Getting fans out for Chargers fans was already a tall task, but they aren’t the only team in town who struggles to get fan support on the regular.
Days before the NFC Championship game, the team as well as players and their wives tried desperately to get Rams fans to not only sell their tickets, but to show up in full force to cheer the team on against the 49ers. It did not work as there was a sea of red inside SoFi Stadium.
Unlike the results in the regular season, the Rams overcame the road atmoshpere at home and pulled out the comeback victory.
According to the NFL’s website, both the Bengals and the Rams have rallies at their home stadiums for fans to celebrate their team. Over 30,000 fans showed up for the underdog Bengals, but the same cannot be said for the home team.
The scene in Cincinnati:
The terrible scene for the Rams:
The team’s Twitter account knew just how embarrasing the showing was, which is why they never showed any crowd shots:
This is not looking good for the Super Bowl, as Bengals fans have a shot to take the stadium over and make it a home game.