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And The Beat Goes On

Dallas’ win, which peaked with 17.3 million viewers from 9:30-9:45 PM ET, was the lowest rated Cowboys game ever on primetime over-the-air television. The previous low was a 9.9 for an October 2001 matchup with Washington in which both teams … Continue reading

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Nicklaus Saves Thanksgiving!

I don’t remember ever missing the Lions and Cowboys games on Thanksgiving.  But that’s just what’s going to happen tomorrow, as the NFL is now far in my rearview mirror.  There’s Mississippi-Mississippi State in the evening, but that’s well after … Continue reading

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WOODS SLAMS CHAMBLEE’S FAKE NEWS!!!

ALERT!!! Tiger Woods has unequivocally corroborated Lanny H’s statements to Brandel Chamblee about Chamblee’s nonsense commentary regarding Woods “returning to his old swing.” Remember when Brandel Chamblee blocked ol’ Lanny’s Twitter account for pointing out Woods was physically unable to … Continue reading

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The Times They Are A-Changed

Tiger Woods returns to action in two weeks.  A few thoughts: ♦♦♦ Just saw a recent Golf Channel article on Woods with this line: “While compiling the greatest career record of his generation, Tiger Woods has…”  What do you know, the hyperbole … Continue reading

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Tuesday Thoughts

In past years, I would have been watching Dallas play their NFL game on Sunday afternoon.  This year, I turned on my television and saw that the PGA had some live golf.  Rickie Fowler kindly birdied the 17th hole to … Continue reading

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Sports (?) Illustrated

You can’t help but laugh at the state of today’s media.  Check this out from Sports Illustrated, from an article supposedly relating to the NFL protests.  My comments are interjected in red: These questions came to mind last week when … Continue reading

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“I like NOT watching the NFL”

Just read a new article at Yahoo, “NFL TV numbers’ plunge deepens“: Last weekend’s action featured two strong games in the late Sunday afternoon window. The Seahawks nipped the Texans 41-38, and the Cowboys beat the archrival Redskins 33-19. Even … Continue reading

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