed my season tix for next year. Am I band wagon fan?


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  • ivotuk wrote:Man, I remember stumbling across this site, summer of 2004 I think it was. It was my first attempt at finding a Seahawk forum and I found a bunch but after reading through all of them, I knew which one I liked, problem was, I forgot the name of it and didn't save the link. So I had to do some digging an I remember being a little bit anxious that I wasn't going to find it again. Once I did though, I was stuck here, like a Remora, stuck to the bottom of a Stingray, helplessly, and happily following along where ever it took me.

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  • All this whining about band wagon fans. You have no idea until later.

    Get on the ground floor with those of us that approve new members.

    Now that's sometimes weird.

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  • Throwdown wrote:IMO the best part of bandwagon fans is when the team loses ONE game, and you see them go into meltdown mode. Lord, I love that stuff, makes me smile.


    I think you hit the nail on the head. I've been paying close attention (watching every game, knowing as many stats as possible) to the hawks since 2000 (I considered myself a fan before that but that's when I started playing h.s. football and knew what the hell was going on, lol) and I used to think we were going to win the Superbowl if we won a game or I'd think that we were eternally doomed if we lost. It was like I had a case of seahawk bipolarism - but I was really just naive (more GREEN than blue, haha).. I think it's a natural progression - you get to the point where you've seen enough scenerios play out - for better or worse - that you start understanding that you can't gauge a team and where they stand in the grand scheme of things in any given week.. That being said, I still get that over-excited "we're the best team to lace 'em up" feeling after a win but now I'm smart enough (maybe experienced enough is a better way of putting it, lol) to keep it in perspective.

    As my old coach used to say, "Focus on the task at hand, forget old results, and move on to what's next."

    Then again this is my 3rd post so I'm not sure if I qualify for such bold proclamations about what a real fan is! :)
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  • Some of you seem unclear what a bandwagon, or "fair weather" fan is. It's simply someone that only cheers and pays attention to the team when they're winning. In the sucky seasons they go AWOL, while die-hards suffer along with our team through every soul-crushing defeat. Some die-hards feel they've earned the glory of a winning season as a result of all their suffering, and feel the bandwagon fans don't deserve it because they didn't earn it. I'm not one of them. I say the more the merrier! Climb aboard and make some noise, there's plenty of room! And I freely admit that I am a fair-weather Mariners fan. When they're kickin' ass, I'm all in. When they suck, like they have the last decade-plus, I don't watch any of their games, ever. But if this upcoming season turns out like some are saying it will, I'll dust off my old Edgar Martinez authentic jersey and hop on. But they'll still suck... again...
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  • I've always been under the impression that a bandwagon fan is someone who changes allegiances to teams from week to week and season to season. A fair weather fan is someone who doesn't necessarily change which team they root for but they only care about a team with passing interest (say they're in the playoffs or made a big comeback and it's on sportscenter or something) and there's nothing wrong with that at all. Some die-hards can become hostile towards those they perceive has being an inferior fan because they feel they've invested more time, energy, and emotion than the other guy.. "How dare they try and take part in this glorious moment when they haven't endured the tragic defeats?!" I think right there is where people can chill out.. If you're a die hard then you KNOW how ecstatic you feel when things are going good so why would you even care what the other guy feels? You know it's not as sweet for them as it is for you! So I say sign up / hop on the wagon and get while the gettin is good because every extra seahawk fan is one less potential 9'er fan, and say it with me - GO HAWKS!!!
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  • seaNOmercy wrote:I've always been under the impression that a bandwagon fan is someone who changes allegiances to teams from week to week and season to season. A fair weather fan is someone who doesn't necessarily change which team they root for but they only care about a team with passing interest (say they're in the playoffs or made a big comeback and it's on sportscenter or something) and there's nothing wrong with that at all. Some die-hards can become hostile towards those they perceive has being an inferior fan because they feel they've invested more time, energy, and emotion than the other guy.. "How dare they try and take part in this glorious moment when they haven't endured the tragic defeats?!" I think right there is where people can chill out.. If you're a die hard then you KNOW how ecstatic you feel when things are going good so why would you even care what the other guy feels? You know it's not as sweet for them as it is for you! So I say sign up / hop on the wagon and get while the gettin is good because every extra seahawk fan is one less potential 9'er fan, and say it with me - GO HAWKS!!!



