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Old 30.10.2018, 03:43 PM
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Won't happen, those are 2 teams that have no choice but to give up a home game until they move to their new stadiums. No chance they play each other. The Raiders can play in Mexico but it won't be against the Chargers.
Guessing it will be Mexico's turn for the Raiders. Home games next year -
Jaguars (won't be them unless they get them over for a home and away game again)
Titans (don't see them doing an international game two years running)
Bears (Mack Bowl anyone?)
Lions
AFC North (probably Browns)

My money from that lot would be on the Lions.
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Old 30.10.2018, 04:10 PM
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Seen a few tweets mentioning the Jets as one of the teams
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Old 30.10.2018, 05:10 PM
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The earliest I see the Packers playing in London is GB@TB in 2020 since I expect their 2019 game against the Chargers (and potential game against the Rams) to be held for a prime time slot. Chargers-Texans could be on the table though.
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Won't happen, those are 2 teams that have no choice but to give up a home game until they move to their new stadiums. No chance they play each other. The Raiders can play in Mexico but it won't be against the Chargers.
That's incorrect. The rule is they have to give up A game. Not give up a game every year until they move into the new stadium
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Old 30.10.2018, 07:24 PM
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So thinking of possibilities..

Rams
Raiders
Chargers
Jags
Falcons (new stadium, super bowl)
Texans (never been)
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That's incorrect. The rule is they have to give up A game. Not give up a game every year until they move into the new stadium
no, mohamed is correct, any team paying in a temporary stadium, must give up a home game for that season, every season that they are in a temp stadium, it is not a one time deal regardless of how long the are 'homeless'
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no, mohamed is correct, any team paying in a temporary stadium, must give up a home game for that season, every season that they are in a temp stadium, it is not a one time deal regardless of how long the are 'homeless'
He isn't. They only apply rules if they don't get volunteers.

Furthermore, the Raiders aren't in a temporary stadium. There is no rule to get them to come over. They are simply moving.
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Old 30.10.2018, 10:54 PM
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Do away teams get any say? I'm sure I read 2 years ago or so that the Packers were dead against going even as an away team so they might not want to go. The Ravens also suggested they wouldn't be coming back after last year's hammering, so perhaps they can veto it. Certainly if I'm the Chargers I'd prefer a game against the Packers in London having seen the LA Rams game last week.
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Old 31.10.2018, 12:21 AM
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He isn't. They only apply rules if they don't get volunteers.
Incorrect. If a team is in a temporary stadium they MUST give up a home game.

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Furthermore, the Raiders aren't in a temporary stadium. There is no rule to get them to come over. They are simply moving.
The Raiders give up home games because the NFL helped them out big time - a $200m loan and the NFL also helped them secure massive funding for their Las Vegas stadium from Bank of America. As a sweetener for the NFL, the Raiders are giving up home games and will continue to do so.
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Old 31.10.2018, 06:16 AM
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Incorrect. If a team is in a temporary stadium they MUST give up a home game.
A home game. Not every season.
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