It was a unanimous vote in Los Angeles yesterday for AEG to build a football stadium that will cost the L.A. tax-payers next to nothing. The one thing; they will not build the stadium next to the Staple Center until a football team agrees to move there.
It was rumored the St. Louis Rams and The Minnesota Vikings were wanting to move there, but with each time having a contract with each of their cities, it is not likely going to happen. Then which two teams are favored to move to Los Angeles? A hint; both are already in California.
According to ESPN Analyst Adam Schefler, the two teams most likely to move to Los Angeles are The Oakland Raiders or The San Diego Chargers. Sigh.
I know a lot of people who would love for the Raiders to move back to L.A. Friends Big Game Dave and GK Raider come to mind. As A Dallas Cowboy fan, I don't really care either way. I would have loved for L.A. to get the Rams and rename them. Say rename them the L.A. Express to take it back to the old USFL days. A lot of baggage comes with the Raiders. I am not calling Al Davis baggage but having to deal with him is not exactly a cake walk.
I know L.A. wants a football team again but do they want the Raiders?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Anyone Else Baby? Ok Ok, Just Win Baby
It's been a while since I have done one of these and not because I did not want to. It has more to do with time, but enough about that.
So are you ready for Thanksgiving? What are your plans? Spending it with family? Friends? Flying anywhere? Going to the beach?
I am looking forward to sleeping in to be honest. Ha!
About 40 minutes before the Dallas Cowboys play the Oakland Raiders, I plan on hitting up either Subway or Quiznos and picking up a turkey sandwich and watch the game at home. Hopefully, The Cowboys win and it will be a Happy Thanksgiving!
I do plan on hanging with some close friends on Saturday night but that is about it.
I hope all of you out there have a great Thanksgiving, no matter what you do. Whether you celebrate it or not.
Much Love to you always.-Dr.FB
4 people are missing at sea right now in the Gulf Coast of Florida. 2 people you may have heard of and 2 people you still may not have heard of.
Oakland Raiders linebacker Marquis Cooper and defensive end Corey Smith were in a boat with two others that left Clearwater, Florida early Saturday morning. Family members called the Coast Guard early Sunday morning and the Coast Guard advised there was no distress signal.
The Coast Guard is searching for the boat but heavy winds are making it hard for them to search.
This is what I could find out about the other 2 men; Will Bleakley is 25 years old and Nick Schuyler is 24 years old and both played for the University of South Florida college football team.
For more on this story, please click HERE.
All 4 people are in my thoughts.-Dr.FB
UPDATE; Nick Schuyler was found alive. Searching for other 3 now.
Glad baseball will be bumping Al Davis from the start of Sportscenter.
Al Davis is still alive although he doesn't really look it. He claims tampering charsges against the patriots for Randy Moss. He won't pay the head coach he just fired.
Al Davis is cheap and is the Raiders own worst enemy.-Dr.FB