Should the Chargers stay put? - Mike Florio
Maybe the Chargers should drop the effort to get public money and build their own stadium in San Diego. While that would entail surrendering to local politicians who, by all appearances, have been pushing hollow offers to protect their own interests, it could be a far more prudent business decision.
Al Michaels: L.A. would support Bolts - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
Michaels, who moved to Los Angeles in 1958, acknowledges the crowded L.A. sports scene but notes that with a population of over 20 million, Southern California rivals Scandinavia in population. Ironic, isn't it? The sprawling and dense population that makes L.A. anathema to many San Diegans also makes it a potential home to San Diego's football team since 1961.
Lipstick on pig doesn't pretty up Bolts-L.A. - Tom Krasovic (UT$)
The Oakland Raiders would generate far more revenues in L.A. than the Chargers would. The Raiders, who used to play in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, provided Southern California its only Super Bowl champion to date and still move the needle in greater Los Angeles.
Chargers should embrace Seahawks' rugby-style tackling - Eric Williams
According to PBS "Frontline" Concussion Watch, the Chargers finished tied for the league lead in concussions with 16. Of course, this number does not include the many concussions in practice and games that go unreported.
The San Diego Chargers should stay right where they are - Bill Plaschke
First, the climate. There is none. This isn't a Chargers town. This has never been a Chargers town. The Chargers had 21 years to woo us as an uncontested suitor and still couldn't make it a Chargers town.