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Another Bengals blackout

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Maybe the Bengals should be added to the list of teams that could move to Los Angeles, where the alleged deliveries of marijuana from Northern California to receiver Jerome Simpson wouldn’t have to travel quite so far.

The Bengals, who had an announced crowd of 43,363 at a stadium with a capacity of 65,515 for a home opener, have announced that Sunday’s game against the 3-0 Bills also will not be sold out, and thus won’t be televised locally.

Curiously (or maybe not), the Bengals did not announce the situation with their usual email to the media.

The Bengals host one more game in October, on the 16th against the Colts.  The best chance for a sellout presumably comes on November 13, versus the Steelers.

Unfortunately for the Bengals, four of their final six games will be at home, on November 27 (vs. Cleveland), December 11 (vs. Houston), December 24 (vs. Arizona), and January 1 (vs. Baltimore).

If only 43,000 and change showed up in late September for the first home game of the season, who’ll bother to devote a large chunk of the day before Christmas to freezing their butts off to watch a team that likely will be mathematically eliminated from playoff contention?  Ditto for New Year’s Day, when the season ends with a visit from the Ravens?

Notwithstanding all other hot spots when it comes to the lack of sellouts, the 2011 Bengals could end up posting some of the worst attendance numbers in years.

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74 Responses to “Another Bengals blackout”
  1. deedub22 says: Sep 28, 2011 9:10 AM

    Two things:

    1) The Cincinnati Jaguars has a nice ring to it.

    2) GO BEARCATS!

  2. twitter:Chapman_Jamie says: Sep 28, 2011 9:10 AM

    Maybe if they would trade Palmer and get someone who could energize the organization fans would actually go. If fans did this in DC Snyder would have gotten the hint a long time ago.

  3. bballpat07 says: Sep 28, 2011 9:11 AM

    Two words. Mike Brown.

  4. leftdust says: Sep 28, 2011 9:11 AM

    Southern Ohio’s economy is an utter mess – fans don’t have cash for food let alone a 3rd rate NFL team.

  5. nflfollower says: Sep 28, 2011 9:12 AM

    Going to write anything about the Bucs selling tickets? Or are those articles reserved for the weeks when they are facing a blackout?

  6. hooockey says: Sep 28, 2011 9:12 AM

    And somewhere Carson Palmer is smiling…

    That’s got to hurt senile Mikey’s pocketbook quite a bit. And the attendance will only get worse. Good for Cincy fans. Don’t give this clown any more of your money.

  7. dungydouche says: Sep 28, 2011 9:13 AM

    This is a referendum on Bengals management and nothing more. Cincinnati fans sold that stadium out for years, while MB put a dysfunctional team on the field. Us Bengal fans are finally getting a clue.

    That said, I’m still huddled around my laptop, on illegal sites, streaming the Bengals games each Sunday. Fans aren’t disinterested with the team, they’re done with Mike Brown and his daddy issues.

  8. esfd283 says: Sep 28, 2011 9:13 AM

    7 hour drive from Buffalo. I would bet alot are making the trip.

  9. Kaz says: Sep 28, 2011 9:16 AM

    Flo still taking shots at Jerome. Hey Flo. Try on some reporter shoes and make some calls to Cincy. You’ll find out the house belonged to Simpson granted, and he is responsible for what goes on in his house. But his Brother (whose the main resident of the house) is the suspect.

    It’s likely Simpson will be in some trouble because you can’t have stuff like that go on in the home you own, but ask yourself. When is the last time someone has been found with 8.5 pounds of weed and not been arrested? That should hint to you that there is something more to the story.

    Anyway, If Cali investors find out it’s the Bengals and Mike Brown coming to town, look for them to head for the hills and the whole stadium project to crumble.

  10. billinva says: Sep 28, 2011 9:17 AM

    Does Mike Brown even care?

  11. raiderlyfe510 says: Sep 28, 2011 9:18 AM

    Los Angeles is not a football town. They will not support a loser or even a mediocre team… Does anyone remember why their teams left in the 1st place?

  12. eastsideballa says: Sep 28, 2011 9:19 AM

    Im just happy the Steelers will suck this year because the NFL has banned HGH.

  13. P_Willy says: Sep 28, 2011 9:19 AM

    That really sucks for the local fans who can’t even see their team play on TV. Can’t blame the fans for not attending when FO seems unlikely to give a damn about the fans.

