Thirteen years after he successfully sued the NFL to let his team leave Oakland, Al Davis is bringing the Raiders home. The move comes only a few months after the Los Angeles Rams left for St. Louis, and leaves the country's second largest city without a pro football team. Davis, who had been unhappy with the decrepit condition of the Los Angeles Coliseum, become more concerned after the structure was damaged in the 1993 earthquake. In stepped Davis' former landlord, the Oakland Coliseum, with a $85 million stadium modernization to sweeten the pot. Fans can only hope that a return to the Bay Area may help to revive the flagging team's once fearsome ability.