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Ranking the Teams You Hate (All Sports)

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2. New York Yankees

3. UNC Tar Heels basketball

4. Pittsburgh Steelers

5. Manchester United

 

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1. New York Yankees (somehow pulls money out of their ass to sign players. Also, A-Rod)

2. Dallas Cowboys (I'm a Redskins fan... Romo, Jerry Jones, Dez Bryant, the list goes... I hate all of them... Jason Witten is the lone exception)

3. Pittsburgh Steelers (The whole team and the fans... especially the fans. Can't stand them)

4. Duke Basketball (years of victimizing Maryland basketball)

5. Boston Red Sox (see Yankees, but replace A-Rod with David Ortiz)

6. Ohio State Football (THE FANS. DEAR LORD THE FANS)

7. Alabama Football (tired of them being seen as the standard of college football)

8. UNC Basketball (sort of a combination of the fans and victimizing Maryland basketball, yet I don't hate them as much as I should)

 

EDIT: Whoops, forgot the Patriots... Cowboys become 2A. Patriots are 2B. Can't stand the entire team, coach, or fans.

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1.) San Francisco Giants 

2.) Boston Celtics 

 

 

3.) New England Patriots (Result of me growing up a Colts fan before the rams return)

4.) St. Louis Cardinals 

5.) Oakland Raiders (fans)

6.) San Francisco 49ers (more a hatred for Kap than the team but I'd imagine that now I'm a Rams fan it will grow into more a hatred of the team) 

7.) Golden State Warriors (more a hatred towereds the most overrated player I've seen since A.I. in Curry)

8.) Anaheim Ducks 

9.) Los Angeles Clippers 

10.) Oklahoma City Thunder (They should be in Seattle)

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Honorable mentions

San Antonio Spurs 

San Jose Sharks 

Oakland Athletics 

Seattle Sounders

Seattle Seahawks 

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1. New York Yankees - The epitomy of sports evil.  There's a reason that <insert rich team here> are called the Yankees of <insert rich team's sport here>.

2. New England Patriots - The coach.  The star player(s).  The fans.  The owner.  The arrogance.  The entitlement.  Belichick has been jokingly called The Emperor for years now, but as a dual Star Wars nerd-football fan, the comparisons of the Dark Side to this entire team are uncanny.

3. Manchester United - My hate for this club as a Liverpool fan runs deep.  I'd take losing to Everton any day of the week over losing to Man Utd.  Getting Roberto Firmino this summer over Man Utd was the cause of much rejoicing.

4. Pittsburgh Penguins - As a Capitals fan, my hate for the Penguins is only natural.  Add to that arrogant, entitled Pittsburgh fans and an easily-hateable star and you've got a perfect target for sports vitriol.

5. Pittsburgh Steelers - Some might be surprised to see me, a diehard Ravens fan, drop the Steelers so low.  However, I have a tremendous amount of respect for this franchise, unlike the first four teams on this list.  Don't get me wrong, though, the only things I enjoy more in football than a Steelers loss are a Ravens win and a Patriots loss.

6. Chelsea - A rich club with players that I really hate.  The loss of Jose Mourinho and the impending loss of John Terry will likely see Chelsea drop in these rankings, as they were the pillars of my hate for them.

7. Real Madrid - Arrogant star, super ultra mega rich with an owner who fired his coach this season despite their being third in the league.  IMO the true Yankees of European soccer.

8. New York Rangers - Multiple playoff successes at the expense of the Capitals, plus arrogant New York fans.

9. Boston Red Sox - Entitled, arrogant Boston fans that's super rich.  A strong dislike, although it doesn't even approach the same stratosphere as my hate for the Yankees.

10. Chicago Blackhawks - Too much winning and too many fans getting used to winning.

11. All other AL East teams - O's fan.  Nuff said.

12. Indianapolis Colts - The whole "uproot a storied franchise in a town that absolutely adored them" still stings, despite the fact that I wasn't alive for the team actually moving out.

 

Dishonorable mention:

  • Bayern Munich/PSG
  • Alabama
  • Duke (only b/c I don't really follow college sports)
  • Cincinnati Bengals
  • Dallas Cowboys
  • Boston Bruins
  • Philadelphia Flyers

 

 

Edited by Crabcake47
Switched Steelers and Chelsea and added 7-12 and dishonorable mentions

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The divisional shift in the NFL kinda messed up a few "rivalries", especially in the south. I still have a much more seething hate for the Packers and Vikings, and I even dislike the Lions way more than I ever will the Saints, Falcons, or Panthers. I tried to hop on the Panthers hatewagon back around the time they ran over the Bucs to the division title in 08, but it didn't stick. 

 

I feel like the AFC South is even worse. The Colts are traditionally an "East" team, and the other three teams are still basically brand new. I guess Houston and Tennessee could become big some day, but that would require them to both be simultaneously good, which I think is against the laws of nature or something. 

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Damn, everyone hates my Pats XD

 

Edit: And the Red Sox...

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This is easier for me if I go by sport.

