Discussion in 'Sports Bar' started by Evangelion, Jun 5, 2014.
Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter
I like how this thread turned into JJ Watt nut hugging.
Definitely back fired on TS.
Yeah we are so fucked it is unbelievable.
Well at least the Rams will be in L.A. in a couple of years and we won't have to worry about Football in St. Louis ever again
As if people in LA even watch sports.
I could say the same about St. Louis
You couldn't give tickets away in that shithole of a town
People will go to games if the Rams were good and the Cardinals didn't exist. Hell I think the Blues are starting to fuck with the Rams sales now that they are good.
I would just like to know if he still thinks Greg Robinson being benched is a sign of how awesome the Stl O-Line is.
That O-Line has already gotten two QBs killed and we haven't even started Week 2 yet.
The St. Louis Rams are following the example created in the movie Major League perfectly.
Only there will be no dramatic turn around at the end of this. Only moving trucks.
You getting banned doesn't surprise me. 1/2 of all plats are cans
I really wish the Packers came to St. Louis more. I was looking for tickets to Lambeau on Stub Hub and the cheapest were $105 and the most expensive were $200. And then I looked at the Rams' tickets. ALL of their home games, except for one against the Broncos, were priced between $12 and $29.
It would cost $12 for a ticket to the Raiders vs. the Rams.
Catch a cab
EDJ wasn't a good stadium when I lived there 10 years ago, don't know what it would look like now
Those ticket prices are unbelievable. People still complain about prices.
The Blues have the same problem with ticket sales but they actually have a good team. Hockey tickets in STL are some of the cheapest in the NHL but they can't sell out that place with a top five team.
However, football is football and the dome would sell out if they have a decent product on the field. You couldn't get a seat 99-03.
Baseball is the only viable pro sports team in that town.
No idea what youre saying here.
I just went there last month. I don't understand what's so bad about it. The facilities are all clean and look new. If I didn't hear from others complaining the opposite, I'd be perfectly fine believing it's a high-end stadium.
I really don't get it. I get that being mediocre for extended periods can wear on people, but it's a hell of a lot better than not having a team at all. Hell, they just built a new bridge with a contributing purpose of making attending games more convenient.
I completely understand the city/taxpayer not wanting to fund Kronke's demands for a new stadium: they've already given him plenty of cash and the taxes disproportionately affect poor city blacks anyways. But the lack of attendance is inexcusable. As of 2012, their attendance is the 5th lowest in the league (after Oakland, Tampa, San Diego, and Miami). Can't let that happen.
But, for that matter, why aren't San Diego and, especially, Tampa being constantly targeted for relocation? Those markets deserve teams way less.
$12 tickets to see the Raiders in STL, bruh.
Game of the year.
$12 nfl game? Holy shit I didn't know the Stl Cans were doing that badly
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