Originally Posted by ElGringo
I got it, still have the draft, still have workouts, not practice someone could get hurt, then each week have something the equivalent of a rookie combine. Based on the results of this combine they basically make odds as to which team should win the game. Now based on that percentage, they do something the equivalent of flipping a coin, but have it weighted based on the results of the combine for that week. We no longer waste 3 hours of everyone's time watching the game, and no one should get seriously injured; however, you keep the players skills, the gm, the coaches, and all of that still involved in the outcome of the game.
(And if your sarcasm meter is broken **** off and move on)
Just have a combine that involves all the players from each team every year (after the draft combine and draft), then plug all the results in a proprietary Madden-like video game and run 100 simulations each week. BAM!
Watch parties, fantasy teams, sim casts, Vegas lines. All the same shit.