Doesn't the National Football League have enough money already without sending their henchman after churches of all places?
Tickets are selling for thousands of dollars, Super Bowl ads for $2.6 million a pop, and corporate sponsorships are worth bazillions, not to mention merchandising. So now the NFL wants to tell houses of God what size TV their worshippers can watch the game on?
I'll be looking for a lightning strike at midfield on Sunday.
Then again, any hard-core football fan knows the only place to truly enjoy the game is at a bowling alley with a brew in one hand, and a 16-pound ball in the other.