17 pets who are ready for some football
Cupid, San Francisco 49ers
Cupid the Pomeranian is still getting over the 49ers loss to the Ravens in last year’s Super Bowl. He blames the power outage in the Superdome. But the hope of a new season is quickly helping cure his sorrows. He’s certain that Colin Kaepernick and the boys can bring home that Super Bowl victory.
Dolce, Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks are the only birds this polydactyl feline actually likes. Dolce the Pixiebob will be eagerly watching her favorite team with bated breath in hopes they can make it past the NFC Championships and into the Super Bowl this year.
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Cosmo, Green Bay Packers
Cosmo Kramer, a 7-month-old mixed breed, is a cheesehead at heart. Although he refuses to wear the hat, he's excited to cheer on the Green Bay Packers during his first football season. He's ready to see QB Aaron Rodgers in action and knows his team will have a great year. Go Pack!
Coffee, Baltimore Ravens
Coffee the Cockapoo thinks it's no coincidence that he was born in 2000, the year of the Baltimore Ravens' first-ever Super Bowl win. In addition to his impressive memorabilia collection, Coffee's special game-day outfit includes his purple jersey and four fluffy Ravens booties. He would have applied for Ray Lewis' job, but, unfortunately, he weighs only 14 pounds and lacks opposable thumbs. Ravens Nation, baby!
Cashmere, Chicago Bears
Are you ready for some cuteness? Meet Cashmere — also known as Cashi-bear — the Cocker Spaniel. This Bears fan will sack any quarterback for a treat.
Bea, New Orleans Saints
Black and gold, through and through, Bea the Pomeranian was born to be a Saints fan. The Saintsation cheerleader is always ready to break out into a spirited cheer and carries her pom-poms with her wherever she goes. Who dat?
Cooper, Denver Broncos
Peyton Manning, watch out! Cooper the Westie is gunning for your job. You may have the arm, but he has the cuteness.
Chip and Jackson, New England Patriots
Chip the chocolate Lab and his buddy Jackson the yellow Lab puppy are huge Pats fans and have their fingers — er, paws — crossed that Rob Gronkowski will make a full recovery from his knee injury. Their fantasy football roster depends on it!
Luna, Dallas Cowboys
Luna the 10-year-old Chihuahua-Rat Terrier mix retired from the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders years ago, but when it's time to rally for "America's Team," she pulls on her white cowboy boots and gets everyone cheering.
Baby, Washington Redskins
Baby the Pit Bull is ready to crush the Eagles this year! Thank goodness RG3 will be back in the game to make it happen. Hail to the Redskins!