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  • BroncoManiac_69
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    Originally posted by Ravage!!!
    Las Vegas would be a cool and very viable option.
    After living there for 11 years, I can say that Vegas would not work. The NFL has never attempted to go there, but every other professional team that has attempted to survive there has failed. They currently have arena ball in their second year and attendance is already dropping.

    They failed with the CFL and even though the XFL failed as a league, the attendance at those games dropped drastically as the season went on.

    We were so happy to get the hell out of there. That city needs an enema.

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  • Booher
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    prolly won't be norfolk va should be though . I beleive that is where the expos end up

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  • akt
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    Imagine, the Birmingham Bug Zappers!

    I also told my friend once that the Broncos were moving to Louisville, Kentucky and would be playing in a new stadium named after Colonel Sanders. She did not believe me. Imagine, the old red chicken at the 1950s KFC greeting Broncos fans. You could eat all that fried chicken and Taco Bell and wash it down with a cold A&W Root Beer Float.

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  • dandaman23
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    I would love it so much if Alaska got an NFL team...And thats what I voted for too just because I am biased to the best state in the US...But right now I just dont think we have enough people in Anchorage..We almost have 400,000 people...In 15 years the projected population is supposed to be around a million and then maybe then we can get an NFL team...We could be called the Alaskan Assasins..There has been rumors though that we might get an Arena football team soon, that would be really cool too...And for all of you who think Alaska is a big chunk of ice where people live in igloos and ride dog sleds every where think again, cause its the most bueatiful state in the United States..

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  • Jared
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    I currently think that the league with the amount of teams it has right now works beautifully, for the reasons listed.

    If a team were to re-locate, then I understand why the league wants a team in L.A. With revenue sharing and a hard cap, every team gets more TV money from a team being in that market. I think Toronto would embrace it, as long as it was not a team like the Cardinals.....CHEAP. Not that you can win every year, but if your fans believe that you are trying, you'll be ok up there. They wouldn't have the same disparity problems that the NHL and MLB have, because again, you have the hard cap, and Toronto is a BIG market. Bigger than a lot of current NFL markets. The NFL would just need to adjust the cap (in Canadian dollars) for a Canadian team based on the exchange rate on a day agreed upon by all the owners. The only really bad problem I see with a Canadian team is that if (and lets hope this never happens) one of the countries economies goes seriosuly in the toilet (not like now, but something REALLY serious) the exchange rate goes up or down and screws the paychecks after the exchange rate.

    Expansion I do not want to see happen.

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  • Booher
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    i say again norfolk va.............put it there

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  • rcsodak
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    It'd be the I-29 Rumble! Travel time would be nil for Kc/Denver St. Lewie and Minnisewty.

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  • THE SHIELD
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    For RC's sake, I voted other , I'll put a write in vote for OMAHA!!!! Maybe then, he'll decide there is no need to root for the Donkeys!

    Besides, Vancouver and Anchorage , yeah right, like I couldn't think of any other BIG CITES that could use an NFL TEAM, like PORTLAND or OMAHA or SAN ANTONIO!!!!

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  • bronco jock
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    original pimp westy just like you!

    give it up for further nfl dollar making expansion. could see the merits in the cards moving again but not the dolts.

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  • want2bAbronco
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    canada, alaska, and hawaii all would be bad moves...to far for anyone to travel.

    las vegas wouldnt be a great move either...sure lots of ppl vist there to gamble and get drunk.... not watch football. the city isnt that big, most of the population is visitors.

    i picked Sac and LA.

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  • Runner
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    Cincinnati

    after practicing with the Bengals for 30 some years, they should be eligible for a real team now.

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  • SoDakTE87
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    why go to LA when you can go to Rapid City, South Dakota?

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  • badintentions
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    Originally posted by TxBroncoFan
    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.
    nice signature!

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  • jamjeehunta
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    Los Angeles NEEDS a football team. from what i read in the papers looks like they might.
    think about it....you got powerhouses like USC, big doggs like UCLA, the lakers, and the dodgers, but no NFL team for one of the core cities in the world??? bring football back so peeps can stop talkin about the raiders.

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  • moonshot314
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    san antonio? texas already has the texans and cowboys.. i realize its a big state but why throw another one down there? i still dont see vegas happening... i hold the same opinion on florida.. why pack more than two teams into one state?

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