Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Steelers Look for Home Field Advantage Under the Arch

It seems that the St. Louis Rams are not enjoying any more support than when they played in Anaheim.

An article from the Associated Press (and posted on the website of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reveals that the Rams' players are quite frustrated with the numbers of fans entering the Edward Jones Dome who are supporting the visiting team:

"Running back Steven Jackson, the most outspoken of the Rams, said after Sunday's 33-14 loss to the Packers that it felt like playing at Lambeau Field minus the frozen tundra. So many disenchanted fans sold their tickets to visitors that the crowd was close to an even split.

'It's a joke,' Jackson said

Here's hoping the weeknight game doesn't keep supporters of the Black & Gold away.

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