Maybe I'm missing something, but to me, it seems our role as fans has been a bit overstated in the context of the labor situation. You see both sides somewhat pandering to the public, but as Jerry Jones said, 97% of us have never been to a game. We know the sport isn't disappearing for good, the game is getting a good deal for each side. But in the short term, what does it really matter who we blame? If 95% of public blamed ownership, how would that in literal terms make a bit of a difference when it came to ending a standstill?