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#1 Posted on 10.11.02 1715.09
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Game of the year on all levels? Discuss.
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#2 Posted on 10.11.02 1923.06
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Maddox had an AWESOME game.

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#3 Posted on 10.11.02 1959.11
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    Originally posted by HitTheSnoozeButton
    Game of the year on all levels? Discuss.


Well, having just gotten home from watching the Pats-Bears on the dish at my friend's house, I might disagree.

It was certainly a wild day all around.
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#4 Posted on 10.11.02 2031.31
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Definitely some good football (pro and college) this weekend and tomorrow nights game between the Broncos and the Raiders should be a good one.
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#5 Posted on 11.11.02 0315.30
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    Originally posted by tomvejada
    Maddox had an AWESOME game.




But does anyone else notice that, since Maddox and the Steelers started playing well, hardly anyone has mentioned that he was the XFL MVP? Initially, every "analyst" who fancied himself in the know would mention Maddox's XFL MVP (typically with a sneer). Now that Maddox looks like the next Terry Bradshaw, nobody mentions it.

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#6 Posted on 11.11.02 0608.01
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    Originally posted by Stephanie

      Originally posted by tomvejada
      Maddox had an AWESOME game.




    But does anyone else notice that, since Maddox and the Steelers started playing well, hardly anyone has mentioned that he was the XFL MVP? Initially, every "analyst" who fancied himself in the know would mention Maddox's XFL MVP (typically with a sneer). Now that Maddox looks like the next Terry Bradshaw, nobody mentions it.

    Steph



All throughout the game yesterday, the HORRIBLE (tm Bill Walton)Bill Maas kept mentioning the Arena League and not the XFL.
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#7 Posted on 12.11.02 1421.46
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    Originally posted by Stephanie
    But does anyone else notice that, since Maddox and the Steelers started playing well, hardly anyone has mentioned that he was the XFL MVP? Initially, every "analyst" who fancied himself in the know would mention Maddox's XFL MVP (typically with a sneer). Now that Maddox looks like the next Terry Bradshaw, nobody mentions it.

Simple, Stephanie. The Arena League is still around. The XFL is not. Hence, the XFL no longer means anything (or at least, that's what they want us to think they think).
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#8 Posted on 12.11.02 1430.31
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    Originally posted by Stephanie

      Originally posted by tomvejada
      Maddox had an AWESOME game.




    But does anyone else notice that, since Maddox and the Steelers started playing well, hardly anyone has mentioned that he was the XFL MVP? Initially, every "analyst" who fancied himself in the know would mention Maddox's XFL MVP (typically with a sneer). Now that Maddox looks like the next Terry Bradshaw, nobody mentions it.

    Steph



I don't think it's anything against the XFL in particular as much as an unwillingness to admit that defunct leagues matter.

Case in point, when Reggie White was tearing up the record books, there weren't a lot of analysts making huge mentions that he started in the USFL. (God...I'm getting old.)

Edit: Dammit! Spelling errors...I gotta get some sleep.

(edited by cranlsn on 12.11.02 1431)
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#9 Posted on 12.11.02 1454.25
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Perhaps they mention the Arena League instead of the XFL because the NFL has ownership connections to the league. That, and the Arena League never told the NFL to shove stuff up their ass.
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