The National Football League wants to go to 18 regular season games a year.
I'm not sure that I approve. (little known fact: I have to approve of all moves made by the NFL before they're "official" - you can thank me for those lines that show up on your tv and let you know if they've made the first down).
I sometimes wonder if I'd care about baseball if they played 20 games a year. I watch 1-2 games each year in person and 0-0 games on television. I think if there were only 20, I'd probably watch 5-10. Each game would be worth 5% of a seaon...instead of losing a three game homestand and having it only affect 2% of your season. I don't have time to care about grown men playing a kid's game for that long of a season.
More does not equal more in sports. More teams making it to the postseason just waters it down and makes it less spectacular. That's why it's a bigger deal in baseball & football than it is in hockey. Also in the hockey playoffs you have to watch hockey...so there's that.
For the record - not a fan of more people in the NCAA tournament.
Not a fan of more regular season games in football.
I am a fan of less pre-season games.
I am a fan of The Office.
I am not a fan of any show with "dance" in the title...