Hall of Fame Game Failure Reveals Depth of NFL’s Incompetence and Greed

August 8, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's a question everyone in sports has been asking: How did a multibillion-dollar league allow this to happen? How does the NFL allow its Hall of Fame field to resemble the Martian landscape?
How was this allowed by a league that fines players for the wrong socks? Or fines players for wearing logos on their headphones. Or the wrong-color wristbands. Or for wearing a bandanna. Or for not wearing the proper-color shoes. Or for honoring your dead father.
The NFL pays attention to those kinds of details. When it wants, the NFL sees everything, like, say, the PSI pressure in a damn football.
So how did this happen? I hate to say this, and I do not say it casually or with snark, but it's true: This incident is the latest example of how the league just isn't well-run right now.
Just because the NFL is good at making gobs of money doesn't mean it's been operating smartly. The NFL focuses on the wrong things and doesn't seem to care about the important ones. Like the conditi...

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