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Nov 19th 2010 1:20AM What is the matter with the networks like CBS? To cancel a show that draws almost 7 million viewers, as the network shifts its showtime around the clock, is the height of stupidity and the lack of caring about the viewers who love the show. It's criminal to see a show yanked, that has been and is eagerly awaited, by its audience.
I hope CBS changes its mind about the cancellation. If not, I hope another network has the sense to pick it up.
There is a time to cancel a show. This is definitely NOT that time!
Nov 7th 2010 11:18AM Your comments are possibly true, Jack but that really isn't the point. Having coached Optimist Football and Little League for many years, I've seen good teams and bad teams play. Good Coaches and bad coaches.
The point here is really simple: The Outlaws were allowed to play football all season long. The officials had NO right to not let them play in the playoffs...period.
What's next? Perhaps when the final pairings are named for the SuperBowl, the NFL will decide that one of the teams has no chance to win and gives the other the Lombardi Trophy? That's as much a no-brainer, as what was done to the Outlaw team!
Nov 15th 2008 10:22AM You may not be a literary genius, but you hit the nail right on the head, my friend. Just look at NFL Players, Now and Then, for confirmation of what you said. So many NFL alumni are jailbirds and addicts now! Why? Because they were allowed to get away with anything they wanted to do!
Personally, when a player gets "fined" for an illegal hit, I'd like to see the fine go to the victim, not the NFL. Perhaps these idiots would stop to think twice before going out on the field to deliberately hurt and maim.
Nov 15th 2008 10:16AM Finally! No coach should EVER put up with insubordination from any player. My congratulations to Del Rio for putting Peterson in his place. Perhaps this will send a message to the rest of the NFL players that think they can do as they please, without regard for consequences of their actions.
I was appalled (but not surprised), when I went thru NFL Players, Then And Now, a few minutes ago. It seems that the winning teams in college and professional football are made up of the players that can get out on work-release programs from jail! So many NFL alumni are now jailbirds or addicts...:(
Apr 13th 2008 12:28PM Seems to me, that the Berlin zookeepers have the same mentality as the lady who moved directly across the street from me a few years ago.
Knowing I had 6 cats, at the time, she proceeded to erect TWO bird feeders in her front yard....and wondered why my cats were always across the street waiting for dinner to fly in!!!....