in a stunning display demonstrating a striking ability to clearly perceive the obvious, (you know, water is wet, there are no more dinosaurs, you can't fly to the moon in your underpants), paul kuharsky advises that Shad Khan cannot apply the exact same business model as an nfl owner that he used to make flex n gate one of the most successful businesses in the nation.
"Of course it’s not like that in his new business. No matter how his team does, the other 31 teams vying for the Lombardi Trophy won’t disappear. He’ll have to find another way to win." he writes.
I don't even know what that means. if he drives the other 31 teams out of business, whom will the Jags play in the Super Bowl?
but seriously, folks... kuharsky feels the need to give Shad Khan advice on how to successfully run a business? does he not imagine Khan realizes the path to success in the nfl is wins? I'm trying to think of other points to argue or comments to generate discussion, but that whole premise is just too stupid.
sorry for wasting your time.