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  2. I lived in Atlanta and was a Falcons season ticket holder in the early 90s. I tried to become a Falcons fan, but just couldn't do it. I grew up a Bengals fan and to my own detriment, I will die a Bengals fan. I think all the imports to Atlanta have similar issues with being fans of other teams. A big, but only casually interested market.
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  4. PatternMaster


    Yeah he's the king of dad jokes I'm going to spend as much time with my wife as possible in the next 6 weeks so that I can ignore her every Sunday come mid August thru January.
  5. It is just one of those unfortunate things where our past is coming back to haunt us. Until we win a fucking playoff game, nothing is going to change as far as media coverage/opinions. "Same old Bengals" Feels unfair how the Browns sort of became media darlings seemingly overnight though. Their recent ineptitude was just as bad as the Bengals were in the 90's-early 00's. We never had an 0-16 season. Only thing I can think of is the Mayfield OBJ star power?? I don't get it.
  6. Lol I gotta admit, he is getting tougher and tougher to read. Sometimes he just takes forever to get his point across. Run on sentences galore and canned phrases that almost read like dad jokes. Plenty of fluff pieces ahead!
  7. I live in Atlanta and the Falcons fans are the worst because they have a good team that is successful and an owner that is going to spend to win but they still don't show up on Sundays. Every game almost half the stadium is full of the other teams fans and people don't show up until the mid 2nd quarter. I guarantee you this guy doesn't even go to NFL games, he's definitely hasn't been to every stadium to actually see and speak with each fanbase.
  8. Maybe that's why Marvin is over the NFL and doesn't want to watch any games this year.
  9. Nobody ever gets the blame in this franchise except players. come on, you should know this by now. If Mikey wasn't worried about the attendance and less money in his pockets, ole marv would still be here.
  10. I just don't know how anyone is going to compete with the almighty powerhouse in Cleveland!!!
  11. Dude picks Baltimore because he thinks Lamar Jackson is going to develop. Jackson averaged 75 yards passing per game, took WAY TOO many hits and had a 58% completion rate. RGIII v2.0
  12. "Lewis said he uses “data on attendance, revenues, social media following and road attendance to develop statistical models of fan interest.” The "best" fan bases listed, are all the usual suspects. The money-fed data of the first two is quantifiable--don't show up/don't buy things. OK. Social media following is disingenuous to a degree: takes only a portion of the potential fan base into consideration. Finally, "road attendance" is useless. Is he basing it on how many Stealer jerseys counted in an opposing stadium any give Sunday? If so, how many of them "travel" and aren't just local "fans"? And even if traveling was an actual denominator, it is far shorter to get to Cleveland from Pittsburgh, than to go from LA to SF. Blah blah...Patriots fan da best...blah blah...
  13. PatternMaster


    Thankfully we have Hobson to get our daily fix of Bengal related content...oh Geoff where we would be without you..
  14. Question: why does Duke Tobin still have a job and when will he start to get any blame for these shitty drafts and free agent signings.
  15. This. Who the fuck ranks fan bases anyways?! I mean, what was this “professor” really trying to determine?
  16. Of course not. Being a Bengals fan is the Navy SEAL of football fans. Anyone can root for a team like the Pats or Urineburgh with multiple championships. It takes a person of toughness and fortitude most Americans just don't have to be a Bengals fan.
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