Top Ten Cities That Shouldn't Have Their NFL Team

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The Top Ten

1 Austin Texans

City populations needs to be downgraded down to state capital cities to save the league. There are states that have NFL teams that don't need them because of other major pro sports with so many more games to play. States of Arizona, California, Colorado, DC, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas. Teams that are located in big cities should relocate to small cities, as small as but not smaller than state capital, like most of NFL teams located in cities that are state capitals, which means some [nearly half] of the state capital cities can and should be the perfect locations for an NFL team and stadium. That will some some league issues.

They're actually called the Houston Texans. - creed99

2 San Francisco 49'ers

Almost all big populated cities shouldn't be having an NFL team because there are other major pro sport(s) in almost all big cities in America. They don't need the NFL because of only 16 games, the NFL teams should be located in cities smaller than 300 thousand people instead of big cities with other teams, but no smaller than state capital cities in their states. There are still about around 20 states that still don't a major pro sport team at all and should change soon. I was thinking of cities that are consider to be state capitals and largest city to have an NFL team and possibly SOCCER in Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, and West Virginia. Well, Utah has 2 major pro sports teams, which are NBA and SOCCER but sell the NBA team for NFL. This is why the NFL should have a population limit on City, County and MSA, but no limit on CSA.

3 New York Jets

Either them or the Giants should move to Albany, which New York state's capitol and oldest city.

The Jets need to move to London - CSB

4 Dallas Cowboys

All big cities shouldn't be having any team, period. There are plenty of other pro sports, which means they should be in smaller cities instead.

They should probably be called Lubbock Cowboys.

5 Oakland Raiders

Las Vegas also shouldn't be having an NFL team, they should be located in Carson City or Reno.

Pretty much all current and future cities shouldn't be having an NFL team. Only in locations population limited to 300 thousand people towards proper city, county population by up to one million and MSA population up to 2 million, but no limit to CSA.

Actually, some states should NOT need NFL teams at all because they have plenty of other major pro sports. States {Cities} that need the NFL and should have them instead are Alabama {Montgomery}, Arkansas {Little Rock}, Connecticut {Hartford}, Idaho {Boise}, Iowa {Des Moines}, Kansas {Topeka}, Kentucky {Frankfort}, Maine {Lewiston or Auburn}, Mississippi {Jackson}, Nebraska {Lincoln}, Nevada {Carson City or Reno}, New Hampshire {Nashua}, New Jersey {Trenton}, New Mexico {Santa Fe}, Oregon {Salem}, Rhode Island {Providence}, South Carolina {Columbia}, Utah {Salt Lake City}, Virginia {Richmond}, and West Virginia {Charleston} that needs and definitely should have an NFL location team name and stadium but states of Kentucky, Maine and New Hampshire should use their state name for location. These are the states that needs to and should have an NFL team instead of states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, ...more

6 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams

Actually, all big cities don't need an NFL team, they should be located in smaller markets instead, just like the Packers play in small market. Cities like Little Rock, Hartford, Boise, Des Moines, Jackson MS, Santa Fe NM, Albany NY, Providence, Columbia, and Charleston WV that should be having an NFL team.

7 Jacksonville Jaguars

They should be called Tallahassee Jaguars.

8 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Just about all cities shouldn't be having an NFL team, they should all be in small markets just like the Packers.

9 Buffalo Bills

Just about all big cities that has an NFL team or 2 shouldn't be having any. It's better to downgrade by having them located in smaller cities, just like back in the early NFL era. Separated from BASEBALL with 162 games, NBA and NHL with 82. Big cities already have plenty of pro sports and none of them need to and should NOT have all big 4 teams. Cities with less than 300 thousand people that are state capital and largest city in some states don't have any major pro sports teams and should totally have an NFL team instead of big cities in states of Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and West Virginia are perfect locations for NFL teams. Also have an NFL team in Hartford CT, Topeka KS, Carson City NV instead of Las Vegas, Santa Fe NM, and Albany NY, they're also capital cities in their states and possibly the oldest city in their states as well. Maybe about half of state capital cities can and should have an NFL team instead.

10 Cleveland Browns

Almost all cities shouldn't be having an NFL team. All NFL teams should located in smaller markets, just like back in the early era. According to league policy, they should be in smaller markets. Cities like Little Rock, Hartford, Boise, Des Moines, Jackson, Santa Fe, Albany, Providence, Columbia, Salt Lake City, & Charleston that should have an NFL team instead of almost all current locations because they don't need an NFL team, they pretty much all have some other major pro sports teams like an MLB, NBA and/or NHL. The cities I typed in this post don't have any major pro sport team in these states, other than New York and Utah, should have a team.

The Contenders

11 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles The Philadelphia Eagles are a professional football franchise based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Eagles compete in the National Football League as a member club of the league's National Football Conference East division.

Philadelphia and Pittsburgh doesn't need a team, they have plenty of other pro sports teams, the NFL stadium in Pennsylvania should be in Harrisburg, the capital of Pennsylvania to help with baseball stadium attendance issues. This is why the NFL shouldn't ever be in big markets with other pro sports, it's so much waste of money and big cities are too greedy for NFL, it'll save by relocating to small cities, just like the Packers survived in Green Bay with a city population of just over 100 thousand.

Sucky eagles

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