Winners and losers in the Rams’ return to Los Angeles
Nothing is more heart-wrenching for a die-hard fan than to watch his team move to another city. And nothing is quite as joyful for a fan as having her team return home. But the winners and losers in this high-stakes battle for relocation extend beyond fandom.
He got exactly what he wanted from the NFL and while San Diego figures out what it wants to do, the Rams will have a nice head start on winning over the fan base.
The Disney head honcho wasn’t able to move the needle toward Carson after he signed on to woo NFL owners.
The economic impact of the $3-billion project should be significant for Inglewood. Property values around the stadium should skyrocket.
Median home value in Inglewood
City officials will be constantly reminded of ‘what ifs’ for the forseeable future after their project finished a distant second to Inglewood.
It’s hard to say local NFL fans were football-starved, but a whole generation of fans will now grow up with a Los Angeles team to root for.
Rams attendance in L.A. mostly better than NFL average
It’s never easy to have your team leave town, but the futility of the Rams over the last decade can at least soften the blow a bit.
Win/loss record in St. Louis
A return to the second-largest media market in the country makes the league even more valuable, and expect a Super Bowl in the next decade to showcase the new stadium.
Top 10 media markets
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While the company may be past the bitterness of missing out on a downtown NFL stadium, Tuesday's news probably opened some wounds. They can make up for it if they get a training camp at StubHub Center.