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  • #31
    Originally posted by 91bronco View Post
    Wow- I dunno what to say... I guess I feel sorry for you guys then. The Broncos were perrenial losers for quite awhile, and are again but we still represent.

    Your fanbase is weak- they deserve all the crap they get. It's pathetic really.

    EDIT- sorry for the harsh post but I just can't understand it....
    Lol no problem, no offense taken.

    I would buy tickets to support, but I'm a broke college student. All my money goes too books, gas, food, cell phone bill, etc. Literally no money left after all that.

    But I don't blame ex-season ticket holders, its their money. The Chargers should put a better product on the field in September, this is getting ridiculous. We're 2-1 but luck those 2 unimpressive wins were against terrible teams. Had that been against the Packers and Saints we'd be 0-3 right now.

    In my mind they Bolts are 0-3, they are sure playing like it. Its the same old same old with this team every year. Starting super slow and getting away with it because the division has been bad.

    Thats why I'm glad Oakland is stepping up.
    Last edited by powderblues; 10-01-2011, 09:08 PM.
    Rivers is deciding to play bad, just to see how it feels.

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    • #32
      I don't but this stuff about the weather and things to do pulling the attendance down, thats weak.

      The Lakers sell out every home game so obviously people find time to support them.

      The football team plays 8 home games a year, if the 'fans' would rather go to the beach then support the team then the team should be moved.

      Its like football here (or soccer lol). Barcelona, Valencia, Lisbon, etc..... are all great places with the weather and the beaches but they still sell out every week, and Barca sell out 90 k plus, even when they were second to Real Madrid a few years back they still sold out.

      Thats what is annoying with Denver, When I tuned in to the Oak game it was a sellout and the cameras were shaking, such an incredible fan base who deserve more than this and Orton.

      Just hope we find that franchise QB, even if it means tanking the year

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      • #33
        Originally posted by bronx_2003 View Post
        I don't but this stuff about the weather and things to do pulling the attendance down, thats weak.

        The Lakers sell out every home game so obviously people find time to support them.

        The football team plays 8 home games a year, if the 'fans' would rather go to the beach then support the team then the team should be moved.
        you may not "buy it" but it is what it is. yeah the staples center sells out but you might want to consider that the lakers are like the Yankees of the NBA and that venue holds less than 20k people.

        the fact that every single warm weather climate area has the same issues with their fan base is really the only argument i need to make about it.

        not trying to make excuses for them, but it is not just San Diego and its not just chargers fans.

        if you think that team should be moved then there is a handful of other teams that should be moved as well, right?

        by the way, you are harsh on fans for going to the beach rather than showing up for games yet you want your team to tank the season?

        how ironic.
        Last edited by baphamet; 10-02-2011, 09:26 AM.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by bronx_2003 View Post
          I don't but this stuff about the weather and things to do pulling the attendance down, thats weak.

          The Lakers sell out every home game so obviously people find time to support them.
          As somebody else pointed out, Basketball games are not played in venues where their crowds reach the 70k mark. Many of their games can hold a mere 20k.

          The football team plays 8 home games a year, if the 'fans' would rather go to the beach then support the team then the team should be moved.
          Just because a team fails to sell out a game doesn't mean that the team should be relocated. We are in a tough economy and that is flat out wrong. They are the San Diego Chargers and the San Diego Chargers is all they should EVER be. The NFL needs to stop flirting with the idea of relocating a team to Los Angeles.

          They keep flirting with the idea of relocation and a team that nobody expects will relocate.
          The Browns are gone; I'm not a fan of the Impostors

          The real Browns are in Baltimore, see?

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          • #35
            Originally posted by powderblues View Post
            Lol no problem, no offense taken.

            I would buy tickets to support, but I'm a broke college student. All my money goes too books, gas, food, cell phone bill, etc. Literally no money left after all that.

            But I don't blame ex-season ticket holders, its their money. The Chargers should put a better product on the field in September, this is getting ridiculous. We're 2-1 but luck those 2 unimpressive wins were against terrible teams. Had that been against the Packers and Saints we'd be 0-3 right now.

            In my mind they Bolts are 0-3, they are sure playing like it. Its the same old same old with this team every year. Starting super slow and getting away with it because the division has been bad.

            Thats why I'm glad Oakland is stepping up.
            It ain't your fault man- games are EXPENSIVE regardless who you are. I go to the game when I can but it's not often enough. San Diego just doesn't have enough die hard fans I guess.

            Oakland has looked good and I hope they take the crown from the Bolts.

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