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    Default Twitter Roasts Los Angeles Rams' Awful Attendance In NFL Opener

    Twitter Roasts Los Angeles Rams' Awful Attendance In NFL Opener

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/twitter-r...104405586.html
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    It’s not enjoyable to watch a professional QB play like that, at all, I have permanent chronic muscle damage from rolling my eyes after Tebow “won” the game after being literally the worst player on the field week after week. I still get headaches.

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    Told you nobody cares about the Rams.
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    No one cares, but Shane.

    60k + seats sold. That would fill most stadiums.

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    they sold 60,000+ tickets... this article is hot garbage.


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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
    they sold 60,000+ tickets... this article is hot garbage.
    That stadium always looks "empty" because it holds 100k+. Once the new one opens up, it'll be a different story.

    Then again, Shane posted the article, so....

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    Quote Originally Posted by weazel View Post
    they sold 60,000+ tickets... this article is hot garbage.
    Entire country is laughing at LA.

    And here you are.

    Wrong as ever.

    No wonder you keep asking me to post this somewhere else.


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    USC doesn't sell the place out either. It's massive. I'm sure a lot of people have tickets to secure seats in the new stadium when it's built too.
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    I hated that stadium even when it was packed.

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    anyone who thinks those pics are of 60,000 is legitimately blind as a bat



    Los Angeles is still struggling to attract football fans as the Rams played their season-opener in a half-empty stadium
    Tyler Lauletta,Business Insider 3 hours ago



    (AP Photo/Alex Gallardo)
    The Los Angeles Rams won their home debut on Sunday, absolutely thrashing the Scott Tolzien-led Indianapolis Colts by a score of 46-9.
    It was a big day for the Rams, kicking off just their second season in Los Angeles and providing new head coach Sean McVay with the first win of his career. Unfortunately, hardly anyone was around to see it.
    The Rams are currently playing their home games in the Los Angeles Coliseum while their own home stadium is built nearby in Inglewood. The Coliseum is home of the USC Trojans, a storied arena that has a listed capacity of 93,607. On Sunday, by some accounts, the stadium was not even a 30% full.

    Shots from around the stadium seemed to back up that estimate. Although the Rams reportedly listed the number of "distributed" tickets at 60,000, images from the game made it clear that a good amount of those tickets never made it through the front gate.



    The images are even more abysmal when you consider that the previous night's game between the USC Trojans and Stanford Cardinals brought over 77,000 people to the Coliseum. With such an established fan base for the local college team, the apparent disinterest in professional football from the greater Los Angeles area should be somewhat troubling to the league, as the NFL has fought in recent years to bring not just the Rams but also the Chargers to the city.
    The Chargers are playing their first season back in Los Angeles this year and had already struggled to bring fans out to their games, finishing dead last in 2016 in their final season in San Diego. Since they are playing the year in a stadium built for soccer with a maximum attendance of just 27,000, they'll have an easier time making their stadium look full. That said, they struggled to draw interest in their preseason debut.
    What's more concerning is the eventual opening of the Rams and Chargers permanent home, the Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park. Scheduled to open in 2020, the stadium will be built to hold 70,000 on a game-to-game basis, and can expand to hold 100,000 for marquee events like the Super Bowl. It promises to be one of the best stadiums in the country, but if the Rams and Chargers can't gin up some interest from football fans in the area, there might be very few people around to enjoy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneFalco View Post
    anyone who thinks those pics are of 60,000 is legitimately blind as a bat
    It doesn't matter how many people were there Shane. It matters how many people paid for seats. Good luck with your Rams tirade on a Broncos site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOtorboat View Post
    It doesn't matter how many people were there Shane. It matters how many people paid for seats. Good luck with your Rams tirade on a Broncos site.
    This is the other team discussion right?

    So people come to this section to discuss other teams?

    Or just bitch at people who post articles of other teams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOtorboat View Post
    It doesn't matter how many people were there Shane. It matters how many people paid for seats. Good luck with your Rams tirade on a Broncos site.
    You are mistaken. Not paid. Distributed. There is a huge difference

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    Shane you are joelesque the way you go on about this. Nobody cares.

    When it comes to the rams, you have nothing to say but you say it too loud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valar Morghulis View Post
    Shane you are joelesque the way you go on about this. Nobody cares.

    When it comes to the rams, you have nothing to say but you say it too loud!
    then why are you posting in the other team discussion section?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShaneFalco View Post
    then why are you posting in the other team discussion section?
    I was hoping it might make you stop with you anti rams rants

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