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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "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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  1. 1

    Herb Tarlek

    Like sleeping with Kim Cattrall at age 61.

    …still would.

  2. 2

    Len D

    Nothing to say about 57 points and 5 TDs from a rookie QB? Hmph!!

  3. 3

    Chris A(the 937)

    I’m a guy on a BUFFFAAALLLOOOOO! Can’t get it out of my head!!!!

  4. 4

    david murphy

    nice manifesto agree 100%

  5. 5

    Hosel Rocket

    Last week there was talk of people boycotting the NFL and folks correctly dismissed it. What the league should be worried about is how it really happens and that is a gradual ebb towards doing something else. It goes something like this: Sunday Ticket too expensive, Live football too slow, Prime Time games too late, can’t find time to watch DVR’d game, poor officiating, poor replay, players bitching about fans, societal/political issues overshadowing entertainment aspect, etc, etc, etc. Next thing you know you wonder what you are doing inside on a couch on a 75 degree day.

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      Mike In Manassas

      I totally agree Hosel, I am becoming more and more disinterested because of all your reasons list. Cue BB King “The Thrill Is Gone”

      1. 5.1.1

        Scott in PDX

        I totally agree. The NFL has gotten boring and I feel the last few games that I watched were a complete waste of time. There is some really really bad football being played along with head scratching officiating. Coaches burning all of their timeouts by the end of the third quarter. It’s brutal.

  6. 6

    148# noseguard

    Football has long been hijacked by horribly uneducated coaches not emphasizing the art of the tackle, starting at the pee-wee level. Youth football in pads should not start before the sixth grade. Flag is a good start to get the bobble heads familiar with the art of football while letting their rubber necks get stronger. Parents and coaches who live vicariously through their kids/players playing head hunter football will ultimately kill the game.

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    I was just telling someone that halftime highlights used to be a lot more informative. I grew up looking forward to seeing all of the good plays from every game, then running out to throw the football around with my brothers in the crisp Fall air with leaves crunching under our feet. Then my dad would call out and tell us the game was back on, so we’d run back in. Halftime highlights now show only one play per game…if that!! Gotta fit in more commercials!!!


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