L.A Colts

Irony is a beautiful. These two had former owners(Rams and Colts) that swapped deeds to these franchises in the early 70′s. If these two end up in the same city, minds would be blown.

Of course those two former owner are gone and new owners are now Masters of the Rams and Colts. However L.A. needs an AFC team to go with the Rams.

The Raiders are the favorite on the list, as Los Angeles Raider fans are double in size, and stronger than ever, and ready for a return in a new venue. The Raiders play in a place that should be called the “Outhouse” as opposed to the “O”. Tarps are the norm to cover up the lack of attendance, and a reports on those who attend are inflated and lied about.

The Jacksonville Jaguars with their tarps and a tiny market average more than the Raiders do. The Bay Area is the 5th going on the fourth largest market in the country, so there are plenty of people to watch and attend football.

However, it’s an area that has fans of other teams and the with the San Francisco 49ers getting ready to play in a luxury venue, they will be the Masters of the area. Heck, even Cowboy fans out number Raider fans, as proved when the Cowboys visited San Francisco a couple of years ago, even the players of the 49ers said they felt like they were on the road.

So what does this have to do with the Colts? Well their current owner keeps have legal troubles and may be forced to sell the team. Yes, owners have to be punished too. There is a line of Wealthy persons from L.A. that would love to own the Colts and bring them to L.A.

Even a division switch would be perfect.

If the Colts would move to L.A. it would be an easy switch.

Example:

AFC West
Denver
L.A. Colts
San Diego
Raiders

AFC South
Houston
Kansas City
Tennessee
Jacksonville

Too easy.

Plus who wouldn’t want to see Andrew Luck vs Peyton Manning twice a year?

Raider fans in L.A. would be upset, but their owner chooses to stay in a dead market and sign retreads and recyclable Coaches. They will never be able to sign big time names if they stay where they are at. Only a move to L.A. would double the value and bring the top Athletes to L.A.

So it’s his choice, however the screen door is closing and the Colts could be the AFC team to play in L.A. with Andrew Luck as the starting QB.

Once again we shall wait and see!

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One Down

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Master Rams owner Stan Kroenke has purchased 60 acres of land near Hollywood Park, in Inglewood. If you go back in time, this was the land Former Owner Al Davis wanted for the L.A. Raiders. The late Davis also was interested in Irwindale. All deals failed.

It is safe to say the Rams are returning to Los Angeles County after the 2014 season,unless Owner Stan Kroenke is buying the land so he can have huge bon fires and Keg parties. The Rams will be free of St Louis at the end of next season. No more snow ever. No more oppressive humidity.

As reported via L.A. Times, this is actually a true story, unlike the many message boards that have had wolf cries.

If you are a Rams fan who loved the Los Angeles franchise, it’s time to dust off your old caps and shirts. It’s time to purchase L.A. Rams items as opposed to St Louis. It’s time to burn all things with St. Louis Rams on them.

For those in St Louis, who will be heartbroken, all three of you, this was never your team. This team ws moved out of spite by an owner who was more interested in the players looks, than winning.

If your a St. Louis fan, Shahid Kahn know becomes your hero. He wanted the Rams in the first place, because he has ties to the St Louis area. So look to him, possibly bringing the Jaguars to Missouri.

The good news is, the St Louis Jaguars could swap divisions easily, they can stay right where there at.

St Louis Jaguars possible division swap:

Houston Texans
Indianapolis Colts
Tennessee Titans
St. Louis Jaguars

No harm , no foul.

For L.A. football fans:

No Vikings.

No Buccaneers

No Falcons

No Panthers

No Cardinals

The Los Angeles Rams will be the first NFC team to return to Southern California.

As for a second team. It would have to be from the AFC. Only two teams are left. The Raiders and the Dolphins. Flip a coin. My money is on the Raiders, since they have the biggest following L.A. next to the Rams.

The Dolphins could be the sleeper of it all.

Los Angeles Rams 2015!!!

Welcome Back!!

L.A. Verdict Is In..

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All the obsession of what and when a team would be returning to L.A. is about to come to an end.

2014-2015 will be a season of moves. 3 teams could possibly be in their correct area.

What teams?

Which teams wont be moving to L.A.

1. San Diego Chargers: The Chargers are planning on staying. The Mayor just have to sort out the location.

San Diego has a better chance of moving to Salt Lake City than L.A.

Chargers owners know moving to Los Angeles would be the death of the Bolts.

Once the politics sort out, the Chargers will likely get a new venue near Down Town.

2. Buffalo Bills: Really? You think L.A. would want this losing franchise in their region? No. The Buffalo Bills are the Minnesota Vikings of the AFC. Biggest losers in the AFC. The Bills could never build a fan base in L.A. Why? Because they suck and will continue to suck until they move to Toronto. This city has a following for the Bills and will put tons of money into this team to make it a winner. Buffalo is where the dead go to die. There is nothing to do in Buffalo but eat and eat. Toronto has it all.

