"In the year 2000, there won't be any contact below the waist." —Bum Phillips, Head Coach, Houston Oilers
"The 25-yard end zone is the single greatest thing that could change the game. The whole concept of goal-line defenses would change with that." —Marv Levy, Head Coach, Kansas City Chiefs
Sure, open it up.
"Players will look a lot different: lighter equipment, more formfitting shoulder pads, a different type of helmet, soft rib pads." —Dan Rooney, President, Pittsburgh Steelers
"By 2000 there'll be pari-mutuel betting on every play in every game in the NFL." —Byron Donzis
"There'll be a little metal fleck in the football, so you can tell for sure whether the guy with the ball got over the goal line or was pushed back." —Tex Schramm, General Manager, Dallas Cowboys
You bet, that's a can-do.