    All visiting teams take note: Make sure your teams bring extra cameras and tv equipment to the stadium. My 9ers got screwed with an athletic TD from smith to crabtree, having it negated due to a mysterious penalty; that wasn’t challenged because there wasn’t a replay available until 4 plays later.

    FOX really dropped the ball on that one..

  14. cdwains says: Sep 28, 2011 9:21 AM

    First off Bengals can’t move they are locked into the best stadium deal in the league for another 20 years+ secondly the Bengals had 65+ game sell out streak up until the end of last season. Thirdly it makes me wonder why anyone in the media that continually bashes the Bengals would ever question why they aren’t selling out games, isn’t obvious? Mike Brown has shown over his 20+ years that he is inept when it comes to running a professional football team, he should be running a bank!

  15. kwgator says: Sep 28, 2011 9:23 AM

    Cincinnati Jaguars do have a nice ring to it. Wayne Weaver would be king in the Nati

    Send Mike Clown and his Family to LA.

    There won’t be 25,ooo people at Arizona game on Christmas Eve

  16. luckyarmpit says: Sep 28, 2011 9:24 AM

    If you make the game affordable, more people with come… even to a bottom-tier team like the Bengals. If the tickets, food, and drink prices were lowered, the average family in this struggling economy could make a live game. Hey Cincy, you do realize the economy still sucks, right? Quit charging $10 for a beer and maybe you will sell out a game.

  17. spungy says: Sep 28, 2011 9:24 AM

    I don’t see even the Steeler’s game selling out. I for one am glad Mike Brown cares so much about the fan experience that he would offer shorter lines to get frisked and then get concessions.

  18. chazzmon says: Sep 28, 2011 9:25 AM

    What? No sell out? I thought this was- get your free Mrs. Simpson pot brownie game? Oh well, must have spaced out the date.

  19. winkeroni says: Sep 28, 2011 9:25 AM

    I couldn’t be happier! Seriously, I live 100 miles South of Cincinnati, it was a relief to watch the Giants at the Eagles over the 49ers at Bengals.

  20. herokravon says: Sep 28, 2011 9:27 AM

    Its a shame the locals wont see the Bengals upset the Bills this week.

    True story.

  21. grilledjesus says: Sep 28, 2011 9:28 AM

    This is where I really hate the whole blackout thing. Mike Brown doesn’t deserve those hard working fans money, he’s been nothing but a complete douche to them forever.
    Sorry Bengals fans, I hope there’s a few bars that have the football package for you.

  22. cincy90 says: Sep 28, 2011 9:29 AM

    This is sad. I have season tickets and don’t even want to go. After 30+ years of season tickets I am done after this year unless Mike makes some MAJOR changes to the way he runs this family business. Most fans really do like the direction this team is headed – some good young talent, addition by subtraction (85 and Palmer) etc. but are SICK TO DEATH of Mike Clown and his ways. This town deserves WAY better than he gives. There will be tumbleweeds blowing through that stadium by the end of the year!

  23. tatatoothy says: Sep 28, 2011 9:37 AM

    I’ll bet NFL’s Sunday Ticket is a big seller in Cincy… But all kidding aside, what a shame for the fans of the Bengals.

  24. hillzmickelzon says: Sep 28, 2011 9:37 AM

    Question? Are the lights in the indoor marijuana grow house blacked out also? i didnt wanna do it but i was laughin too hard. where is pac-man when u need him?

  25. mightymightylafootball says: Sep 28, 2011 9:38 AM

    raiderlyfe510 says:
    Sep 28, 2011 9:18 AM
    Los Angeles is not a football town. They will not support a loser or even a mediocre team… Does anyone remember why their teams left in the 1st place?

    *~*~*~*~*~*~*

    (This is getting tiresome. I’ll just repost a comment from a few articles back).

    Can you specifically cite the reason for both the Raiders and Rams leaving LA? Meaning, do you actually know the facts? (Hint: it wasn’t game-day attendence). I’ll bet shiny new nickle that you can’t do so without googling it.

    Or are you just one of the 99 out of 100 people who say, “LA sux! Worst fans ever. Hollywood fans are terrible!!”?

    Yeah, we all read sooooooo many stories about sports teams in LA are getting ready to move.

