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For much of the game it sounded like a library. As much as a contingent of 9ers fans that were allegedly in attendance they barely made any noise. Unlike SBXLVIII where we all remember Joe Buck saying “It is LOUD in here!!”

12s were loud and proud.

Apparently the 9ers fans were too busy eating crab cakes and drinking Chardonnay to clap and cheer?
 

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The only reason SB 48 was loud if you all remember was because the weather forecast scared away all the rich casual football fans, ticket prices dropped significantly (for a superbowl) and more "real" fans were willing to go and possibly end up in a blizzard (which did not happen).
 

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The only reason SB 48 was loud if you all remember was because the weather forecast scared away all the rich casual football fans, ticket prices dropped significantly (for a superbowl) and more "real" fans were willing to go and possibly end up in a blizzard (which did not happen).
Yeah, it was more like an Avalanche.
 

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Vegas is the perfect storm for an extremely corporate and lousy fan experience for the Super Bowl. Like 20,000 fewer tickets were available to that smaller stadium than met life.
 
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