11/16 TMM: Does L.A. want the Chargers, Raiders, or Rams?

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One thought on “11/16 TMM: Does L.A. want the Chargers, Raiders, or Rams?

  1. LAsportsfan

    Let’s see what NFL team is wanted in Los Angeles:
    In almost all polls conducted and the LA Times polls they show the Rams are wanted and real people were involved.
    The NFL has conducted a study which showed high-end buyers (the people or Angelenos that would buy tickets and PSL’s for a Los Angeles team or Los Angeles teams) are willing to buy Rams tickets and PSL’s they’ve even shown that they would buy Chargers tickets and PSL’s but they don’t show interest in buying Raiders tickets and PSL’s. High-end buyers in Los Angeles prefer the Rams and Chargers over the Raiders.

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