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Why would Blank support 18 game schedule? (Ryan can't sell out Ga. Dome--that's why?)


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Signing Matt Ryan to twelve million dollar contract was a mistake, and it's starting to play itself out with Blank now supporting eighteen game schedule.

It was very costly and embarrassing to buy tickets so metro Atlanta wouldn't be blacked out during 2008 home games.

It's only a matter of time when the Falcons will ask Ryan politely to restructure or give some of his money back.

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Signing Matt Ryan to twelve million dollar contract was a mistake, and it's starting to play itself out with Blank now supporting eighteen game schedule.

It was very costly and embarrassing to buy tickets so metro Atlanta wouldn't be blacked out during 2008 home games.

It's only a matter of time when the Falcons will ask Ryan politely to restructure or give some of his money back.

There is a massive logical problem in your argument. Can you see it?

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believe this if the falcons continue to develop and preform at a high level that dome will be full for every home game...i would tend to think any owner of any business would be happy to have the opportunity to increase revenue which is what adding games does....by your rationale if blank has to continue to buy tickets for home games wouldn't increasing the number be a bad idea??

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Signing Matt Ryan to twelve million dollar contract was a mistake, and it's starting to play itself out with Blank now supporting eighteen game schedule.

It was very costly and embarrassing to buy tickets so metro Atlanta wouldn't be blacked out during 2008 home games.

It's only a matter of time when the Falcons will ask Ryan politely to restructure or give some of his money back.

Good news, VICK75, Vick is back in Atlanta. Prison that is. Why are you still here you clearly wish the Falcons to fail since your poor choice for a hero let you down and will never be a Falcon again? Vick is currently being held in a prison in Atlanta. Judging by your whiny post it sounds like you were denied a conjugal visit. ;):lol:

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Signing Matt Ryan to twelve million dollar contract was a mistake, and it's starting to play itself out with Blank now supporting eighteen game schedule.

It was very costly and embarrassing to buy tickets so metro Atlanta wouldn't be blacked out during 2008 home games.

It's only a matter of time when the Falcons will ask Ryan politely to restructure or give some of his money back.

Obviously... you haven't been around Atlanta long. Or you're a new Falcon fan.

Otherwise you'd know that when the Falcons are losing, the dome doesn't fill up. When they win... it fills up. 2008 followed a terrible season with a lot of drama from every direction.

It will be different this year.

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Signing Matt Ryan to twelve million dollar contract was a mistake, and it's starting to play itself out with Blank now supporting eighteen game schedule.

It was very costly and embarrassing to buy tickets so metro Atlanta wouldn't be blacked out during 2008 home games.

It's only a matter of time when the Falcons will ask Ryan politely to restructure or give some of his money back.

How many games did you attend?

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He is paid on a yearly contract.. NOT a per game contract... if he wants to be payed per game then when his contract is up he and his agent need to state that in a new contract until then.. .STFU and play or get out of the league. and they are not ADDING games but just simply making 2 of the preseason games into regular season games.

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If I'm not mistaken, the idea is to eliminate 2 preseason games. And they charge tickets for those games. So, since they are replacing them with meaningful games then they have greater revenue potential.

This is more for the advertisers and networks than the fans. The fans pay full price for the preseason games. The networks can not sell as much advertising for those games. The idea is if they make them meaningful then more people will watch, more advertsing, more money for the owners.

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