I am hearing rumblings that this could be the last year for the NFL Sunday Ticket. C Band sales of the Sunday Ticket package are at an all time low. Sales of Sunday Ticket on DirecTV were about the same as last year. The contract for Sunday Ticket expires after this season, which means new contract negotations will start soon (if they haven't already) Cable wants the package, DBS wants the package. Broadcasters dont want you to have the package. Local stations would rather you watch them with your own local commercials. With only one provider offering Sunday Ticket local viewership was not effected much, however if the flood gates open up and everyone can offer the Sunday Ticket then the NFL has no value for the local broadcasters. Its a catch 22. (BTW this is all my opinion) So what should the NFL do? Sell their out of market games to anyone who wants them or does the NFL stand behind its local broadcasters (from whom they get their raitings) and discontinue the Sunday Ticket? Or do they raise the price of Sunday Ticket so that only the most die hard fans will want the package? Your opinions please!