The NFL and the players' union are locked in a protracted labor dispute. Currently, players receive 60 percent of the league's $9 billion in revenues, after $1 billion is taken off the top for owners. Where do your sympathies lie?

The owners. They need an extra $1 billion cushion to help cover rising costs, construct new stadiums and help grow the game, which is to the players' benefit. Plus, player salaries are out of control. [59 votes] (40%)
The players. Owners need to do a better job getting their financial houses in order; players typically have short careers and need significant compensation; and doesn't it seem like taxpayers end up paying for stadiums, not owners? [90 votes] (60%)
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