Scoop on the Coop

Ever been to an NFL game and saw a slightly drunk chick yelling her lungs out at a 300lb linebacker? If she was undeniably adorable, it was probably one of us…

chick-cropped-21Nola Chick a.k.a. The Head Chick a.k.a Shaneika
Chick Pick: Who Dat asked me that crazy question? Dem Saints Baby!
Years as a Fan: That all depends. Can embryos be fans of something?
Chick Bit: Known for rage-ful outbursts, commitment to game day beer drinking, and overall zest for all things black and gold!
Twitter Handle: @chicksndahuddle
mother-hen-and-little-roosterMother Hen, a.k.a. Melissa, Contributing Writer
Chick Pick: Saints…any year, any time. It’s always been the boys in black and gold!
Years as a Fan: Since my daddy sat me on his lap and taught me about the finer points of covering a point spread and how to run a post. (About 5-ish.)
Chick Bit: New Orleans-based archivist and author of Historic Photos of New Orleans (Turner Publishing)

alyssa-headshotBills Chick a.k.a Alyssa, Contributing Writer
Years as a Fan: 21 and counting…I was cheering “Let’s Go Buff-a-lo!” from the womb.
Chick Bit: I’m known for out-cheering any dude, would make a promising wide receiver and am ridiculously in love with Denzel Washington and Chelsea Handler.
Twitter Handle: @lysssie

Bucs Chick, a.k.a. Laine, Contributing Writer
Years as a Fan: About 13. Yes, since the Dungy era. No, I’m not a fair weather!
Chick Bit: I hated football when I was a kid because it always pre-empted Punky Brewster. (Who schedules a kids’ TV show Sunday nights at 7:30?)

snarky eagles chickSnarky Eagles Chick, a.k.a. Elizabeth, Contributing Writer
Years as a Fan: Can I say “since birth”? My earliest football memory is the arrival of Dick Vermeil in Philadelphia. I was 5.
Chick Bit: Are Philly fans as bad as our reputation? Let’s just say this: I’ve never started a bar fight, but I refuse to reveal who finished them.
Twitter Handle: http://twitter.com/ewengel

Lambeau Chick a.k.a. Vanessa, Contributing Writer
Years as a Fan: I’ve been a Packer Backer for about 8 years now….My Uncle introduced me to football and the Packers when I was in high school. I fell in love with both!!
Chick Bit: I’m a recovering yeller. I would yell at my college games and at the TV during Packers games. I’ve lost my voice more times than I would like to admit.

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