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  • What City would you like to see with a NFL franchise?

    Pick other if your city you wanna pick aint listed!
    51
    Los Angeles
    17.65%
    9
    Las Vegas
    23.53%
    12
    Sacramento
    5.88%
    3
    Anchorage
    5.88%
    3
    Toronto
    1.96%
    1
    Honolulu
    11.76%
    6
    Birmingham
    7.84%
    4
    Vancouver
    0.00%
    0
    Salt Lake City
    0.00%
    0
    Other City not listed!
    25.49%
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  • #2
    Looking at it slightly differently, which city would you like to see lose their team? The way I see it, the league is now nicely set up, 4 divisions of 4 teams in each conference. It's scheduled so that it is guaranteed that you play every team at least once every four years. If another team is added, then you start to get anomalies like not playing sides for 15 years, etc. The only way to keep the current balance would be to add about eight teams to the league.
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    • #3
      Not sure if the market share is big enough but I picked other because I think Little Rock, Arkansas would be a great football city.

      The way Arkansas embraces the Razorbacks is impressive. If they had an NFL team they would be a great city to watch a game at.


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      • #4
        If the Broncos moved to London:

        a) It'd piss off most of the people on the forum
        b) Make the small English Bronco fan contingent rather happy

        BUT in England we are allowed to bring beer into the stadium. So there's an incentive for you to move to the UK .
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        • #5
          Personally I wanna see Lima, Peru with a team. They will be the feared Lima Beans. Or maybe the Lime Llamas. Yeah man thats what I want to see.

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          • #6
            the league should stop expansion and relocation right now... eveyrthing is set up fine.. LA failed twice to keep franchices... hawaii and alaska would require way too much travel time.. could u imagine the buffalo bills having to travel to honolulu for a sunday game? vegas would be a stretch .. and with the vast majority of vegas coming from tourism they would probly be hardpressed to have a high season ticket sales base.. the others would be small markets probly not able to hold a franchise.. the only viable change i could see is if the colts moved .. and that is if these things i hear are true bout them not being able to fill that crappy dome they have over there.. otherwise leave the colts alone.. possibly the poorly ran cardinals could flourish somewhere else but they have poor management so location really means very little there..

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            • #7
              norfolk va ....largest markey without any pro teams hopefully selig gets his head out his ass and puts the expos there
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              • #8
                but all those east coast markets are so close together.. wont that cut down the orioles fan base?

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                • #9
                  Vegas is a great choice. Perhaps moving the Chargers off the Left Coast (granted, they would not be moving too far away from that place) would do them some good.

                  As with every tourist city, you need attractions to keep the people coming back for more? And what better way to keep them content than with a professional football team? Observe exhibit A:

                  Husband: "Honey, I booked our trip on travelocity.com! We're leaving Monday and getting back next Tuesday! Over a week in Vegas, baby!"

                  Wife: "That's great, dear...are you sure we can afford this, though?"

                  Husband: "I took out a loan...no worries...the credit realtors won't take me away to prison for a few months!"

                  Husband: "So, here's what I'm thinking. We'll eat out at expensive restaurants (which, when the taxes are collected from the restaurant owners, portions go to help pay for new stadiums for the city of Las Vegas), go to the Casino, and...on Sunday...I'm taking the family to watch the Bandits (for those of you who did not catch on, the Chargers have moved to Las Vegas to get into a stronger market and attract new fans and have changed names) play!

                  Wife: "The Bandits?!?! How did you swing tickets to that?!?!"

                  Husband: "Well, dear...the Bandits do not have very many season ticket holders, but they still manage to sell out every game."

                  Wife: "That's great! But the Broncos are still better..."

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                  • #10
                    best option

                    is to have no more teams. of course the nfl is intent on going back into the l.a market. do they not see that the fans dont turn up for pro games there.

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                    • #11
                      Why would we want to move an NFL franchise to canada?? Anchorage? There's not enough people in anchorage *laughs*.. and half the year you would have to have all night games.... or all day games


                      Las Vegas would be a cool and very viable option.

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                      • #12
                        San Antonio, Texas would be a great city for an NFL franchise. Red McCombs owns half the damn city already and the only pro sports franchise SA has is the Spurs. The town really supports that team, so an NFL team in SA would fit very well.

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                        • #13
                          [QUOTE]San Antonio, Texas would be a great city for an NFL franchise. Red McCombs owns half the damn city already and the only pro sports franchise SA has is the Spurs. The town really supports that team, so an NFL team in SA would fit very well.

                          Simply genious!!! iwas gonna' say the same thing! Mccombs owns the Vikings and there was talks of him moving them there but it won't happen! They already have a stadium built in the Alamo Dome! and they fans would tottaly embrace them there! Look how much they love Timmy and the Spurs

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                          • #14
                            I'd have to agree that SA would probably be the ideal place. But honestly, does the NFL really need another team? IMO all the sports have too many teams as it is. If they do decide to expand once again, please, please anywhere but LA!!
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                            • #15
                              Lame

                              The lame thing about living in Oklahoma is that we have no NFL teams period. What is wrong with that picture? I would be happy it being in any city, as long as we had someone lol. Thats why I became a Bronco fan in the Elway days. One of the closest teams to Oklahoma that I liked. Been a fan every since. Now we have two awesome Oklahoma backs in Denver, I love it when Okies go to Denver.

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