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(SeattlePI)   Seattle Seahawks to fans: "Hey thanks for supporting us on our Super Bowl run. Oh yeah, have fun with the 12% ticket price increase this year, mmmmmmkay?"   (blog.seattlepi.com) divider line 56
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2014-03-16 11:58:03 AM  

Mark Ratner: Fade2black: Mark Ratner: Part of the additional revenue will be used to upgrade the sound system that pumps out the fake crowd noise.

It's ok, forty whiner fan.  Maybe Kaepernick will learn to silent count this year.  He'll need it, because he'll be passing lots with your defense fleeing for the $$$.

Hahahaha...not a 49er fan. Do you know how to click on a user name, and see where they might be from, if they tell the truth? Sadly enough, I'm a Rams fan, but I've heard more than a few rumors that they enhance the crowd noise. I have to grudgingly admit that I really like Russell Wilson....impossible not to, when you see the way he is in interviews and what not. A class act all the way. Richard Sherman, on the other hand, I don't care for, but he knows what he's doing.


I'm sure they pumped noise into the Super Bowl too, right.
 
2014-03-16 12:20:53 PM  

stappawho: Mark Ratner: Fade2black: Mark Ratner: Part of the additional revenue will be used to upgrade the sound system that pumps out the fake crowd noise.

It's ok, forty whiner fan.  Maybe Kaepernick will learn to silent count this year.  He'll need it, because he'll be passing lots with your defense fleeing for the $$$.

Hahahaha...not a 49er fan. Do you know how to click on a user name, and see where they might be from, if they tell the truth? Sadly enough, I'm a Rams fan, but I've heard more than a few rumors that they enhance the crowd noise. I have to grudgingly admit that I really like Russell Wilson....impossible not to, when you see the way he is in interviews and what not. A class act all the way. Richard Sherman, on the other hand, I don't care for, but he knows what he's doing.

I'm sure they pumped noise into the Super Bowl too, right.


That's how loud and insidious the Seahawks speaker noise is.  It's like a ventriloquist throwing his voice, they can broadcast that shiat anywhere.
 
2014-03-16 02:40:50 PM  

Summoner101: That's how loud and insidious the Seahawks speaker noise is. It's like a ventriloquist throwing his voice, they can broadcast that shiat anywhere.



Lulz.


TheCheese: The 'Hawks sure are giving the fans the middle finger after winning the Game Which Cannot Be Named.

On one hand you have the 12% ticket price increase, and on the other you have a likelihood that they won't even get to the playoffs next year because of all the players that they've traded away since the end of the season.



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2014-03-16 03:02:01 PM  

Ishkur: There is an ebb and flow that comes with every team's success, and as a fan you have to decide whether the team is worth that financial level of involvement. When they win, you're happy so you don't mind the expense, but when they lose, there's a bright side to it: You get to save some money.

Works pretty well.


I find it difficult to conjure an example of good fans boycotting their team until the owners changed their tune.
 
2014-03-16 06:07:05 PM  

Di Atribe: I find it difficult to conjure an example of good fans boycotting their team until the owners changed their tune.


Don't boycott the team. Just boycott paying for failure.
 
2014-03-16 11:19:35 PM  

Di Atribe: Ishkur: There is an ebb and flow that comes with every team's success, and as a fan you have to decide whether the team is worth that financial level of involvement. When they win, you're happy so you don't mind the expense, but when they lose, there's a bright side to it: You get to save some money.

Works pretty well.

I find it difficult to conjure an example of good fans boycotting their team until the owners changed their tune.


I will say that when Dodgers fans stopped going to games in LA, it was partly responsible for McCourt's exit. He was operating at such thin margains that any revenue stream drying up was bad.

That said, with the crazy national tv money, revenue sharing, and the salary cap I would guess that a team could theoretically play to an empty stadium and turn a small profit in the NFL.

(in other words, the McCourt thing is apples to oranges)
 
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