Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by JosiahLee, Oct 28, 2020.
If you don't get Miami it picks up from the list where it left off so you'd probably get Buffalo.
I always laugh when people try to imply there were only a few thousand fans at any of those games.
For regular season games from 1988 through 2002, the average home game attendance for Cards games was just under 48,000.
Seems like each year there were some games just above 25k that were balanced out with a 70k plus crowd or two.
At one point though, the NFL started counting tickets sold, not butts in seats. In New York there were many years with just a handful of fans in stands because they were so awful, but games were technically sellouts and shown on local TV.
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Well, I, for one, was at all of the games I am referencing.
Ah. Reread the notice. Tickets for both games will be offered. When it is your turn, you must choose. So technically, Buffalo could sell out before Miami.
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Should be at least 17,000 allowed.
Good luck to all
What a joke.
At least. This is crazy.
You remember that game where the upper deck was mostly empty except for a young couple on the visitor’s side getting promiscuous??? Made the Jumbotron if I recall
We were too...good times in the north end zone.
this is based on your wealth of knowledge as a public safety official, I assume?
I remember being at that game lol...She was just sitting in his lap bouncing up and down lol
Right?? Was hilarious
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