How does Houston measure up, in terms of passionate fans, against the remainder of the NFL? I spent 30 years in Pittsburgh, family has been season ticket holders for over 35 years, missed 5 games in all my years in pittsburgh, rain, sleet, snow, or hail. Texan fan since the beginning of the franchise, original season ticket holder, flew to home games, ventured alone to away games in hostile, crowds. But, no matter where I have gone, I'm still trying to figue out.....Are our fans passionate or do they just really like football and tailgating? In philly, there still booing Donanvan McNabb, In Baltimore, Elway still cant go into the town, unless having security? In Oakland, good luck being a opposing fan. Pittsburgh STILL BOOS the Rooney's when Dan Marino, University of Pittsburgh, is mentioned (so Vince Young supporters I understand)I know we have the best stadium and great tailgating, but so many opposing fans mention that it's easy to come here, watch a game and easy for the opposing team also. Many say we have a sweet family atmosphere. I had 5 family and friends come to the Pittsburgh game last season, insult our fans the entire game and nothing was mentioned to them. I did that in Pittsburgh, and almost go into 5 fights, but my section knew me for years, and they stood up for me. What do you really think of our fans? What can we do to change the atmosphere to being more intimidating, thus rubbing off on the team?