Halloween was this week, and we know the fun of the day is all day (and maybe even weeks) before, as preparing for this glorious night is maybe even more fun than Christmas. At National Football League games, though, you’ll find fans at every NFL stadium every single game dressed up like it’s a trick-or-treat opportunity. It’s just simply Halloween every week at NFL cities each Thursday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday – whichever day the opposing team rolls into town.
I have sifted through dozens and dozens of photos to narrow down to the great pictures I present you periodically as I tell you the drama of the super fans. The NFL super fans are old and they’re young. They’re women and they’re men. They’re dogs and they’re cats. No, really. Super fans are cats and dogs and I’ll soon show you a photo spread to prove it. Dogs love the experience of joining their ‘Dad’ or ‘Mom’ at their game day celebration Cats, though they’re less loud about it, still enjoy supporting the team as only cats do.
Check this Halloween selection of super fans: or maybe it’s just Halloween again on this the last day in October.
Maybe it’s just Halloween, again!
Here are some true and typical fans at a Tennessee Titans game from Halloween night 2004. I guess the country music there made them go ape or maybe they’re just from that particular planet.
This detailed and finely crafted look obviously took some time: notice that even his mustache has been colored that pleasing blue that the Indianapolis Colts wear.
Super colt and beads
This super fan might be related to the previous Colts lover: his makeup has also been applied well with no apparent smudges and the beads and the horse head are a nice touch.
This is a striking look from a distance or even up close I suppose. The half and half blue and white has an appeal that draws attention as a single color wouldn’t. Good job!
Voodoo you do
This man is clearly strong. I guess he has twenty pounds of beads on him as he tries to bedazzle and bedevil the opposition with Raven’s voodoo. Or maybe it’s the vodka that’s doin’ that.
Ravens must die!
This Buccaneers fan has done a good job getting across his sense of the situation. The bird, symbolically, needs to die a painful death from a pirate with a horn hat. I get it.
This Carolina Panther made me jump out of my Green Bay Packer hat when I first saw the menace approaching. Panthers used to be such nice little cats and now this!
Sheep you creep
Sheep are just little fuzzy and sort of furry horses as this Denver Broncos super fan found out at a Broncos game. This sheep was presumably sent to the shearer after bucking this kid to the ground.
Texan with horns
You’re the devil. No, you ‘re a Texan. Wait, you’re a horny Texan. That’s right: you horny Texan. It’s a good, clean look that is perfect for kids on Halloween and we’ll just call him a little devil.
“I see stars” this lady says and the glasses makes everyone else see stars as well. This Indianapolis Colts fan likes the look and appropriateness of wearing star glasses at an NFL game.
This is a city dog for sure. He’s a New York dog with a corn cob pipe and those hipster glasses. Don’t judge this dog’s sense of calendar time since we know he’s thinking in sevens. He’s a football dog!