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There's a difference between being a loyal fan & a sucker for years.
This team will win one games (TOPS) again this year.

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When they moved to Baltimore.

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Should have been about 2011

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There is always next year. Defense is decent. They just have no idea what to do on offense.

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Going to the game is a party probably. That's why many Bills fans in attendance are wildly drunk millenials, powerbombing each other through tables, setting themselves on fire, and stumbling head first into a parked bus. They have fun doing whatever regardless of the outcome.

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beejmi wrote: There's a difference between being a loyal fan & a sucker for years.
This team will win one games (TOPS) again this year.

This is true for Maple Leafs fans until the last couple of seasons.

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I don't see the Browns having big trouble moving tickets, but the amount of ticket buyers who stay home will go up until some sign of life appears.

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Mysterious wrote: beejmi wrote: There's a difference between being a loyal fan & a sucker for years.
This team will win one games (TOPS) again this year.

This is true for Maple Leafs fans until the last couple of seasons.
The Leafs have been rebuilding for 50 years.  The tickets cost a fortune but all the banks and insurance companies on Bay Street line up to buy them. 



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