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Simply put.....NO

.....I haven't watched a game in many years. I quit a long time ago. I find better things to do.
nuff said from me!


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Good one Jerry!!


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That was a pretty good one Jerry ,,about sums it up about the NFL ,,I gave up on watching football every Sunday some years ago just like what most of you on here has .,, took up to much of my time..and it has become a rich man controlled sport .. happy this did not turn into a political thing .. thx all


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Actually, arena sports lost most of their appeal when the Romans took the swords away from the gladiators. If you're going to put 22 underworked and overpaid steroid abusers out in a little cow pasture trying to hurt each other, why not give them some weapons and make it interesting?
Jerry


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I love pro football & the K.C. Chiefs.
George


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I never had watched the NFL much except for the Superbowl. When my son came home from college in the states several years ago (lacrosse player) he was really into the NFL (much to the chagrin of his mother-she's not a fan). He was trained as an athletic trainer and was with Villanova football when they won a national championship and he had an internship with the Kansas City Chiefs (before Andy Reid). So he has some interesting insight into the game. I watch my local CFL team games and don't mind the NFL, but I'm ok if I don't watch every game every weekend.


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idaho39 Offline OP
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Originally Posted by Wrenchbender Ret.
I love pro football & the K.C. Chiefs.
George

Well good for you , I like the Chiefs too .. they got to the big game last year ..they know how to do it now ,, Type in Jessed Davis on websearch ,, No # 77 Offensive Guard ,,,,Jesse is my Great Nephew from my older brother. he is not a big name in the NFL ,but I am proud of him making that far getting into the NFL and the $$$ is nice for him also.


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No NFL, MLB, NBA, WNBA, NASCAR. I will watch the occasional college football game, and I like the PGA, and LPGA. But I also play golf, so there's that. Watched Notre Dame blowout Georgia Tech on Saturday. 117 scored vs 9 points allowed in the last three games!


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idaho39 Offline OP
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Did you read where J.J.Watts.has offered to pay for all funeral costs for the ones who died in that Christmas Parade.. He did play for the NFL .something good from the NFL


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