Chargers in Battle for LA

L.A. Conflict

There is no doubt there is a pro football conflict in the city of L.A. The Chargers have a long way to go to be adored in the Los Angeles basin. They have a chance on Sunday to gain a foothold in a four-way race for the NFL fans in the City of Angels.


There is no doubt the Rams are the Kings of NFL football in L.A. Ram fans are very strong and passionate about the blue and gold.  Ram fans are confident this team is going to the playoffs and may end up in Atlanta.


The Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is the greatest NFL owner in football. Jones has marketed his Cowboys well. When football vanished(temporary) in the city of L.A. the Cowboys moved their training camp from San Antonio to Oxnard.  In general, the State of California is very strong in it’s following of the Silver and Blue with Oxnard as the capital.

L.A. Raiders

The brilliance of the Raiders move to Las Vegas is beyond great. Who doesn’t love a 2 for 1 deal? That’s what the Raiders are getting. A return of the Los Angeles market without paying for it. L.A. Raider fans are loyal and continued to support this team and longed for a return.  They didn’t get a direct return, they got something even greater, the baby brother of Los Angeles, Las Vegas.


The Chargers have a major conflict on their hands in Los Angeles. Bolt fans have three teams to deal with in Los Angeles. Watching the Chargers you would never know it, they continue to play fearless at the Stub without the number one defender Joey Bosa. The Chargers will boldly be the road team at the Coliseum. Charger fans will be highly outnumbered. I’m starting to think this team loves this.

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Even though the Chargers are at home on the road, look for Philip Rivers to have his best game EVER as a Los Angeles Charger.

Chargers 35 Rams 31

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