I know the Texan's organization believes that the average season ticket holder always has the option of voting with their feet. Financial pressure will no doubt override McNair's or anybody’s calm patience... and will screw up the best of intentions.
Although I admit that the attending the games is a great experience.... I believe it is the anticipation of winning that got me to shell out over $8k for PSL and two season tickets a year ago. Somebody needs to check my recollection, but didn't I read that one the largest attendance levels last year was a pre-season game??? The point... the anticipation of just a winning season is an extremely powerful element of what makes the "Houston Texan's game day experience". So it would take Houston going 7-9 a couple of seasons in a row before I look for someplace else to put my entertainment dollars.