My name is Bruce M. I am a New England Patriots season ticket holder. And I am mad. In the recent weeks leading up this Sunday's Fish vs. G-Men matchup across the pond, I have become more and more incensed at the NFL and that fine-happy commish, Roger Goodell. Not because he reached into Tom's wallet for not having his chin-strap strapped (which WAS ridiculous) but because, in my opinion, he is trying to take OUR game away from us. Is anyone else as angry as I am about the prospect of giving up home games so that the NFL and it's owners can line their pockets with even more money in the form of the almighty euro? I truly hope so. Is anyone as upset as I am that your 14 year streak of not missing a home game will be jeopardized because you can't afford to jet off to Tokyo or Berlin or wherever it is that your team will be playing that week? I do truly hope so. Is anyone else willing to tell the NFL that? Again, I truly hope so. For me, it is a slap in the face and an insult to the devotion I have for my team. What if MLB wanted to take the World Series to Berlin? And it's not a bad example because there has already been talk of the NFL playing a Super Bowl overseas. Why can't the NFL be happy with the bazillion dollars they make here in the States? Roger, the Europeans have their football! I want MY football and I want MY football in MY country! My plan has three parts. The first is to begin a letter writing campaign, which I have already begun. This morning I wrote a polite, respectful letter to Bob Kraft. In case you live in a cave or something, he is the owner of the New England Patriots. In the letter I stated my opposition to this ridiculous plan. I told him I was insulted and angry about it. I told him that the idea is, at it's core, disrespectful to the fans who made the NFL what it is today. I urged him to use the vast influence he weilds in the NFL to prevent any more home games from being taken away from the fans. After mailing it, I emailed that same letter to every football fan I know and asked them to write their own letter. Part two: I would also like to find an attorney who would be willing to file a class action lawsuit on behalf of NFL fans IN THE UNITED STATES to stop the NFL from going any further with this idea. Now, whether such a lawsuit would have any legs, I don't know. But maybe just filing a 500 million dollar lawsuit against the NFL would make them realize that there is opposition out there and that, maybe, they should pay attention to it. Part three: I would like to start a website devoted to this issue. If anyone would like to jump on board to help with that it would be great. Unfortunately, I'm not an attorney or a webmaster so I need help. I welcome responses, opposing views and healthy discussion. If anyone would like to see the letter I wrote to Mr. Kraft, I'll be more than happy to supply it to you. You may use it as a base for your own letter, should you choose to write one. Here's to fighting the good fight! How far it will go, I don't know, but I again ask this question; is anyone else as mad as me?