    Priceless wisdom, sir – and from a Raider fan, of all people. Good gravey…

  26. blitzburgh2u says: Sep 28, 2011 9:39 AM

    No worries Bengal fans, we Steeler people will fill up the stadium like we do every year. Paul Brown stadium is not called, Pittsburgh West for nothing lol

    h e r e
    w e
    g o!

  27. supashug says: Sep 28, 2011 9:39 AM

    no pride, no team

  28. blitzburgh2u says: Sep 28, 2011 9:47 AM

    What people don’t realize who are not from Cincinnati or a Bengals fan is that Mike Brown does not care.

    They will have plenty of sellouts this year, like they usually do because so many fans show up just to tailgate and get drunk. Win or lose people come down to the stadium on Sunday to party, it’s been like that for years.

    The AFC north games always sell out, the only game that may not will be the Ravens only because Palmer is not playing – he was the Ravens killer, other than that Browns and Steelers games will sell out if only because of opposing fans coming into town.

  29. schmitty2 says: Sep 28, 2011 9:50 AM

    P_Willy says:
    Sep 28, 2011 9:19 AM
    That really sucks for the local fans who can’t even see their team play on TV. Can’t blame the fans for not attending when FO seems unlikely to give a damn about the fans.

    All visiting teams take note: Make sure your teams bring extra cameras and tv equipment to the stadium. My 9ers got screwed with an athletic TD from smith to crabtree, having it negated due to a mysterious penalty; that wasn’t challenged because there wasn’t a replay available until 4 plays later.

    FOX really dropped the ball on that one..

    Your team won the game. Quit whining

  30. peytonwantsaflag says: Sep 28, 2011 9:58 AM

    I’m a local – I completely understand the lack of attendance (hell, I myself turned down free tickets to go) but the sad thing about this is Brown won’t see this as any sort of wake up call to produce a better team. He will only see this through his business goggles and will move the team to a more lucrative place the first chance he gets. And Cincinnati, after that, we are screwed. We will NOT get another team ever – too small a market.

  31. bigdaddybullwhip says: Sep 28, 2011 10:08 AM

    I got 2 tickets 5th row, end zone for $100 on ebay. Great weather, NFL football and a Bengals win. PERFECT.

  32. blackngold777 says: Sep 28, 2011 10:08 AM

    How many RINGS do they have?

  33. blackngold777 says: Sep 28, 2011 10:09 AM

    CINCY belongs to the Steelers. We just let BUNGLES fans live there so they can see a real football team when we come to town.

  34. blackngold777 says: Sep 28, 2011 10:11 AM

    HERE WE GO STEELERS HERE WE GO

  35. billinlouisiana says: Sep 28, 2011 10:12 AM

    P_Willy says:Sep 28, 2011 9:19 AM

    All visiting teams take note: Make sure your teams bring extra cameras and tv equipment to the stadium. My 9ers got screwed with an athletic TD from smith to crabtree, having it negated due to a mysterious penalty; that wasn’t challenged because there wasn’t a replay available until 4 plays later.

    ———————————————————

    Penalties are not reviewable except for a “too many men on the field”.

  36. wldkat says: Sep 28, 2011 10:17 AM

    Steeler Nation is coming Nov 13th and it will be a home game for the Steelers ! Heinz Field Ohio !!!

  37. dickroy says: Sep 28, 2011 10:21 AM

    Just wondering why my last post did not show up.

  38. peed1 says: Sep 28, 2011 10:22 AM

    Its the economy stupid.

  39. dickroy says: Sep 28, 2011 10:30 AM

    The Cincinnati Browns will never be a change.

  40. alewatcher says: Sep 28, 2011 10:32 AM

    It’s just as well. I mean, think of the children!

  41. hitdog042 says: Sep 28, 2011 10:34 AM

    pwilly, penalties cannot be challenged. Learn the rules.

  42. kenrobinson12 says: Sep 28, 2011 10:43 AM

    Beware Cincy fans. Terms like ‘it’s the owner’ or ‘if the team were better’ were common here in Baltimore in the early 1980’s. There is ALWAYS a better deal somewhere else. I’d hate to see the Bengals leave Cincy. As bad as the Bengals are, they are better than nothing. Baltimore waded through the USFL for a year as well as the CFL for two years. We would have rather had a third rate NFL team than the reigning USFL and CFL champions we had.