Blue Jays
Bills
Maple Leafs
Raptors

Sounds complete, and the Bills would triple in value. Buffalo is a pile of shit.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars: This team was born to move. The NFL put the Jaguars in Jacksonville, knowing they would fail. Florida belongs to the Dolphins and the Bucs. The Florida Gators rule Jacksonville, and will never embrace the Jaguars. They have tarps to cover the seats. If you lived in Florida, you will never see a Jaguars shirt. The Dolphins, Bucs, Gators, Seminoles and Hurricanes are the teams. The Jaguars are about as popular the Tampa Bay Rays. The NFL chose San Antonio, Birmingham, Portland and even L.A. over Jacksonville, so there was an agenda.

The NFL knew someday that they would go global, and London would be the city. The Jaguars are perfect for London. Many persons in London, like the Jaguars. This team will not be losers for long. The owner Shahid Khan will put tons of cash into this team once they officially move to London. He won’t put a dime into this team as long as it is in Jacksonville.

London fans need to get ready to have their own team and watch how much money is put into this team to make it the best. Khan knows what he is doing and he will make this team a winner.

London Jaguars even sounds correct!!

Teams that will be coming to L.A.

1. L.A. Rams: What a shock. Lease is up next season. Rams owner has a home in Southern California, the Coach is a Southern California naïve.

The Rams have the strongest following next to the Raiders in L.A. They are already getting the “L.A.” shirts ready, Pasadena Rose Bowl has offered its services until the new venue is complete in 2016.

Do we need more proof?

Rams are coming home.

2. Raiders: The venue is open. L.A. can hold two teams. It needs an AFC team. Mark Davis will never get full sellouts in a 52,000 tarp covered stadium up North. The Raiders rank last in value. They would triple in value, and they have a fan base waiting for them to come home. Davis would be able to sign key free agents, instead of getting left overs that destroy the team. The 70′s are over, and the Raiders need to move. L.A. is so perfect for them, it will be up to Mark Davis what he does, but the door is open to L.A.

3. Miami Dolphins: Friends here is your sleeper team. the city voted no on expanding Sun Life Stadium, and the crowds are not as big as they used to be. You know the Los Angeles Dolphins sounds kind of cool.

The L.A. Rams Are Free After 2014

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Never will they be called the St Louis Rams, the owner moved the team out of spite. It was unfair. Run the team into the ground and blame the fans in Southern California for not showing up to see a lame product.

Ram followers in Southern California, you already know, but it never hurts to be reminded.

The Los Angeles Rams can be released by the Edwards Jones Dome prison officials and the city of St Louis after 2014. The Rams could be playing at the Rose Bowl for the 2014 season. What an opportunity.

Rose Bowl or Edward Jones Dome. Let me think? Expect it L.A. Rams, your team will be paroled in one more season, and your head Coach is a native of Southern California, be patient and go out and find those retro L.A. Rams jerseys.

The original, not these Notre Dame copycats.

When the Rams return to L.A., They should honor the original blue and white uniforms, the ones Deacon Jones and Merlin Olsen played in until the new venue in L.A. is complete, then go back to The 1979 NFC Champions digs. Those in St Louis, you better start kissing Jags owner Shahid Khan’s rectum if you want a team back in St Louis. Khan has ties to that area, and could replace the Rams with the Jaguars. Of course it probably won’t happen as London is calling the Jaguars!

Hollywood Park Site Is Alive!

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Hollywood Park was originally where Al Davis wanted to build a new stadium for his L.A. Raiders.  Had this venue been built, the Raiders would still be in L.A.

It has been authenticated that a few teams are watching and showing interest in have a stadium in this site.  Only 2 teams that we know about.  Of course it’s the 2 that left.  Mark Davis has even admitted he is monitoring the Hollywood Park and any L.A. stadium issues.  Of course Raider fans in L.A. need to know a few things.

The Raiders lease at their current venue is up after 2013.  Basically 3 months.  The current stadium they are in doesn’t sell out on constant basis and uses tarps to hide its shame of lack of fan support.  Even with tickets as low as 5 dollars they still have trouble selling out.  Unless the Steelers or Cowboys are in town(Cowboy and Steeler fans snatch up these tickets) the Raiders have issues at selling tickets.  Some of he cheapest tickets in the league.

Plus the current venue the Raiders play at has sewage problems, the pipes are backing up into the dug outs and onto the field.  This stadium is finished.  If the teams leave it will probably be exterminated, it’s the bad. Small and smelly.

With the 49ers new luxury stadium and mall will be ready next year.  The 49ers are taking over the local fan base as number one.

