The Washington Redskins were among the NFL‘s top young teams in 2012, and the support they received from their fans was second to none. Robert Griffin III revitalized the organization and proved that he could translate his college production and success to the NFL.
Some fans take their love for favorite teams to extremes by go to games in crazy garbs, showing up hours before the game to take in the atmosphere … or they could do what this awesome Redskins fan did by caring for his front yard in a way that shows his pride in the team.
The picture was posted by the fan, and you can see that the front yard took time and extra care to produce. This could be one of the coolest acts of fan pride in the history of the NFL.
Look at the specificity of each curve and crevice of the logo, as well as the perfect color template used to make this actually look like a logo on paper. This couldn’t have been an easy thing to do, and I’m sure it took weeks of work to make it look even remotely like it does now.
This fan deserves free season tickets or locker room passes or, heck, why not a field pass for every game for his undeniable support for his favorite team? It’s not too often you see someone work so hard to show the world who the object of their support is.