Some of us who spent a lot of time at Sullivan during the 80's, 90's and early part of this century have said the crowd has lost its edge (not in all cases, last week was off the hook, but it takes an afc championship game to get everyone standing on 3rd down). Be it the cost, the fact that half of the people show up with muffy from the country club because they landed the big account, or the complacency brought by winning, there has been a noticable change in the aura and edge of the crowd at home games. I attended the browns game this year, and was dumbfounded. Now, some agree, some disagree. Mike Vrabel tells it like it is.... â€œWe were excited to go out on the field and see everybody â€“ 15,000 or 20,000 â€“ and those people were excited. We need to get those people at the games. Those are the type of fans that we need to get back into our stadium. I think that they deserve to experience this just as much as the people who can afford to come out here and to buy our season tickets. Those are the people who I think sometimes get left out with the cost of this game, to watch it, to travel. Those are the ones I'd like to see experience this." I thought it was interesting that he said "*back* at the games" thoughts? agree? disagree?