The NFL along with the owners of the team should be the ones footing the bill for these stadiums.
They should have a rule in place giving the team with the oldest stadium the most help financially every 2 years to build a brand new stadium .
Something like a 70/30 split NFL 70% Team owners 30% and the city pays for the up keep from the revenue as their piece of the puzzle .
Award a team this every 2 years . Seeing as they make a annual $9 Billion a year annually $1.2 to $1.6 billion every 2 years (which would be out of $18 billion over that time) isn't going to hurt there over all profit to keep team buildings state of the art .
After 32 teams every 2 years by the time you would get to the 32nd team it would be 64 years at $1.6 billion that would be $51.2 billion spent out of $288 billion made over that time period .
Which if it was a 70/30 split these numbers would be less for all involved...
The cities & teams could then have the responsibility of the up keep from the revenues that the building would bring in b/c in the Bills situation it would create a water front stadium & sports museum for the entire region to enjoy in the off season .
Edited by T master, 04 May 2013 - 08:02 PM.