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It’s an ugly look for the Los Angeles Chargers. Playing their final couple games at Dignity Health Sports Park before moving into a brand new stadium next season, the team just has no home-field advantage.

That came out in droves ahead of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Check out Vikings fans taking over Southern California. Almost literally.

That’s just a horrible look for NFL football in Los Angeles. When the league decided to allow the Rams and Chargers to relocate from their former homes, the hope was that the NFL would take off in Southern California after a quarter century absence.

This obviously has not been the case, and it paints both the Chargers and the NFL in a bad light.

Vincent Frank
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