Dark Day for the NFL

When the New England Patriots came back in the fourth quarter last night to defeat the game New York Giants, it capped a dark day in the history of professional football. Yes, the Pats won, aided by the superstar syndrome—the refs finding things to call against the Pats’ opponents and clearly ignoring more egregious violations on behalf of the league’s pretty boys.
 
One penalty they ignored was a clear leg-whip block by Randy Moss that sprung a big play for Roger Goodell’s favorites. Moss is one of the reasons this is a dark day for the NFL. The egotistical one will play only for a winner, no matter how much he is paid. He did a royal job on the Oakland Raiders by taking their money, then refusing to put out. Moss is worse than T.O. He only plays when he feels like it. And he doesn’t have the courage or stamina of  T.O.
 
The Patriots made Moss a star, not vice versa. Maybe he just is not good enough to put up the stats for a lesser team. True superstars are.
 
Now all the young fans will idolize a bunch of narcissistic cheaters.
 
Too bad.
 
One’s only hope is to pray for a miracle … an upset in the playoffs. For that to happen, three things need to take place: Pats have a bad game, opponents have a great game, refs call the game fairly.

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3 Responses to “Dark Day for the NFL”


  1. 1 nygiantstalk January 2, 2008 at 7:33 pm

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  2. 2 Dodgamatic January 4, 2008 at 8:21 am

    Another Hatriot fan…with all due respect, GET OVER IT. Here is a little advice…if you are a parent and your child idolizes a professional athlete…you aren’t doing your job as a role model yourself.

  3. 3 broncomadness January 27, 2008 at 11:59 am

    Somebody finally gets it!!!!!!!


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