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Empty Seats Could Be a Common Sight at Raymond James in 2010

ESPN talks about the Bucs at the box office, and how the fans are going to respond to this years version of the Bucs and if they are going to show up at Raymond James Stadium:

One of the storylines I’m curious to see play out in the NFC South this season is how the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fare at the box office. Team officials have sent out subtle hints through the media that the Buccaneers could face local television blackouts for the first time since the team moved into Raymond James Stadium in 1998. To be quite honest, you could see a lot of empty seats last year, but they were all officially sold. Getting that stadium sold out is going to be a challenge. I live in Tampa and love the area, but I’ll freely admit it’s a tough market for professional sports.


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One Response to “Empty Seats Could Be a Common Sight at Raymond James in 2010”

  1. Gary Golden Sr says:

    Don’t blame the good fans of Tampa! BLAME THE SO CALLED OWNERS and the SO CALLED COACHES! THEY ARE A JOKE! The NFL is headed down to the leavel of the NBA. So Long and goodbye! I’ve been a long time ticket holder but NO MORE!!!!!

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