Yes I was a 49ers fan ( Still Am ) and all that but I feel like the NFL of today is a second class product compared to the NFL before the Salary Cap came into play. I seriously doubt there are many teams today that could hope to compete with the NFL teams before the salary cap.
What do you think. Of course if your team is winning right now you may think all is well in the NFL world but as a long term fan I can assure you it isn't. I wonder how long it will be before the advertisers on the NFL take notice.
The NFL has a lot of parity now. But the Patriots sure look good. I bet they could play with the old Niners team.
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