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  • EPIC LA Rams Fan Meltdown Video!

    Oh wait, the Rams don't have any fans.

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    But really here's a pretty mild compliation of reactions that were strictly for the camera.

    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/H5LM92LGX98" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>

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    • #3
      Originally posted by OleNumber7 View Post
      Oh wait, the Rams don't have any fans.
      To be fair, it's a lot easier to root for them now that they are in a real city.

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      • #4
        Karma is a b****. Shouldn’t have been in the Super Bowl anyways.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bowtown View Post
          To be fair, it's a lot easier to root for them now that they are in a real city.
          Like the last time they were there?

          Why LA goes from 2 to 0 to 2 teams is just odd. they haven't shown ability to support 1.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Bigdawg26 View Post
            Karma is a b****. Shouldn’t have been in the Super Bowl anyways.
            That god damn Alshon Jeffrey !!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by bowtown View Post
              To be fair, it's a lot easier to root for them now that they are in a real city.
              <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/cgprAH98lsA" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>

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              • #8
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by jmz313 View Post
                  Like the last time they were there?

                  Why LA goes from 2 to 0 to 2 teams is just odd. they haven't shown ability to support 1.
                  It's really not odd. Fan support wasn't an issue in the mid 90s when the two teams both left. That's just been a false narrative that was spoken into existence.

                  It was always a stadium issue. The city won't use public money on a stadium or arena, so the Rams left. The Raiders actually had a stadium deal that was privately financed but Al Davis got pissed off over a couple things and blew the deal up on signing day. The NFL wasn't going to come back until an owner was rich enough to build his own stadium. And that's what happened. Now there's two teams again.

                  Staples Center and this new stadium are privately financed. The Clippers are going to build their own arena a block away from the football stadium. That will be privately financed. The problem has never been fan support.

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                    • #11
                      The truth it has nothing to do with the organization in LA. it has everything to do with LA itself.



                      They didnt even pass the national average for ratings in LA. thats how much that city cares about football or even the superbowl.

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                      • #12
                        Like I said, in LA the issue isn't a lack of fans. Outside of New York, there are more NFL fans in LA than any other city. It's a numbers game. There are four million people in the city and like 14 million people in the greater LA area. There are NFL fans all over the place.

                        There's not a united fan base that supports one team like many cities, so it seems like people here don't care. Every team in the league has a fan base in LA. Go to a Chargers game and that's very evident. Nobody here cares about the Chargers, so the opposing team's fans (who live in LA) buy up the tickets. It pretty much turns into a home game for the opposing team.

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                        • #13
                          Well that was 7 minutes and 30 seconds of stupid.


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                          • #14
                            LA is a weird town. People will say it is not a sports town, and that is totally untrue.

                            Ever see the attendance numbers for their baseball and basketball teams?

                            https://www.baseball-reference.com/l...018-misc.shtml

                            Dodgers almost every year are in the top 3 and the Angels are always in the top 10.

                            The Lakers draw big numbers and all of those teams have massive television deals. The Dodgers have a 7billion dollar cable deal with Fox Sports.

                            For those thinking it is about them not liking football. Well, their colleges USC and UCLA have great attendance.

                            Something just does not make sense.

                            What we do know is the NFL's 20 year plan to leverage cities by vacating LA worked like a charm. Yes, how many cities threatened to move to LA so that cities would vote for tax subsidized stadiums.

                            We know Bowlen did. Of all the brand new stadiums, nearly all were built with public money and most of them threatened to move to LA. The last one, Minnesota who obviously saw that before.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Broncoblood32 View Post
                              LA is a weird town. People will say it is not a sports town, and that is totally untrue.

                              Ever see the attendance numbers for their baseball and basketball teams?

                              https://www.baseball-reference.com/l...018-misc.shtml

                              Dodgers almost every year are in the top 3 and the Angels are always in the top 10.

                              The Lakers draw big numbers and all of those teams have massive television deals. The Dodgers have a 7billion dollar cable deal with Fox Sports.

                              For those thinking it is about them not liking football. Well, their colleges USC and UCLA have great attendance.

                              Something just does not make sense.

                              What we do know is the NFL's 20 year plan to leverage cities by vacating LA worked like a charm. Yes, how many cities threatened to move to LA so that cities would vote for tax subsidized stadiums.

                              We know Bowlen did. Of all the brand new stadiums, nearly all were built with public money and most of them threatened to move to LA. The last one, Minnesota who obviously saw that before.
                              Meh. Look at the Dodgers attendance when they were mediocre and not out spending everyone in the league.

                              https://www.baseball-reference.com/l...011-misc.shtml

                              Neck and neck with a much smaller Denver metro in a smaller stadium. LA fans are frontrunners for the most part.

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