The story of the National Football League has always been told though a man’s eyes. Overlooked, until now, are four women who have been part of the League for most of its history. In a Lifetime of Sundays, they tell their stories. Four women – Virginia McCaskey, Martha Ford, Patricia Rooney and Norma Hunt – are the principal owners of NFL Teams. None of them set out to own a football team yet all of them have become part of the fabric of the game. During the 2018 season, Jane Skinner Goodell and NFL Films were granted unprecedented access to each of them and revealed what it’s like to own a team and what it’s like to own a team and what it’s like to be a woman in charge of a billion dollar franchise.