Say they cancel the NFL season. I think that would leave fans starving for something. What if they had a way to use some modified Madden NFL program so that the players could each manipulate their own virtual player in a simulated game? I think I would give it a look. They could make the roster up assuming that the #1 pick in the draft is a starter for each team and the #2 plays some, etc., whatever is the average after that for rookies making the teams. The actual head coaches call the plays and make substitutions, but the QB`s have audible calling ability to change the coaches play selection. All this is possible in this age of computer programing, but they would have had to already be working on it by now to have it ready for September IMO. Before this idea, I was thinking what it would be like if the NFL ran a rerun of an entire season on Sunday. Would choose to see the 2004 (Ben`s rookie) season where we went 15-1 or 2008 where we won it all. They could make a list of likely choices and fans could vote at ESPN.com. ESPN could then run the fans choice on Sunday in their viewing area. What do you think? A lot better than nothing, right? Imagine they could do the computer thing and Juju catches a 70 yard TD pass, then the network cuts to actual Juju at home playing at home on the controller and he starts jumping up and down. Maybe they could add texting we could see. Juju sends a text to the defender, "burnt you pretty good" and there is a laugh. Maybe do both ideas, eh? Better than nothing.