So, what I'm hearing is...people in Charlotte think people in Tampa are poor and are making fun of them for it. When people call this a plastic town full of snobs...that appears to be a critique with a ton of merit.
nope. we just think the buc fanbase is close to non-existant and/or just weak.
Reply to this post if your team can actually sell out a game without giving two thirds of the tickets away free.
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it's amazing that even tho it's apparently such a big deal that the bucs won the lombardi well over a decade ago (which is probably about as long as these troll kid buc fans have been alive) tbat they have had such a hard time selling tickets.
seems that lombardi was wasted on tampa. if it really mattered anymore they would have sold more tickets. either it matters and the bucs are just about the most useless fanbase in the league, or it doesn't matter nearly as much as these useless buc fans are espousing.
reports coming out that the panthers have put a craigslist ad out looking for receivers
Needed: Wide Receiver for NFL Football Team
Do you like running around trying to get open while your QB looks around and dances a bit then runs with the football? Can you catch one out of every 7 passes thrown your way? can you dive 4-6 yrds, jump 3 to 4 feet and run really fast only to get overthrown or severely underthrown to the point you get smashed by LB's? then the Carolina Panthers have a position for you. Must not smoke weed regularly, preferred candiadte will not try to kill his wife or beat his mom (leeway on the last 2). Must not be afraid of grown man as your boss wearing transition sunglasses in the shade.
applications can be sent to CarolinaPantherholefilling@CP.com
reports are coming out in local tampa papers that the buccaneers are looking for fans.
Along the way, fans have jumped off the Bucs' ship. Season tickets have dipped to, some estimate, below 30,000. Only a change in the NFL blackout rules and the Glazers buying up tickets kept games from being blacked out on local television last season, and will keep the team on local TV this season.
Just the other day, the Bucs sent out a letter that if you've been a season-ticket holder going back to only 2007 — just seven years ago and the last time the team truly mattered -- you could bring two friends to Sunday's season opener for free.