Yes it’s time. Sacramento has reached the level it takes to have a NFL Team. Loyalty and population growth.
Just look at Sacramento Kings. This team has never won anything but a Gold Sticker that says, “Atta Boys!” Once the Raiders move to Southern California, it will oppressive for the 4 Charger fans left.
This would entertain a division switch to keep the Chargers and the Raiders separate. Raider fans have no mercy on Charger fans and destroying their stadium. The Spanos Family which has control of the Chargers is from the Valley. Stockton to be exact, which is 40 miles south of Sacramento.
Sacramento is a great sports town that is unknown. It’s proven it’s worth with the Sacramento River Cats as well, each year this minor league club leads the league in attendance. We all know all about the Kings which Mayor Kevin Johnson fought and the residents as well to keep in town.
Knowing another NBA franchise would come back to Sacramento, probably a better one, Mayor Johnson and the loyalty of the local residents is amazing and worth of notice. Let’s face the Sacramento Kings are not a winning franchise and basically have been bottom feeders for years.
Any other Mayor or residents would have thrown this franchise out-of-town, but loyalty is hard to find and the Mayor and the city have it.
The Chargers would be foolish not to consider Sacramento as home, they also have a great relationship with the San Francisco 49ers.
San Diego is the worst sports town in America. The Chargers, Padres and Aztecs never have a home field advantage, and have a hard time selling out even when they are winning. San Diego is a glorified Jacksonville.
It sucks and the weather is not perfect as the myth continues. What you have is wannabees, who live in the shadow of L.A. and extremely stuck up and snotty people who think they are better than everyone else. The NFL is too good for San Diegans, unless money is involved for their drug habits.
They live in a delusion, and sports wise they don’t deserve a Pee Wee football team. San Diego is the place where meth infected the whole nation. They sell their Charger tickets to other team’s fans in order to support their drug habits, you didn’t know San Diego is the worst town in the nation for drugs?
Why? The Masters at the top hide it, and blame other cities, so they can keep tourist blinded to how shitty their city is, hey San Diego has to feed its bread gobblers, they need the tourism.
Deception is the way of life in San Diego.
Of course they point to L.A and San Francisco to satisfy their tourist and their self-righteousness.
It’s time to give the Chargers a good home with loyal fans. who care about their city and work hard.
Sacramento has proven itself. Unlike San Diego, it does not worship itself.
The division switch is simple.
There are ties between the Spanos family and the Sacramento Stockton area, this would only work if the Raiders leave Northern California.
It would be a thrill to see the Chargers play in front of a sold out stadium with a home field advantage in Sacramento.
The Chargers and 49ers have been great friends over the years and could enjoy two games a year with one and another.
To the Spanos family consider your roots and the loyalty of Northern California and Sacramento. To the Mayor of Sacramento your loyalty and hard work are tremendous virtues.
Sacramento Chargers 2015!
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