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Economic Depression Might End the Depression of Many Bengals Fans

Published by on June 3, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

Empty seats at Paul Brown Stadium and viewings of the CBS Movie of the Week on Bengals’ game days might just be the leverage needed to declare victory in the Who Dey Revolution.  

Andrew Simon and an army of Bengals fans frustrated with the current state of the team are hoping the 2009 season might be the tipping point in the fight to force owner Mike Brown hire a general manager.  

That is why revolutionaries in and around in Cincinnati are hoping an economic hit like blackouts on television and boycotts of season tickets could be the impetus of change in Cincinnati.  

“Bengals fans are upset with what’s going on,” Simon said Wednesday in an exclusive...

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