Why he thinks having more playoff teams is going to get a family of 4 to now give up an entire Sunday and fork over at least $800 to have their kids actually be able to see what the players look like.... (to pay entitled brats $20-40 mil a year)...
And a Sunday night show where teams pick opponents is going to generate all this extra playoff interest when the games themselves routinely take over 4 hours. I rarely watch a non Mets playoff game - itís like watching paint dry... and even the Mets used to be a challenge.
Fix playoff pace of play And make going to games affordable for those who canít take a tax deduction on the seats - those are your issues ó once youíve actually done that, feel free to tinker as needed
needs to take the basketball approach and market individual players. One of the main reasons the NBA has climbed back to a level of enjoyment is because they market their young stars. Every league has some kind of uniform policy regarding cleats but I would to see some different footwear on players and that includes the NFL
Paul Tagliabue was an outstanding commissioner. A group of prominent CEOs voted him the best commissioner in sports. Paul had business acumen.
During the Tagliabue-era the league supported the construction of some 20 new stadiums, created a league-wide Internet network and the subscriber based NFL TV. Paul scored the largest television contracts in entertainment history, totaling some $25 billion dollars.
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