The individual who came up with the “#FightForLA” idea has to be the same moron who decided that ripping off the Los Angeles Dodgers logo and colors — and then adding a lightning-bolt tail to the end of it — was a solid marketing decision.
Are you shitting me?
Fight for LA?
The last time I checked, when Dean Spanos decided to move the Chargers from San Diego to Los Angeles, the newly relocated Rams were playing in the NFC of the National Football League.
In fact, just for shits and giggles, I just checked again and it appears that the Rams do play in the NFC.
There is nothing to fight over between the two teams who are slated to be stationed in the City of Angels; unless both repeat their performances from the last two seasons, posting records which would have them fight it out in the highly esteemed category of “Most Mediocre Team in Los Angeles.”
Though I expect the Chargers to win at least nine games during the ’17 regular season, too many of their superstars have spent more time on social media than the field the last two seasons, calling out former fans of the team because their loyalty remained with the city, as opposed to the organization owned by the Spanoses.
My note to those players will be the same one I have repeated to my two children since their births: “Don’t talk about it, be about it.”
I took a serious amount of time before I decided whether or not I would remain a Chargers fan, and my conclusion is that I have ALWAYS been a fan of the Chargers, despite only spending 14 years of my 38-plus in America’s finest city.
Please waste your time judging my decision, please (The two pleases were intentional).
I also decided that this website will be far more honest and less team-friendly regarding the Bolts, but we are going to re-brand, branching out to cover all 32 NFL teams, the NFL Draft and some college football.
The process of the aforementioned will take time, as I am going to do this primarily on my own with my money.
That being said, my money is on me — and hopefully the Los Angeles Chargers.
Throw me some hate in the comments, please! (I meant that ‘please,’ to be honest)