    You're basically describing the same kind of fan with 2 different words.

    But as Bill says, the original band wagon fan is one who really owes no allegience to any team. Kind of like ninnir fans. There have been thousands of them wouldn't be caught dead being a fan until the last 2 years when they are winning again.

    Seahawks have lots of those. People that would never have come here or mentioned the Seahawks. Now they are showing up in droves pretending they are knowledgable football fans when in reality they are goggle exspurts.

    But it takes all kinds of fans to support a team through various times. You just need to expect it and take them with a grain of salt. After all they are here until the next losing season when its "oh the same old Seahawks" and they go of the map again.

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    seaNOmercy wrote:I've always been under the impression that a bandwagon fan is someone who changes allegiances to teams from week to week and season to season. A fair weather fan is someone who doesn't necessarily change which team they root for but they only care about a team with passing interest (say they're in the playoffs or made a big comeback and it's on sportscenter or something) and there's nothing wrong with that at all. Some die-hards can become hostile towards those they perceive has being an inferior fan because they feel they've invested more time, energy, and emotion than the other guy.. "How dare they try and take part in this glorious moment when they haven't endured the tragic defeats?!" I think right there is where people can chill out.. If you're a die hard then you KNOW how ecstatic you feel when things are going good so why would you even care what the other guy feels? You know it's not as sweet for them as it is for you! So I say sign up / hop on the wagon and get while the gettin is good because every extra seahawk fan is one less potential 9'er fan, and say it with me - GO HAWKS!!!



    You're basically describing the same kind of fan with 2 different words.

    But as Bill says, the original band wagon fan is one who really owes no allegience to any team. Kind of like ninnir fans. There have been thousands of them wouldn't be caught dead being a fan until the last 2 years when they are winning again.

    Seahawks have lots of those. People that would never have come here or mentioned the Seahawks. Now they are showing up in droves pretending they are knowledgable football fans when in reality they are goggle exspurts.

    But it takes all kinds of fans to support a team through various times. You just need to expect it and take them with a grain of salt. After all they are here until the next losing season when its "oh the same old Seahawks" and they go of the map again.

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    The distinction I was making was that a bandwagon fan CHANGES teams as it suites them and a fairweather fan roots for ONE team as it suites them. That's why I used 2 different words, that subtle difference makes them distinct from one another. Maybe I should have omitted the word "necessarily" in my description of a fairweather fan but I thought it was pretty clear what I was getting at. The point was entirely moot to begin with as I was just rewording what BlueThunder said... It would have been easier to just say, "Why would a die-hard fan care?".

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  • seaNOmercy wrote:The distinction I was making was that a bandwagon fan CHANGES teams as it suites them and a fairweather fan roots for ONE team as it suites them. That's why I used 2 different words, that subtle difference makes them distinct from one another. Maybe I should have omitted the word "necessarily" in my description of a fairweather fan but I thought it was pretty clear what I was getting at. The point was entirely moot to begin with as I was just rewording what BlueThunder said... It would have been easier to just say, "Why would a die-hard fan care?".

    On to the next thread!


    to put it more simply:

    Bandwagon fan - supports whoever is winning (so would have supported the Pats, Colts, Saints, Packers etc over last decade)
    Fairweather fan - only supports their team when it is winning but doesn't care about football any other time (niner fans)
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  • Throwdown wrote:IMO the best part of bandwagon fans is when the team loses ONE game, and you see them go into meltdown mode. Lord, I love that stuff, makes me smile.


