NFL Lockout May Lead to Better Sunday Programming
As you may have heard, the National Football League is embroiled in negotiations between ownership and the players union, with the possibility of a lockout should the two sides fail to reach an agreement soon.
So what, you may ask, will we watch on Sundays this fall? The Lingerie Football League has one potential answer.The LFL is kicking around the idea of moving its regular season games from Friday to Sunday if the labor situation isn't worked out. Played seven-on-seven, the LFL skips the boring parts of football, namely, punting and field goal kicking. The league boasts ten teams and wanted to add an eleventh, but sadly Oklahoma City mayor Mick Cornett blocked the move.