I'm officially going through NFL withdrawal. Sundays are now down to just PGA golf and the Simpsons.
Well Mr. Burns had done it. The power plant had won it. With Rogers Clemens clucking all the while. Mike Scioscia's tragic illness made us smile. While Wade Boggs lay unconscious on the barroom tile. We're talkin'... Softball. From Maine to San Diego. Talkin'... Softball. Mattingly and Canseco. Ken Griffey's grotesquely swollen jaw. Steve Sax and his run-in with the law. We're talkin' Homer... Ozzie and the Straw.
Originally posted by CajunManNFL Europe Starts in March.
You might want to go into a holding pattern on that. The NFL might cancel the season or move it stateside depending on the state of the war when it's go time.
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I'm just thankful that we're closing in on the opening of the Aussie Rules football season. I wish Fox Sports World would show more games per week, instead of the 8000th soccer match. I love soccer, but I don't need to see every Argentinian Juniors match!
Originally posted by tomvejadaIs it me or is the NBC studio team for Arena Football pretty good? Even Irvin is alright.
NBC clock/scorebox is kind of awkward. Last Sunday they did not give us the Orlando/Tampa game. NBC gave us Dallas for the second week in a row. Looks like I will be watching a lot of Dallas this year since that is my part of the Region I guess.
Originally posted by spf2119I'm just thankful that we're closing in on the opening of the Aussie Rules football season. I wish Fox Sports World would show more games per week, instead of the 8000th soccer match. I love soccer, but I don't need to see every Argentinian Juniors match!
I miss the days when ESPN showed Aussie Rules. I gotta get a digital hook up to get Fox Sports World here.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- 2002 NFL Champions... feels good, doesn't it?
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Originally posted by spf2119I love soccer, but I don't need to see every Argentinian Juniors match!
My Argentinian wife disagrees with you :)
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http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-chargers-obit-butler&prov=ap&type= John Butler, the San Diego Chargers' general manager and an architect of Buffalo's Super Bowl teams of the 1990s, died Friday from lung cancer, the Chargers said. He was 56.