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Posted 9/12/2017 10:42 PM


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Cowboys Broncos coming up. Sounds like the rodeo. Feed him the ball Jason Garrett. They had first and goal against the Giants from the 3 and 3 incompletions later it's field goal time. Come on let's see if Denver run D is up to it.

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Posted 9/17/2017 12:49 PM


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Now just a few minutes from 2 PM here in Denver.

Dallas wins by 3. Will be recording it while taking my beauty nap.

Good grief, Mabel. Didn't see this coming.

Couldn't get to sleep, so watched from the last half of second period, to the awesome interception in the end zone for a touchdown by Talib. Don't think the Cowboys are really this bad, but they certainly didn't seem to be prepared.

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Posted 9/17/2017 7:34 PM


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Worst butt kicking I've seen in awhile. Hopefully something is learned from the tape. I certainly appreciated seeing Erin Andrews. Nice to see her healthy vibrant and on top of things , beating cancer.

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Posted 9/18/2017 4:57 AM


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I like the tall, long legged and lovely Erin. Not only is she gorgeous, but she's got "sass" and she can dance!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPIwfU-O3xg

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Posted 9/18/2017 9:05 PM


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Did not realize the San Diego Chargers in a hurry to leave a city that loved them are now playing in 27 k seat soccer stadium in Carson...I mean how did Roger Goodfella and the godfather's of football let that happen.

And from all reports neither the Rams playing in that relic in Pasadena or the Chargers are performing to enthusiastic folks, these stadiums are reportedly half empty. Los Angeles couldn't support one team decades ago how can they support 2, playing in stadiums that are below par.

And I'm here to say this , I've enjoyed the NFL from wherever I've lived in my life in various states, but I'm getting pretty fed up with the likes of Colin Krapernick crying because no one needs a back up QB who is a political liability. And Michael Bennett in Seattle having whatever issues he had with Las Vegas cops is of zero interest to me. Couple this with some ESPN female reporter I've never heard of ( don't watch ESPN ever ) calling the POTUS derogatory names and the politics along with Ezikiel Elliot's police trouble and Ray Rice and I'm close to moving on from the NFL. I don't need a lesson on the lyrics of Francis Scott Keys top of the chart hit song. Comprende Roger Goodfella ?
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Posted 9/19/2017 1:35 PM


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Quote: Did not realize the San Diego Chargers in a hurry to leave a city that loved them are now playing in 27 k seat soccer stadium in Carson...I mean how did Roger Goodfella and the godfather's of footbal...

Is it any wonder that ratings for NFL telecasts are plummeting across the board? Franchises relocating, the Kaepernick mess, incompetent league leadership, and countless examples of players behaving horribly both on and off the field. Not to mention a rather lackluster start to the season insofar as how bad the quality of play for the most part has been to this point.

And then there is the politicization of sports by outlets like ESPN, whose commentators cannot seem to refrain from injecting their opinions into their coverage. Moreover, there is the hypocrisy of ESPN's management reactions to the opinions their commentators espouse, depending upon their race/political persuasion. The most recent example of such is Janelle Hill, who calls the POTUS a white supremacist and gets nary a warning from her bosses, while Curt Schilling gets fired for having the audacity to call out Islamic radicalism in the aftermath of the Orlando massacre.

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Posted 9/21/2017 11:54 AM


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Ahh as Rush mentioned on his show a ticket to Rams vs. Santa Clara going for the price of 2 game bought pretzels 15 bux. Teams can't score TD's players are protesting a country that allows them to live like kings and the tax paying public is repulsed. The goose that killed the golden egg, has the NFLPA ever read that fable. Do they even read, anything ? Two teams in L.A. in a region that yawns and the Raiders with a rabid fan base taking the next bus out of town. Fool's gold.
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Posted 9/23/2017 9:27 AM


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I see where the Santa Clara niners and the St Louis now Pasadena Lambs played to a half empty casa on Thurs night. Not enough silicone valley wealthy to pony up for the game. And good for Donald for suggesting the fan walk out of stadiums that have kneeling zombies for the stars and stripes.
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Posted 9/24/2017 2:59 PM


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Going forward, no more NFL for me...BOYCOTT.
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Posted 9/25/2017 3:14 PM


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Lezfriend wrote: "Is it any wonder that ratings for NFL telecasts are plummeting across the board?"

It's a self-inflicted wound that the National Football League did to itself by allowing the #BlackLivesMatter movement to infiltrate the game of pro-football.

Sylvester wrote: "The goose that killed the golden egg, has the NFLPA ever read that fable."

The players don't seem to understand that the FANS are the reasons why they rake-in those millions-of-dollar in salaries & endorsements - and that the fans want NOTHING to do with Colin Kaepernick and his protests against America. Let's see how the television networks respond to these shrinking ratings with their corresponding shrinking advertising revenues.

"And good for Donald for suggesting the fan walk out of stadiums that have kneeling zombies for the stars and stripes."

President Trump did and said the right things. America's football fans are NOT the kind of people who march in Antifa rallies.

robert0259 wrote: "Going forward, no more NFL for me...BOYCOTT."

I am very supportive of anybody boycotting the NFL and its gutless team owners who could have nipped this nonsense in the bud - but chose not to!

- This crap is EXACTLY why Donald Trump won last November - the American people are disgusted with the direction our nation has turned after eight-years of Obama!
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