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RIP: LA Stadium Proposal

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JR will go wherever he can make the most cash/best venue etc. If the shyt he put on the field in 2010 doesn't convince you he doesn't give a damn about the fan base nothing will.

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[quote name='SCP' timestamp='1362509660' post='2151868']
That's just cause you're stuck in redneckville, AL and want us all to suffer like you are.
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yep :D

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[quote name='Kevin Greene' timestamp='1362515102' post='2151937']
JR will go wherever he can make the most cash/best venue etc. If the shyt he put on the field in 2010 doesn't convince you he doesn't give a damn about the fan base nothing will.
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Yep, if there was ever a symbol of a big old "fug you" middle finger, it was Jimmy Clausen at QB.

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It wasn't Jimmy Clausen as much as it was everything else around Jimmeh. You can have the greatest buffalo wing in the world but if the blue cheese dressing that you dunk that worlds finest wings in has turds in it chances are that wing will taste like turds....that being said Jimmeh is turds

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Columbus Ohio could do a pro sports NFL team, I think.

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yeah yeah R.I.P or maybe uhm dont rest in peace. . not before I piss all over you.


wtf yeah rip LA proposal, woooh it was going to be so gooooood


edit: and btw, I got shake the Big Cat's paw in his neighborhood the other day. Got to tell him thank you for keeping the team here and sorry you get such a bad rap with the reporters.

double edit: and HAHAHAHA for all you in LA thinking that the worlds 17th most successful franchise would be moving.

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[quote name='h0llywood' timestamp='1362512291' post='2151905']
That is a half assed stadium and garbage compared to Farmers.
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To be honest, I only prefer LA Football stadium since it'd be a 10 minute drive from my place.

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Please...you need to learn a little about the history of the NFL before you have to the gall to call me stupid. Read, if you can, about the 1995 Browns, and how they had a 11-5 season and looked to be going to the Super Bowl the next year with Belichick at head coach, only to find out they were being moved half way through the season. Cleveland might be a craphole, but it had rabid and loyal fans, and the franchise was on the rise, yet they still got moved. Please check yourself before you think we'd be 100% safe.
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LA is too valuable without a team. It's a cash cow the NFL wants to milk a few more years.

Every single time team ownership needs public funding for a new stadium, the NFL is there to say "oh that team is a nice candidate to move to LA."
Suddenly public money is available. Once every team has a brand new $2 billion stadium, the NFL might actually consider putting a team in LA. As of now, however, that leverage is needed.

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[quote name='SCP' timestamp='1362516858' post='2151955']
Yep, if there was ever a symbol of a big old "fug you" middle finger, it was Jimmy Clausen at QB.
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As if he knew Jimmy Clausen was pure dog poo, he didn't make the decision to start Clausen, Fox did. Clausen was a BACKUP.

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[quote name='Kevin Greene' timestamp='1362515102' post='2151937']
JR will go wherever he can make the most cash/best venue etc. If the shyt he put on the field in 2010 doesn't convince you he doesn't give a damn about the fan base nothing will.
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JR is a stodgy businessman for sure which led to to 2010 debacle. Wanting to set an example to the rest of the league etc...

But he is fiercely loyal and probably 5 years from kicking the bucket. He isn't moving the team or going anywhere.

Plus the current rules in the NFL say that an owner must make every attempt to rectify a bad situation in the current locale before they move. We currently have zero issues with the franchise and the franchise has zero issues with Charlotte. The panthers will get their funding don't worry.

If you want to fret about something, fret about the next ownership group.

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[quote name='jtnc' timestamp='1362532818' post='2152133']

As if he knew Jimmy Clausen was pure dog poo, he didn't make the decision to start Clausen, Fox did. Clausen was a BACKUP.
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Clausen or Matt Moore? The coaching staff's hands were tied by a pitiful, second rate roster.

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I don't think Clausen started until Moore got hurt. Fuzzy memory though.

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