  43. raiderlyfe510 says: Sep 28, 2011 10:44 AM

    @MightyLaFootball

    Weren’t the 94 Raiders averaging about 35k people in a 80k seat stadium in LA? That was a 9-7 team.

    Only time they drew big down there is when they were contending for super bowls or the Cowboys were in town.

    The answer for LA is giving them an expansion team that the community can grow and bond with.

    The L.A. Aztecs or something that represents SoCal culture.

  44. blackngold777 says: Sep 28, 2011 11:08 AM

    BUNGLES fans deserve what they get! NOTHING.

  45. td40 says: Sep 28, 2011 11:16 AM

    dickroy says:
    Sep 28, 2011 10:30 AM

    The Cincinnati Browns will never be a change.
    —————————————————-

    Ha. In such a hurry to try to get your “awesome” joke on the board that you blew it. LOL.

    Oh well, the first syllable of your name seems accurate anyway…

  46. thebigkahuna23 says: Sep 28, 2011 11:17 AM

    I always hated the blackout rules. Who thought it made sense for a bad team that can’t sell tickets in a poor city during a down economy to not be televised?

  47. quizguy66 says: Sep 28, 2011 11:25 AM

    @billinlouisiana – Mikey Boy’s kinescope system works perfectly fine.

    It’s Mike Brown pure and simple. It’s such a catch-22 for the fans. Show up and give this guy your hard-earned money and enable him to keep doing what he does. Don’t show up and your team is suddenlly put on the fast-track to Los Angeles. It’s too bad the NFL can not do something about this guy. Cincinnati is a great football town (trust me, with Brown’s track record that stadium never gets built in a huge number of NFL cities) – but at some point you reach a breaking point.

    I hate it for the good young players we have (there are things to be encouraged about) and the top class guys they have like Whitworth. There needs to be a way to express that the discontent is with the owner and not them.

    -QG

  48. quizguy66 says: Sep 28, 2011 11:26 AM

    wow, they get Arizona on Christmas Eve??! Just saw that. There could be like 5,000 people there barring a miracle run by this team.

    -QG

  49. phillyisinvading says: Sep 28, 2011 11:29 AM

    I really hope that cincy fans continue to not show up for games.

    Hopefully it will remind the owners that you can’t ignore the fan base and expect them to follow blindly.

  50. dickroy says: Sep 28, 2011 11:59 AM

    @ td40

    It is a fact that people that resort to personal attacks are not very brilliant. So your comment was not taking very serious.

  51. cincyalldaway says: Sep 28, 2011 12:02 PM

    blackngold777 says:
    Sep 28, 2011 11:08 AM
    BUNGLES fans deserve what they get! NOTHING.

    ==================================
    The Steelers suck but it’s the fans that swallow! Go hump somebody elses leg mutt face. No trolls allowed!

  52. melikefootball says: Sep 28, 2011 12:10 PM

    Where are all the BILL fans? That can’t be to far a drive to see your 3-0 team.

  53. Vegas Guy says: Sep 28, 2011 12:17 PM

    I ditched my season tix 2 years ago (after having them for 40+ years).. I’ve never regretted it. Two tix on the 50, 19 rows up and I always had a hard time selling them off unless it was Pittsburgh.

  54. savocabol1 says: Sep 28, 2011 12:17 PM

    bengal’s fans are some of the most fair-weather fans in sports. no one should be suprised at this.

  55. zoxitic says: Sep 28, 2011 12:28 PM

    I do not want to hear another word about the Jaguars who have not had a blackout since 2009.

  56. crowdseats says: Sep 28, 2011 12:42 PM

    Should have used CrowdSeats.com

  57. londonbengal says: Sep 28, 2011 12:48 PM

    @ ‘blackngold777′ says

    BUNGLES fans deserve what they get ! NOTHING.

    ==================================

    What you idiot Steeler fans don’t realise is that when you are at PBS twirling those stupid yellow hankies, we’re all in Pittsburgh sha****g your women.

    Just remember mate, that when you think you’ve scored at PBS, we’re scoring in PIT !!!!!

    And you thought Bengal fans were dumb…….

  58. dickroy says: Sep 28, 2011 12:56 PM

    I live near Cincinnati and the only time I attend a game there is when the Steelers come to town. The last time I was at this game it was about 70% wearing black and gold.

