Well, this isn't going to be a very in-depth post. I was just pondering how a change to an 18-game schedule could affect the importance of a developmental league for the NFL. One repercussion of the proposed schedule would be less preseason game time for marginal players to prove their worth to a team, or on the flipside for a team to figure out who goes in those last few spots on their roster. The UFL, which I believe is highly receptive to being something like a developmental league to the NFL, could become a source for these players. They share networks with the NFL, since a good deal of their coaching staffs are from the NFL, and they can basically provide film on guys to help them evaluate them. This could become a critical part of the NFL. What do you think?