With the question over which town the Chargers will ultimately call home looming, the Chargers' marketing team rolled out an ironic slogan for this season:
“We’re all in.”
We’re all in? Many fans took to social media to question the slogan and poke fun at the choice of words.
“Chargers ‘ slogan should be: “We’re all packed,” tweeted Art Leider.
Jay Bandoy tweeted in response to NBC 7's Derek Togerson's tweet: "Oof. That gambling saying reminds me of that Snipes movie where he says, 'Always bet on black!'...like Raiders?! #sublanyard."
The team, whose legal counsel has indicated a strong desire to pursue a deal that would put the team in the LA area, rolled out the slogan on the team’s lanyards and on fan T-shirts and even in a promotional video.
NBC 7 posted a photo of the “We’re All In” lanyards on its Instagram page and dozens responded with negative comments.
“We’re all in?? Please…All in with LA,” @susiq1968 commented.
“Would that be the LA Chargers?” @jenthebrat wrote.
“The empty seats would suggest fans are over it,” @chuckintools commented.
We took the comments to a spokesman for the Chargers, who said the team was “going to pass” on giving a response.
What do you think – are you “all in” no matter where the team calls home? Leave a comment below.