 

College

1-Missouri Tigers

2-Duke Blue Devils

3-Iowa State Cyclones

4-Kentucky Wildcats

 

Football

1-New York Giants

2-Denver Broncos

3-New York Jets

 

Baseball

1-St. Louis Cardinals

2-Detroit Tigers

 

Soccer

1-SS Lazio

2-Juventus FC

3-Los Angeles Galaxy

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3 hours ago, ahowe6464 said:

Damn, everyone hates my Pats XD

 

Edit: And the Red Sox...

 

 

Two big reasons Boston fans in general and ESPN

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1. LA Kings

2. Boston Red Sox

3. UCLA

4. Seattle Seahawks

5. Arsenal

6. St. Louis Cardinals

7. New England Patriots

8. Pittsburgh Steelers

9. Detroit Red Wings

10. New York Giants

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5 hours ago, NJTank said:

 

 

Two big reasons Boston fans in general and ESPN

What about ESPN? They hate the Pats

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Are you kidding me ESPN loves the Pats, they are so gung ho and biased to Boston teams.

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Uh... maybe you don't remember, but ESPN constantly had multiple smear campaigns against the Pats (i.e. Stealing-Opposing-Teams-Playbook-Gate) which they literally had to apologize on-air for because it was completely untrue. I'm also pretty sure they broke the DeflateGate story as well...

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Granted, they post about them all the time, which does get really annoying, even as a Pats fan.

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Smear campaigns?

 

come on They have Teddy Bruschi working for them, Linda Cohen is in love with Tom Brady, John Buchigros has a man crush on him. They obsess over the Patriots every poll they call them the best team ever. They were almost in tears when they lost Super Bowl XLII, they loathe the 1972 Dolphins on that channel. They rank them the most overrated team ever. Rank Dan Marino most over rated QB ever. So anti Miami on ESPN its like a vendetta or something. Chris Berman always picks the Patriots. Why do you think they call it the NESPN

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1. Cincinnati Bengals

 

2. Baltimore Ravens

3. New England Patriots

4. NY Yankees

5. University of Alabama

6. San Diego Chargers ( Philp Rivers in particular)

7. Dallas Cowboys

8. Seattle Seahawks ( Russell Wilson is OK)

9. Team Penske ( NSCS)

10. Toronto Blue Jays

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1. TENNESSEE TITANS: This team's very existence is an abomination to me as a Houstonian. Bud Adams robbed me of the chance to fall in love with the same team my dad and brother did. I detest them over any team on earth today. "One Yard Short" was one the best moments I've had as a sports fan.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Any and all Dallas teams: State rivalry yo. Dallas is our overrated, overexposed brother. Idiot Jerry Jones, D-bag Mark Cuban, crappy Hoops and the disgusting fact that Nolan Ryan is in the HOF as a Ranger instead of an Astro. 

 

 

 

3. Texas A&M Aggies: Screw Kevin Sumlin for walking out on the Cougars before the 2011 C-USA championship game.

 

 

 

4. Texas Longhorns: Screw you UT for infringing on our turf with your dedicated state money and your ego. 

5. Golden State Warriors: CURRY. 
6. L.A. Galaxy: BECKHAM.
7. PACHUCA: The Dynamo's international rival.
8. Arsenal: Go Spurs.
9. New England Patriots: Like everybody else.
10. Mexico National Team
11. Any team Albert Puhols is playing for right now. 

Honorable. ESPN. St. Louis Cardinals.

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New York Yankees

St Louis Cardinals 

San Francisco Giants

Miami Heat

Dallas Cowboys 

Seattle Seahawks 

 

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On February 4, 2016 at 7:53 PM, Bucfan56 said:

I feel like the AFC South is even worse. The Colts are traditionally an "East" team, and the other three teams are still basically brand new. I guess Houston and Tennessee could become big some day, but that would require them to both be simultaneously good, which I think is against the laws of nature or something. 

 

I completely know what you mean as a Colts fan. Maybe this is against the rules of fandom, but I don't really have an ounce of hate towards anyone else within the division. Nothing's just ever really developed or materialized within the division to warrant it. Never had bad blood with Tennessee (plus I always liked McNair as a kid, as well as liking Kevin Dyson because my Stepdad played high school football with him), never had bad blood with Houston, and who could ever seriously hate Jacksonville? I think I exert much more energy towards feeling sorry for that franchise than I ever possibly could towards even entertaining the idea of hating them.

 

So, that all forces my football hatred to be relegated to both what's happened in the playoffs and what's passed down from my parents. The Patriots have done more than a good number whereas the Steelers have done the number on my parents. 

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9 hours ago, Ashes of Astroworld said:

1. TENNESSEE TITANS: This team's very existence is an abomination to me as a Houstonian. Bud Adams robbed me of the chance to fall in love with the same team my dad and brother did. I detest them over any team on earth today. "One Yard Short" was one the best moments I've had as a sports fan.

 

lols wow... after all these years, I never realized how that might've played on Oilers fans watching it.  Love the honesty.

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