I mean watching teams fight for their lives is really intense. I think football is big enough in the USA to handle at least another professional league, we already have the UFL, I say expand the UFL to about 20 teams. Here's my idea, shorten the NFL to 20 teams, 12 teams get downgraded to the UFL, basically there only needs to be 8 "new" expansion teams created, there are easily 8 cities that would love a pro football team. LA OKC San Antonio Las Vegas Memphis Austin Toronto Vancouver That's 8 teams right there. Each year, the top 3 teams from the UFL get promoted to the NFL, bottom three NFL teams get downgraded to UFL. Here's how a draft order would be 1-17 = bottom UFL teams 18-20 = relegated 3 NFL teams 21-23 = promoted 3 UFL teams 24-40 = rest of the NFL by record What do y'all think? This would be a lot more exciting imo. Think of how big football is in America, those UFL games will get sold out, college football games get sold out and get huge media coverage. UFL will easily get the same type of coverage. Oh, and there will be 4 divisions in each league, consisting of 5 teams each. The top 6 teams in each league get to the Playoffs (4 division champs, 2 wildcards). For UFL purposes, once the final 4 has been reached, the two teams that advance play each other for the championship, but the 2 teams that lost have to play a single 3rd place game to determine who gets promoted, that might be more exciting than the first place game.