Posted on: June 17, 2009 3:18 pm
Favre will be
Posted on: September 29, 2008 5:37 pm
Edited on: September 29, 2008 5:39 pm
When ever I watch a NFL game.... I find myself adrift from lifes stresses. [other than favorite teams win/loss etc...] In this I greatly appreciate the effort NFL players/Coaches and Associates put forth as they provide an "Avenue of Escape from lifes stresses." It is at a cost though as these atheletes too often sustain injuries upon the playing field. Upon those times, I question their safety and ask' "Is it possible too protect players through more or better equipment?" It is a very violent game indeed and I can find myself feeling guilty or responsible for such support of the NFL (propelling the interest),...thus also propelling youngmen too give it their all each Sunday. I would like to see better Health Benefits for NFL players regarding NFL Sustained Injuries prior too and throughout their retirements. Give the Players what is due as they give us much. Salaries?...yes' they are payed handsomely...yet' between they and the Owners It would be a good thing too lower ticket prices. I rarely go to NFL games via High Ticket cost. NFL ought find a solution that would bring in the Less fortunate as well as the well too do,...for
of the less fortunate' " Is it not where most NFL stars come from? " Only Opinion and one that is always Open for re-evaluation.
Enjoy the day all. flynlulus
Posted on: September 22, 2008 9:35 pm
Looks as though Vikings Coach Brad Childress has finally realized the need of QB Tavaris Jackson too sit and develop under a veterans tutelidge. I'd like to praise Brad in his revalation and "do!" yet' it was obvious to this writer that the Best thing for the Vikings during this past off'season was too sign the best available Veteran QB and use him from week #1. Gus Frerotte actually fits this plan and I must also realize that the Vikings have done exactly what I've suggested... a moment of clarity? I guess so. Letus now see what these Vikings are capable of with QB Gus Frerotte and the respect Defenses will have to give him in the Passing game that so' lacked in '07. It stands good reason too predict an 9-7 or better year for the Minnesota's Vikings. I'll even boldly predict a 10-6 season with a Wild Card game. Enjoy the Day people.