Demand For Rams Tickets Still Down Despite Strong Play Against Seahawks
When Sam Bradford tore his ACL in Week 7 of the NFL season the St. Louis Rams looked destined for failure. However, the Rams were able to stare adversity in the eyes and come out in their first game since the injury against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football and quite many of the doubters as they went step for step with one of the best teams in the league for 48 minutes.
St. Louis lost 14-9 in the end but not before backup quarterback Kellen Clemens led them to a chance to win the game as they had fourth and goal but were unable to convert as time expired. There are many positive aspects to take away from the Rams loss as they played great defense and special teams and if Clemens can limit his turnovers they will have a good chance to win any game they play in.
The Tennessee Titans have one of the stingiest defenses in the league and finally have Jake Locker back under center. The Titans matchup nicely with the Rams, who do not have a great run defense and Chris Johnson should have his first breakout performance of the season.
Over the span of their last two home games the Rams have had unbelievably low get in prices of $5 and $7 for the Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans respectively. This can be attributed mostly to Bradford’s injury as the team will not be as good and fans don’t want to play a lot to see them. Additionally the St. Louis Cardinals are in the World Series and many fans who would have went to the Rams-Seahawks game chose to go to Busch Stadium instead. For these reasons, Rams tickets are currently down 24% from last week for a current average price of $75.
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