The Packers do a great job trying to determine what the fans think about the entire game day experience. Most of it is rating different things on a 1-5 or 5-1 scale. "How easy is it to get in to the stadium? Do you like our food? Are the prices reasonable?" Things like that.
Then there was a place for me to make comments.What, if anything, can the Packers do to improve your experience at Lambeau Field?
Crowd noise. It needs to be better. MUCH BETTER when the Packers are on defense. As a suggestion have a PSA before the game and at halftime where a video of Matt explains to fans we need to to
1. Stand when the team is on defense.
2. Cheer/make noise from the moment the play clock begins. This will make it difficult for the other qb to hear the call. Cheer as loud as you can all the way until the ball is snapped.
4. Sit down when the Packers are on offense.
5. Eat your hot dog/ take a drink and get ready for the next time we are on defense.
Throughout the entire game fans only nominally made noise when the Pats were at the line of scrimmage. It wasn't until the Pats last two 4th quarter possessions and the OT that the fans really attempted to be heard. Show how loud it is for the Packers when they are on the road and compare it to the effort we make.
The Packers flash on the Tundravision videos of various players asking for the fans to stand and make noise. They put the decibel meter readings up to encourage the crowd to get louder along with a couple of other messages to encourage the fans to get involved. They really don't work very well. I think part of it is there is a belief they need to wait until the players are lined up before they have to make noise. I also don't think they understand how much more noise they will make when they stand.
I know MLF cares about crowd noise otherwise he wouldn't be talking about it after the game. He wouldn't be waving his arms to get the fans involved. The players care too or they wouldn't be trying to get the fans to make noise.