  59. pskotte says: Sep 28, 2011 12:58 PM

    @Vegas Guy

    With seats like yours YOU should be at the game instead of trying to make a buck from them.

  60. beelicker says: Sep 28, 2011 1:20 PM

    savocabol1 says: bengal’s[sic] fans are some of the most fair-weather fans in sports. no one should be suprised at this.

    Would you mind giving some kind of logical support for this egregiously STUPID statement? A true lifer Bengal fan (since ’68) & current season ticket holder like myself actually defines the opposite of “fair-weather”, “frontruner” or “bandwagoner”.

    I support the entire NFL at large in addition to My Preciousss Tisssue Paper Tigerssss by attending. NFL pooled revenue-sharing ensures this. If YOU (if you even attend NFL games) want to take some responsibility to ‘oppose’ Mike F Brown then logically YOU need to boycott your own NFL games & NFL paraphernalia (which is also a revenue-shared commodity).

    Not to even mention the bad economy of particularly southern Ohio being a major contributor (on top of any recent Bengal ‘successes’) to our just having a 57-game PBS home sellout streak broken just last dec 2o1o. This is how you define fair-weather??

  61. throwmetheidol says: Sep 28, 2011 1:31 PM

    Maybe Mike Brown will finally get a clue. That he is the worse owner in professional sports. Hire a damn GM and put a winning team on the field. I will continue to support my Bengals. But until Mike Brown shows he cares about winning and not just making money. He will not get a dime of my money.

  62. P_Willy says: Sep 28, 2011 2:05 PM

    schmitty2 says:
    Sep 28, 2011 9:50 AM

    P_Willy says:

    All visiting teams take note: Make sure your teams bring extra cameras and tv equipment to the stadium. My 9ers got screwed with an athletic TD from smith to crabtree, having it negated due to a mysterious penalty; that wasn’t challenged because there wasn’t a replay available until 4 plays later.

    FOX really dropped the ball on that one..

    Your team won the game. Quit whining

    ——————————

    I’m not whining, and i know that penalties cannot be reviewable. I’m just pointing out that it was a blown call in a game where the defenses were playing their a$$es off; and that the call should have been a TD, which would then be subjected to review – like all scoring plays are this year. Regardless – it’s a fact that due to the black out, the equipment the FOX brought along with them was so limited – that even if something needed to be challenged – there is not enough support to have instant replays.

    In any case, you guys sure as heck didn’t make it easy out there and it could’ve went either way. Considering the turnover on the team, and with young guys like Andy, and Smith – keep your heads up and be happy that you have a franchise caliber QB at the helm.

    Straying away from the topic

    Sucks about the blackouts – and that’s sincere.

  63. johnstofa says: Sep 28, 2011 2:07 PM

    Gotta love all the Steeler fans harping about Heinz Field Ohio…..so far I ain’t impressed with you either ;)

    Maybe this is a ploy for Mike Brown to move the Bengals to LA to appease Carson Palmer.

  64. reconl63 says: Sep 28, 2011 2:15 PM

    @raiderlyfe510 “Los Angeles is not a football town. They will not support a loser or even a mediocre team… Does anyone remember why their teams left in the 1st place”

    obviously you dont know, me and my life partner know that LA can sell out the boxes and suites and will immediatley be the most profitable club in the NFL. the past doesnt matter and should only be considered if i am trying to respond with my LA wittiness.

    @mightymightylafootball
    “Yeah, we all read sooooooo many stories about sports teams in LA are getting ready to move. ”

    exactly, the past is for dead people. the new stadium will sell out on the pure basis of same sex couples like me and my b-friend. LA is superior to all other cities and is number one in everything.

    @zoxitic “Jaguars who have not had a blackout ”
    not true and i am superior to a jaguar. jax has had blackouts and they tarp off seats. the fact is, LA has never blacked out any sport and has a perfect set of citizens that have proven themselves to deserve a football team. LA is the biggest market and has an inta-stamp to be the #1 football town in the world.

  65. savocabol1 says: Sep 28, 2011 3:06 PM

    @beelicker says:

    Put down the bottle before you start trying to issue your rebuttal. Bungals only sold out because the opposing fans came to your games. I boycott Mike Brown by not setting foot in that gutter ball of a city.

