There were 30,000 people at Paul Brown Stadium Monday night for the Bengals' Super Bowl pep rally. It looks like it was one hell of a time. So surely the Los Angeles Rams, playing in a Super Bowl in their home stadium, had a pep rally of equal or greater excitement, right?
I was sure this was a joke when I first saw it. Was this thing at a high school?! That would be embarrassing attendance for an actual high school football game where I'm from and that's what the Rams had show up for their Super Bowl pep rally — again, a Super Bowl being played in their brand new home stadium.
We gotta do something about this Stan Kroenke fella. I hear Troopz go on and on about how he's ruining Arsenal. He moved the Rams to L.A. and told the entire city of St. Louis to go fuck itself so he could live in Beverly Hills. Seems like a pretty bad hang if you ask me.
I can't wait to see Kroenke witness a Super Bowl being played in his stadium with his team in front of a majority of Bengals fans. If the pep rallies are any indication, I think we can reasonably expect about 5,000 Rams fans make the arduous journey from Santa Clarita to the game on Sunday.