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Do you guys agree with Mark Cuban?


When he said that the NFL is getting a little too hoggy and greedy and hogs eventually will get slaughtered? In other words, is the NFL in danger of jumping the shark or making the fans lose interest by having too many games on tv during the week? Do you like Roger Goodell's idea of expanding the playoffs by a couple teams and extending the regular season to 18 games? At what point does the NFL risk oversaturation? We all love football as it has now become a year round event with offseason workouts, the draft, free agency and not to mention the 24 hour coverage it gets with the NFL Network and all the blogs and websites like Pride of Detroit. We all look forward to September each year when both college and pro football returns. We look forward to our fantasy teams winning big money for us and our favorite college teams trying to win their Conference as well as going to a major bowl game. But back to Mark Cuban's point, is the NFL ten years away from imploding because of greed and oversaturation? In my opinion, the NFL is just right as it is now with 16 regular season games and the right amount of playoff teams. If it ain't broke why fix it? But what do you all think?

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Pride Of Detroit or its writers.

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