I used to like watching ESPN a few hours a week. Not so much anymore. They're trying too hard to make Sports a business to the fans. I get it, it IS a business, but do we really need to know the salaries structure of every team, player, sport? Mock drafts, stories on which team can sign this player or that based on need/Cap is more than I care to know about. I spend all day AT WORK managing people, costs, projects. Then I go home and manage my money, my household, my chores. The last thing I want to do is absorb more information about someone else's money. Is it the Social media phenomenon? is it Voyeurism? Do we really need to know how much money the Hot player of the week is re-signing for? For me, sports is strategy and the game, but it's also about a small break for the real world, not all that different from watching a movie. Going to a base ball game is as much about being there as the game itself. Baseball is a slow game, a game where you can take in the atmosphere, the people. FB, Basketball, Hockey, Auto sports are different. There is constant action, which also takes us away from our daily lives in a different way. Maybe I'm getting old, or maybe ESPN is missing the target.