Is the fans and how everyone embraces the spirit of celebration. Just as much as music and revelry is a part of New Orleans it surrounds the Saints team in a way I don't see with other teams. It's refreshing and makes me proud.
In Dallas at the new stadium they have zoned off tailgating to one little area. JJ and the city of Arlington don't want to deal with the belligerents. I love that a stage was integrated into Dome and the Dome is a main contender for the loudest to play in. I think part of it is that the Saints have never been the best (obviously) so all that extra stuff that comes along with being a winning franchise has been stripped away and what exists is pure unconditional love. Add winning to that and it's on a whole other level.
I found this post over on Stampede Blue - they mention the Patriot's Brady and Welker saying they wished the fans would act like a 12th man and then a Colt's fan talks about how it was significantly louder during the Colts/Texans game and while he respected it he didn't like it. Really?