I'm just going to come out and say it. I don't think this is all that good of a look for the Chargers. Honestly, do you think that guy is a lifelong fan that is so passionate about his team and his city that he traveled to his team's new city just to scream obscenities at their dickhead of an owner? I'm not saying that's not the case, but I would say it's equally possible that he's just a hipster that bought that jersey around the corner for 60% and was just looking for an opportunity to protest and fight the power instead of hitting up the same old underground record store for the umpteenth day in a row. I can't imagine what it would be like to feel scorned by one of my sports teams, but so far those that have been the most outspoken about the move haven't been the most convincing of supporters. Whether it was the old guy that looked like he just had a spoiled carton of eggs to get rid of or this dude who looked like he was pissed that he wasn't able to get his $8 coffee from the craft java spot prior to watching Dean Spanos' attempt to be personable and sincere, the San Diego faithful are going to need some better representation if they want me to truly sympathize with their pain.
P.S. Our boy Lance Alworth - who unquestionably only showed up hoping there would be a fight - is the guy I need present at the rally when the team eventually moves away from the City Of Angels like the countless football franchises before them. Other than rich celebrities that are only there to keep up appearances, he's the prototype for what I expect out of the Chargers new fan base. Probably only went with the throwback because he forgot to bring his Dodgers jersey to the cleaners to get the blood stains out.