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Discussion in 'Football' started by BigJCy, Jul 27, 2014.
New video boards revealed in Jacksonville tonight. Supposedly the current "World's Largest":
Id rather have it full of fans.
At least the entire board is video and not half Istate banners.
But the wind!!
Patiently waiting for a Category 5 Hurricane to blow that thing over.
looks big too bad they suck
Are they showing movies on it during the football games? Those fans deserve some type of entertainment with their tickets.
NFL Redzone I believe.
I believe they were showing the Fulham game on it tonight. Had something like 22k there.
Then it should work in JTS just fine.
Sorry, you put it on a tee.
That franchise has been pretty decent, all things considered:
They were closer to 130-100 at one point before they really slide the past few years, and swinging and missing on a Top 10 pick for a QB can do that to any franchise
Compared to, say, a bunch of other teams since the 1970 merger:
They're bad right now but far from the definition of franchise futility. If anything, they were an above average organization until a few years ago.
Here's a fun fact: Jacksonville is the largest city by area in the contiguous US. Sitka, Alaska is #1.
they weren't that bad 5-6 years ago but it's been all down hill since.
Just a reason why population and population density are flawed stats.
I could talk cities all day.
Heck, show all the Sunday Ticket games simultaneously. Let the fans watch some football.
If there's nobody there to watch that giant video board, does it really exist?
Stats are just numbers, they aren't flawed. It's the conclusions people infer from stats that are flawed.
Alaska kind of "cheats" because many of the cities and Burroughs (county equivalents) have merged. So the "city limits" go out into the wilderness countryside for 100+ miles.