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So, we have our nearly monthly article from some “writer” at TheRinger which is essentially a rehash of the old “struggling teams shouldn’t e allowed to have nice things” argument. Let me clue you guys in on something. The NFL is not the NBA and it is not the MLB. It differentiates itself from those leagues in several ways, but one important distinction is that small market and struggling teams are not routinely forced to cannibalize their rosters, and tank the season as part of a rebuilding effort. I would argue that the NFL is a better league due to the fact that teams consistently hang on to their marque players during their prime instead of expecting fans to continue dropping money on replacement scrubs in laundry while they retool. (Please note, as in all things, Cleveland is the outlier)

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