John Clayton over at ESPN talks about the possibility of the league expanding from 12 playoff teams to 14 playoff teams to 16 playoff teams. I say they go with 15 playoff teams just to make the scheduling a nightmare but I guess that is why I am here doing the Newswire instead of working for the NFL. Come on Paul, give me a chance.
There is a 2004 mock draft out already and I am sure TBF is somewhere out there getting ready to munch away. Anybody think that this mock draft holds about as much water as say a former owner of a pro football team in Cleveland giving the fans his "word"?
FoxSports used some sort of techno gizmo thing-a-ma-jog and came up with the top ten most stable franchises in the NFL and the AFC North came in with 3 out of the 4 teams being ranked in the top ten. I will give the folk down in Cincinnati 5 guesses as to what AFCN team was left out.
The Chargers are still stringing along the city of San Diego while they discuss a deal for a new stadium while the NFL assists with the teams blackmail by continuing to insist that San Diego will not get to host another Super Bowl until the facilities are upgraded. Meanwhile in L.A. the city council has thrown it's support behind a study as to weather an NFL team should be in their city. Round and round we go....
There are a few other stories hangin' around on the Newswire today as well so go and see what you can find and amaze your friends, family and co-workers with your slick and hip knowledge of the NFL. You have the power.