I must agree with hostile..I hate when people throw around terms like "logical" and "irrational" with regard to opinions over football matters. To be sure some people argue with a lack of sound reasoning and at times may utilize faulty logic. Yet claims of having "objective" opinions is simply moronic because opinions are subjective by nature.
Fans often argue perspectives out of frustration and not by sheer logic...look at the content of the board 8 months ago and look at the board now. Circumstances and change often shape opinions and responses of fans as they rightly should...but none of us are always logical and consistent if we are honest. Appeals to "objectivity" because your opinions are self-verified as being true does nothing to in concrete reality 'objectify" your opinions.
I do believe everyone has a right to their opinion and to some extent because we have an opinion and some type of reasons for them then we automatically think contradictory opinions are wrong. There is nothing wrong with that but one still must respect anothers right to be wrong in our on eyes because perhaps under further analysis...it was not them who were wrong all along. I disagree with the extremes on both sides, those who think we must adopt every other opinion as equally true with our own and those who think only their opinion is true with an arrogant attitude.
Just so we know...logic is a tool to validate or invalidate arguments and arguments are not true or false...propositions/premises/conclusions are..and the wise logician understands the tools of the trade and the proper execution as such in light of what he/she is after...hopefully the truth and corresponding sound reasoning. But sometimes other factors skew the path to the truth and we may find ourselves holding a false proposition and invalid argument or other variables as mixture. Point is it may be wise to listen and exchange before we tear down anothers perspective..they could assist us when we need it most.