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NFL: Playoff re-seeding necessary in 2015

1604582_724155747682795_5268351902478814440_nPlayoff re-seeding in the NFL has always been a hot topic every time someone brings it up. Whether it’s something to do with a double digit playoff team missing the playoffs, or a division champion with a worse record than a wild card team hosting a playoff game, this is a topic that forever will be water cooler talk.

Until now. I wrote recently about how great parity is in the NFL and how it makes it better than any other sport.…

NFL Shield

NFL Election Day 2014: Head Coaches

Election Day is tomorrow here in the United States, but here on The Penalty Flag I’m conducting the first ever NFL Election. That’s right folks, today I will put into a ballot a list of head coaches who are on the verge of getting fired,  or whether some starting quarterbacks deserve to keep their job. This is meant to be a fun article so I am happily encouraging all comments as I like to hear from you.…

NFL: Say Goodbye to London…. for good

For the NFL, expanding into London has been one of the main projects under Roger Goodell. The NFL has exported games over to London since 2007 and has seen an increase to three games this season.  While the NFL is bent on taking over the London market, it’s time for the NFL to realize nobody in the United States or London wants a NFL team in London.

0ap3000000401149This weekend the Oakland Raiders host the Miami Dolphins at Wembley Stadium.…