I don't think people in Canada are aware of the business side of the NFL.
NFL teams are owned by some of the richest people in the U.S., and most of them probably didn't get rich by being nice guys.
Seattle taxpayers got squeezed when they built their stadium. Some suggest it may take 25 years to pay off the debt.
Dallas managed to get taxpayer money for their new stadium also.
And Buffalo had to ask taxpayers for 60 million not so long ago to prop up that team.
Why is this happening when the NFL has huge tv deals, enourmous sponsorship, and well attended games? They also have a salary cap.
If the money numbers being reported are correct, then no NFL team should ever have any financial worries, and no team should ever have to ask taxpayers for money.
But the reality is that this happens more often than not.
So, what are the real NFL money numbers?
Are they artificially inflated by shrewd business men in an effort to keep the value of franchises high?