Mike Francesa’s Latest Reason To Bash the Jets: Personal Seat Licenses

May 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Let's put a few things right up front: PSLs are evil.
Personal Seat Licenses afford the owner the option to purchase season tickets for whichever seats he or she has a PSL. They are one of the worst developments to strike sports fandom since $8 beers and paying $30 for parking. They are just another way for greedy owners to bleed fans dry. Fans hate them.
WFAN's Mike Francesa said as much on his radio show Thursday, when he opened with a rant concerning a story in the New York Post, where Jets owner Woody Johnson admitted that the team had about 10,000 PSLs left unsold.
What Francesa then spent the next hour-plus screaming about was how Johnson "threatened" Jets fans with blackouts if the PSLs did not sell.
Except Johnson never said that.
The reporter asked Johnson specifically if the Jets would either reduce the PSL prices or sell seats with unsold PSLs for individual games.
The quote: “No, we're not going to do that," Johnson said of selling the lo...

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