The people who run the NBC TV network must figure that viewer backlash over NFL player protests and a resulting ratings decline will have subsided by the time next year’s Super Bowl is held. The network is telling potential advertisers in it’s coverage of Super Bowl 56 that they will have to pay a record 6-million-dollars for 1 30-second commercial in the game. What’s more, they’re being told that if they want a prime spot for their commercial, they’ll also have to buy advertising time in next year’s Beijing Winter Olympics. If you want to mark your calendars the next Super Bowl will take place February 13th and it will come at the end of an upcoming NFL season that it appears will allow 100-percent fan attendance at stadiums for the first time since 2019. That’s the way I see it.