The former “One Tree Hill” actor has stood by his team his entire life, even during their seventeen-year playoff drought, which ended just last year. The Bills haven’t had much success lately, but that does mean anybody who remained a fan through the long dark era is sure to be a fan for life.
Murray often expresses his support for the team both at games, wearing their bright primary colors and amping them up on social media. There were plenty of bandwagoners cheering them on, but CMM was one of the originals.
Philadelphia Eagles: The Roots
The Roots are the house band for “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,” which means that even though they work and live in New York City, all of these guys are Philly natives and root for the birds.
Not only do all the members often step out in Eagles gear — and in NYC, that can sometimes be a dangerous prospect — they also performed at the 2018 NFC championship that the Eagles hosted. There's a great video of them all celebrating when the Eagles won the Super Bowl at the end of the 2018 season.
Seattle Seahawks: Chris Pratt
Just when you think you know a guy, you find out he's a fan of the Seahawks, and it ruins everything. The actor behind schlubby Andy Dwyer and Marvel Cinematic Universe hero Star-Lord may have played a dyed-in-the-wool Indianapolis Colts fan, but in real life, he pulls for Seattle.
He not only enjoys their production on the field, but he also appreciates how the players, especially quarterback Russell Wilson, help out the community and support helpful organizations, such as how Wilson visits local hospitals to brighten kids' days after surgeries. There's no denying it — that's something to admire.
Carolina Panthers: Brooklyn Decker
Since she grew up in a suburb of Charlotte, it's no surprise Decker is a big backer of the Panthers. This model and actress has even taken to Twitter to try and recreate flamboyant quarterback Cam Newton's memorable outfits for post-game pressers.
Decker also pulls for the North Carolina Tar Heels, keeping her cheering for her home state. To no one's surprise, this beauty is always ready to pull for her team and has also had the opportunity to model for some of the Panther's women's official apparel. No matter what she's doing, she's always cheering for Carolina, and she's always ready to pounce on someone who has bad things to say about them.
Cleveland Browns: Brad Paisley
The Browns have a strong fanbase, surprisingly. But anybody who has stuck with them through the tough times they've been having recently deserves the title of “Real Fan.” Three-time Grammy-winning country music star Brad Paisley is part of that collection.
He grew up in West Virginia, but he was even a Browns fan back then, dressing up as famous Browns quarterback Brian Sipe more than once for Halloween. He attended the team's training camp in 2018, and no doubt he's thrilled that the team has pulled itself out of the gutter thanks to quarterback Baker Mayfield. Maybe Paisley will be dressing up again this Halloween.