Born in Culver City in California, Taran Killam was a Rams fan from a young age. It must have been hard, seeing as how the Rams had been in St. Louis from 1995 to 2015, but now they’re back where they belong.
Just don’t let anybody know that Killam was briefly a Raiders fan – mostly during the time when Bo Jackson played for them, and it’s not like we can blame him. However, now that the Rams have returned home, he’s fully blue and yellow.
Minnesota Vikings: Chris Jericho
Born in the United States and raised in Canada for part of his life, Chris Jericho has a love for all things North. The Vikings hail from the NFC North, so why not? While he hasn't been able to watch his team win the big game (the Vikings are still 0-4 in that category), he's at least been able to watch them field some good teams in the past decade.
They haven't really done anything noteworthy with those teams, but winning the Super Bowl is hard, no matter how many Tom Bradys you have on your team. Has Jericho ever thought of joining the team? At his age...probably not anymore.
New York Giants: LL Cool J
LL Cool J is a rapper, songwriter, record producer, actor, and football fan. That's everything, right? Right. Well, he just so happens to be a big fan of the New York Giants. Since he was born in the state of New York and now tends to spend most of his time in the big city, it's only natural that he'd latch onto one of the three teams from the state.
He's such a big fan that he even released a song with producer and DJ Z-Trip following the Giant's victory in 2012 named “Super Baller.” Making a song about a team is a surefire way to prove you're in it for the long run.
San Francisco 49ers: Jeremy Renner
A member of the Avengers and a talented actor, Jeremy Renner chooses to put his fandom behind one of the classic teams: the 49ers from California. Renner was born in Modesto, California, and he spent most of his life there up until graduating college, even attending Modesto Junior College.
Modesto isn't far at all from San Fran, so Renner is simply rooting for his hometown option. He's been to plenty of games, and he even narrated one episode of the NFL Network documentary series “The Timeline.”
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Hulk Hogan
Perhaps the most well-known and historic professional wrestler the world has ever seen comes from down south in Florida, but Hulk Hogan still had a couple of options to choose from. He could have gone with the Dolphins or the Jags, but Hogan is actually from the Tampa Bay area, which means his allegiance was to the red and pewter.
While we're sure he's made some trips onto the field, in this picture he's content to have some fun in the stands with the Bucc's mascot, Captain Fear. We bet that guy is glad he's in a big fuzzy suit after being manhandled in such a way.