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The Cowboys will be featured on hard knocks for the third time. I am not cowboy fan but this but becuase jerrah is entertaining, i would watch it.

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I would pay to watch an owners meeting live and uncut. Be a lot more enjoyable than a lot of games they shove down oir throat.
I wonder if Dean and his sons sit at a little table in the corner?
 

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Harry is so thrilled he has preordered his 18 game schedule for 2025.....Mexico City. Harry is doing the Mexican Hat Dance he's so thrilled.
I got my futures betting cards already filled out— the LA Chuggettes lose the first game ever
played by the Primes. Despite playing with electronic field goalposts that assist the ball's direction, the Chuggettes missed four “key entries” ( formally known as field goals). Attendance by 44,000
tablets, phones, motherboards and some very old fax machines, it was definitely more of a Prime crowd than the LAC semi-home opener.
 

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I got my futures betting cards already filled out— the LA Chuggettes lose the first game ever
played by the Primes. Despite playing with electronic field goalposts that assist the ball's direction, the Chuggettes missed four “key entries” ( formally known as field goals). Attendance by 44,000
tablets, phones, motherboards and some very old fax machines, it was definitely more of a Prime crowd than the LAC semi-home opener.
and the owners box was dean's pacemaker.
 
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When's the stories of....

“He's recovered from that injury...and he's bigger and stronger than ever....”
“We're going to have a swarming defense. I like that...”
“Our offense goes through [QB] name......” ( unless he hands it off 33 times a game)
“We have a strong draft class. Might be five starters.
Our practice squad would beat most teams.And we waiver them just to give a change on another team”.
“This new guy will anchor the offesive line...or the defensive line...or the secondary.
We could have three anchors.”
“I love Coach S. Never met him before.”
“Our fans will be in casinos everywhere, cheering us on.”
 
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What to expect next from Your NFL:
Currently...

Example I: Running back rushes for 25 yards, but a teammate is called for clipping 20 yards in advance of the line of scrimmage. Scoring: Running back gets one rushing attempt for 20 yards (to point of infraction). His team is penalized 15 yards. This accounts for forward movement of the ball of net 5 yards.
Example II: Quarterback completes pass for 17 yards to tight end and clipping occurs 15 yards in advance of line of scrimmage. Scoring: Quarterback is credited with one pass attempt, one pass completion for 15 yards. Tight end gets one pass reception for 15 yards. Team is charged with 15-yard penalty from point of infraction.

Now, previous this was a fantasy football issue of “yards lost”. But the NFL needs/wants to support the gambling industry. So, there will be the “two books of statistics”, like others have used.
They'll recognize the 'statisican' one above—example QB got 15 yards on pass play, and also wink wink that the QB really got 17 yards on that play for their gambling hosts to use this second book on bets. I expect some Lawyer mumbo jumbo to explain how they both are valid.

Get your Chuggers bets down now!
 
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What to expect next from Your NFL:
Currently...

Example I: Running back rushes for 25 yards, but a teammate is called for clipping 20 yards in advance of the line of scrimmage. Scoring: Running back gets one rushing attempt for 20 yards (to point of infraction). His team is penalized 15 yards. This accounts for forward movement of the ball of net 5 yards.
Example II: Quarterback completes pass for 17 yards to tight end and clipping occurs 15 yards in advance of line of scrimmage. Scoring: Quarterback is credited with one pass attempt, one pass completion for 15 yards. Tight end gets one pass reception for 15 yards. Team is charged with 15-yard penalty from point of infraction.

Now, previous this was a fantasy football issue of “yards lost”. But the NFL needs/wants to support the gambling industry. So, there will be the “two books of statistics”, like others have used.
They'll recognize the 'statisican' one above—example QB got 15 yards on pass play, and also wink wink that the QB really got 17 yards on that play for their gambling hosts to use this second book on bets. I expect some Lawyer mumbo jumbo to explain how they both are valid.

Get your Chuggers bets down now!
I am worried that the nfl will be all in making sure the chuggers and rams make deep playoff runs. Those teams are desparate and the nfl will oblige. If cowturd is talking about how good the chuggers are, then you know the memo has reach been sent to uranius and back. broadcasted on every light wave possible.
 