    Cincy – where felons go to become regular people.

  66. mindbender14 says: Sep 28, 2011 3:08 PM

    I’m making the trip to see the Bills! I mean seriously, ticket prices are plummeting on stubhub etc. because of how bad the Bengals are. Go BILLS!

  67. beelicker says: Sep 28, 2011 7:01 PM

    savocabol1 says: Bungals only sold out because the opposing fans came to your games

    Right, and NO fans of opposing teams ever buy tickets to games in other NFL cities either? So SF & SD & Oakland & Seattle & Miami & Houston fans just flock to our games by the multiple tens of thousands, right?

    Plus, we’ve still got a base of somewhere around 40K SEASON TICKET HOLDERS (which was above 55K before this year with even a waiting list 2 years before that) & you’re telling me they are ALL fans of other NFL teams in other NFL cities as well? It’s just me and 60K+ fans of the other team in attendance every week?

    Last home game I missed just so happened to be Dillon’s breaking of Jim Brown’s single-game record & all those fans of other teams I see every game sure must seem to feel the need to surreptitiously disguise themselves by wearing the Orange & Black??

    I swear, some people wear their abject (& laughably easily exposed) sheer idiocy as some kind of demented badges of honor or something.

  68. voyager6 says: Sep 28, 2011 7:04 PM

    While there are a lot of empty seats this year, the season ticket base has dropped tremendously. As a result, the bulk of the unsold seats are held by the Bengals, rather than season ticket holders. As a result, there are fewer tickets for the ticket holder to sell to resellers. The average price for a nose-bleed seat is higher this year than last. Less supply = higher prices. Of course, the Bengals will be happy to sell you a ticket at face value.

  69. axespray says: Sep 28, 2011 9:26 PM

    just move the bengals to LA

    at least then all the ohio fans can cling onto the browns (they seem to be moving in the right direction)

  70. hrdcorbengalsfan says: Sep 28, 2011 11:39 PM

    Even direct tv won’t show it in the area if it is blacked out locally..kiss $300 bucks bye bye.

  71. beelicker says: Sep 29, 2011 12:30 AM

    @ axespray

    So “moving in the right direction” = losing to the Bengals @ CBS to fall to 35-39 in the alltime Browns vs Bengals series??

    & really now … somebody felt the need to erase this comment the first time I posted it? from the third page ?? really??? LMAO!!

    MAKE MY WHODEY!!!

  72. gobills716 says: Sep 29, 2011 3:11 AM

    I don’t want to hear the excuses from the Bengals fans, The Carson Palmer excuse is weak, I don’t blame the owner one bit for refusing to trade him. He made a commitment to the team and was rewarded handsomely for his commitment…. It sure sounds like the 65 straight sellouts was fueled by bandwagon jumpers (it’s not that hard to sell 65,000 tickets for a NFL game).
    If you can only draw 40,000 for your home opener, you don’t deserve a NFL team. Buffalo has put up with an inept franchise for the last 10 straight years (without a single trip to the playoffs) but we have sold 95 percent of our tickets over that period.

  73. adstout says: Sep 29, 2011 12:27 PM

    Bandwagon jumpers?? Fair weather fans?? are you serious. Bengals fans haven’t won a playoff game in over 20 years. there hasn’t been fair weather. If anything, the fans have supported this team through tough years more than most any fans should.

    This years drop in season ticket holders is a direct reflection on the fans being tired of Mike Brown. Sure some think that Palmer quit or he owes it to the team to complete his contract, but the fact is Mike Brown could get good draft picks to trade a guy that has done nothing but been a stand-up teammate and always put the blame on himself. If he’s fed up with Mike Brown and the organization, I can’t say I blame him.

    If you want to see fair weather fans, look to Indy. They’ve had 10 straight years to the playoffs and a couple of bad years and fans won’t even know the city has a football team.

    —I don’t hate the Steelers, i just hate their rude, obnoxious, arrogant, fat and ugly fans. —

  74. mikel119 says: Sep 29, 2011 7:48 PM

    Brown and nfl to stupid to offer it on NFL network to get more subscriptions…. hay NFL i wonder if you would have any problem nagoteating a better contract with time warner if you showed the local games? WAKE UP STUPID WE ARE WATCHING IT FOR FREE…AND YOU CANT STOP IT

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