March 2009

Big East Bash in the Final Four

updated April 19, 2014by March 17, 2009

So is the 2009 Final Four just a Big East bash? Three teams from the conference have assumed # 1 seeds and there are a slurry of others with legit shots at making the cut. My gut feeling is that there will be a Big east team in the Final Four and probably three in […]

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Jay Cutler – It’s Business Dude

updated April 19, 2014by March 17, 2009

 Jay Cutler of the Denver Broncos is upset. Suposedly his new coach was shopping him around the league recently, apparently in an attempt to bring in Matt Cassel from the New England Patriots. I don’t thin Cutler should be upset about the trade attempt. After all, the NFL is a big business and players are […]

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NFL Tickets supporting ‘Good Boy” bonus

updated April 19, 2014by March 14, 2009

 Finally some sanity is returning to the expenditures derived from out NFL ticket prices. Lately teams hace been including a “performance bonus” of sorts into their contracts. It has nothing to do with yards gained or pass receptions or touchdowns. It’s mor of a Good Citizen bonus. If a player shows when he’s supposed to, […]

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Patriots Getting Generous?

updated April 19, 2014by March 3, 2009

 Hey, what’s going on here? Are the New England Patriots turning into the FEMA of the NFL? After weeks of listening to the massive amounts of trade interest in Matt Cassel. Big Bill turns around and deals his ace to the Kansas City Chiefs for a second round pick. And them he throws Mike Vrabel […]

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NBA Tickets _ Capping the League?

updated April 19, 2014by March 3, 2009

 A look around the NBA yields a new perspective on competitive play. The NBA is looking to rein in spending, a direct result of hard economic times. For the first time in years revenue is down. What does this mean? It might pay not to win. In other words, keeping your team in the middle […]

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