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I am worried that the nfl will be all in making sure the chuggers and rams make deep playoff runs. Those teams are desparate and the nfl will oblige. If cowturd is talking about how good the chuggers are, then you know the memo has reach been sent to uranius and back. broadcasted on every light wave possible.
Yeah being the chargehs, they already know most bets will be for a L and by giving the nfl owners what they want while turning a profit on bettors, everybody richer: damn that was supposed to say happy.

Also not betting anymore myself but I would still bet they finish with 10-7 record and squeak out a tie breaker with another 10-7 team to sneak into the post season. I'd also bet that was all Spanus asked for from the owners as he's not thaaat greedy. Also it keeps their playoff pretenders streak going. That's what the team name should be:

The Los Angeles PP's!
 

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I am worried that the nfl will be all in making sure the chuggers and rams make deep playoff runs. Those teams are desparate and the nfl will oblige. If cowturd is talking about how good the chuggers are, then you know the memo has reach been sent to uranius and back. broadcasted on every light wave possible.
Make the Chuggers have a deep playoff run? NFL may be crooked but you're asking for the
impossible. NFL might help the Raiders (following) or the Browns (feel good story)
Even Rip Van Winkle, when he woke up, said, “Chuggers still suck? I thought so.”
 

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My actions mumble louder than words.

Mac Jones signs with Patriots. Pro Football Talk.

GoodellMustGo says:
July 6, 2021 at 4:49 pm
I think he found out Harry asked for a trade and then he signed right away


I never got use to calling the guy, “Mac”. I wanted him to change it to MacArthur.
 
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GO ST. LOUIS GO!

Shocked...they were lying?? I am befuddled.

 

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GO ST. LOUIS GO!

Shocked...they were lying?? I am befuddled.

Haha, judge is having none of their bullshit. Open your books you scumbags. When Deano opens his pamphlet that contains his financials, this is what it will read:

 

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Heard the Wal-Mart Foundation has generated enough contributions to send Dean Spanos, CEO of the Los Angeles Chargers, to the edge of space. The Great Value untested single stage booster rocket has an assumed range of 48 miles but lacks guidance and re-entry shielding. The free fall return will display a yellow happy face of Lower Prices Daily on a patio umbrella.
 

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Heard the Wal-Mart Foundation has generated enough contributions to send Dean Spanos, CEO of the Los Angeles Chargers, to the edge of space. The Great Value untested single stage booster rocket has an assumed range of 48 miles but lacks guidance and re-entry shielding. The free fall return will display a yellow happy face of Lower Prices Daily on a patio umbrella.
I love reading good news.
 

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Heard the Wal-Mart Foundation has generated enough contributions to send Dean Spanos, CEO of the Los Angeles Chargers, to the edge of space. The Great Value untested single stage booster rocket has an assumed range of 48 miles but lacks guidance and re-entry shielding. The free fall return will display a yellow happy face of Lower Prices Daily on a patio umbrella.
I was thinking that the other day when news keeps coming out about the elite billionaires like Branson and Bezos and Musk trying to be the first to space and outdoing each other and charging clients 250K to go into space with them. How's about sending Goodell, Kroenke, Jones, Kraft, Richardson, Spanos (all 3 of em) into space on that Great Value rocket ????? The challenger 2.0 needs to happen when all those crooks together are going into space.....a well deserved ending for them all. They want absolute power? Go ahead and show us how powerful you are by flaming out and burning in a massive explosion. I'd pay a few bucks to watch that live. Can I get a PSL for that???? Weekly showings.....send up a new group of crooks each week. THAT would be worth the price of admission.
 

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GO ST. LOUIS GO!

Shocked...they were lying?? I am befuddled.


I love the fact this whole fiasco is now being played in the open available to public scrutiny. Dean's sister suing the trust and st
louis suing kroenko. Its awesomse. The kicker is they are both being burried financially by the relocations.
 

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I love the fact this whole fiasco is now being played in the open available to public scrutiny. Dean's sister suing the trust and st
louis suing kroenko. Its awesomse. The kicker is they are both being burried financially by the relocations.
anything that makes the bastard spanii's dysfunction and ineptness a headline is a good thing.....I'm loving thatthis is happening to them out in the open where all can see how continually screwed up that backwards family is. NFL needs to jettison them. Only problem is they likely get replaced by another greedy owner. As harry says it's all about the benjamins now. Screw the soul of the sport.
 
