I'm making this an NFT because this is a general question. Recently I read that if we were Eagles fans we'd think Jones sucks. And that got me thinking. Fans of other teams (not even rivals) never care about context or nuance. For example, do Giants fans care that Sam Darnold has played on one of the worst teams in the NFL his entire time in the league? No. We'll likely just look at the stats and record and say that he sucks. But fans, while sometimes inappropriately rationalizing a) have a bigger picture watching all games and b) are much more likely to look at nuance and context. I see this with the Rangers and Kaapo Kakko as well. I think sometimes fans are LESS biased. Also, I guarantee you that Giants fans have a lower opinion of Evan "Pro Bowler" Engram than most non-Giants fans. Not only are fans more accurate, they're more honest.