Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by Wolf, Sep 13, 2009.
Christ I hope revenue sharing doesn't go out the door. I think there might be a fair case made for those people who visit opposing stadiums and add to local economies IMO. One step closer to something that looks like the crap that is MLB. A handful of teams consistently at the top and a lot persistent bottom dwelling teams.
The statement on stadiums is crazy too. Must be hard to be an NFL owner, hold cities up for paying half the expenses of a new stadium but garner ALL the profit derived from them.
A revolutionary way of sharing revenue: getting fined for talking about sharing revenue.
That was an expensive interview there Jerry!
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