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R0b1Billion
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5/6/2013 9:30:12 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
The GOP-led Florida legislature just decided that the Fins are not worth a stadium renovation. Given their performance over the last few decades I guess I can see why... even HOFer Dan Marino couldn't do anything with that loser of a franchise. L.A. has been waiting for an opportunity like this to come around, and this is no doubt the best one they are going to have for a long time.

So while the military is inundating the Pacific Ocean with sonar and screwing dolphins and whales up royally, they may be proudly representing them on the football field nearby in a Los Angeles stadium. I suppose the trade-off could be worth it...
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5/7/2013 3:29:52 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 5/6/2013 9:30:12 PM, R0b1Billion wrote:
The GOP-led Florida legislature just decided that the Fins are not worth a stadium renovation. Given their performance over the last few decades I guess I can see why... even HOFer Dan Marino couldn't do anything with that loser of a franchise. L.A. has been waiting for an opportunity like this to come around, and this is no doubt the best one they are going to have for a long time.

So while the military is inundating the Pacific Ocean with sonar and screwing dolphins and whales up royally, they may be proudly representing them on the football field nearby in a Los Angeles stadium. I suppose the trade-off could be worth it...

The Chargers, Rams, and Raiders all left LA. I suppose the Dolphins could do a brief stint there too. As long as it is not my beloved Vikings. Those LA birches already took my Lakers.
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5/8/2013 10:43:51 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
It wouldn't surprise me. Though I'd love to see an NFL team in Topeka.
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5/9/2013 11:37:45 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
California already has three football teams: Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, and San Francisco 49ers. I'm assuming (based on proximity) that most L.A. residents are currently Chargers fans...? Four NFL teams seems like a lot, but then again CA has 5 MLB teams. Something to consider though is how this would affect the conferences. Who would replace the Dolphins in the American Conference East? It would disrupt all of the divisions, methinks. As for the franchise itself, moves to other cities have sometimes been really helpful at generating momentum and taking on a fresh start. I think it would benefit them, though it's probably better for Floridians to keep the team in Miami.
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5/13/2013 2:06:30 AM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 5/9/2013 11:37:45 AM, Danielle wrote:
California already has three football teams: Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, and San Francisco 49ers. I'm assuming (based on proximity) that most L.A. residents are currently Chargers fans...? Four NFL teams seems like a lot, but then again CA has 5 MLB teams. Something to consider though is how this would affect the conferences. Who would replace the Dolphins in the American Conference East? It would disrupt all of the divisions, methinks. As for the franchise itself, moves to other cities have sometimes been really helpful at generating momentum and taking on a fresh start. I think it would benefit them, though it's probably better for Floridians to keep the team in Miami.

Yeah, I don't see this happening... The Jaguars on the other hand...
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