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    http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm

    DEAR DUMBASSES: GIT 'ER DONE
    Can you think of a better headline for these idiots??? And a great analogy....."For the NFL, the golden goose could end up starving to death while the guys fighting over how to divvy up the eggs neglect the damn thing's food supply.".....The conclusion of it all is basically do NOT get the fans upset..look at baseball or hockey...Touche!!!!
     
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    How dead is a doornail?
     
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    Don't know about hockey but MLB is setting new attendance records every year, including last year, steroid mess notwithstanding. Pro sports, even when they screw us over, are like a wayward child; most people can't give up on them.

    Major League Baseball set a new attendance record this year as ballparks around the league drew nearly 75 million fans. The official number from MLB’s press release is 74,915,268, which was a 2.6 percent increase over last year's 73,022,969, also a previous record. On average, 30.970 fans went to each and every baseball game this season.
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    Interestingly enough, the Yankees lost one attendance crown this year to their arch-nemesis. Since 2002, the Yankees led the league in road attendance, but this year they were edged by the Boston Red Sox. Boston led MLB with an average of 37,735 per road game while the Yankees finished with an average of 37,036.


    http://www.hardballtimes.com/main/article/business-of-baseball-report21/
     

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