“It’d Be Easier to Move Christmas”

Czabe –

Have you seen the recent stories detailing how the NFL could move the time or day of the SuperBowl. And this is not conjecture, they’ve talked to NFL officials who laid out what that would entail.

There’s a part of me that really, really wants this to happen. I want the mass hysteria of a football-hungry nation who have planned an entire year’s worth of planning on a certain date and time only to have it randomly moved in it’s entirety just a few hours before kickoff.

And to fully understand the total and utter stupidity of a commissioner’s office stubbornly insisting that a SuperBowl played in early February in New Jersey would be FA-A-B-u-lous.

Can you envision people going into next weekend with no real idea of the status of the SuperBowl? Hey, let’s go with 3:00 pm EST on Saturday – yeah, that’s noon in the home states of the two teams -screw ’em, they’re pot smokers anyway, they’ll never notice. . . wait, what about the flawless logic of the most righteous Monday Night football game evah! Like we care about disrupting millions of peoples’ plans??!! Puh-lease, these idiot football fans sat through a 20-minute electrical failure at last year’s SuperBowl . . . they’ll take what we tell them to take.

This. League.

It’d be easier to move Christmas.

I’d place a bet right now that this actually happens. This leadership calls ‘time!’ when lightening MIGHT strike. And if they’re talking around it now, it means that they have damn well thought out how they could do it. And seem meaningful and caring. Only wanting the safety of the players and fans. Utter bullshit.

Roger Goodell, here’s wishing you all the success of ObamaCare. Millions lied to, incompetently led, and now taking it in the shorts when all the plans blow up. And there was every effing way possible that this could have been avoided.

Deb <----yup, that's my team involved in this. Lovely.

About the Author

Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. He also appears on "Bob and Brian" in Milwaukee. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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