Have you ever noticed that there are some sports teams that just seem to enjoy the game a little bit more than their opponents?
Whether it's because they genuinely enjoy being around one another and have a camaraderie that makes them act like little kids or because they are just winning more than the other guys—or perhaps a combination of both—these are the teams that are just as fun to watch because of their enjoyment as they are for the way they play.
The Bengals turned things around by reaching the playoffs in three of the past four seasons, even winning the difficult AFC North in 2009.
Thanks to their two stints on the NFL's version of reality TV, HBO's Hard Knocks, the team has given fans an inside look at who they are.
Sure, the team may have lost mega personality Chad Ochocinco since the last time they were featured, but by letting the cameras behind the scenes again they show they don't mind having a little fun.
Icelandic club soccer team Stjarnan F.C. might not be as popular as Manchester United, Real Madrid or Bayern Munich, but they might have more fun than all of them combined.
Though the squad's record isn't exactly up to par, they know how to celebrate, as they put on display pretty much any time they put one in the back of the net.
With some of the more creative and choreographed celebrations ever, Stjarnan and the players remind us that it doesn't matter who wins or loses, just as long as you have fun.
There were a couple other teams vying for a spot here, but I found this one to be most entertaining because it was all set up.
As we've seen over the years, there have been some unexpected answers to marriage proposals that happen on the Jumbotrons.
So I like how this team didn't only recognize that, but actually did it themselves.
Pulling a prank like this on fans—and the entire Internet—is enough to make all baseball fans sing "Fake Me Out to The Ballgame" at every Rock Cats game from now on.
The Boston Bruins may have blown a late-game lead in this year's Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final to the Chicago Blackhawks, but the team proved in 2011 when they lifted Lord Stanley's Cup that they really knew how to have some fun.
Racking up an insane $156,000 bill at a nearby Boston bar, the B's partied hard into the night with a rare bottle of Ace of Spades—yes, the champagne that Jay Z often raps about—putting them in some exclusive company.
Any time pictures surface of pro athletes rocking nothing but bare skin at a bar, it's usually an all-out fiesta.
Though it's cooled down a bit during the offseason, the last football season gave us a lot of Packers exposure, didn't it?
There's quarterback Aaron Rodgers' State Farm and Pizza Hut commercials, Clay Matthews III showing up in a few more and, though he left for division rival Minnesota, former wideout Greg Jennings as the face of Old Spice.
Oh, and don't forget about the photobombing that Rodgers does before every game.
This all comes on the heels of their Super Bowl in 2011, so here's a quick note to all teams—if you want to have more fun, start winning the big games.
With a nickname like Lob City thanks to all the monster dunks they have, the Los Angeles Clippers have to be known as fun, right?
Known as one of the most inept franchises in sports for so long—and playing in the shadows of the big brother Lakers—the Clips have finally identified themselves as the better of the two teams after back-to-back playoff appearances, which included a Pacific Division title in 2013.
The winning is obviously great, but the brand of basketball the Clippers are playing has become one of the most exciting over the past couple seasons.
With a head coach like Pete Carroll—who's one of the biggest pranksters in all of sports—the Seahawks have enjoyed a laid-back atmosphere that has seen them excel on the field.
Some may actually argue that the leash by Carroll—the ultimate players' coach—is a little too loose for his players, as they've had a run of suspensions over the past couple seasons.
Nevertheless, Seattle hasn't faltered on the field, narrowly missing the NFC title game last year. They head into this season as one of the favorites to win the Super Bowl.
Oh yeah, and their fans are nuts, too.
Playing in front of the 12th Man only adds to the fun this team has.
The 2013 Stanley Cup champs' core players are all pretty close in age, with Kane (24), Jonathan Toews (25) and Brandon Saad (20) all playing an integral part in capturing this year's Cup.
With such young talent and the experience it has from two titles in the past four seasons, there's no reason to think they can't have the Cup singing "Sweet Home, Chicago."
I was originally going to put F.C. Barcelona here, but as much fun as the club team from La Liga has, the national team from the same country has even more.
With most of the players growing up playing with or against each other through different soccer academies, these guys are like brothers, knowing nearly everything about one another.
As familiar as they are personally, they've shown that they have more fun on the pitch together, as they've won the last three major soccer tournaments (Euro 2008, World Cup 2010, Euro 2012).
When a team goes to three straight NBA Finals (winning the past two), it generally means that they're doing something right.
With a locker room that combines myriad of personalities, led by the biggest kid on the block, LeBron James, it makes for a pretty fun time—and quite the street cred.