A few weeks ago, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced a $1.3 billion investment in a new fleet of new cars.
The cars will cost $25 million each and have a starting price of $55,000.
But how does the league decide which of these cars to buy?
Goodell’s press release says the new cars will have “upgraded safety features.”
It sounds like a nice thing to do, but it’s actually an oxymoron.
The new cars don’t have any more safety features than the old ones.
They’re just going to be more expensive.
The only new safety feature is a new seat belt that’s supposed to make it easier to buckle up.
The fact that the seats are upgraded is the only thing that makes the cars safe.
They haven’t had any safety improvements in decades.
What’s more, they’re not even going to cost the league money.
The $1 billion investment will come from private investors and the National Football League Players Association, which has a vested interest in keeping the NFL from investing in more cars.
And the owners of these new cars aren’t going to pay any money for the extra safety features.
Instead, the owners will be paying the league to use the money they’re giving the league.
They’ll use the funds for other things.
Some owners are also buying new cars in order to save money.
“We’re making sure that we’re not losing any money,” NFLPA CEO DeMaurice Smith said in May.
“The owners can choose to buy a new car, but we’re going to continue to invest in our existing vehicles.”
But the owners are paying the NFL, not the other way around.
So what happens if the owners don’t keep paying?
What if the NFL decides to make all the new, upgraded cars safe?
Well, the league could try to force the owners to pay.
That would be a bad idea because the owners could argue that they didn’t get any benefit from the new car.
That’s a problem because the league already has the money to make that claim.
The owners would have to argue that the cars are safer because they were being made to be safer.
And that would be expensive.
But the problem with this argument is that the owners can’t argue that because the cars aren?t being made safer, they weren?t getting any benefit.
If the owners didn?t get any money, they wouldn?t have the money for a lawsuit against the NFL.
The NFL could sue the owners.
But it’s unlikely that it would win a lawsuit.
Goodell has tried to keep the league on track to keep cars safer by getting new cars made safer.
But because the old cars were unsafe, the cars were made to remain unsafe, so they can be used to hurt other people, too.
The players and owners are both entitled to a reasonable expectation of safety.
If there were a real safety benefit, then they shouldn?t be paying for it.
They should be paying their share of the cost of making the cars safer.
The idea that the NFL has a safety incentive to keep safer cars is nonsense.
The real reason the NFL pays for its cars is because it has an interest in protecting itself.
That interest is to keep other owners from investing money in the company.
The money the owners pay to the league is the money the league needs to buy more cars to keep drivers from getting hurt.
The problem is that all the money is going to the owners and not to the players.
The league should have no interest in making cars safer, so why should the owners?