Either you think football is fine the way it is, otherwise known as the “if-it-ain’t-broke-don’t-fix-it” camp, or you see where the league is heading and are willing to embrace changes, otherwise known as the “football-junkie-give-me-more-at-all-costs” camp.
Scott Zolak and Andy Gresh both fall into those categories.
Zo, the pigskin traditionalist, says leave it alone — most everything alone.
“I don’t like expansion as far as talking about putting a team in London. I think that’s ridiculous. The sport won’t roll over there. It’s nice for the one, singular event over there where everybody gets together and blows into their vuvuzelas.
“I don’t like expansion of the NFL schedule. I like things the way it is. I think it’s something that’s not broken. I don’t like preseason. I’m open to maybe adding a regular season game or two, but putting more teams into the playoffs and expanding that, you’re gonna have teams rolling people over in the postseason.”
Gresh makes the case that expanding the playoffs isn’t so bad "
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