With no fans in the stadium you almost cant help but to hear all the jingles/songs/stadium theatre stuff in between EVERY (god damn) play during these games.
Was watching some classic Giants games on youtube where the atmosphere in a way created itself and all it took was say Bob Sheppard to say 3rd down and everyone made some noise pending the situation.
I for one feel the atmosphere in Stadiums including ours became so dumbed down. Do we really need a song in between every play and the ribbon boards flashing with text to keep us entertained for 35 seconds? The guy that screams its 3rd down every time? It seems so collegy/gimmicky. Doesnt it take away from the authenticity of the atmosphere? Its interesting seeing the growth of soccer in the US where this stuff doesnt exist and the crowd creates their own culture versus the likes of say this direction or what we see in the NBA.
Just curious of the boards thoughts especially those who held tickets throughout the years.