Today brings another twist in the long-running soap opera of the Tiger-Cats, thanks to a front-page article in Moncton's Times And Transcript about the Hamilton stadium mess and Moncton officials' apparent interest in perhaps catching the Tiger-Cats if they do decide to move. There have been some brief discussions of possibly moving the team to another area entirely before, particularly after the Confederation Park plan collapsed, but this is one of the first serious displays of interest from local officials outside Ontario. There also is significant support for the CFL in the Maritimes, as demonstrated by the success of events like this year's Touchdown Atlantic game (pictured above). However, moving to Moncton could be disastrous for both the Tiger-Cats and the CFL as a whole. Here are five reasons why this plan isn't a good idea for anyone.
1. Relocation outside a market is the worst move from a league perspective.
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