I’m looking forward to that…. I’ll only be 93 years old!Sorry, but a domed stadium is inevitable. But, considering how long it took for gambling to be ratified in this largely bucolic state, and the idea of legalized marijuana to be considered, I would look for domed stadia in Cleveland and Cincinnati to happen around 2250.
Is that pesky river still smoldering? tsk-tskVery mean spirited comment. Not all major league cities have burning rivers!
I believe the Bengals will ask for a new stadium as early as this offseason. With Paul Brown needing half a billion in repairs they‘ll push that the smart thing to do would just build a new one. And I really think strong consideration will be given to either a dome or retractable roof.
Use momentum of a winning team and possibility of hosting the Super Bowl to sway voters
Even if you ever wanted to move them, Columbus would never be a place to go. Too much Ohio State, and that's not changing.Very mean spirited comment. Not all major league cities have burning rivers!
Even if you ever wanted to move them, Columbus would never be a place to go. Too much Ohio State, and that's not changing.
If you're the Bengals, you have to ask for a new stadium while the iron is hot. You've got a good young team, a franchise quarterback and the fans are geeked about the team. Now does that mean they get a new stadium, who knows.
CorrectCincinnati voters are going to be pretty wary, since they really got ripped off with the last stadium " deal."
“Never let the tax payers know all the details”, is what the owners tell the county commissioners. Unless the tax payers in all NFL cities put there foot down then it’ll be teams threatening to leave/leaving for new stadium deals instead of spending their own money to build a stadium that is 98% beneficial to their bottom line.