Baltimore 1st NFL Team City to use "Beat Dat Nation!" Chant & Win
The City of Baltimore and its Raven fans were handed out "Beat Dat Nation!" mini-posters yesterday afternoon prior to the New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens game at M & T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD.
New Orleans Saints fans came out in large numbers to see the game and were chanting entering the stadium "Who Dat, Who Dat, Who Dat."
Raven fans were eager to respond took the "Beat Dat Nation!" mini-posters and raised them and said back "Beat Dat Nation!, Beat Dat Nation!, Beat Dat Nation!, not in our house."
"Beat Dat Nation!" Sunday was in full effect in Baltimore and everyone in attendance and watching at home was ready for an epic showdown between two teams that will playing in the playoffs come January 2011.
The game was intense, hard hitting, and had that January playoff-like feel. The Ravens would hold on and win 30-24. Both teams realized that they could meet each other in February in Dallas.
Baltimore ended the Saints 6-game win streak but may have started something that may become a part of the NFL culture.
"The "Beat Dat Nation!" chant may follow the Saints to every other stadium they visit. Its one of those things that picks up steam and has a life of its own", says Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic Sports Marketing.
Beat LA started 28-years ago in Boston and is alive and well with the Celtics and Lakers battling each other again for NBA Championships.
Next up for the Saints is a trip to Atlanta vs. the Falcons who have the best record in the NFC at 12-2. Atlanta is riding an 8-game win streak after going to Seattle and defeating the Seahawks 34-18.
New Orleans lost at home to Atlanta earlier this season 27-24 (9/26/10/).Will the Falcons be sending the Saints a message that there is a new chief a top the NFC South while its fans chant "Beat Dat Nation!, Beat Dat Nation!, Beat Dat Nation! and also cement the best record in the conference and home-field advantage all the way to the Super Bowl.
"Beat Dat Nation!" ATL Style in Atlanta starts now!
For more information on the "Beat Dat Nation!" rally chant please contact Derrick E. Vaughan of Dunkadelic Sports Marketing at 443-851-5244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.