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PODCAST: A Future with No Chargers

John Gennaro looks at other major-league sports cities that don't have an NFL team to see how San Diego could plan their future without the Chargers.

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What happens to Bolts from the Blue if the San Diego Chargers decide to leave town and become the Los Angeles Chargers?

I have no idea. I imagine it continues to cover the Chargers, as Turf Show Times still covers the Rams, but I have no clue if Richard would continue to run the site and/or if any of the remaining staff would leave.

Whenever anyone asks me if I would be a fan of the Los Angeles Chargers, I answer honestly. “I don’t know. I’ll probably try it out and see how it feels. I can always decide to stop.”

However, that’s not true for San Diego. San Diego will simply lose its NFL team. They don’t get to choose how they want their relationship with their Chargers to be, it just gets destroyed.

In yesterday’s podcast, I decided to look at other cities that have MLB teams but no NFL teams (and I added Portland, OR as well) to see what their sports landscape looks like.

Before you comment about it, yes I am aware that I (hysterically, ironically, and completely by accident) forgot that the city of St. Louis no longer has an NFL team. As per usual, each podcast comes with at least one error, and that is the most egregious one in this one:

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