Jerry Jones losing influence with NFL owners..LOL.

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    This is the greatest news I have heard since the Rams came back to LA.:banana:

    This A hole has always had way too much power. I went from being a fan of him after he was instrumental in getting my Rams back to LA to now hating him again because he was ALSO instrumental in getting the owners to vote for the Raiders relocating to Vegas "which by the way is not going to happen as i have been documenting in my thread with one major obstacle after another coming up that is killing the move making it the move far more difficult each month.lol.oh and that NEVER happened with Kroneke btw.:biggrin:"

    Like many,i so much hate this disgusting human being.My reason being for putting the Oakland fans through what they have had to endure even though the move will never happen now. so this is music to my ears to hear that he has lost the influence and power he used to have with the other NFL owners he has had ever since he became Cowboys owner.:up::clap2::dance:

    Jerry Jones losing credibility, sway with owners over spat with Roger Goodell
     
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    . Otherwise he's white, wants players to stand for the Anthem, and you looked for a cover reason to hate his guts ? LOL.
     
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    thats just MY main reason for hating him and glad that he is losing his power. what is funny is what a flip flopper he is,he said he would fire anybody who did not stand for the flag and then he goes out and kneels with them.comedy gold.:biggrin:
     
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    The proposed coliseum in Vegas is a no go project. LA Traitors will most likely stay in Oakland.
     
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    you are one of only about a handful of people here that get it that the Vegas project is indeed a no go,:thup:this was the final nail in the coffin for it.:lmao::haha:
    NFL not saying whether tax bill could jeopardize Las Vegas stadium

    Could the Republican tax bill’s provision to eliminate tax breaks for cities and states that borrow money to build stadiums jeopardize the new Raiders stadium in Las Vegas? The NFL isn’t saying.

    of COURSE their not saying,they want to keep a lid on it.:biggrin:

    this person here nailed it below in his post.:thup:

    Whether or not this bill passes, I can guarantee you that all Vegas stadium construction has been put on hold until further notice thereby extending (greatly) the Raiders potential move time. If the bill passes, the Raiders will likely be responsible for all expenses incurred to date, including forfeiture penalties and there will be no relocation fee paid by the NFL. Back to the tarps, Raiders.

    Looks like Mark Davis is now going to have to focus om Mexico.:haha::lmao:
     
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    It gets even worse for the Raiders in vegas.hee hee.
    one thing that is not being mentioned is because the tragic vegas shootings,there is going to much less tourism than ever before which they are counting on to fill that stadium.lol and if that is nto enough it just got much better.hee hee comedy gold.



    Oakland Raiders | Las Vegas Raiders NFL Stadium Groundbreaking Can’t Mask Problems There's a lot of buzz generated in anticipation of the planned groundbreaking for the Oakland Raiders Las Vegas NFL UNLV Stadium. The event's supposed to be held this Monday, November 13th, and as these things will do, is already causing some people to think that the stadium's going to pop-up overnight. Also, the Raiders sudden change in messaging has contributed to this. About a month ago, the general word was the Raiders were seeking to stay in Oakland through 2022, and maybe not even move to Las Vegas. There were and still are good reasons for that. But after One October, something not talked about publicly happened such that the Raiders are now talking about a 2020 Stadium opening, and even having the NFL Draft in Las Vegas in 2019, which is a complete joke because the Stadium's not going to be ready. Still, Oakland Raiders President Marc Badain put on his snake oil salesman suit, and trotted out that pablum to an audience that could eat it and think it was steak. And so it goes with this groundbreaking event. But the reality is there are a number of reasons why the Raiders groundbreaking is meaningless at this point, and the Silver and Black could still wind up without a stadium. Let's see what remains to be done: 1) 13 of All 14 documents, including the UNLV Joint-Use Agreement and the Community Benefits Agreement, must be made and signed by all parties. 2) UNLV has no incentive to sign the Joint-Use Agreement with the Raiders, as by dragging its feet to May 16th 2018, the University can then take over the project from the NFL team by law – The Southern Nevada Tourism and Investment Act (SNTIA). 3) The matter of why it's taken seven months (and counting) to do soil and land analysis has never been answered – don't expect the reason to be revealed at the groundbreaking, let alone how much it's really going to cost to prep the land. 4) The gap in financing between what the cost is to provide parking for 14,000 cars and also to improve the highway and streets and roadways for the stadium has never been filled. Moreover the SNTIA says the Raiders as developer have to pay for some of that cost. 5) The Stadium Hotel Tax Revenue, already not producing the money that was projected per month. The Las Vegas Stadium Authority is trying to put its best face on a bad problem, but it's a real issue. And that leads to... 6) The impact of One October is on such a terrible scale that it's reasonable to believe the casual traveler is less likely to come to Las Vegas. That hurts hotel occupancy, which depresses the Stadium Hotel Tax Revenue, which makes it more a chance that Clark County's General Fund is tapped into. The problem is the 1.5 to 1 debt coverage ratio – it should have been 2 and the tax should have been 1.4 percent and the not less than 1 percent it is now. 7) The loan debt from the Bank of America Stadium produces a 27 million additional annual operating cost. The Raiders have not identified a revenue stream to pay for the loan. Where's the additional sponsorship revenue needed beyond what was projected in the SNTIC reports? Those are the major issues standing in the way; if I added the minor ones the total list wouild be twice as long. There are other issues like drainage and the channel at the north end of the property. I could go on and on. And then there's the GOP Tax Plan. There's no stomach to take out the anti-pro-sports-stadium tax exemption provision. And if that happens, I don't care what Steve Hill says, the deal's dead. Stay tuned.
     
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    with the way the chargers are bombing in LA,the NFL with all their problems especially that one,are not about to risk having the same failure and problems in Vegas.that for sure would be the final nail in the coffin for the NFL.
     

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