This was a gem I heard in the morning on EEI yesterday. A caller was saying the Pats fans are spoiled, and Callahan agreed they were "obnoxious". The caller said the only true fans are around were the Bruins fans, and that Patriot fans had a feeling of "entitlement". I'm sorry, but I am so sick of this ridiculous notion that your team has to currently be sucking in order to be a true fan. Factoring the success of the team into how big a fan someone is is the most overblown thing. As recently as with the Celtics struggles the last few years, I can safely say I probably watched 90% of their games - as I always do - and I can say the fact that they were losing did not detract from achieving what is the simplest reason we watch sports: to obtain a few hours of entertainment. It had little to do with anything noble like "supporting the team" or "being a true fan", I like the Celtics, I like basketball, therefore I watch. Now, the Celtics are the best team in the league and some its fan base and are stupidly calling out "bandwagon fans". Yawn. What a tired argument. I hold no grudge against those that chose not to watch the past several seasons. And in terms of "entitlement", gee, perhaps we Patsfans as a fanbase feel an expectation of championship level play because this team has been a major player in deciding the Super Bowl champion in 5 of the last 7 years. Bottom line, this current Brady-Belichick regime is an unordinary pairing, and we as fans of Boston sports may never see such a combination of greatness in any of the major sports again in our lifetime. We need not apologize for that.