    this entire board goes into meltdown every time we lose
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  • Oh man, I hate the type of bandwagon fan that just floats around to the latest powerhouse team so they can quasi-celebrate the championship game every year. It's like they never want to experience defeat... I mean it sucks when your team is mediocre, but that's what true allegiance is... sticking with 'em through thick and thin. I don't even understand the mindset of that type of "fan". The 49er dynasty years is a perfect example. They had millions of those types all around the country. Along with them just buying championships in the pre-salary cap years, that's where my deep-rooted hatred of that team began, way before the Seahawks even joined the NFC. And no, Niners fans, this isn't a thread to argue about buying championships...
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    Throwdown wrote:IMO the best part of bandwagon fans is when the team loses ONE game, and you see them go into meltdown mode. Lord, I love that stuff, makes me smile.


    this entire board goes into meltdown every time we lose


    Incorrect. Most of us are level headed. A lot of game day only posters like Toronto or Mcbobly do have toddler meltdowns.
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    Throwdown wrote:IMO the best part of bandwagon fans is when the team loses ONE game, and you see them go into meltdown mode. Lord, I love that stuff, makes me smile.


    this entire board goes into meltdown every time we lose


    Incorrect. Most of us are level headed. A lot of game day only posters like Toronto or Mcbobly do have toddler meltdowns.


    Most of the game day only posters go into meltdown if we go behind at any point. I wish the game day forum posts didn't disappear forever, topics from the end of the first quarter against the Bears, Rams and Redskins would make some good light reading when I feel down
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  • If you think the game day posts are bad you should see the game day chat.

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  • Oh well all you superior fans that don't meltdown during games.

    I frickin freak out. Always have, always will.

    I guess that makes those of us bandwagoners.
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  • I had season tickets in 76 and still do, but just found this board lately, do I qualify as bandwagoner?

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  • yo yo wuts good maafoos bandwagon or not i been a fan since the ricky waters..waren moon era oh kennedy was the shiitt...its takeover time y shut down incoming fans lol..lets goo SEAhawks :2:
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  • hawkersuppp23 wrote:yo yo wuts good maafoos bandwagon or not i been a fan since the ricky waters..waren moon era oh kennedy was the shiitt...its takeover time y shut down incoming fans lol..lets goo SEAhawks :2:




    this guy sounds like a niner spy
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    hawkersuppp23 wrote:yo yo wuts good maafoos bandwagon or not i been a fan since the ricky waters..waren moon era oh kennedy was the shiitt...its takeover time y shut down incoming fans lol..lets goo SEAhawks :2:




    this guy sounds like a niner spy



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  • The Radish wrote:
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    hawkersuppp23 wrote:yo yo wuts good maafoos bandwagon or not i been a fan since the ricky waters..waren moon era oh kennedy was the shiitt...its takeover time y shut down incoming fans lol..lets goo SEAhawks :2:




    this guy sounds like a niner spy



    lets goo SEAhawks! hahahahahahaha

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  • So since I'm so new, I'm a bandwagon fan, but I wasn't screaming for Flynn every time we lost a game early on in the season. So where does that put me? level-headed bandwagon fan?
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  • CALIHAWK1 wrote:
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    Throwdown wrote:IMO the best part of bandwagon fans is when the team loses ONE game, and you see them go into meltdown mode. Lord, I love that stuff, makes me smile.


    this entire board goes into meltdown every time we lose


    Incorrect. Most of us are level headed. A lot of game day only posters like Toronto or Mcbobly do have toddler meltdowns.


    Man you really gotta see Fox0r in the chat, that stuff is COMEDY!
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  • I'm kind of new here. My first post was after the Dolphins game and I DECLARED that the Seahawks would beat the Bears. Everyone thought I was on crack and laughed at me :(.
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  • gadgor wrote:I'm kind of new here. My first post was after the Dolphins game and I DECLARED that the Seahawks would beat the Bears. Everyone thought I was on crack and laughed at me :(.


    Its okay, I said we would lose again after that... No one wanted to believe me.
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  • gspin2k1 wrote:So since I'm so new, I'm a bandwagon fan, but I wasn't screaming for Flynn every time we lost a game early on in the season. So where does that put me? level-headed bandwagon fan?



    Can't call newbies bandwagonaires cause we don't know their team backgrounds. For now we're just happy to have you here with us.

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