Colts owner has revealed he is tired of the generic place called Indiana. His football team is worth about a buck in Indiana. Tourism in this state is virtually none, nobody goes to Indianapolis unless they have too or forced.
If you landed in Mississippi you would feel like you were Indiana and vice versa. Everybody looks the same and sounds the same and seem like clones, self-righteousness is just the tip of the iceberg in Indiana, these people are dull and boring and are racist. If you have ever watched a Colts game in Indianapolis, it looks like a KKK meeting.
You never see Colts gear out of Indiana, because it is an embarrassment, you can always find loads of Colts gear on clearance even before the season has ended even in a playoff year, it is hard to believe the NFL has a team in this city, Des Moines has more to do than Nap town.
Why do they call it Nap Town? Because it will put you to sleep after being in the city limits for a half of an hour. Sleep town, with nothing to do but worship Hee- Haw. You can even understand the residents when they speak, too much “King of the Hill” influence and worship.
Why would the NFL allow a team with that condones old Southern Ways?
This is why the Colts owner hangs out in L.A. the majority of the time. There is culture and 10 million things to do on any given day, and the weather is always good, no snow or oppressive humidity that makes you feel gross.
The Colts would be worth billions with a move to L.A. Not only that the Colts would sell gear all over the globe..
The Colts and Rams in the same city would be epic for the football fans of L.A.
As of now the Colts owner has a way to move this team to L.A. before another AFC team jumps ahead. QB Andrew Luck deserves a better place to play than in a indoor barn.
The Colts would play at the Pasadena Rose Bowl in 70 degree weather until the new L.A. venue is completed. It would be great to see that Colt Blue under sunshine instead of a barn.
Note: To all you legalistic persons, the Raiders and Browns both had decade long leases with their current cities before they moved to their new homes, stop playing the lease card.