Since it was a topic of conversation at the owners meetings, I thought I would bring it up here. More games, regular season games, played outside the US. (Japan, China, Mexico etc...) I know the reasoning is that the NFL wants to expand its viewership to the international audience. The counter is that the local fans get screwed by losing a home game, and the team gets screwed by losing a home game. So which do you think is more important, keeping the local fan bases happy or internationalizing the game of football? My opnion is that I doubt one game, even a regular season visit from defending championship teams, every few years is really going to build a fan base. I can certainly understand the impetus to send the preseason games abroad. (Yes the game plans are vannilla and the star players sit most of the time.) It does generate some intrest. But by yearly stealing a home game from a crowd that comes and cheers no matter what, it really is a disservice to those that generate all that giant revenue for the leauge.