I will get straight to the point. How much longer is the current league setup feasible? It is true that it was a shrewd and necessary move to start up the league in the wilderness of the 90s. That being said with cities nationwide keen on entering the league and the dizzying wealth and various owners behind the clubs today, how long can the league continue to cling to its old ways? Of course, I doubt that Garber is going to enact any drastic changes during his reign, but at least there could be some conversations, perhaps? I think that if the league is going for 28 (or more, like say 32) teams, it will have covered most corners of the nation, in large markets with wealthy ownership groups. Sponsorship and attendance will be high drivers of income, but TV income is paltry. I would say within about 10 or 15 years, there will be some tough choices and conversations that will need to be had because I do not see TV and Media revenue increasing as it stands now. Is it possible to have the league TRUELY set up like the NFL with individual franchises working independently while containing salary caps, revenue sharing and playoffs?