I find it rather ironic that Candlestick Park was built as a baseball-only facility, then was expanded to include the 49ers for football - who are now its *only* tenants. Kind of the reverse of what happened at Angel Stadium (which, thank God, became baseball-only once again, after the LA Rams left). Anyway, my question to all you 49ers fans is, are you in agreement that your team needs a new place to play? From what I hear, Candlestick is falling way the hell apart. And of course it has not been easy for the team to find a new place either - they seem to have trouble trying to bend an ear at Santa Clara, for example. So I got to thinking, how about sharing a stadium? The Jets and Giants have done all right in this regard; if they can share Giants Stadium - and, as of 2010, the new Meadowlands - how about the 49ers? I was thinking they could share space with the Raiders in Oakland, although this would probably only work if the A's got Cisco Field built - having more than two teams share a stadium would get tricky real fast (although in 1975, all four New York teams - Mets/Yankees, and Jets/Giants - were playing at Shea). So how about this: The 49ers temporarily relocate to Oakland and share the Coliseum with the Raiders. Then they tear Candlestick Park down and build a new stadium right where it used to be, which they could move back into when complete. Or, depending on the current state of the Coliseum (which is probably not good, it being a cookie cutter and all), the Raiders and 49ers might simply decide to permanently share a new stadium. But then the question becomes, where should that stadium be?