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Can a Pats Fan sit in the visitor's side?

Discussion in 'Massachusetts Patriots Fans' started by Dee, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. Dee

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    I have never been to a game but have 2 tickets on the visitor’s side to the game this Sunday (Pats vs Vikings). I’d love to see a live game but am wondering if sitting on the opposite side is appropriate…? Thanks.
     

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    Yes.

    Unlike high school football or European futball, nearly everyone in the stadium will be cheering for the Pats. The only ones that won't be will be those in the red seats. Or perhaps I should say the only ones that won't be cheering for the Pats are those that are not in the red seats, since the temperature is expected to be rather cool late in the day Sunday.
     

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