At the end of the day, the National Football League is just another business operating a franchise. From time to time, every corporation is saddled with a franchise owner who becomes at the very least an embarrassment, at the very worst an insult to the company and itÆs customers. YouÆve seen these pigsty purveyors in every walk of life. The fast food franchise, where rats and Roquefort dressing vie for equal counter space. The 24/7 convenience stores, where roaches rival those hot dogs sizzling in the midnight artificial sun. The home maintenance company that promises to deliver ôService, Satisfaction and Smilesö yet succeeds only in having Moe, Larry and Curly show up at the door. When it comes to dealing with franchises such as these, the Corporate owners promise that these consumer ...
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Article written by Ed Berliner