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Best Home field Advantage. Wow.

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Ouch... need to start making up for that this weekend, but the Eagles and Skins show it really isn't about being a new fanbase. 

 

I've been to a few Skins games since and believe it or not they have a much bigger wine & cheese crowd than we do. 

 

As far as the Eagles, I think the fans spend more time booing their own team than they do making noise when the opponent is on offense. 

 

 

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Woo! We're number (thirty) one!

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So by "best home field advantage", you meant 31st best right?

 

 

Woo! We're number (thirty) one!

 

Aren't there 32???

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I will say this, I have NFL redzone. So I have seen a lot of games across a lot of venues and BofA by far comes across as the least energetic and quietest home crowd I have seen. I have seen Jags, Browns, Dolphins and even the Bucs at home and sadly our crowd makes all them look like Seattle's 12th man. Very lethargic.

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Stats are for losers...........

 

Game day success is preparation, discipline, execution, motivation and perseverance...............whoever has this accomplished best come game day wins.

 

These factors are way on any given game a team like the Bills beat the Panthers and the Jets beat the Saints .........and the Colts beating the Seahawks this year...........Its the reason why the Chargers beat the Broncos at home recently.............

 

This Sunday it will be starting over this week with preparation, discipline, execution, motivation and perseverance............for every team in the NFL.........that will determine who wins at BOA this Sunday.......

 

Stats are for losers...........

 

Past performance does not indication future performance.........whether its investing or sports..........

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Stats are for losers...........

 

Game day success is preparation, discipline, execution, motivation and perseverance...............whoever has this accomplished best come game day wins.

 

These factors are way on any given game a team like the Bills beat the Panthers and the Jets beat the Saints .........and the Colts beating the Seahawks this year...........Its the reason why the Chargers beat the Broncos at home recently.............

 

This Sunday it will be starting over this week with preparation, discipline, execution, motivation and perseverance............for every team in the NFL.........that will determine who wins at BOA this Sunday.......

 

Stats are for losers...........

 

So is excessive and incorrect use of ellipses.

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It's an interesting way to measure with a few pitfalls.

 

The patriots are low because they beat everyone everywhere.

The raiders are low because they suck everywhere.

Cards are high because they suck on the road and are OK at home.

 

I think the Home PD by itself might be more predictive.

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Don't get your tampon strings in a knot. Its just a message board.

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I'm not so sure that having a great home field advantage is such a great thing.  Some teams just plain suck on the road.  See:  this year's Saints and last year's Seahawks.

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