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  1. BPF

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    It?s time we get back to dominating opponents at the razor, I mean physically dominating them. We as fans can help by being inspirational and by being passionate on every single snap the defense is on the field. We are only 2-2 at home, the goal is to go 4-0 in the second half and build another home winning streak. Let?s start this weekend with an inspired and enthusiastic effort as fans!!

    PS ? This means you in the club level as well!!
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    Saying stuff like this on a messageboard is like preaching to the choir, but I wholeheartedly agree.

    The two games I have been fortunate enough to see the past two years I have gotten questioning looks because I was cheering for all downs early in the game.

    Big third downs only happen if the game is close and there is a stop on the first two. I wish fans would make more of an effort, but it seems to me that many people are there because it is an event rather than being passionate about the team.

    Before anyone yells at me, I am not saying that everyone needs to scream and yell the whole game. But to go to a game and give someone else a menancing look because they happen to be yelling on 2nd and 3 with 7:00 left in the first quarter is dispicable.
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    Wow. I didn't think it was getting that bad at the razor. Almost like it is Seattle. Sipping coffee, watching the game.
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    Wow. I didn't think it was getting that bad at the razor. Almost like it is Seattle. Sipping coffee, watching the game.
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    Seattle is one of the loudest stadiums in the league.
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    You're going to need to take an ad out in the Wall Street Journal to reach that audience.
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    #24 Jersey

    HUh? Seattle is a extremely loud stadium.
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    (Just for effect, as it has already been said twice:)

    Seattle is one of the loudest stadiums in the league.

    And contrary to Gillette, is has a pretty good design for noise too, with those overhangs over most of the stands:

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    Last edited: Nov 12, 2006

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