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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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    it’s still real to me, dammit!

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    It isn’t usually the players. Look to the coaches who draft gems, concoct idiot offensive schemes and fail to get the ball into their hands.
    Case in point…Burkhead was maybe the best Husker player in the past decade on offense. Cincinnati wasted him. The Hoodie will make him a star. Bet on it.
    Do away with the draft, salary cap and let the strong play their games. Guys in SD, NYC, and Chi can take their ass kickings and like it or sell the team. I’m tired of 3-13 getting welfare.

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    “t’s like climbing Mt. Everest after flying to the moon.”

    Not really though. That’s absurd.

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    Would’ve been so much better if, after Tomlin called, the Steelers picked someone else. That would be something to cry over. Like, if Tomlin got off the phone and said to the folks in the war room, “I didn’t like the way he said ‘Yes Sir’ when I asked if he was healthy. Let’s take the kid from Alabama.”

    Anyway, if that really made you well-up Czabe, you’re really turning into a pussy.

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    Saw one a few years ago. A WR out of USC was drafted in the 3rd round by the Browns I believe. From then to the start of training camp the documentary followed him around as he met with PR reps and signing footballs and helmet and rookie cards for Topps and Fleer. He was walking around his neighborhood high atop his horse and everyone treated him like royalty but they also had their hand out expecting a little something-something. Long story short he never made it out of training camp because he couldn’t run routes and couldn’t catch the damn ball. Kinda brings you back to reality.


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