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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Rips ‘Divisive’ Trump Over National Anthem Protest Comments

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Mark your calendars that September 23, 2017, is the day that the National Football League officially committed suicide. The zombie will continue lurching about for a while but make no mistake about it, the NFL is now dead as it previously existed. For it was this morning that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell came out and condemned the legitimately elected President of ...

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Trump Drop Kicks Malcontent National Anthem Protesters

As the National Football League continues to slowly twist upon the tree of woe, President Donald Trump has waded into the fray with a blistering criticism of the malcontents who are protesting the national anthem. During a rousing speech in Huntsville, Alabama on Friday night, the POTUS blasted the oppressed multimillionaires who sit on their asses or take a knee ...

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Young Dallas Cowboys Get Their Comeuppance in Denver Massacre

The Dallas Cowboys were picked by many to follow-up on their 13-3 season last year with a berth in the Super Bowl but if Sunday was any indication, they have a long way to go. The resurgent Denver Broncos defense tormented young studs Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott on the way to a 42-17 walloping that will take some time ...

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NFL Player Puts Kaepernick to SHAME with Patriotic Missive

The Cincinnati Bengals have yet to get into the end zone this NFL season but one of their players has already scored and scored big. Tight end Tyler Eifert took the time to express his patriotism and love of country in an essay that received little to no coverage from a sports media that is awash with racists, radicals, and ...

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Cleveland Browns Join Police in Show of Unity and Respect During National Anthem

One of the most interesting yet downplayed aspects of this first weekend of NFL football was that the Cleveland Browns made amends for their silly protest of the national anthem in the preseason by joining with police, first responders and military members in a show of unity. The Browns caught a lot of flak after a dozen players – including ...

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Ominous Sign as NFL TV Ratings Already Down for Season Opener

Last night in Foxborough, Massachusetts, the New England Patriots celebrated their Super Bowl title with all of the fanfare of conquering emperors driving their beaten enemies before them. It was the season opener for the 2017 National Football League and normally, such a game would have drawn killer ratings but due to the ongoing corrosive effects of the Colin Kaepernick ...

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STAY ALIVE in Your Football Survivor Pool – Week One

Fantasy football is a huge business in America, having risen from humble beginnings to become a multi-billion-dollar industry. One variation that many participate in is the survivor pool, a challenging gauntlet where one must select the ONE NFL team per week that will win and then not be allowed to select that team again for the duration of the season. ...

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Washington Redskins 2017 Preview

Like the other teams in the NFC East, the Washington Redskins are watching the appeal procedures of star Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott very closely. If the Cowboys lose Elliott for six-games it will throw the division wide open to the other three teams. Unfortunately for the Redskins, they are not the team best positioned to take advantage of ...

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Tennessee Titans 2017 Preview

Few teams were as improved as the Tennessee Titans in 2016. Riding a vastly improved offense, the team posted four more wins than they had in the previous two seasons combined. The primary reason for the Titans resurgence is two-fold. First, they were able to land their franchise quarterback in 2015 in former Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota who continues ...

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2017 Preview

Last year’s 9-7 record was a breakthrough for the forlorn Tampa Bay Buccaneers who had spent years wandering around in NFL purgatory since Super Bowl winning head coach Jon Gruden was given the ax. Despite the idea that Tony Dungy walks on water, Gruden was the man who was finally able to deliver the Bucs to the promised land and ...

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School Bans Students from Wearing ‘Racially Demeaning’ Washington Redskins Attire

Just when you thought that all of the hullabaloo over the nickname of the NFL’s Washington Redskins was over, the liberal thought police at a private school in Maryland have decided to make it into an issue again. Back in June, the Supreme Court ruling found that “offensive” names are free speech and not subject to government discrimination when it ...

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