ESPN has a problem with the NFL’s new game, and that problem is not that it is boring.
The problem is that ESPN has no business broadcasting the game.
The game is, in fact, boring.
ESPN is the biggest media company in the world, and ESPN’s ratings are at an all-time high.
The only reason the game has not been more popular is that the game is boring for ESPN’s audience.
If ESPN were to cut its losses and pull the game off the air, it would have to take out ads and cut off its cable and satellite packages in order to make the game viable.
ESPN’s business model is based on its ability to reach people and get them to watch content.
ESPN doesn, however, have a real interest in the game or its viewership.
The network would rather focus on its existing shows, like College GameDay and The Undefeated.
ESPN has been forced to make difficult decisions to try and survive, like cutting its NFL coverage, or relocating its programming.
This week, ESPN announced that it would be canceling its coverage of the NFL playoffs.
This news is bad news for fans of the game and the league, who would be left without an audience for a while.
The NFL is in trouble, but the league has also had to find creative ways to survive, which ESPN has struggled with.