Green Bay got a special pass to a one-time deal for ownership, why wouldn't they do it for market expansion? They allowed the Bills to play a game out of the country on the premise of market expansion, yet it's a bad idea now ? Couldn't the owners simply pass a ownership % exception just as easy as the tuck rule, it filled in a blank to cover up for the refs allowing the Pats to win didn't they ?
We're not out of the woods yet, no one stops Toronto for collectively over-paying & the trust asking for a one-time pass for expansion sake. Bon Jovi had a lot of conversations with Roger & the other owners, they might try something. They already approved one Toronto pass for games, why not another full-time ? Beware.
The NFL could change the rules for market expansion purposes
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