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Old 03-24-2014   #12
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Default Re: Mark Cuban: NFL too Greedy

If it gets a lot of these "reality" shows off my TV then I'm all for it.

Seriously though, isn't part of the reason we want more football because we only get it 2 or 3 times a week? Take baseball for example. I love baseball, it comes on every day of the week, but there are points throughout that long 6 month regular season, where there's games every single freaking night, that's just too much. I have to get away from it for a few days, a week, maybe 2.

And that's just following the local team only. I don't follow baseball, where every team has 6 games a week, like I do the NFL, where each team still just has one game a week. I'm likely not watching a Mariners-Royals Wednesday night game where as I would definitely catch a Seahawks-Chiefs Thursday nighter. Or I guess Wednesday night if it comes to that.

And as a season ticket holder, I'd prefer ALL games be on Sunday.

I like the way it works now, though I'd rather not have a Thursday night game. But I can live with that. NFL and usually a college game on Thursday, college Saturday, NFL Sunday and Monday. That works and the NFL still makes their gozillions. Stop messing with what ain't broke, before you do break it.
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