Through good times and bad, through sunshine and snow storms, they are deeply committed to their team.
Green Bay Packers' fan Bea Froelich and her two kids are three such fans, who came out to the legendary Lambeau Field despite the wet and blustery weather.
Some might see it as an obsessive devotion to the Packers, but Froelich, challenged CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds to "come back when it's ten below."
For 25 years Froelich's father Earl played trombone in the Packers' marching band -- the first in the NFL.
At eight years old, Froelich was parking cars at the Packers games, and she's been to every home game ever since -- except one time her boss insisted she attend a work seminar.
But she let him know that wasn't okay.
Through two heart attacks and five stents, she's been here week after week. Froelich was at the Ice Bowl in 1967, when the game-time temperature was 13-below. And in 2010, when her husband died on a Friday, she buried him on Saturday and went to the Packers Game on Sunday.
It helped her cope, she said.
Patricia Shong would have been at the rally at Patriot Place to FREE TOM BRADY. She was busy discussing things with St. Peter at the pearly gates.
Paul Murphy is a freelance writer from New Hampshire. .