2021 NFL News Thread

Harryo the K

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If I had money, I would buy it.

Dean Spanos is a whore.

Dean sucks cock.

something along those lines.

His “partner” Mark Davis' Raiders had the highest ticket revenue in the NFL at $119 million.

And his own stadium.

Denver side

Putting the stadium before the horse
Of course, we’re getting ahead of ourselves a bit here.

Walton hasn’t officially purchased the team yet, so therefore hasn’t spoken on his plans with the team or the stadium. However, it does seem incredibly likely the Broncos will be playing in a new stadium in the next five years. It should be noted that the sky-high valuations of NFL teams are greatly dependent on their stadiums, so having a new, $5 billion beauty will only help to push the Broncos value a Mile Higher.
 
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kyle rudolph signed with the bucs. Guess gronk is really retired.

Kyle murray got a 5 year 233 million dollar extension with 166 guaranteed. Good for him!
 

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what a fucking joke. "hall of fame game" is highlighted by players who will never play a down in the nfl but the fans pay full price.
 
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So they're playing the "Tom Benson*Hall of Fame Game " in Canton , Ohio
on a Thursday night. Between two powerhouse teams. One team can only afford
three letters.

Tom Benson was an owner, not a player.
Plus, his team was from New Orleans, Louisiana.

Oh wait, now I know why. Money.

New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson passed away today at the age of 90. In 2014, Benson pledged two significant gifts totaling $11 million to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
 
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So they're playing the "Tom Benson*Hall of Fame Game " in Canton , Ohio
on a Thursday night. Between two powerhouse teams. One team can only afford
three letters.

Tom Benson was an owner, not a player.
Plus, his team was from New Orleans, Louisiana.

Oh wait, now I know why. Money.

New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson passed away today at the age of 90. In 2014, Benson pledged two significant gifts totaling $11 million to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Wow I forgot about that. Now that’s a name that is synonymous with Hall of Fame, Tom Benson.
 

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I'm totally tired of which WR thinks he is the best, injured QB claims no injury at all,
League trying to suspend players, League says they'll hire someone else to make
Goodell's suspension decision for him, DickBalls Snyder is still around and writing emails, Ross admits to nothing, League takes some draft choices away and tells Ross stay away from team, like who cares? I suspect folk will talk about sleepers and prove it years and Can the Bengals repeat? Don't know, really don't care.
 
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More script writing. Eech..........see Comments too...Raiders dominating the beloved Herbert.......ball on the 20.....1st down loss...second down..missed pass...now 3rd and 15....herbert throws ball.....ref can call magical illegal conduct...five yards and first down...or if he misses that and the ball is thrown two feet over the receiver's head and a defender is anywhere around....call PI.....and the script and gambling venues continue.

 

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More script writing. Eech..........see Comments too...Raiders dominating the beloved Herbert.......ball on the 20.....1st down loss...second down..missed pass...now 3rd and 15....herbert throws ball.....ref can call magical illegal conduct...five yards and first down...or if he misses that and the ball is thrown two feet over the receiver's head and a defender is anywhere around....call PI.....and the script and gambling venues continue.

That’ll make the games much more interesting, who doesn’t love more (subjective) penalties?
 
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If I owned a casino, I'd love the NFL. Make believe rules, make believe enforcement,
Every team gets help, I can take bets up to the 2 seconds of every game every week.
I don't even have to bribe these guys. The League does it for me.
Fans go to games, pretend like was real, not all a show, and keep giving me their money. I'd love it.

 
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If I owned a casino, I'd love the NFL. Make believe rules, make believe enforcement,
Every team gets help, I can take bets up to the 2 seconds of every game every week.
I don¡t even have to bribe these guys. The League does it for me.
Fans go to games, pretend like was real, not all a show, and keep giving me their money. I'd love it.

mlb is catching on real quick. They have discovered the power of replay to alter games.
 

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mlb is catching on real quick. They have discovered the power of replay to alter games.
it's all corporate control. The athletic features of games and even present rules all will give way to appearance and control. A ump gets hit by ball and a scoring play, rule says he's part of the field , no challenge. Catcher tags running out, ump calls him out, since it's a scoring play you can challenge. Corporate wants to control the game. Athletic events are secondary. Going to be a lot worse in the NFL this year. I can say now, the Bills will make the playoffs, not because they might be good, but because that's the corporate plan.
 
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