Here is another fine read:
The NFL in L.A.: Inside the long con
"......Much is being said about the Inglewood stadium's state-of-the-art design. If Inglewood thinks that makes the stadium future-proof, it should think again. Almost every stadium built for an NFL team is declared to be state-of-the-art upon its opening, but it isn't long before it's being decried as the next thing to a slum by team owners and league officials demanding a new arena or costly renovations.
Inglewood may believe that it has secured a place as a major league city for all time, but memories are short, and the National Football League is expert at putting a gun to muncipalities' heads. Within a decade or so, you can expect the Rams and the league to start complaining about the stadium's outdated facilities and demanding public concessions.........."http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-m ... olumn.html
You want an NFL team, you give them everything they ask for. Everything.
Or do the fans in LA really believe their new complex will be privately funded.
I am very happy for LA that they have their team back where it belongs. They never should have left.
Let's be real about it though. Many of the LA fans are starting to remind me of Bud Fox.