Found June 18, 2012 on This Given Sunday:
Teams in Florida have trouble selling seats. That's a fact. There's a laundry list of possible reasons for the phenomena, but the fact remains that the Jacksonville Jaguars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Miami Dolphins play with a lot of empty seats on Sundays. The Dolphins may be looking to change that. According to Armando Salguero the Miami Herald, the Dolphins may be interested in removing or covering up some of their 35,000 upper deck seats. Sun Life Stadium has more upper deck seats than any other team in the NFL, and that's a big problem for the team. Florida teams aren't alone in their battle to sell tickets. The Bills, Raiders, Chargers, Bengals, and others have struggled in recent years to sell tickets. Many of the teams struggling to sell out their stadiums reside in southern, coastal cities. As an aside, teams do not have to sell out the entire stadium to avoid a blackout. For example, the Jaguars didn't have any blackouts last season, but they al...
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