The most common opposition I have hear so far has been. "You have to speak with your dollars". Don't show up. Don't spend money on them. Don't give them your dollars. Blackout. Empty stadium.
The money for season ticket holders is spend and done. But there are more and more empty seats at Arrowhead each week. The boos rain down and we don't do it because it is fun or it is a neat thing to do. You know what that sound is? Grown men (and women too... but let's be realistic here) crying. Crying like they are a teenager having to break up with the love of his life because she is too selfish to care.
Woo... free jerseys.
People that were going to buy tickets to a football game at Arrowhead are likely to be the casual observers. The people that are... "Yay... we know the chants" "Woo! We stand up on 3rd downs right?" will be the typical Arrowhead goer in 2003. No fire in the crowd because there is no longer any pride left in the ones invested in the franchise and in the history.
Who reading this remembers Arrowhead stadium in the 90's and the late 00's? How thunderous and scary our stadium was. You couldn't talk to the person next to you on defensive 3rd downs. We would brag that we were rookie breakers. We would cause the offense to false start. They would have to take time outs to regroup. We caused Ryan Leaf's epic meltdown. The last time I can remember the crowd being "Arrowhead" was the Thanksgiving Day game.