Last year a guy had his 7 year old daughter when we played Dallas (I was in the dream seats, bad overall experience but that is another thread) but he spent the whole game calling our former kicker a "*****, *****, ****, *******, and punk *** mother ****" By the third quarter security and a usher told him to STFU, and he replied with "My daughter hears this at home so it is no big deal"
How to fix it? I really do not know. I will say one thing. Dan Snyder threw one hell of a party for the Dallas game this year. He opened up the parking lots at noon for a 8:15PM game. It would really suck to see drunk jackasses mess that up for those of us who just want to go to a game and drink responsibly and not be total jackasses.
You know, I was loud as hell for the cowboys game, boo'd Allas as much as I could, and still had a civil conversation with the Dallas fans next to me and we had good natured ribbing going on. Now the guy who crapped his pants next to me helped break the ice and he was a easy puching bag, but I really do not think alcohol is the main problem nor will it be the "only" solution. The reality is people can get trashed in 30 minutes if they want to.
If you are around me at a Cowboys game, I am nuts. I have three rules for the Dallas game: Do not sit down, Do not make noise when we are on offense, and boo the **** out of Dallas. Funny, I am able to do all that and still remain civil.
I wish I knew the answer, but the fan in me says go to a zero tolerance policy. You get so **** faced you can not stnad up and want to fight. Fine, you are not allowed to return to the stadium for 1 year. Second offense, 5 years. I do not know how to implenent a system like that....not sure it would even work.
There has to be a better way to do things, and frankly while I do think this issue is a bit overblown (I have been to plenty of games that I enjoyed and there were no fights aound me) it is one that concerns me, especially if I ever have kids that want to attend a game