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well i usually just use espn for game info. it does a good enough job but doesn't have many advanced stats. i've been seeing more and more games on the torrents lately so if you do that sort of thing it might be something to keep an eye out for.Just for stats, news, rumors, etc. Though something like a weekly wrap-up tv show might also be nice. I can't watch too many live games due to the time difference, unfortunately.
i dont know. that chiefs offense is pretty fucking impressive. i have to see how the injury reports look closer to the game. the chiefs look like they lost one of their OL for the year and i don't know what's going to happen with antonio brown.They made some incredibly bad decisions.
I'll probably go with Tampa for the final game...
did you watch this weekends games? there had to have been at least that many people in lambeau.The National Football League is inviting 7,500 vaccinated health care workers to be among the 22,000 fans in attendance at Super Bowl LV next month, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday.www.cnn.com
Need the live fans to justify those slots for advertisers.
Only the US would have the balls to put 22K screaming fans in a stadium in the middle of a pandemic.
did you watch this weekends games? there had to have been at least that many people in lambeau.
the more amazing thing to me is that the union puts up with this shit. oh you signed a $50 million contract? well we can just back out of the last two years. sorry!The NFL has reached new highs and lows in their silly cap game. Jumped the shark in cutting name players they don't want to cut. Don't make your kid a running back if you want him to get a second contract.
I've never seen such pure ass dollar saving attempts and all these GMs mis-calculating the cap size and then scrambling?
the more amazing thing to me is that the union puts up with this shit. oh you signed a $50 million contract? well we can just back out of the last two years. sorry!
short version - they sold out for more moneyThis is worth a read.
Last year's CBA should have been a defining moment for DeMaurice Smith and the labor force of America's most popular sport. Instead, some players -- and some owners -- have come to see Smith as an asset to management.www.espn.com