Purely hypothetical, especially since we don't even know what's going on with the Rams sale for sure. But, let's say Dave Checketts succeeds in getting the Rams. He owns Salt Lake. Stan Kroenke owns Colorado and is pursuing Arsenal. Checketts has enough backing at this point to buy an NFL team, including billionaire Gerald Ford. Could Checketts and Kroenke push some of their fellow investors to help Jeff Cooper get an MLS team in St. Louis? Allegedly all we need is money, and if Checketts and Kroenke have a group that is rich enough to own an NFL team, they surely would be able to support an MLS team. Two questions: How likely is this scenario, assuming again that Checketts is successful in getting the Rams and Kroenke stays on as minority shareholder? And how much would you support this circumstance? Personally, while I believe that it's remotely possible, I'm not excited that it'll happen, but I think it would be pretty cool if it did.