Even more proof that the NFL isn't coming to Canada

2 of the dumb arguments about the NFL coming to Canada were that...

  1. If L.A. gets an NFL team they will have an odd number of teams so they would need a team in T.O.... Well , read the article.

  2. That the BILLS will be coming to Toronto for good... Well , read this article.

http://www.tsn.ca/nfl/story/?id=399565

I dedicate this article to , Milken...

What does the Goodell article talking about the potential move of a franchise to LA have to do with Toronto?? or the NFL not coming to Toronto, I think YOU should read it again. They don't talk about Toronto in the article????

And why do you only mention the Bills? there could be another NFL team relocating or an expansion team. So what is so bad about the NFL coming to Toronto? why can't the majority of people get what they want? The CFL can flourish without the Argos in Toronto.

I really couldn't care less about an NFL team in Toronto, I wouldn't attend. All I'm saying is that Torontonians couldn't care less about the ARgos and Torontonians love their NFL. I think the writing is on the wall.

It's not just my opinion even the CFL commish, Cohon said a few seasons ago that the writing is on the wall and we have to get used to the NFL in Toronto.

[url=http://www.cbc.ca/sports/football/story/2007/11/23/cohon-nfl-toronto.html]http://www.cbc.ca/sports/football/story ... ronto.html[/url]

The Bills have just renewed and signed anther FIVE year deal with Rogers, so it must be pretty successful.

[url=http://www.buffalonews.com/sports/bills-nfl/article868632.ece]http://www.buffalonews.com/sports/bills ... 868632.ece[/url]
  1. Talk to me when something has ACTUALLY been signed :lol: :roll:

  2. These are very old articles. Both are from May , 22nd , 2012.

  3. I will believe what the NFL Commish says now over old news that you provide. :lol:

Also you believe a HUFF. Post article that was actually a joke. :lol:

mike, with the stadium reno's in Buffalo almost assured and a new long term lease, it looks like the Bills are staying in Buffalo which means no team in Toronto. Do you understand what is going on in Buffalo with these developments? Roger Goodell has indicated publicly he sees the Buffalo-Toronto area as one area, which translates to one team in that area I would say.

[url=http://www.buffalonews.com/city/communities/erie-county/article907954.ece]http://www.buffalonews.com/city/communi ... 907954.ece[/url]

They have just cut the tickets prices for the 8th BILLS in Toronto game [2 weeks after the sold out Grey Cup]
by a whopping 51%

If these games made so much money then WHY are they cutting ticket prices at all? :wink: