- Feb 7, 2011
So as I've been reading some posts in the main NFL thread, I've noticed one small thing: Cincinnati apparently isn't a football town. If they were, the Bengals would be selling out their home games this year as the team is actually doing OK/good, but they're not. I don't know if it's the economy that hurting the people more over there than in other places, but to me if your home team is doing good, shouldn't you show your support if you like football. Heck, during the worst years of the Lions during the last decade, they still sold out most of their home games so why can't Cincinnati? Not enough football fans over there? If that's the case, I say move them to a city that I'm sure would love to have a football team again: Los Angeles. To me, isn't it kind of ridiculous for the most popular league in sports not to have a team in America's 2nd most populous city? What do you guys think? Does this sound like a good idea or do you think I'm just going crazy over nothing?