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anything that makes the bastard spanii's dysfunction and ineptness a headline is a good thing.....I'm loving thatthis is happening to them out in the open where all can see how continually screwed up that backwards family is. NFL needs to jettison them. Only problem is they likely get replaced by another greedy owner. As harry says it's all about the benjamins now. Screw the soul of the sport.
I bet Stan will want some cash back from the League for babysitting Deano dumbo and his
not assistance on Stadium construction costs. Plus, Ram fans are mad because of price differences for same seat.
Did the Chuggers generate any large SSL funds? I think the primo expensive middle level is sold but the rest..........they should have decent crowds this year, 50 K with about 45K being Chief, Viking, Bronco fans. The Raiders game will be 57K Silver and Black with eight Chugger fans there, brought in by their Raider friends as halftime toys.
 

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Great writing by Mike Florio on the the firings of 132 NFL Network employees.


The apparent slashing of the workforce comes at a time when the league is looking for a more established media company to buy a minority stake in the company. Trimming any and all actual or perceived fat (along with some muscle and bone) could be part of an effort to make the business more attractive to an investor.

And, ultimately, a business is what it is. Football isn’t family. They say “football is family” because it’s good for business to say, “Football is family.” Football, for the NFL, is a multi-billion-dollar enterprise that faces constant pressure to grow and grow and grow. Increase revenue, decrease costs, pump up profits. As far beyond 12.5 PSI as possible.

That’s the game, at its core. Because that’s how business works, everywhere. The specific human beings are valued only for as long as the value they bring outweighs their cost to the company. The instant that flips, they’re gone.

That applies to the rosters of the 32 teams, to the organizational charts of the 32 franchises, and the league office that oversees them all.

It also applies to the human beings who make up the various fan bases, as folks in St. Louis and SAN DIEGO learned five years ago, and as the litigation arising from the departure of the Rams recently has made all too clear.
 
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Great writing by Mike Florio on the the firings of 132 NFL Network employees.


The apparent slashing of the workforce comes at a time when the league is looking for a more established media company to buy a minority stake in the company. Trimming any and all actual or perceived fat (along with some muscle and bone) could be part of an effort to make the business more attractive to an investor.

And, ultimately, a business is what it is. Football isn’t family. They say “football is family” because it’s good for business to say, “Football is family.” Football, for the NFL, is a multi-billion-dollar enterprise that faces constant pressure to grow and grow and grow. Increase revenue, decrease costs, pump up profits. As far beyond 12.5 PSI as possible.

That’s the game, at its core. Because that’s how business works, everywhere. The specific human beings are valued only for as long as the value they bring outweighs their cost to the company. The instant that flips, they’re gone.

That applies to the rosters of the 32 teams, to the organizational charts of the 32 franchises, and the league office that oversees them all.

It also applies to the human beings who make up the various fan bases, as folks in St. Louis and San Diego learned five years ago, and as the litigation arising from the departure of the Rams recently has made all too clear.
Fify
 
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consliracy theory:

nfl will do everything in its power to make sure the chargers and rams are in the playoffs and ine team makes the superbowl. bank on it.
 

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consliracy theory:

nfl will do everything in its power to make sure the chargers and rams are in the playoffs and ine team makes the superbowl. bank on it.
You'll lose your shirt on that bet, Faded. Rams should be in playoffs, Chuggers will not be.
Rams don't make the Super Bowl, Chuggers owner makes it to Superior Court.

I am interested in this. Another Chugger gets a real team.

 
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You'll lose your shirt on that bet, Faded. Rams should be in playoffs, Chuggers will not be.
Rams don't make the Super Bowl, Chuggers owner makes it to Superior Court.

I am interested in this. Another Chugger gets a real team.

I like your stellahs for melvin
 

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Melvin got the hell out of dodge....he's going to where he has half a chance to win a title. Hey Dean, Fuck Off!

Oh and Harry your team just improved as long as Melvin's knee issue is over with,,,,,,I hope he makes Dean and his stupid bumbling sons regret letting him go in FA. Eff them. I hope he makes them pay bigtime and is motivated by it. Do they play the chugs this year? Hope so. Maybe he puts Herber thePervert out on IR for a while....karma karma karma.
 
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Happy for Melvin. :) That's one more No.1 draft choice to leave the Chuggers. All the Chuggers no. 1 picks through 2015 are now gone from the team. 2016 - onward all no.1 picks still on the team, waiting for their chance.

 
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