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  • #46
    The look on Sherman's face was pretty funny.

    He does kind of get on my nerves, however in thinking about it it's hard for him to get to me too much, because it seems like he's just trying hard to get under peoples' skin for attention, and maybe doesn't even believe a lot of what he says, so I probably shouldn't take it too seriously. After the SFO-SEA NFCC game, he acts like Kaep was somehow disrespecting him by trying to complete a pass his way, then after the GB game in week 1 he talks about how he's bored because no one will target him.

    If he truly thinks that way, it would seem he's one of those 'addicted to conflict' type of guys, lol. If you throw his way, he's upset because you don't respect him enough, if you don't throw his way he gets upset because no one's throwing at him and he's bored lol. I suppose some people do seemingly find a way for there to be a conflict.

    It's like a father who will try to find a way to have a problem with his daughter's boyfriend regardless of what he does or how he is. He may not treat the guy very well, if the guy doesn't stand up to him he'll say he's cowardly, if the guy does stand up to him he'll say he's disrespectful. He's looking for a way to not like him, and finds a way lol.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Broncbeat View Post
      This is so true. I live there in 2005/2006. I was told many times when I got there that Seahawk fans were fair weather fans and it was true. They went to the SB that year and their were flocks of jersey's and people all pumped up. Next day after they lost, all gone.
      For the superbowl against the Broncos there was a tshirt shop almost literally on every corner. Every gas station had a pop up tent selling seahawks crap. Against the Pat's not as much. After the loss, most jersey's in stores are moved to a size about as large as the college sections have. What WAS not being able to look anywhere without seeing a seahawks something of some sort is now that you have to look to find it.

      Meanwhile, there is an orange camaro with a gigantic Broncos logo plastered across the back window and, again, I've probably seen more Broncos gear lately than seahawks.

      Typical though. Look at the Mariners and how poor their attendance is now... Or the Supersonics.. Ohh wait..

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      • #48
        Originally posted by notwithit View Post
        For the superbowl against the Broncos there was a tshirt shop almost literally on every corner. Every gas station had a pop up tent selling seahawks crap. Against the Pat's not as much. After the loss, most jersey's in stores are moved to a size about as large as the college sections have. What WAS not being able to look anywhere without seeing a seahawks something of some sort is now that you have to look to find it.

        Meanwhile, there is an orange camaro with a gigantic Broncos logo plastered across the back window and, again, I've probably seen more Broncos gear lately than seahawks.

        Typical though. Look at the Mariners and how poor their attendance is now... Or the Supersonics.. Ohh wait..
        To be fair, though. There are a lot of areas that are like that. Attendance in Oklahoma was also crappy until the Thunder started winning. In any given sport, there are only a handful of cities that are 100% invested in their team regardless. In the NBA, for example, you've got Chicago, Dallas, New York, Portland, and Utah. The attendance is very high when they are good, but doesn't dip too bad when they suck. I haven't taken a long look at NFL attendance numbers, so I can't really comment there.

        Some fan bases are just incredibly obnoxious when they are good, so it's easier to highlight them when they disappear.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Spice 1 View Post
          To be fair, though. There are a lot of areas that are like that. Attendance in Oklahoma was also crappy until the Thunder started winning. In any given sport, there are only a handful of cities that are 100% invested in their team regardless. In the NBA, for example, you've got Chicago, Dallas, New York, Portland, and Utah. The attendance is very high when they are good, but doesn't dip too bad when they suck. I haven't taken a long look at NFL attendance numbers, so I can't really comment there.

          Some fan bases are just incredibly obnoxious when they are good, so it's easier to highlight them when they disappear.
          How about SD with their Padres.... and Chargers.... even good no one will go...
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          • #50
            Originally posted by ebsoria View Post
            How about SD with their Padres.... and Chargers.... even good no one will go...
            Well, that's not entirely true. When the teams are good it's like a contagious outbreak of fandom that breaks out, not unlike many places I am sure. You see Charger's and Padre's colors flying high everywhere.

            When they fall back to mediocrity there is a collective sigh, audible throughout the county and people stick their jersey's in the back of the closet again.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by notwithit View Post
              For the superbowl against the Broncos there was a tshirt shop almost literally on every corner. Every gas station had a pop up tent selling seahawks crap. Against the Pat's not as much. After the loss, most jersey's in stores are moved to a size about as large as the college sections have. What WAS not being able to look anywhere without seeing a seahawks something of some sort is now that you have to look to find it.
              And after the 43-8 pounding Seattle inflicted on the donkeys in SB 48, how many gas stations in the Denver area had pop up tents selling broncos crap?
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              • #52
                Originally posted by onanygivensunda View Post
                And after the 43-8 pounding Seattle inflicted on the donkeys in SB 48, how many gas stations in the Denver area had pop up tents selling broncos crap?
                I kind of see your point. Were it not for the fact that, unlike 31 other teams, there is no such thing as Broncos crap, I'd agree with you. :thumb:

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Rastic View Post
                  I kind of see your point. Were it not for the fact that, unlike 31 other teams, there is no such thing as Broncos crap, I'd agree with you. :thumb:
                  And if it did exist and they sold it....it would still be AWESOME!!
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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by onanygivensunda View Post
                    And after the 43-8 pounding Seattle inflicted on the donkeys in SB 48, how many gas stations in the Denver area had pop up tents selling broncos crap?
                    Ohhhhhh ouch.... Man... That hurt... I'd imagine Denver area doesn't stoop so low as to throw pop up tents at gas stations. Stay classy Seattle and your random clown/weird people sightings.

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