During a time where we don’t know if sports will be played for the remainder of the 2020 year, politicians, city planners, and league commissioners will all be working diligently together to find a solution to bring games back to the fans.
Over the weekend, Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio discussed how there may be a possibility where the Los Angeles Chargers, Los Angeles Rams, and Las Vegas Raiders could all share a stadium during the 2020 season if California doesn’t progress enough to allow sporting events.
“The 49ers and Cardinals could share the Arizona venue with no conflicts at all. The Chargers and Raiders could share the new Las Vegas Stadium with only one potential conflict. Ditto for the Rams and the Cowboys.”
“As it turns out, Las Vegas also could potentially absorb the Rams, too.”
Rams COO Kevin Demoff said: “Our sole focus is on playing at SoFi Stadium, hopefully in front of our fans.”
If this scenario plays out, it would be the Rams opening the Allegiant Stadium with their Week 1 game against the Dallas Cowboys. The Chargers would then play there the following Sunday before the Raiders got a chance to open there 2020 season with a Monday night game against the Saints.
Week 4, 10, and 14 would be scheduling conflicts as games would have to move in order for teams to play home games.