Well, it is that time of year again, the time of year where one can dress up like a fool or a freak and be given the tools be a participant in the game we love. Bad teams, good teams — it does not matter. Here, one can display their creativity to rise above the simple world of spectator to spectacle. Fireman Ed is just another face in the crowd on this day while the fan with the most flare is the leader among the season.
Using your head takes on a whole different meaning when it comes to cheering on your favorite team. For these fans, it means decorating the noggin to make an impression.
Whether it is the sweetness of victory or the depression of defeat, these fans showed there emotions with some interesting ensembles and general crazed passion.
This Dolphin fan wears his team on his sleeve — literally. Pom-poms and freaky face paint, along with a stuffed jersey makes this fan look almost like a player — in his own fantasy world.
Likely this image would scare most Indian chiefs (and many altar boys) as this leader of the mass shows up to bless the team he loves with child in tow.
Man meets bird with this freaky cat-caller. The disproportionate beak says cheap to some but to others is just says bizarre. The helmet and cape certainly add to this crusader.
Ever wonder how Vince Young recovered from his "mental break" from the NFL? This fan clues you in with his demonstration of what every fan who has experienced an up and down franchise — the Titan lobotomy.
This dog has a pound or three from a well fed kennel. Browns' fans will be happy to come home to cheer as Halloween welcomes the re-emerging Cleveland franchise.
This decked out, velvet, full neck-wear, Ravens' pimp is making his mark known with the multi-hued face of a fantastic fan.
Crossing the cheerleader pom-pom hair with a hollowed out watermelon does not exactly say Rams — unless one literally paints "RAMS" on the oval head shaped fruit.
Patriots fans have an interesting way of showing their loyalty to Tom Brady and the Coach Belichick. Wearing their underwear on the outside says New England will never quite be the same.
This Jaguar looks more like the thing, coming out of the swamp to cheer on his team. Maybe going back would be better.
This old cowboy must have spent every last nickle to come to the stadium a mile above sea-level or may have drank too much and forgot where he put his cloths. Either way, Mr. Bronco is a disgusting sight to see as he nakedly runs up and down the aisles.
These fans bring a whole new meaning to meat packers and cheese plates. Something tells me that someone's tailgate party was missing a sausage or two.
This Steely eyed Steelers' fan makes any fan wonder what this one looks like with the paint off.
From Green Bay to Detroit these two fans channeled a whole new level of wearing their favorite player on their head.
This Tampa Bay fan is showing his devilish imitation of KISS making Gene Simmons proud.
This Jamaican-inspired Colts fan channeled the Smurfs and Charlie and Chocolate factory (remember Violet Beauregarde?)
This Raider fan has had plenty to put that scowl on his face. Welcome the spikes but the Raiders are still the Raiders.
Drew Brees may need to borrow this fans costume if 2010 continues as is. This fan shows his flair with the full suite of armor for a franchise that — up until 2009 — need to run for cover.
Lets hope this champion of the Norse legend wore deodorant (though the sides seem eerily cleared in this picture). Goldilocks wants her hair back though....
Looks like Jerry Jones was visiting the stands this day or the new gear that would have protected Romo's clavicle was being displayed by this fan.
Is that Jared Allen or Hulk Hogan? Looks like a fan to me, displaying his wild-eyed act.
The Raven in black is a sight to see. This one will scare away anything and make light seem bright with the dark day ensemble.
This Seahawks' bones are picked clean with the crazed sense of suggestion spreading across this fans face.
Werewolfs and Jokers are needed to bring the entertainment value to Oakland and inspire the raider faithful. Teen Wolf returns to play again while the Joker comes in a more passive form.
WOW! Thats so green I got toxic paint in my system just from looking at this guy! Eagles faithful can be proud of this green goblin.
Looks like a real head with the worn out skin of the Saints faithful to scare all.