Over the weekend I met one of the executives from American Airlines who's job is to get the NFL teams out to London each year. We got to talking about football because I had my Titans fitted on and he asked me how I was a Titans fan... So I explained, and he then told me with a sad look on his face how he was a Raiders fan. As the conversation went on he got to telling me how he'd be in Nashville with the Niners in October. It seems the 49ers will be staying in Nashville that week after we play them at LP Field so that their trip to London is shorter. But why did the NFL schedule this game? Doesn't the league want a good game when representing the league overseas? Of all the international games the NFL has had, only 1 was a blowout, the other 6 were pretty good games. I mean it makes sense to have the Vikings play the Steelers, they're about equal, but the Niners and Jags? Just seems dumb to me. If Im setting up these games Im looking for good match-ups, isn't Goodell trying to expand the league? Why have this game in London? It's an embarrassment to the NFL IMO.