A couple more playoff seasons and a couple more Raider seasons under 500, and they are finished.  L.A. is where the Raiders belong, Mark Davis can make tons of money, and more light is shined on the Raiders in Southern California due to the area.  Raider Nation was born in L.A.  This is why you see Raider fans at opposing stadiums, even rivals, before L.A., there was never a fan base outside its original home.  In fact when the Raiders traveled to Denver, they couldn’t get of the bus, because Broncos fans were throwing so much garbage at them.  They always had to get in and get out of retro Mile High.  Before the Black Hole there were they South Stands at Mile High Stadium.  These were 3 times larger than the Black Hole, and you never ever wore any other teams colors, and if a Raider fan was found in these stands, the penalty was death. The South Stands was so hardcore that when playing the San Francisco 49ers,they were going for the game winning field goal, when the ball was kicked it was heading through the uprights until a South Stands fan threw a huge snowball perfectly to hit the pigskin and turned it right, making it miss.  That’s passion.  There quite a few incidents that we can’t talk about due to the graphic nature.  But Raider fan was never found in this location, or even around Mile High stadium in the pre L.A. days.

Like all new things Invesco Field became highly prices and you will find the elite Bronco Fans out numbering the Joe Six Pack Bronco fans.  Yet they are still loud and passionate and love the Broncos, but you find a few Raider fans scattered around the Invesco Field.  A simple no-no back in retro Mile High Days.

No Bronco fan would ever sell their tickets to an opposing fan, especially a Raider fan in the Retro Mile High Days. Now, since the internet and money always rules the masses, this happens.  Invesco is completely sold out, so the only way an opposing fan can get in, if a Bronco Ticket holder sells his ticket.  With the internet and making offers they cant refuse who can blame them for selling their seats and staying home and watching the game.  It’s much cheaper. The retro Mile High when Joe Six Pack ruled and reign no tickets were sold to the enemy and the prices for beer, parking and Hot Dogs, were quite cheaper.  Not anymore.  Why we understand when loyal fans sell their tickets to an opposing fan, they make too much money of it.  Times have changed in the NFL.   It’s becoming more college like in fan attendance, in the NCAA fans of the opposing teams can be found at every game -even if it is the most hated rival, this is a rule.  This is what makes the games more intense and fun.  The NFL is slowly having this happen, there is no current rule, but a few seasons ago the Cowboys visited Candlestick Park.  There were just as many Cowboy fans as 49er ones- and they were louder than the 49er fans.  Everyone noticed it. The media the newspapers, the players, Cowboy players loved it. Now if Candlestick is sold out through out the year, how did these Bay Area Cowboy fans get in, the 49er fans sold them their tickets.  There is a giant Cowboy fan base both in Northern and Southern California, and they showed it  at Candlestick Park.  Let’s just say if the Cowboys moved to California they would have a strong if not stronger fan base than the local teams.

So we can only suspect the Raiders and Rams were interested in Hollywood Park.  Could the Vikings be as well, their stadium issues are not set in stone.

I don’t know, I do know one thing the Rams and Raiders have the biggest fan bases in L.A. football wise.

For football in L.A. fans, it wont be much longer, The Raiders lease is up in 2013, and the Rams can leave their lease in 2014.

The Chargers are going to get a new venue in San Diego and stay at home. Which is smart, because Raider fans in L.A. would not have to travel 2 hours to San Diego and would completely take over the stadium and destroy the Charger fan base.

The Jaguars will probably be the team to move over seas.  They will be playing many games in London and it looks like they are being groomed for England.

Which many persons in London would love to have them as their team.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Viking Stadium Dead

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Okay here we go. Vikings break off talks for a new venue in Minneapolis. Deal is dead, no stadium. No new plush venue for Viking fans. Via Pro Football Talk.

Zygi Wilf who owns the Vikings has had enough haggling. Unless another deal is in the works, the Vikings won’t stay in Minnesota.

There are three options and cities open for football business, 2 of which have venues already to go.

1. L.A.- Stadium ready in 2015

2. Toronto- Stadium ready

3. San Antonio- Stadium ready

However, L.A. is not on the radar with the Vikings. The Rams are planning on returning in 2015, since the Rams are an NFC team, the Vikings can’t move to L.A.

The only other way the Vikings could move to L.A. if they switched to the AFC.

It’s possible.

It’s east to switch the Vikings to AFC West.

Kansas City Chiefs are a Midwest team, they are not a Western team or city.

You could switch the two.

AFC West

Raiders
Vikings
Denver
San Diego

NFC North

Chicago
Green Bay
Detroit
Kansas City

If the Vikings head to Toronto, they would simply stay in the NFC North.

