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Old 09-18-2017, 10:46 AM
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I was disgusted with a lot of the Chargers fans there. I suppose when only the rich can go for most seats, this is what we get. I get that we got over 105 decibel levels multiple times yesterday, but it was only AFTER big plays. We could not get our section engaged at all, even for 3rd downs to create a homefield. We even had one older Chargers fan behind us telling us to stop standing and making so much noise. Never ran into this issue in 13 years of season tickets.

That stadium carries sound and is designed to amplify it. As proven with how loud it got after big plays, including when they shot the cannon off as if we won in the end with the missed field goal. I saw an issue with the actual fans not being engaged and making noise when they should. Then you have hoity toity fans telling other Chargers fans to stop getting loud and standing up for big plays. I hope this improves, but if this is the current season ticket holder base then it is what it is.
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Old 09-18-2017, 10:49 AM
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I was disgusted with a lot of the Chargers fans there. I suppose when only the rich can go for most seats, this is what we get. I get that we got over 105 decibel levels multiple times yesterday, but it was only AFTER big plays. We could not get our section engaged at all, even for 3rd downs to create a homefield. We even had one older Chargers fan behind us telling us to stop standing and making so much noise. Never ran into this issue in 13 years of season tickets.

That stadium carries sound and is designed to amplify it. As proven with how loud it got after big plays, including when they shot the cannon off as if we won in the end with the missed field goal. I saw an issue with the actual fans not being engaged and making noise when they should. Then you have hoity toity fans telling other Chargers fans to stop getting loud and standing up for big plays. I hope this improves, but if this is the current season ticket holder base then it is what it is.
It'll be loud for the raider game. Just not the way you want.

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Old 09-18-2017, 10:52 AM
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It was loud when the dolphins kicked the go-ahead figgy.
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http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-...917-story.html
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Sounds like a SD Tribune article, not good coming from the Times.
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Sounds like a SD Tribune article, not good coming from the Times.
This may shock a few of the more zealous types, but perhaps there is veracity to the SD opinions?
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This may shock a few of the more zealous types, but perhaps there is veracity to the SD opinions?
You think?
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I was disgusted with a lot of the Chargers fans there. I suppose when only the rich can go for most seats, this is what we get. I get that we got over 105 decibel levels multiple times yesterday, but it was only AFTER big plays. We could not get our section engaged at all, even for 3rd downs to create a homefield. We even had one older Chargers fan behind us telling us to stop standing and making so much noise. Never ran into this issue in 13 years of season tickets.

That stadium carries sound and is designed to amplify it. As proven with how loud it got after big plays, including when they shot the cannon off as if we won in the end with the missed field goal. I saw an issue with the actual fans not being engaged and making noise when they should. Then you have hoity toity fans telling other Chargers fans to stop getting loud and standing up for big plays. I hope this improves, but if this is the current season ticket holder base then it is what it is.
I warned you during the pre season and you dismissed it
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Old 09-18-2017, 01:02 PM
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I warned you during the pre season and you dismissed it
It can get loud, as seen after good plays. The issue is getting these librarians to do anything on 3rd down before the play.

On a side note. Pretty awesome of the cannon guy to shoot the cannon as the kick went past the goals, tricking all of us to think the kick was good.
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MEH!
All this will change if they start winning. Plain and simple. The RAMS who are supposed to belong haven't sold out, nor filled their seats either.
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