In the NFL the next order of business is season ticket sales for 2013, and holding losing hands isn't tolerated. Thus seven head coaches and five GMs are out of work in Monday's massacre, some of them having led their teams to success recently. Count among them Chicago's Lovie Smith, Philly's Andy Reid, and Arizona's Ken Whisenhutt, each of whom took teams to the Super Bowl in the last decade.
And, the networks have a new batch of potential broadcasters available for next season. All of whom will be paid the big bucks (as will the replacement coaches and GMs), because of the lack of security of employment. The world will continue to spin on its axis.