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On 4/19/2018 at 9:59 AM, LinderFournette said:

A pool, a dog park what's next? A go-cart track

Seriously... how drunk was the guy that designed that stadium? Too big for the supporting city, then adds in a pool, now a dog park... maybe they could also add a kid zone with rock climbing walls and giant hamsterball wrestling.

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14 minutes ago, Boltstrikes said:

Seriously... how drunk was the guy that designed that stadium? Too big for the supporting city, then adds in a pool, now a dog park... maybe they could also add a kid zone with rock climbing walls and giant hamsterball wrestling.

you do realize the stadium also Hosts the Worlds Largest Cocktail party aka Florida vs Georgia and that was the venue BEFORE the jags came into existence.  sure the stadium is a lil big for the area but we Have NO TARPS anymore so clearly the Team is doing something right. we can hold around 69 thousand. 

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4 hours ago, LinderFournette said:
9 hours ago, RuskieTitan said:

Perhaps in the future they will consider adding the Franchise Quarterback attraction to their stadium as well, and not just in the visitor's locker room.

is that before or After the titans get 1 as well

Titans haven't had to resort to tarps and swimming pools to boost attendance.

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2 hours ago, Boltstrikes said:

Seriously... how drunk was the guy that designed that stadium? Too big for the supporting city, then adds in a pool, now a dog park... maybe they could also add a kid zone with rock climbing walls and giant hamsterball wrestling.

The same things that Jacksonville gets blasted for are same reasons Dallas gets praised for.

The stadium was too big (due to Gator Bowl), but the pools actually made it smaller while being able to charge a premium for it (solves two problems in one solution, not sure how that's a bad thing)

Not sure what their complete plans are but keep in mind they are planning a complete entertainment hub around the stadium, so it's possible the dog park will be used not only for football games.

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13 hours ago, Speedyg said:

The same things that Jacksonville gets blasted for are same reasons Dallas gets praised for.

The stadium was too big (due to Gator Bowl), but the pools actually made it smaller while being able to charge a premium for it (solves two problems in one solution, not sure how that's a bad thing)

Not sure what their complete plans are but keep in mind they are planning a complete entertainment hub around the stadium, so it's possible the dog park will be used not only for football games.

Cause Jerry for all his woes as a GM actually knows how to market as a owner.

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On 4/20/2018 at 8:43 AM, sp6488 said:

I'm sorry to break it to you, but I think after 20,000 years or so we can say with some confidence that it is not a fad that will be going away any time soon.

I'm talking about how people feel the need to bring their dogs everywhere. The grocery store, home depot, the malls, now a football stadium. I think it's a little much that's all.

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