I understand this focus on United. I'm a Blade and I ALWAYS look at Wednesday's result first after United's. We are revivals. We argue about who are the top team in Sheffield: Sometimes it's Wednesday, sometimes it's United. It's not a nice thing to admit, but we always want the other Sheffield team to lose - with possible exceptions like when they're playing Leeds ('cus no real Sheffielder wishes Leeds FC anything other than relegation & bankruptcy).
I've supported United since the 1970s. When I started going to the Lane then we were in a golden period. Tony Currie and all that. Wednesday have had your periods of glory since. We can argue till the 'cows come home' about who has been the biggest team over the last few decades. I will certainly concede our LONG period in League One was very dispiriting, whilst you got to the Championship sooner. When you got promoted out of League One first at our expense that was an EXTREMELY painful moment; not just to miss out on promotion, but to miss out to Wednesday. I'm sure you'll get that.
These folk on Owlstalk (or S24SU) who say they are above looking at 'the pigs' (whoever they are!) I think are a bit unusual. Supporting a team means wanting our rivals to lose. This is not Disney. We don't all win. I want United to win & get promoted. I also want you to lose.
Finally I'd add that those so-called supporters (or either team) who think violence is a natural part of football are dinosaurs. I don't want a single Wednesday supporter physically hurt. But relegated? Sure!