You think Ziggy's face was red when after we lost 31-3 to the Packers. Imagine his face when he learned that the Humpty Dump had collapsed. That's 12.5 percent of his regular-season game day revenues that they put on their balance sheet at the start of the year, for one of the most cash strapped teams in the league. Now would be the time to blow that thing to the ground and start over. Or as BNAG stated yesterday, but the teflon off the roof entirely ... there's your outdoor stadium. How embarassing. Perfect ending to the season, however, that had SuperBowl aspirations but has become quote a joke.
60,000 tickets at $35 apiece = $2.1 million
60,000 fans spending an everage of $40 each = $2.4 million
That's $4.5 million, and those are low-end estimates. That doesn't include the people that own parking lots, that serve drinks before the game, that wait tables after the game, sell T-shirts and jerseys.