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Goodell now wants to make the draft 4 days instead of 3

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http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/roger-goodell-wants-four-day-draft--expanded-playoffs-----what-s-too-much--154236250.html

 

 

 

 

I swear, when is enough enough? Why not just go ahead and make it a whole week for every round. And a bonus day also for the supplemental draft.

 

How does this man stop and seriously tell himself some of these things are seriously good ideas? I thought two days was perfectly fine.

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Also, I checked 3 pages back to see if this topic had been made and I didn't see it, so sorry if it's already been done.

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I just don't like how much he is trying to change things, not necessarily this idea. But he's trying too hard to be written in the history books and it's annoying me

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yeah...........I'll tune in the 4th day...............

 

just to see the 5th, 6th and 7th rounds as I win the Huddle draft contest.

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Yea read that earlier it's bs. Butto him it's all about ratings an that equals more money. Im so ready for a new commish.

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I already don't like a 3 day draft.

So, yes, lets make it even longer!!!

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Greed.

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separating out round one was lame enough as it was, expanding it further will completely ruin the whole thing.

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