Sunday, January 13, 2013


Rigged pay offs bribes! In a "loss" to Atlanta after scoring the winning touch down and only less than 19 seconds on the clock somehow 6 seconds magically appeared on the play clock that gave Atlanta the opportunity to score a field goal. They did. This is rigged and I will never watch football again. The last attempt was in the last Seattle Superbowl with Pittsburgh's Worthlessberger scoring a touch down that wasn't (he never broke the plane of the goal).

Never never never again will I watch a "professional" football game again.


BBC said...

I've never watched one, it's all bullshit.

S.W. Anderson said...

It's all about the money. If you want to watch football there are good college and high school games being played all over the place. The players aren't the big bruisers of the NFL, but the games aren't rigged, outrageously overhyped, punishingly strung-out (the better to fit in more pricey commercials) extravaganzas.

Anonymous said...

Can't believe you're surprised at these shenanigans.

Anonymous said...

What SWA said, +.

It's all about the "line".

Roger Owen Green said...

I was more confused about the timeout that the Seattle coach was confused about at the end. the FG redo, specifically.

Anonymous said...

Not to mention the trumped up charges against the New Orleans Saints that cost them their head coach and destroyed their whole season.

Anonymous said...

".....This is rigged and I will never watch football again....."

Yes you will.
The unhealthy attraction the under-classes have for these Sportsball Thingies is a necessary prerequisite for a healthy economy.

"Panem et Circenses" is the rule of the day!

Besides, I won big on that game.

Demeur said...

Nope never again will my eyes peer upon the gridiron. They can have it.

I quit watching baseball for much the same reason as well as the fact of management incorporating players who should have been sent to the retirement home.

Anonymous said...

" well as the fact of management incorporating players who should have been sent to the retirement home......"

Fi sir!
So when Napoleon unceremoniously sent the noble Boxer to the glue factory after his 'usefulness' was adjudged, by them, to be over, you applauded? It was for the best?

Four legs good. Two legs better! Innit?


Besides, you should not be watching North American Sport - it sucks.
World Cup Football is where you'll find the manly men!

Randal Graves said...

Seattle's not entirely without blame, i.e. forsaking points in the first half to go uber-sabermetric. And if you're going to pound the ball on 4th and 1, Beast Mode.