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Reincarnated XFL Looks to Take Advantage of NFL’s Tarnished Brand

The history of American professional football is littered with failed leagues thanks to the dominance of the NFL as well as a brand that has been cultivated for decades and has until recently proven to be virtually indestructible. However, that brand has now become irredeemably tarnished thanks to the league’s decision to choose sides in an acrimonious cultural battle that ...

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72 Percent Of HR Managers Think The Day After The Big Football Game Should Be A Work Holiday

A new survey shows that 72 percent of HR managers think the day after the NFL championship game should be a paid national holiday from work. That may not be a bad idea considering more than one-quarter of employees (27 percent) admitted they’ve called in sick or made an excuse for skipping work following a major sporting event, such as ...

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AFC Championship Game Preview: Jaguars at Patriots

On Sunday afternoon and for the seventh consecutive year, the New England Patriots will be playing in the AFC Conference Championship game. The defending Super Bowl champs will look to add to their trophy case and all that is standing in their way is the upstart Jacksonville Jaguars. A team that upset the Pittsburgh Steelers 45-42 last Sunday in front ...

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NFL Playoff Ratings Drop by Over 20 Million Viewers

Patriotic Americans can now be reassured that their boycotting of the National Football League over the embrace of malcontents who have all but spat on the flag and the troops is working. Not only have regular season ratings gone into a death spiral since Commissioner Roger Goodell sided with the kneelers and declared war on President Trump but the previously ...

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One NFL Team is Slashing Ticket Prices, More to Follow?

In a story that should be an omen for the rich ingrates whose selfish anti-Americanism on NFL sidelines this year didn’t sit well with fans, a team in the nation’s largest market has just announced that it would be cutting ticket prices in 2018. The New York Jets will be slashing prices on approximately half the seats in swanky MetLife ...

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NFL Playoff Ratings Stink Bomb Could be Big Trouble for Goodell

Roger Goodell

Back when the NFL decided that it would take the side of the national anthem protesters by paying them off with an $89 million bribe late last year, it seemed to be the idea within league headquarters that angry fans would quickly forgive and forget once the playoffs began. Now that the second round has been completed, that does not ...

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Miracle Finish has Vikings One Win Away from Super Bowl Home Game

The Minnesota Vikings just seem to be one of those teams of destiny this year and Sunday’s miraculous win against the New Orleans Saints only served to bolster that image. The Vikings have quietly asserted themselves as one of the NFL’s most dangerous teams as they continue to find ways to win in the face of adversity. Minnesota overcame injuries ...

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Pittsburgh Steelers Choke Like Dogs Versus Unheralded Jaguars

It’s almost like they understood that there was no way that they were going to beat the Patriots on the road so the Pittsburgh Steelers packed it in and headed to the golf course early. In one of the biggest choke jobs in recent history, the favored Steelers and their 13-3 record crumbled in front of a stunned home crowd ...

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Predictable Patriots Pound Overmatched Titans, Advance to AFC Title Game

As expected, the rested New England Patriots had absolutely no problems in beating their first-round playoff opponents the Tennessee Titans. After the Titans grabbed an early 7-0 lead on a first-quarter touchdown pass from Marcus Mariota to Corey Davis, the Pats ran off the next 35 points in yet another of the postseason laughers that take place in Foxborough. Tennessee ...

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Quarterback-Challenged Philadelphia Eagles Ride Defense to Gutsy Win Over Falcons

There will be no epic Super Bowl choke this year for the Atlanta Falcons. The high-flying Falcons were stymied on Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia by an Eagles defense that throttled them and derailed their potent offense. Home dogs, right?#FlyEaglesFly pic.twitter.com/pZzCkh2PGt — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) January 14, 2018 As the saying goes, defense wins championships and Philly’s was ...

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