Here's something for both sides of the NFL labor issue to consider:
Super Bowl XLIV was the most-watched television program of all time, with 153.4 million viewers. The estimated average of 106.5 million eclipsed that of the previous record-holder, the MASH finale in 1983 that drew an average of 106 million. I'm proud to say I'm a member of both groups. I'm guessing that doesn't make me unique, however.
The NFLPA and NFL management teams should now e-mail each person who tuned in and explain why, exactly, 32 teams and their players find it impossible to equitably divide an $8 billion pot.