Toronto would be a great move and the Vikings would triple in value and play in the biggest city in Canada.

NFC North
Chicago
Detroit
Toronto
Green Bay

Now we would some issues if the Vikings are seduced to Texas.

You could keep them in the North (via Dallas Cowboys in the East) and it would be good for tourism.

Packer and Bear fans would love to travel to South Texas in the winter with a mild climate. So keeping he Vikings in the North while being San Antonio’s team would make a ton of money for the city. The Vikings would always be sold out with Bear and Packer fans showing up at the Alamo dome.

As it is now, the Vikings are usually blacked out unless the Packers are in town. Packer fans own the Metro Dome and it’s an extra home game for them.

Update: Since no deal can get done, The Vikings have announced they will upgrade TCF Field home of the Minnesota Golden Gophers, sounds like this may be their final destination.

L.A. Vikings Revival

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Minnesota the state that is considered nice. Not really. Minnesota Nice is really passive aggressive hatred.

Corruption doesn’t exist according to a Minnesotan, Minnesota neighbors are caring people, no just noisy and gossip mongers. You will never meet more judgmental people than in Minnesota. These people think they are pure.

They famous owner of the Vikings is being investigating for corruption and manipulating the people to vote for the new Vikings Stadium. Which if you have been to Minnesota it s broke. There is no money for a stadium. Cigarettes are at 7.00 a pack, and the political leaders want to tax the smokers even more to pay for the stadium. So next time your Minnesota smokes will probably be 10 dollars a pack to pay for a Vikings stadium.

Minnesota has somewhat an inferior complex. It loves to use Wisconsin as mockery punching bag. The drinking laws Minnesota are like the deep South. No drinking on Sundays. Which according to the bible means nothing. No hard booze allowed in Grocery Stores. The kiddies don’t need to see this, of course these brats will be hopping the border to Wisconsin on Sunday to buy beer. Wisconsin you can drink beer all week, no day is shut down due to some kooks who misread the bible. Liquor stores are everywhere, and on Sunday you can have a Keg in your driveway and barbecue all day. Minnesota is not a state that was made for any type of football. It is not a football friendly state. The 90-year-old women with drool running down her chin- who runs the political game in Minneapolis don’t give a shit about football, and if they did, they are probably Packer fans.

Before the Vikings, the Packers owned the state of Minnesota. You can literally drive through Wisconsin and see Packer posters and banners all through the state. In Minnesota you can find banners, but they are usually for the Packers. Or some lame Minnesota Wild sign.

They never should have put a team in the state of Minnesota with all its political Religious fundies who dictate behavior. And no the new stadium has been stopped. The shovels have been put away and Viking owner Zygi Wilf will be investigated for corruption as I stated before.

Hasn’t Zygi Wilf figured out this team is not wanted in Minnesota?

The Packers get an extra home game in Minneapolis each year, because of the loyalty of Packer fans in Minnesota. Face the facts and give the state back to Packer Fans. The Vikings haven’t done shit in years, they have lost 4 Super Bowls and countless playoff games in a choking mode. Red Mc Combs a great owner back in 1998 wanted to take the team to a warmer climate and a football worshipping city such as San Antonio, which would have supported this team win or lose, but some lone Viking fan protested, and the Vikings stayed in miserable Minnesota.

San Antonio has a mild climate and is warm year round. It would have built a great rivalry between the Cowboys.

o know, we have an investigation and the new Viking Stadium is just about dead. The Vikings can’t stay in the Metro dome because it flat-out sucks and is old and smells like piss. The NFL wants it destroyed and wants all it’s franchise’s to have new venues, so the Vikings will have to make a move somewhere.

And of course L.A. is the place. One problem, the Rams are planning on coming back in 2015 as the NFC team. So where do the Vikings go? Does L.A. even want this losing franchise in the same city? The only thing that is cool, is the Lakers have the same colors, and the new football stadium would be across from Staples in Downtown L.A.

Would sell a lot of gear in purple and gold, of course Raider fan would be pissed, Raider fan has nothing to worry about , they still could move to L.A. as the AFC team.
The only cool thing that would come out of this would be both teams have a Pirate mantra. Vikings vs Raiders. Sounds kind of cool. Of course if the stadium deal in Minneapolis falls through, that doesn’t mean the Vikings would automatically come to Southern California.

San Antonio is till open and Texas Governor wants a team there. He offered the Chargers a new home if they wanted. So let’s watch this soapbox play its course and see who comes back to L.A

My prediction is the Raiders will be the one. L.A. loves the Raiders, and 45,000 Raider fans crash San Diego on game day and turn it into a home game, and these are fans are from LA.

Top 5 teams that L.A. would accept:

1. Raiders
2. Cowboys
3. Rams
4. Dolphins
5. Vikings(By default)