Commissioner and sexy beast Roger Goodell is conducting a web chat tomorrow on NFL.com, so I put some thought into it and came up with this whopper of a question.
One of the hot button issues this past offseason is the length of the preseason and the fact that preseason tickets cost as much as regular season tickets. What I don't understand is why teams don't just raise the price of regular season tickets and make preseason tickets cheaper. The practical advantage is that season ticket holders would have an easier time recouping their costs without selling regular season tickets at a premium. Could this upset the relationship between broker sites such as Razor Gator and Stub Hub and the teams with which they are partnered?