Jets haven't been moved..and they are basically the lesser team no one likes. This is the same. It's unimportant, doesn't matter.stop wasting your breath on such trivial junk. The owners will do what they want,when they feel like it. Make up a story as to why..and you'll believe it no matter what i...
Claremontram wrote:Good. The Chargers belong in San Diego. The fans down there were very loyal. LA will never be a viable market for a San Diego team.
Clearly this is a move to solve issues in NFL cities like Seattle, Nashville and Buffalo.
I hope this all ends in a disaster with -the Spanos family forced to sell the team -the NFL forced to subsidize a new NFL stadium in San Diego
Last game I had a security lady confiscate the cases to my binoculars. States they are against the rules. I have been bringing them since season 1 game 1 and at worst they wanted to look through them to confirm they were not those drink carrying ones. She said nope not allowed and told me to take t...
The NFL has got to relent on the single owner/no teams in other cities rules. As the prices for a team hit $2.5 billion they're going to have ease up or teams won't be able to pass down to children and/or stay in the same city.
SWAdude wrote:You guys?Interesting. And telling.And ultimately, illogical.How about we keep this about Paul Allen and his family and friends. Like mine.
We were three degrees of separation from Paul Allen. Very kind man to all in his crowd. He was one owner who Championed the move back to LA. A good owner of a team is as essential as a franchise QB. I certainly don't need to tell this crowd. He was a Champion on many levels. RIP Paul Allen. He also...
LARams_1963 wrote:You're a real Ram no matter what city you played in. And the Warner's are some of the classiest people around. Truly generous and loving people.
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