Roger Goodell Is Considering Eliminating the Pro Bowl

Roger Goodell Is Considering Eliminating the Pro Bowl

Much like the Hawaiins, a majority of football fans, and Aaron Rodgers, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell isn't happy with the Pro Bowl. The lack of defensive effort, the I-don't-want-to-get-injured approach, and the this-means-absolutely-nothing attitude combine to make for an awful show. Goodell knows this and is even thinking about getting rid of the game all together.

"We're either going to have to improve the quality of what we're doing in the Pro Bowl or consider other changes or even considering eliminating the game if that's the kind of quality game we're going to provide," Goodell said on ESPN's Mike and Mike in the morning.

Do it, Roger, do it! Give the boys their recognition with some sort of award or plaque and maybe keep the free vacation to Hawaii. Everybody will be better off. 

[via ESPN]

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