While I think the NFL should make Sunday Ticket available on a much broader basis, the thought of giving removing the anti-trust exemption regarding TV rights scares me. I could see Dan Snyder and Jerry Jones deciding to blow up the revenue-sharing system to get more money for themselves. My biggest fear would be that teams like the Cowboys, Redskins, or Giants could negotiate a deal with a major network similar to the deal Notre Dame has with NBC. I really don't want a "Cowboys Only" channel. Either that or they go to a "market area" system like baseball has, so that I will be stuck with getting only Browns games (not that it matters, I have Sunday Ticket anyway, but if I couldn't afford it one year I'm doomed).
Say what you will about how the NFL has been doing things with its TV contracts lately, but they still have done a great job of marketing the sport through television. For all the complaining that NFL is putting games on the NFL network and has an exclusive deal with DirectTV for Sunday Ticket, they've been able to add these products without subtracting much from what they offer on "free" tv.