This is a potential first time scenario for the NFL. We have an owner 94. I have relatives his age, and they all start to lose their grasp and develop dementia at some point. The short term memory is shot maybe by 5-10 mins or two weeks. Yet they remember everything from years ago. I believe Ralph is entering this point, or almost there. And one thing he will remember is that he owns the Buffalo Bills, and he's not selling.
Conceivably, it could come to the point where the franchise is so poorly run and driven into the ground with no direction, that the NFL may have to step in for the sake of league, and demand that the team be sold. How can the future of the franchise, stadium leases or a new stadium be built, with absolutely no direction or commitment to the franchise.
Look at where we are. Who's running the team? Who fires Brandon? When does this organization become a real NFL organization and not this micky mouse bull****. The owner isn't sharp enough to step in and clean house. When does this end? Ralph could live 10 more years and not sell, and this nightmare will never end. The fanbase will be destroyed. Hell, the pregame shows on all three major networks, no one even talks about the Bills, or predicts the games. Why, because we have become a joke, the laughing stock of the NFL.
Until Ralph no longer owns this team, it will never turn around. I wonder if the league will step in at some point.