Being Thankful for Parity in the NFL

The 2014 NFL season is now hitting the crucial point where every win and loss means playing for a chance in the Super Bowl or wondering what could have been.  It also time for Thanksgiving, and time for being thankful.  This football season, the one thing I’m most thankful for, no it’s not the fact my team is in the midst of the playoff hunt. I’m thankful for parity that runs wild in the NFL.

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The Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning debate may finally come to an end

The Seattle Seahawks are once again going to play in the Super Bowl this Sunday and they will once again be playing a team with a legendary quarterback from this generation in Tom Brady and his New England Patriots. Last Super Bowl the Seahawks rattled Denver Bronco’s quarterback Peyton Manning on their way to winning the Lombardi Trophy on a 43-8 route.

Since the start of the 21st century the biggest debate has been who is a better quarterback Peyton Manning or Tom Brady.…

Brutal! Refs Blow Crucial Call In Dallas Loss

Madden said "One knee equals two feet." Three feet don't equal a catch?
Madden said “One knee equals two feet.” Three feet don’t equal a catch?

Brutal: the job by the refs in the Dallas Green Bay game in the closing minutes. The play in question: a fourth-down pass to the two-yard line by Dallas’ Tony Romo to wide receiver Dez Bryant. Bryant secured the ball to his shoulder as he landed one foot, held the ball with his left as the second foot came down, then took a third step and a lunge for the end zone with his left arm outstretched.…

Give it up for Jerry…and Monte

credit: Billy Bob Bain via flickr
credit: Billy Bob Bain via flickr

You’ve called him pompous, vain, self-serving, self-aggrandizing, idiotic (Jimmy-Johnson-fighting), Chris-Christie-hugging wind bag. I won’t argue with you. But you’ve also called Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones a terrible boss, a terrible general manager, meddling, in-over-his head, stupid, and destined never to achieve success.

A tenure of .500 teams during his tenure as the head man after he sent Jimmy Johnson packing in a fit of pique didn’t lend itself to all of that name-calling, maybe…but did lend itself to most of it.…

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