NFL Lockout: Which Franchises Will Suffer the Most If a Lockout Should Occur?

March 5, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Are you the kind of fan who rarely attends a regular season game? Maybe you’re the polar opposite, owning a costly season ticket? 
Or perhaps you are most comfortable at home; laughing at the suckers who aren’t spending their days watching three-dimensional “Monday Night Football?”

Whichever category sums up your loyalty, take note, because it may vanish momentarily in a plume of smoke.
In the past two weeks, the NFL has successfully led a thirsty horse to water, with fans saddling up for the ultimate ride as the thought of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement remains hopeful.
After blinking once, however, that same hopefulness has left our hands, and shifted over to money-hungry lawyers.
For fans who still remain optimistic, those well-dressed henchmen are intent on doing what is “right” for the league, even if that means reducing 2011’s regular season to 14 games next year.
Then again, that scenario could...

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