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12-31-2009, 02:16 PM
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That's like saying it's not a good business decision for BMW to make their cars so expensive that it takes a large number of potential customers out of the picture.
That's not at all comparable.

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The fact is that people will do anything to watch NFL football, and the NFL knows it
No, that's not a fact..
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100s of thousands of people have switched to DirecTV for that reason alone.
And the people who didn't move to DIRECTV? The NFL doesn't want/need their money?

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NFL moved Monday Night Football from free ABC (almost 40 years its been free) to pay-for ESPN. They created the Thursday night game which can only be seen now on premium channel NFL Network (which is available to all cable providers I think). I wouldn't be surprised if before you know it there's an NFL game every day of the week.
I don't disagree. Doesn't mean it's smart business.

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