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Raiders Must Make a Move - to L.A.

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Wherever Al Davis is these days - some say Heaven, others not as charitable - let's hope he doesn't have a Facebook account. Because when he sees this, he'll be very, very mad.

This is probably the best demographic study ever done on NFL fandom. Broken down by county, it shows what NFL team is most "liked" by the residents across the 50 states via their Facebook activities.

And Davis can easily draw this one conclusion: L.A. still hearts his Raiduhs.

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