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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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    Tony Clifton

    In the real world of companies that have to COMPETE for market share – the NFL most certainly does not have to compete for anything

    If only MLB weren’t run by a used car salesman and the NBA run by a twerpy lawyer… *sighs*

    P.S. The more you (as well as other sports talking heads) thump your chests and bellow about the invincibility of the NFL, the more convinced I am about the Shield’s vulnerability.

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    Josh

    Vulnurability to what, Tony Clifton? The AFL mounted a serious attack on the legitimacy of the NFL way back when the NFL was still fairly weak. We all know how that turned out. Are tens of millions of Americans suddenly going to defect to watching soccer? That will only happen when MLS is the superior soccer product in the world, and that is a long, long way off.

    The NFL at this point is structured so that a massive consumer surplus is inevitable. There is simply no way the NFL can keep up with current demand due to limited number of games and the inability to expand the number of teams. Sure, Goodell is a massively moronic mongoloid idiot, but it would take an heroic level of incompetence to even rock the boat, let alone sink it. And besides, every professional sports commisioner is a slimeball puppet.

    Professional sports have long been considered a refuge for scoundrals and scofflaws. Most people watch pro sports to see athletic excellence, and even if they bellyache about ‘thugs’ and such, they still tune in. Many even like that aspect of it; you can call it the pro-wrestling effect. I myself am something of a law-and-order person, but I could care less what crimes any given player may have committed. If he has to go to jail, then sure, he will miss some games and the team might release him. I see no need for suspensions as the worst offenders will eventually self-select out (i.e. Aaron Hernandez) and ‘suspend’ themselves.

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    Gymbo

    He definitely has a lucky horseshoe up his arse.

    best treadmill gif …
    http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mchfc6RdvB1rtp26m.gif

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