I mean, at this point what's done is done. We aren't moving backwards. It's a billion dollar industry and the NFL and the other leagues are all in. They could do stupid stuff like pay lip service to problem gambling, or whatever, but that stuff is a fig leaf. I suppose the NFL could try to get the sports betting sites to limit some of the bets that are probably the most tempting for scandal. Point shaving is hard. It's a team game. But player props, etc., can be manipulated pretty easily. That said, I cannot imagine that Draft Kings would agree to limit player props, and so it would need to be legislative. I think the likelihood of the NFL asking states to limit bets proactively is about as high as the likelihood that I'll ever play QB in the NFL. It certainly could happen reactively -- in the wake of a major scandal -- but it's not going to be proactive.
One thing that may be happening behind the scenes is coordination between the league and the gambling sites. I mean, the gambling sites are some of the most sophisticated data analytics companies in the world. Their business and their profits depend on information. I don't think it would be hard for them to identify a large bet on an under 6.5 catches that wins because of a drop at the end of the game, or to find other trends and to share that information with the NFL. Whether the NFL or the NFLPA would be amenable to stuff like that is unclear and you could certainly see pushback. It's the fucking NFL -- you already know the playbook. Put your head in the sand, wait and see, and then work the problem with the greatest disaster recovery business unit in sports.