Scot

Pro Bowler
Exactly

Every Chargers home game looks like the opponents home game. Hell, even playing the browns would cause the stands to be full of brown and orange jerseys instead of the Chargers colors
 

America's Team

Spectator
They should have never left San Diego to begin with.

They were founded in 1960 and had been in that city since 1961. They built their whole identity as a football club there. The league shouldn't allow these moves. It destroys the identity of the franchises and disrespects the local communities that give meaning to the sport.
 

Scot

Pro Bowler
They should have never left San Diego to begin with.

They were founded in 1960 and had been in that city since 1961. They built their whole identity as a football club there. The league shouldn't allow these moves. It destroys the identity of the franchises and disrespects the local communities that give meaning to the sport.

I didn’t care that they left San Diego

They couldn’t sell tickets for a long time

They just shouldn’t been allowed to come to LA

Now they are failing to live up to their seat sales even after they’ve lowered the prices multiple time

What they should have done is found a market that was starving for an NFL franchise and moved them there instead. Somewhere that might actually support them. Because they weren’t getting support in San Diego, and the support for them is even worse here in LA.

Major fail by the NFL
 

America's Team

Spectator
I didn’t care that they left San Diego

That's the problem. Clubs build their identities around a specific location and specific people.

The same with the Raiders. Their move is another betrayal of Oakland. The Colts did even worse to Baltimore and the Browns to Cleveland. It's a flawed system. Imagine the Cowboys leaving Dallas one day. It's unthinkable.
 
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