I have heard that the patriots are replacing the video boards at the Stadium. Did the Pats decide to raise the video boards by 20 or 30 feet and install some more seats in the available vacated space? One of the long range detriments the Pats face is that their stadium Gillette is by far the smallest in the AFCE. Now that the rules on sharing funds have been modified so that private boxes are now shared, there is little benefit for those corporate boxes, unlike before. Similarly, other sources of income have now been shared. So the only real benefit in differentiating revenues now, is how many game tickets you can sell. Capacity is 68,750 at Gillette, 73,000+ at Bills stadium, 75,000+ at Miami's stadium, and now 82,000+ for the NewYork Giants Stadium that the Nieu Joisey Jest also will use. So revenues for it opponents will vary from additional 5,000 tickets to as much as 14,000 tickets for 10 games a season. That allows them milliions more in revenues to be potentially more competitive in bidding for players, coaches, scouting, facilities, et cetera.