Sold Out Stadium

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Parking Lot B, Sep 19, 2017.

  1. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    There are a ton of Seahawks fans in Nashville. I guess because they went to the Super Bowl recently. Plus they have a newish uniform. So a lot of female fans became fans through that combination.

    They flood sports bars on Sundays.
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  2. 10ACTyrant

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    I mean, the stadium was full on opening day. And there were noticeably fewer Raiders fans than in the past. Not convinced we will be overrun.
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  3. TheBisco

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    Every game I am surrounded by opposing fans no matter who we play. My PSL seems to be the only one in the entire section that was not sold to the out of state ticket broker vultures.
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  4. 10ACTyrant

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    Hmm... that sucks. there were plenty of raiders fans around us, but compared to in the past there were definitely fewer
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  5. TT4L1

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    I agree, there were noticeably fewer Raider fans this year than in past years. Surprising, especially for a fan base that travels as well as the Raiders. Happy to be seeing the stadium full on a consistent basis again.
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  6. RTH

    RTH Meh...

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    The radio broadcast NEEDS to move their ambient noise microphone(s). There were Raider fans cheering constantly... sounded like they were sitting next to Mike Keith, at times.
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  7. Parking Lot B

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    (Atlanta, etc. are all "really vibrant cities with excellent city planning and vision for the future", moreso than Nashville. )

    Atlanta is a joke, you can't crawl around Atlanta at 2:00 a.m. in the morning due to the lack of planning, and lack of vision. Try to catch a game and you will pull your hair out as you sit on the expressway for 5 hours.
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  8. abc2330

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    Nashville is a fraction of the size and has similar problems. If it were to ever grow that large, it would be a much bigger disaster.
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  9. Riverman

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    The downtown area around Bridgestone is booming. Of course, by excellent planning- I mean now. Not 30 years ago, so the infrastructure development and public transit options are limited.
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  10. Parking Lot B

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    I don't disagree at all about Nashville, but I think you saying that Atlanta is a vibrant city with great planning and vision is far from the truth. Atlanta didn't plan anything and that's why it's total gridlock there and Nashville is next.
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