- The Vikings Are The Most Dysfunctional NFL Franchise Of This Century
- SNY Host Blasts Jeter As A Clown Fraud For Doing Gatorade Commercial
- ESPN: Ray Rice Scandal Was A Case Of "Misdirection" And "Scant Investigation"
- We Thought Ticketmaster Was Screwing Us, But Now We Know It
- Reggie Bush's Comments On Disciplining Daughter Could Prompt Investigation
“Roger Goodell could’ve lived up to the standards he placed on players when I was in the league,” Bruschi said. “For those mistakes he made — if someone else made those there would’ve been heavy repercussions.”
Every Friday, I will offer my passing and rushing matchups to exploit and avoid, with the goal being to provide you with some insight about where some of the big scoring and big busts might come this weekend. These picks are best used to decide between evenly ranked players.
We’re going to compile some of our favorite non-answers that Roger Goodell gave to tough (and some weak) questions on domestic violence, the Ray Rice scandal, how the NFL will handle these issues going forward and more.
Goodell has pledged to offer financial support to two national domestic violence hotlines, who’ve seen an increase in calls over the last two weeks and have not had the resources to answer them all. “That must not continue,” Goodell writes. Watch his press conference live, here.
Once again, the NFL is on the wrong side of being right. Forbes magazine reported that the NFL feels the laws of supply and demand do not apply to them when it comes to the secondary ticket market. Through the “Ticket Exchange” site, the NFL and Ticketmaster have created an arbitrary floor for the price of re-sold tickets.
Thursday night the Atlanta Flacons scored on the field and in the stands as this woman “allegedly” grabbed the crotch of her boyfriend/husband/beer vendor/match.com date when her Falcons got a first down. Considering the Falcons had more than 25 first downs in the game, the dude must have had a very good night.