Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Risen Star, Jan 11, 2017.
Gonna be a big fat fail. L.A. is not a good football market.
San Diego Charges are leaving... heading to LA... wonder if it has to due with the "security guard" incident. A bunch of jerk offs! Beat the city out of a lot of money. Hopefully there's a happy ending!
Los Angeles Chargers. Pffftttt.
If you're an NFL team in Cali, you're moving. Even SF moved to San Jose.
They will be in Oakland within 6 years once the Raiders leave.
I hate to hear this. I feel bad for San Diego Charger fans.
So divisional rival within the same city where no football previously existed for 20 years...
Oh, the Raiders haven't moved there yet? Never mind.
Temporary move. Rams will dominate the LA market.
Looks like the Chargers will move to Frankfurt,.Germany in tandem with Jax relocation to London. NFL wants two teams in Europe - better for logistics.
Raiders are going to Las Vegas.
San Diego isn't a good football market, either.
When they started their franchise in 1960 they were the Los Angeles Chargers.
A stunner? Most of us were expecting this to happen when news this might happen broke several months ago. Not stunning at all. More like expected.
Seriously, it took them about 6 weeks to lose interest in the Rams.
And before I was born the team in Dallas used to be called the Texans.
Dallas Texans. Pffftttt.
living in San Diego, I and most of the people really dont care (obviously). Who wants to pay higher taxes for a stadium that will then raise prices to unreasonable levels. Then your stuck not wanting to shell out money for the game but having to pay the new taxes anyway. I'd rather have Quallcom and lower prices. who cares that the stadium is old. I'm going to see the teams not the stadium. The days of seeing/affording 4-6 games a year are gone. now its becoming an expensive treat to see 1 game every 2 years.
They and Rams are 1.5 hours away if I want to pay the new prices.
Wow there new Logo is horrible:
Dodgers knockoff! Tacky
Playing in a LA Galaxy's 27,000 seater stadium for the next couple of years.
This really is temporary. Germany beckons.