Props to the true fans that literally stick it to the very end of games when their teams are getting obliterated. I was watching the Colts game on September 21st and had the convenience of being able to turn the television off and act like I didn’t just see what in fact I had seen. But for the blue collar fans that buy Colts license plates and wear there tattered Marshall Faulk jersey to every game in their season ticket nosebleed section seats, I salute you.
It wasn’t even as though the Colts were getting beaten that badly on Monday Night Football it was just an all around disappointing showing. I’m talking about the fans that watched Lisa Leslie of Morningside High School beat their hometown high school team of South Torrance 102-24 by halftime, before South Torrance let their team simply just go home. I’m talking about the seven people left in the stadium when the 1991 Cavs beat the Heat 148-80. I could go on for days but you get the point. There’s something to be said about the trustworthy few and Lord knows we’d like to see a little bit of that faithfulness out of our closest friends. Keep cheering my friends, keep cheering. Just ask Reggie Miller.