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August 19, 2009

BRETT FAVRE’S GROUND HOG DAY

When I heard that Brett Favre had signed with the Vikings, all I could think about was that I thought he had retired. Then I remembered that he had retired before and came back. This is nothing new and we will probably be going through this again next year.

The more I thought about this I realized the only logical explanation for him to retire and then come back again-again and again and again is that he must be stuck in a true life twisted paradox of the movie Ground Hog Day. He says one day that he is retiring and he wakes up weeks later and finds himself in a football uniform.

For us the fans it is getting old to see him keep coming back, but to Brett Favre it is like he never said he was retiring. Instead of the world thinking it is another ordinary day, it is Brett that does not remember what happened the day or year before. What else explains him retiring and coming back every year.

What we need is Bill Murry to help Brett to figure out what he needs to do so the he can one day wake up and remember that he has retired from football.

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May 20, 2009

SUPERBOWL 2014 BIDDING

The NFL is taking bids from cities to host the 2014 game.  Potential host cities from Florida and Arizona and other sites with NFL teams will be bidding for the game, as well as the city of London. I have to ask why the city of London?

The NFL has been playing expedition games in other cities trying to expand into  markets other than the U.S.  They even used to have the world league, which also was used to give young  players a venue to show NFL teams that they could play on a professional level.

However NFL football has always been an American sport. The league was created and it was founded in the U.S.  All of the teams that make up the league are from the U.S.

 It would only make since that the championship game should always be played on American soil.  In a time when alot of American companies are moving to foreign countries for the cheaper labor, now our beloved sport of football wants to give it’s biggest game away to a foreign city to host.

I want to be the first to tell the NFL, that I object to the idea of London or any foreign city of hosting the Superbowl of American football.

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