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AmericanCrow

Brownlow Medallist
Jun 17, 2015
13,110
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Phoenix, Arizona
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Cleveland Browns, Indians and Cavs
Do Chargers fans turn up to their matches :D
Chargers are a San Diego team stolen by their owner a couple seasons back

They have no LA fans.

Also shows how meaningless actual fans attending actual games truly is in this day and age.

They play in the smallest venue (around 28,000 I think) in a huge market.

All that matters is television revenue
 

brucetiki

Guest of Her Majesty
Nov 7, 2002
21,863
13,478
Wentworth Detention Ctr
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Adelaide, Centrals
Chargers are a San Diego team stolen by their owner a couple seasons back

They have no LA fans.

Also shows how meaningless actual fans attending actual games truly is in this day and age.

They play in the smallest venue (around 28,000 I think) in a huge market.

All that matters is television revenue
Ah yes, the #fu**youspanos movement :D
 

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birdflu

Senior List
Jul 2, 2016
159
248
montreal, quebec, canada
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Orioles, Ravens, CBJ, NYK
Before this week, the Ravens' next seven opponents (Seahawks, Patriots, Bengals, Texans, Rams, Niners, Bills) were a combined 27-13, and six of those losses came from the Bengals, and another three were the Rams, who made the Super Bowl last year. Beating the Seahawks in Seattle (only the second two-score home loss of Russell Wilson's career!) is a great start, but that's still a brutal stretch ahead. I'll be happy with 4-3 (3-3 over the next six weeks). Any better than that and Lamar should start prepping his MVP speech.
 

AmericanCrow

Brownlow Medallist
Jun 17, 2015
13,110
20,024
Phoenix, Arizona
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Cleveland Browns, Indians and Cavs
Before this week, the Ravens' next seven opponents (Seahawks, Patriots, Bengals, Texans, Rams, Niners, Bills) were a combined 27-13, and six of those losses came from the Bengals, and another three were the Rams, who made the Super Bowl last year. Beating the Seahawks in Seattle (only the second two-score home loss of Russell Wilson's career!) is a great start, but that's still a brutal stretch ahead. I'll be happy with 4-3 (3-3 over the next six weeks). Any better than that and Lamar should start prepping his MVP speech.
Boooooooooo
 

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