Should the NFL keep or eliminate preseason games to extend the regular season?

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Is the NFL preseason fixable? That’s a subject sports editor Josh Smith, features editor Colin McGuire and host Greg Swatek tackle on this week’s episode of Just Another Sports Podcast.

While nobody likes the preseason, there doesn’t seem to be an obvious solution to fix it. The owners are open to converting two of the preseason games into regular seasons games that count, thus creating an 18-game schedule, but the players cite safety concerns. The players and fans would like some of the preseason games to just be eliminated, but the owners cite a loss of revenue.

Does it even matter in the grand scheme of things that the preseason is so flawed? Or will it just always be something that everyone has to live with in its current format?

Plus, the guys touch on Tom Brady’s refusal to talk about his trainer in radio interviews, the start of the college football season and some of their favorite sports movies. Colin is also very excited about the opening of a sports book at the casino and race track in Charles Town, West Virginia.

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