Goodell has sights on expanding NFL playoffs, replay

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  • Updated: February 1, 2014 - 12:13 AM

If Roger Goodell gets his way, change is coming to the NFL.

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rooster561Feb. 1, 14 8:11 AM

Expanding the playoffs is a dumb ides. That will mean that almost half the teams will be in. How does that raise the competition. Complacent teams will now have a chance. To get to the playoffs is a goal, not almost a given. If anything he is using the fan base as an excuse for more revenue for the N.F.L. The game has already been evolving away for its purest form. No need to let teams that don't deserve to being in the playoffs waltz in with 500 records or even losing records. Really Comish?

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purplewvFeb. 1, 14 9:31 AM

"There is a lot of room to make football better". STOP RUINING THE GAME !!!!!!! The changes the Commish/Owners want are not to make the game better. It is to better their own bank accounts. Who is he trying to put one over on ? GO VIKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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mick53Feb. 1, 14 7:41 PM

God dell has many ideas...no more kick offs, no more touching the quarterback, no hits on players making over 10 million, complete new scoring system, games determined by players fantasy football stats, and Ronnie Lott fined and removed from the Hall of Fame for vicious hits on defenseless receivers....yes I know this is sarcasm, however with him you never know.

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dauntecFeb. 2, 14 8:28 AM

George Young, the general manager of the New York Giants once famously said, "Whenever someone tells you it's not about the money, be sure to remind them that it's ALWAYS about the money."

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