Mike Sielski: That ugly Eagles-Dolphins game showed that the NFL preseason is becoming pointless

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

Little about the NFL has gotten smaller over the years. As insatiable consumers of football, we know and accept and even celebrate this. The players are taller, heavier, faster, stronger. The revenues have soared into the billions. The regular season is longer. The postseason now features 14 teams, seven from each conference. The draft takes three days to complete and is a source of speculation and fascination for the year’s remaining 362 turns of the earth. It used to be that pro football owned Sunday afternoons and Monday nights. Now it owns Sunday afternoons, Sunday nights, Monday nights, T…

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