I was reading an interesting article on ESPN where Bernard Pollard went on to say: "Thirty years from now, I don't think it (THE NFL) will be in existence. I could be wrong. It's just my opinion, but I think with the direction things are going -- where [NFL rules makers] want to lighten up, and they're throwing flags and everything else -- there's going to come a point where fans are going to get fed up with it," he told the website. "Guys are getting fined, and they're talking about, 'Let's take away the strike zone' and 'Take the pads off' or 'Take the helmets off.' It's going to be a thing where fans aren't going to want to watch it anymore."" If Pollard is right, he's basically saying the NFL's popularity has peaked the King Goodell is going to run off all of the fans by watering down the game with excessive rule changes. I always think football will exist in one way or another and if people want to see the product of the 80s, 90s and early 2000s... Why wouldn't investors come forward and try to recreate a league built on those principles? I don't think it will be Vince McMahon or Donald Trump... but people want what they want and someone will sell it to them... Investors would be foaming at the mouth. Is he right or wrong or was he simply trying to make a point.