PICK SIX: NFL teams that could reloca...

PICK SIX: NFL teams that could relocate to Los Angeles

There are 19 comments on the LA Daily News story from Oct 23, 2010, titled PICK SIX: NFL teams that could relocate to Los Angeles. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

The NFL would love to return to Los Angeles, but doesn't want to expand beyond its 32 teams right now.

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RamsRevolution

Berkeley, CA

#1 Oct 24, 2010
Time for the Rams to move home! RIGHT THE WRONG!!

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mjl

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Oct 24, 2010
The NFL will fight the Raiders moving, but will be down for sharing a stadium with the niners in Santa Clara? That makes no sense. It sounds like the NFL doesn't want football in LA. So lame.

Since: Jul 07

PARK RIDGE IL.

#3 Oct 24, 2010
Funny they metion The Chargers because they were based in LA the first 2 years of their existance.
24afp

Sun Valley, CA

#4 Oct 24, 2010
I want the Raiders cause they have history in L.A

my second choince is the bills and maybe L.A could turn them into a winner.

Since: Jul 07

PARK RIDGE IL.

#5 Oct 25, 2010
How do the radiers have a history in LA?

The Rams were in that city more years that The Raiders.
DAZ

Riverside, CA

#6 Oct 25, 2010
ANY Team but the Raiders Pleeeeease ! most of their fans here in LA are not real fans they are just low life gangbangers that don't know squat about football and just think it's cool to wear raiders shirts and hats. Plus the Raiders Suck. The Chargrs were orignally here in LA. Vikings lol no one will root for them here except a small minority of Vikings fans. there are too many fans of other teams here so unless you change the name logo and colors and let the fans vote for new ones and unless the team is a winner fast it will fail.
DAZ

Riverside, CA

#7 Oct 25, 2010
The Raiders LA History is nothing and the Rams were The Cleveland Rams So LA is not Home for either team.
barf

Reseda, CA

#8 Oct 25, 2010
no stadium no team.... and no one wants to drive out way west to watch a game. when the mccourts lost the dodgers and some billionaire buys them, with dodgers stadium in need of rebuilding, a dual use stadium in the ravine would be the best solution.... the LA jaguars sounds right, since this town is full of jags......
BWF

United States

#9 Oct 25, 2010
Bring back the Los Angeles RAMS!!
LAFAN

United States

#10 Oct 25, 2010
The NFL does not approve of dual use stadiums anymore, so that wouldn't work at Dodger Stadium. They are quietly working with AEG to build it next to Staples Center and tear down part of the Convention Center. I think the Jaguars makes the most sense. The Raiders belong in Oakland and the Chargers belong in San Diego.
Rob

Redondo Beach, CA

#11 Oct 25, 2010
Only one team makes sense (The Rams) and only one location makes sense (Downtown LA next to Staples Center).

Writer forgot to note than Stan Kroenke (Rams owner) is on the committee to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles.

Since: Jul 07

PARK RIDGE IL.

#12 Oct 26, 2010
DAZ wrote:
The Raiders LA History is nothing and the Rams were The Cleveland Rams So LA is not Home for either team.
So any team that didn't originate in a certain city is not a home team.

Please!
Mick

San Francisco, CA

#13 Oct 26, 2010
I don't know why you would cite poor attendance for the Bills since they regularly sell out and are typically in the top 10 in attendance every year (with a few exceptions). In fact, last year, the Bills outdrew all of the other teams listed here. Fan support is definitely not a problem. The fan support is one of the major reasons why the Bills will not leave Buffalo. I think the Rams are a better candidate since they actually don't draw well and the new owner, though a MO native, is on the stadium commission for a new LA stadium.
Jim

Los Angeles, CA

#14 Oct 26, 2010
thats funny that you say the Bills have poor attendance because its not true at all. The recent game against the Jaguars that didn't sell out was the first game in 4 years that didn't sell out, while they also set season ticket sales records the preview two years. Get your facts right. The only way the Bills leave Buffalo is if Ralph doesn't figure out a way to keep them there before he dies.
gregmoval

San Diego, CA

#15 Oct 26, 2010
It looks like the teams moving to Los Angeles could be the Rams, Jaguars, or the Vikings. The Raiders and 49er will stay up north with a new staduim, and San Diego will get it new staduim downtown. Buffalo is the only true team in New York,and will stay put! So, with this. My opinion is the Los Angeles Jaguars AFC (YES!!!), and Rams or Viking in NFC. GO TEAM!!!!Now let the CRY began: BEAT LA, BEAT LA, BEAT LA,....lol
Lake_Erie_Monste r

Cleveland, OH

#16 Oct 27, 2010
Jim and Mick, thanks for setting this guy straight on the Bills' attendance, you'd think the writer would do a little bit of fact checking. No matter how many times he, Roski and Semcken will say "the Bills have stadium and attendance issues," it won't become true.

The Bills haven't made the playoffs in ten years yet they only finally broke a 26-game sellout streak against the Jaguars a couple weeks ago. And who can blame Bills fans for not rushing out to buy tickets to watch the Lions and the Browns?
Robert Rizzos Chef

United States

#17 Oct 27, 2010
Sports teams don't move because of attendance. Only saps believe this.
Sensi

Ocala, FL

#18 Nov 2, 2010
As a Florida resident in the "Jaguars viewing area" ....I say goodbye Jaguars, hope you like LA.
Mookie

Marietta, GA

#19 Nov 5, 2010
Hollyweird will not support a losing team. It'll be better if they start an expansion franchise.

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