I was conversing with a friend and fellow football enthusiast last night and he made an interesting point. He believes that, "In the next 25 years that football will go the way of the dodo." He's a physician and believes that when they start getting the results back from these chronic head injury case studies that the insurance will balloon so much that it will effectively kill the sport. I had never even considered that skyrocketing premiums could endanger the sport. Obviously, the players are much bigger and creating more forceful collisions that are going to create more severe injuries and the NFL is very proactively trying to change the game. I'm curious to hear the 11W outlook. Personally, I think football is too big to fail. But as a business and in general popularity I would agree that it's probably peaking right now. I don't think it will be extinct but I do think it will be vastly different in 25 years...which saddens the hell out of me but player safety should always be number one.