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    Re: SD/JAX MNF game thread



    They better hire the right coach or they're gonna need more tarp
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    Re: SD/JAX MNF game thread

    Quote Originally Posted by MountaineerRaven View Post
    As I said....I didn't read about it.....My father was told this by a seating authority person while he was buying his season tickets.

    As far as you not understanding why the NFL would do something like this...... My guess would be that the NFL gets more money from its tv contracts than from 7 sections of a stadium not sold.

    So if as you said, that you want to read more..... Here ya go...

    http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/J...Blackouts.aspx
    Thanks but that does not tell me what I was hoping to find -- something to back up the claim that they cannot sell seats if there was a demand.

    This tells me what all of us already knew.
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    Re: SD/JAX MNF game thread

    http://jacksonville.com/sports/footb...ial-nfl-policy

    Pay close attention to where it says unlike the past years for the jaguars....

    Now I don't no how the vote went, but if it wasn't approved, than the blackout number set at the beginning of preseason would be held at that number and the tarps would remain even if there is a demand.




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