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(ESPN)   Roger Goodell: "We cannot guarantee that every cold-weather city can host a Super Bowl, but at least I can say I will push for playoff games on Friday and Monday along with the traditional Saturday and Sunday"   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Roger Goodell, Super Bowl, playoffs, Super Bowl XLVIII, Gregg Easterbrook, Nash bargaining game, wild cards, nfl commissioner  
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2014-01-09 02:27:59 PM  
Seriously, the players can play in the teens, and the fans will watch it, but the farking Super Bowl fans won't come? You're a moron Goodell. Hell, maybe it would allow the working class folks a chance to go to the SB once in awhile... Jesus, I saw a NE game years back where the stands were buried in snow, and the fans just dug out their seats, and basically sat in an igloo for the whole game. Gonna start calling games because of rain, too? MLB can give you some pointers on how to keep your players from ever getting their uniforms mussed up.

And more playoffs? Jeez, it's gonna be like the NHL soon, and we'll have 3 months of playoffs. Why not just let EVERY team into the playoffs? Give them all a Certificate of Participation?

Seriously though, how did this guy get to be commissioner? He doesn't seem to know shiat about his sport.
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