Vegas is building a new hi-rise casino every month...they wouldn't be doing that if the betting public had a clue!!ha ha,,,,looks like a LOT of bettors are expecting me to get knocked out in the first round of the AFSF Playoff Survivor Pool:
Can confirm - I went to the Titans/49'ers game in Nashville back in November, and the 49'ers fans showed up IN FORCE. And they definitely did not strike me as the "silicon valley" type - to be honest, they looked a lot more like Raiders fans. Blue collar. Did a bunch of Raider's fans convert to 49'ers fans when the Raiders moved to Vegas? I have no idea, but there were a lot of them - I was surprised that many of them showed up for a cold game in Nashville.I guess your "rich Silicon Vallyite" theory is a factor; but when I look in the stands at the games that I've been to, and when the cameras pan over to the crowds on TV, I don't see a lot of that type of fan in the stands. Football is still a working man's game, it just takes a much bigger chunk of his paycheck now. Of course, I'm mostly in the East Coast and football mentality is kind of different on this side of the continent. What I can tell you is that in the East, it's the Pat*s fans that are everywhere. They travel in plane loads and I've been to games where they've taken over opposing stadiums...something that's hard to do in a town like Buffalo. I don't think that was the case before 2001, so I attribute much of their traveling fanbase to people wanting to associate themselves with a winner....Same thing could be said for the 49'ers in the West Coast. 49'ers are the Pat*s of the West!!
Chargers'new 2022 uniforms. All helmets will have the word Herbert on them.ha, you bookies that took Cincy musta been feeling the heat there. 26-19 and Raiders just fell short at the end on a 4th and goal from what I hear. You all can relax now LMAO.
Knowing the idiot owner it would (and maybe should) say “SPANOS” on the side of the helmets.