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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Whisky, Feb 11, 2019.
It's like using ALL CAPS LETTERS.
Why are you screaming?
I've enjoyed watching Steve Spurrier's Apollo's this year. Pretty good football!
I agree. Pro Football is predicated on high scoring games. The recent Superbowl has been touted as the most boring ever because of the low scoring.
Horrible SB. The conference championships were way more exciting.
Yea, but my Saints got robbed!
This is true and the Chiefs deserved an offensive possession in OT.
One thing I don't like is the mickey-mouse uniforms, the colors.
Baby blue only looks good with the Chargers
weekend 3/16-17 2019
Memphis at Salt Lake
Bleacher Report Live (Internet TV)
Arizona at Orlando
San Antonio at Atlanta
CBS Sports Network (Cable)
Birmingham at San Diego
Manziel continues to get more chances...and will continue burning those chances/bridges
I hope to god Manziel doesn't make it, I just don't think his situation is good for the league.
On another note, the games are getting a lot better, at least in the passing game and
the defenses. Running games still kinda suck, but we don't watch for 'running', do we?
The Sunday night game was very good.
One thing I don't understand is the 'love' for a QB named John Wolford, it seems every game
some announcer is talking about him - even if he is not in that particular game.
Are they trying to pick a guy and make him a 'star' in the media, like a Rodgers, Wentz, Brady?
If so it's not working...
ORL 5-1 at ATL 2-4 1pm CST on TNT (cable)
Salt Lake 2-4 at San Antonio 4-2 7pm CST on the NFL Network (cable)
San Diego 3-3 at Arizona 3-3 3pm CST on CBS Sports Network (cable)
Birmingham 4-2 at Memphis 1-5 7pm CST on the NFL Network
Well, that didn't last long.
Is anyone surprised?
Inevitable. Unsustainable business model.
No way NFL was going to farm out practice squad players and risk injury.
Ah, hello XFL, are you paying attention?
I guess Steve Spurrier will go back to being a Gators fan and playing golf whenever he wants to. But I guess that if the AAF had a "Coach of the Year" for their short life, he'd be it.