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12-31-2012, 10:22 PM
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Originally Posted by blueandgoldguy View Post
This is typical of Toronto NFL fanboys. They like to reason amongst themselves that the NFL won't come to town because it will threaten the very existence of the CFL. In their blind devotion to all things NFLish, they fail to realize that

1) they do not have a proper NFL facility and no, a retrofitted Rogers Centre is not a long-term solution. No private interests will spend $1 billion on a facility and the city and province can't afford to spend more than a token amount.

2) Toronto is in Buffalo Bills' territory and with the signing of a long-term lease the BIlls won't be going anywhere.

3) The NFL team cannot be owned by a corporation. Thus, Rogers cannot own a team and there is no clear consensus as to who would.

These are the primary reasons why Toronto should not expect an NFL team in their city(and I haven't even covered Toronto's questionable long-term support of the team either), not some silly little notion that the CFL is preventing it from happening.

NFL fanboys in Toronto have to come to terms with their city's shortcomings with regards to the NFL (no stadium, no owner and in Bills' territory). Don't blame it on other external forces to try and console yourselves with why you don't have an NFL team. It comes across as rather desparate and pathetic.
Great and accurate post. So tired of Toronto NFL fans deluding themselves.

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