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    America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?


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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Whodey, whodey, whodey think gonna beat our road attendance?!!?

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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    So more fans will come out to see what they think is a "sure-win" against the lowly Bengals.

    Impressive.
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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie-a-go-go
    So more fans will come out to see what they think is a "sure-win" against the lowly Bengals.

    Impressive.
    Won't those same fans be oh so surprised when they come to a game expecting a sure win this season.

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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaycint
    Won't those same fans be oh so surprised when they come to a game expecting a sure win this season.
    Damn straight.
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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/attend...otal&year=2004

    Looks like they get more fans on the road than at home. Number 20 at home?

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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Quote Originally Posted by RedBloodedAmerican
    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/attend...otal&year=2004

    Looks like they get more fans on the road than at home. Number 20 at home?
    They're limited by stadium size. They sold out every game last year. When your stadium only sits 65,000 and another team can fit 75,000, you'll lose out in the attendance game.

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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Well my brother-in-law and I will be part of the away attendance on Sunday. I have heard of quiet a few people coming up for the game as well.
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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    It's cuz the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders have slipped in looks in recent years, and the Ben-Gals got freakin' HOT.

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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
    It's cuz the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders have slipped in looks in recent years, and the Ben-Gals got freakin' HOT.

    Or so I'm told.
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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Quote Originally Posted by OldRightHander
    The older you get, the younger they look. It's getting bad when you can look at a cheerleader and say to yourself, "I'll bet she was born when I was in high school."
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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie-a-go-go
    So more fans will come out to see what they think is a "sure-win" against the lowly Bengals.

    Impressive.
    Well, then, using that logic, fans of other teams came out to see what they thought were sure wins when Pittsburgh, Dallas, Atlanta, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New England came to their cities, right?


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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    @Wash -- 87k sell out most likely (109% capacity for the year if I read that right)
    @NYJ -- 77k sell out probably (98.9% capacity for the year)
    @Cleve -- 73k Sell out most likely (101% capacity for the year)

    Helped their averages somewhat.

    Only Pitt. and NYJ were below the 100% capacity number for the season on the Bengals road schedule.
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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Quote Originally Posted by macro
    Well, then, using that logic, fans of other teams came out to see what they thought were sure wins when Pittsburgh, Dallas, Atlanta, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New England came to their cities, right?

    Nowhere did I claim that I was being logical.
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    Re: America's Team: Which team led the NFL in road attendance in 2004?

    Quote Originally Posted by ochre
    @Wash -- 87k sell out most likely (109% capacity for the year if I read that right)
    @NYJ -- 77k sell out probably (98.9% capacity for the year)
    @Cleve -- 73k Sell out most likely (101% capacity for the year)

    Helped their averages somewhat.

    Only Pitt. and NYJ were below the 100% capacity number for the season on the Bengals road schedule.
    Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh......you're giving away the secret, ochre. My claim is that the Bengals are now America's Team. Don't mess things up with facts.

    zombie: point well taken

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