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The NFL Has An Allegiance

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USATSI_9973609_168381909_lowresThe NFL is on the move again, this time it’s the Raiders of Oakland.  The silver and black appear to be headed to Las Vegas as yet another hurdle is out of the way.  The franchise owners voted 31-1 to allow the storied franchise to head to Sin City. Why are they leaving? First of all if you have ever been to the Alameda Coliseum, you know it’s a pit (and that’s being kind).  Say what you want about the Raiders, the Davis’ specifically, the franchise really does need a new home.  So do the A’s for that matter. Secondly, and most importantly, because they can. … Read the rest
RSS No Comments | Posted by Bill on March 16, 2017

And The Picks Are In

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NCAABrackets2017After much consideration, I have one correction, I have Oregon beating Creighton on the 2nd round.  Other than that, everything remains the same.… Read the rest
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Quinn And Reid; If It Was Your Daughters?

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What’s making news at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis?  It’s not who IS there, it seems to be who ISN’T. Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon, among others, was barred by the league from attending the combine because of his “legal matter”.  That’s a nice tidy way of hiding the ugly truth that Mixon punched a woman, in the face, knocking her out. Now, NFL coaches and GM’s are criticizing the league for it’s actions. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and Lions GM Bob Quinn both stated their disappointment in the league for not extending Mixon the invitation. To say this disgusts me would be an understatement. … Read the rest
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Things in your life come up.  Personally, my adversity has arrived, the details for this thought aren’t germane, I’m sorry.
My point being, within the walls of your world, these moments can seem devastating.  Circumstances can swirl like a tornadic wind within your soul and the angst of your own drama can feel as if there is indeed a thousand-pound weight resting squarely on your back. Personally, I go back to my memories from last week.  Sitting behind a 6-foot banquet table with 95 other 6-foot banquet tables nearby.  Behind each table, another radio host trying to garner something that is going to make that guest and that interview scintillating.… Read the rest
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Packers Players Safety Concerns

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USATSI_8776330_168381909_lowresThe NFL continues to promote player safety and talk about that being of the utmost importance.  In Green Bay that might take a back seat to investments. Former Giants lineman David Diehl, who is a paid representative for XTech Protective Equipment, insinuated that for a team that sustained so many shoulder injuries, not to at the very least allow XTech to be presented to its players, is risking Packers player’s health. Super Bowl winning coach Brian Billick said, “I allowed my guys to choose, within reason, what would work best for them in their training and equipment”. Now I’m not suggesting that the Packers are doing anything wrong but it does raise an eyebrow. … Read the rest
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