By Quin Hillyer on 2.9.11 @ 6:09AM

The National Football League has one of the best things going in the history of team sports. Its owners and players are on the verge of blowing it entirely, leaving the fans in the lurch. The game should belong to the fans who pay for it. If the owners and players ruin the coming season, may a serious pox be on both their houses.

How stupid must both sides be to even come close to risking their pot of gold and their pre-eminent place in the affections of the American public. How short-sighted. How incredibly unimaginative with solutions. And how pathetically greedy. ….

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