Under the lead of quarterback elite Alex Smith, cornerback Josh Norman, and future Hall of Fame running back Adrian Peterson, things seem to be shaping up well for the Washington Redskins. Currently ranked first in the NFC East, there is without a doubt that the Redskins have what it takes to make a strong push in the playoffs and possibly add another Super Bowl title to their previous three. Despite their rocky stretch of seasons, Redskins fans have been nothing but fully dedicated to being invested in their own. Yet, although this seems to have a negative effect as Redskins fans are notorious for booing their home team, it demonstrates the passion that they hold and the intense emotions they feel when they want their team to do even better.
When it comes to history, it’s hard to match the San Francisco 49ers. They are tied for second among all teams with 5 Super Bowl Wins. They dominated the league in the 80’s and 90’s, winning 5 Super Bowls in a 13 year span, including back to back wins in ‘88 and ‘89. Led by two of the greatest players of all time, Joe Montana and Jerry Rice, the Niners were an unstoppable force.
Following a playoff drought in the early 2000’s, the team returned to prominence under Jim Harbaugh, a brief but impressive run highlighted by a trip to the Super Bowl in 2012. Though the team has struggled lately, the future is bright in Santa Clara. With young franchise quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and emerging starts like tight end George Kittle, defensive end DeForest Buckner, and linebacker Fred Warner, a return to postseason glory seems imminent for the 49ers.
The sudden rise of the Minnesota Vikings is no coincidence. With the acquisition of Kirk Cousins and the emergence of the elite pass-catching duo of Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen, the Vikings are gearing up for something special. As the season progresses, the Vikings will look to make a playoff push, and, to make it to the big stage, they’ll need their fans behind them.
The Chicago Bears are a franchise steeped in history, and with a new and improving roster, fans have been given the privilege of focusing on the future- not just the past. How did the Bears become so iconic? A history of frightening defenses and exciting skill-position players? Maybe. A series of SNL skits and an eccentric former coach? Probably. It really doesn’t matter how the Bears became a national brand- they are one. On any given Sunday at Soldier Field, you might find yourself running into Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, or even former President Barack Obama. With a sudden rise in talent, the Bears seem to be getting back on track, and fans everywhere are preparing to flock to the windy city to see “Da Bears” as their team gets closer and closer to emulating their former self.
FanWide, the world’s largest fan club network, is announcing a competition to identify the top pro football fan club in the country. FanWide promotes over half a million game watch parties every year for fans of every pro, college and international sports team at over 10,000 sports bars nationwide. Make sure that your fan club is already listed at www.FanWide.com or contact us at Info@FanWide.com to get added.
Starting today, any fan clubs of American professional football that are located in the United States can enter the contest with the grand prize of an athlete appearance at one of your club’s upcoming events! First, the top fan clubs from different teams will be selected, then the winners will compete against each other to be named the nation’s Top Football Fan Club! This will give your fan club great publicity and grow your network.