SAN DIEGO (KUSI) - In March, hundreds of Chargers fans attended a rally at Qualcomm Stadium, imploring the city to do everything in it's power to keep the team in San Diego.
But four months later, there's little progress and some fans like Paul Zamora say they can see the writing on the wall.
Parrish Franklin is also started to think that keeping the team in town is a lost cause.
Sports bar owner Steve Vandenlangerberg says it's hard to stay positive when the talk is so negative.
But Kristen Parket is still keeping the faith.
She can't imagine San Diego without the Chargers.
Chris Hoyle is also a believer.
George Scott won't stop cheering for the Chargers this season even if their days in San Diego are numbered.
If it's true that time heals all wounds, maybe losing the Chargers won't always hurt so badly because not everyone in San Diego roots for the home team.
But for Chargers fans, the loyal and the diehard, the game isn't over yet.
4575 Viewridge Ave. San Diego, CA 92123
Newsroom: 858-571-NEWS (6397)
Turko Files: 858-571-FILE (3453)
Business offices: 858-571-5151