What do you guys think about people wearing an opposing team's jersey to an NFL game? (Note: I mistyped "jersey" in the title as "jerset". Can you imagine what Laimbeer would have done with that? He probably will anyhow) So you guys probably know about the guy who went into a coma recently when attacked outside the Dodger's stadium in Los Angeles after a Dodgers game only because he was wearing a San Francisco Giants jersey. Giants Fan Bryan Stow in Induced Coma as Los Angeles Police Chase Down Numerous Leads Tragic. Nobody deserves that no matter what. But are you inviting trouble when you do that? I just now purchased tickets (I am confident *cough* :fingerscrthere will be a full season) to a Seattle Seahawks game because that is the closest NFL stadium to Boise, Idaho and the Seahawks generally only play the Philadelphia Eagles at home once every six (6) years or so. So this was a great opportunity to take my family to an Eagles game. (My son never let up on me when my wife and I went to see the Eagles play the Lions in Detroit last year and left him at home). I've been talking to Linwood about the city of Seattle and already knew that it was a great place. But is it OK to wear an opposing team's jersey to another stadium? I was going to do it at the Lions game but thought better of it. When I got to the game it seemed like one third of the crowd was wearing Eagles jerseys (jersets) and tailgating and all of that. Everyone seemed to get along famously. Detroiters are great! Well, I did get good naturedly harassed by a security guards a couple of times who joked about not letting me board the plane on my return flight. I suppose it would be fine to wear my Donovan McNabb jersey in Seattle. The teams don't have any bad blood between them to my knowledge.We aren't talking about wearing the wrong jersey to a Philadelphia Eagles or Oakland Raiders game. Those fans have really really bad reputations. But what do you guys think of that in general? Are you inviting (not deserving) trouble? It's not like I plan to be obnoxious, and in fact, I will keep my cheering for the Eagles at a discreet level just like I did at the Lions game. I get irritated with fans doing that myself (Of course, however, I would never do anything to bother them). But, you know, I don't want our time spoiled. It's just not worth it. What do you guys think of opposing jerseys being worn to events in the first place? Anyone ever been to a Seahawks game? Other thoughts?