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Ty@Lions In Winter does it again! (must read!)



My hat is off, again, to Ty over at The Lions In Winter for a fantastic article!  Well it's actually a letter he sent to comm. Goodall.  Basically he's trying to bring the commissioner back to reality of the NFL, the reality of the fans. 

Here's a prime example of what I mean:

It wasn’t long ago that Major League Baseball was our national pastime and passion, and it wasn’t long ago that NHL hockey stood on equal footing with the NFL, MLB, and NBA.  Work stoppages were the catalysts for a precipitous drop in interest, passion, ratings, merchandise sales, and revenue for both leagues—and neither has returned to its previous place in the American sports landscape.  If you, the owners, and the players cannot find a timely way to divvy up the monstrous sum we fans donate to you every year, the rainbow will vanish—and that pot of gold with it.

 

In my opinion this letter is a must read for any fan of football.  You can find the full article HERE!  I don't know who TY is but some of his insights just blow me away.  Must respect to the guy.

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