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3 Things Sportsattitudes Takes From NFL Week Seventeen (Donald Trump Week…”You’re Fired”)

I have to chuckle as NFL analysts begin their annual “fireside chat” ritual to solemnly discuss what a terrible, horrible time of year this is for coaches and their families.  The agony of being fired and not knowing where your … Continue reading

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3 Things Sportsattitudes Takes From NFL Week Twelve (Actually more. I lied. Suh me.)

So many insane things happened in the NFL between Thanksgiving Day and this afternoon I had to scrap the usual fan-friendly format of listing but three things I take from this past week.  Perhaps it was because of the Holiday.  Perhaps it … Continue reading

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3 Things Sportsattitudes Takes From NFL Week Eight

1. “Pennsylvania Keepaway” could become a big, big hit for those of us NFL fans living within the Keystone State.  The Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles combined on Sunday to hold the ball for over 81 minutes of their 120 minutes of game time.  … Continue reading

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3 Things Sportsattitudes Takes From NFL Week Seven

1. San Diego Chargers Cornerback Quentin Jammer told the media after surveying the wreckage of the team’s come-from-ahead 27-21 loss in Snoopy Stadium to the New York Jets Sunday the referees were the reason for the defeat. “I don’t have to … Continue reading

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3 Things Sportsattitudes Takes From NFL Week One

1. The San Diego Chargers obviously did not put much effort into improving their special teams off of last year’s highly disappointing results.  Minnesota’s Percy Harvin returned their season-opening kickoff 103 yards for a touchdown.  That wasn’t what disturbed me the most.  At the very least, … Continue reading

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