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Old 09-29-2017, 06:23 PM
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I was in an out of the game last night. Missed the Anthem. The lightning delay made me lose interest.

I could not imagine what it would be like if Aaron Rodgers teamed up with Belicheck in New England.
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Old 10-01-2017, 06:09 PM
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I read that in London saints/Dolphins game this morning
3 players took a knee during our National anthem but stood up during the Brits?
If true, what a bunch a bums.
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If true, they should leave them in London. They can be the first players on the team that Roger Goodell seems to want in London so badly.
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After all the bull sh*t, Anheuser-Busch is considering pulling its sponsorship of the NFL. They want to know how America feels about the NFL.
Call 1800.342.5283 and press #1 after the prompts and let them know how you feel.
For and against.
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Is it true that before 2009 the players weren’t even on the field for the National Anthem.? They should just go back to the old ways and stay inside the locker room and hold hands.
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It's all bs.
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Old 10-02-2017, 10:36 PM
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After all the bull sh*t, Anheuser-Busch is considering pulling its sponsorship of the NFL. They want to know how America feels about the NFL.
Call 1800.342.5283 and press #1 after the prompts and let them know how you feel.
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I just did that! "Pull advertising out of the NFL". Then I finished my Diet Coors!
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And now, after a year, the NFL might do so something.
They are not showing the upper decks emptiness TV. They weren't showing the fans booing at the bums either. They only recently started showing the anthem antics. (I tune in for that,At night, after the girls go to bed, and turn the Channel in disgust.)
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Contrary to many reports, the sun did come up in Green Bay today. However, the Packers have gone from a Super Bowl favorite to a long shot to even make the playoffs.
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That actually came up as BREAKING NEWS during the Steelers debacle. You’d swear it was a natural disaster, but I suspect the bookies in Vegas are hard at work recalculating the odds.
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