I was daydreaming here and got to thinking, has anyone ever floated the idea of turning the SB in to a 3 game series? I understand the violence of the game and ensuing injuries create serious logistical / personnel issues, but I think for every problem there is a solution and the NFL is the only pro league w/o a series to determine who the Champs are. 1. Expand rosters by 10 to compensate for injuries. 2. Reduce 2 week bye before SB to 1 week 3. AFC or NFC champion with the best record gets Game 1 as a home game 4. Game 2 played at neutral city selected by current bidding process 5. Game 3 (if necessary) either at same neutral site or second neutral site 6. Move games to Saturday (just my personal preference). Change is hard, but we will learn to embrace Super "Saturday" 7. Trash the Pro-bowl game and turn into honorary rosters 8. Pre-season shortened by 1 or 2 games if necessary. Spreads the wealth to cities and stadiums that may never be able to host the big game. Doubles and maybe triples the number of seats available for real fans to experience a World Championship. And eliminates the feeling that 1 bad play, 1 bad penalty, 1 bad game can be the difference. I personally would rather see this than a longer regular season. Thoughts?