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Old 02-06-2006, 11:03 AM   #1
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The Last Competitive Super Bowl??

One thing that was brought to my attention while watching the big show last night is the fact that if the CBA isn't extended and we, in turn, revert back to no salary cap, then will we see a return of the lopsided Super Bowls? It seems like the further the maturity of the salary cap and free agency, the better the Super Bowls have been. Back in the 1980's and early 90's, there weren't many close Super Bowls. I believe if this happens, we'll get back to seeing the bigger market teams in the Super Bowl more often, and will also see them blowing out the other team more often. What do you guys think?
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