word? I'm a get tickets as well if they are that cheap. I'll see you there
Browns fans think their fanbase should be number one just because the team sucks
"Oh look at me. I'm Pubes from DC yet I love the Cowboys". You pathetic piece of puke, shut the hell up!
Got Cheeve? said:
The stadium gonna cheer cuz AP ran it in for a TD? So most people in the stadium are gonna have AP on their fantasy team? We gonna act like fans that scoreboard watch of opposing teams don't do the same thing either? Each example you got has plenty holes man. When it comes down to it, he's making the stadium experience more fan friendly. That's all it is. NFL teams league wide are battling to get fans to stop watching the games at home and instead come to the stadium due to things like Sunday Ticket, RedZone, surround sound, huge TVs, etc. It's a legit concern for lots of teams to compete with the home experience of watching the NFL. That's all that is about. So how do you combat that if you're a team that doesn't have a long history or a season tickets waiting list? You get free WiFi in the stadium (jags did that last year), you build new huge scoreboards that top even Dallas' and Houston's. You stick the RedZone channel on the corner of one of the screens. You match what the home experience brings you added with the live version. It makes it more attractive. That's smart business.
How do you combat that? You get a better product on the field. They did it in the 90's and early 2000's, did they not? They have one of the best RB's in the league with MJD, do they not? You want to bring fans of the team to the stadium, you put a product that they will love and respect on the field. When you start televising other games at your home field your no longer catering to loyal fans. It may be a added bonus for them, but at the end of the day its for people who just enjoy the game, not the team. And no one goes to the game to check the score board for other games. Back in the day, you used the paper for that. Now, the internet. You spend 50+ bucks on tickets to check other games you completely lost. Yeah, having the Red Zone is a smart business move, but its really not for die hard fans.