Found October 08, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
What did we learn Sunday about the NFL? The Jacksonville Jaguars are ready to move to Los Angeles, the Cleveland Browns are eliminated from the playoffs, Cam Newton can’t beat the Seahawks – at home, and Atari Bigby might like a little weed now and then.
In Monday Night Football news, the Jets insist they aren’t having trouble selling tickets to tonight’s game. The NFL Network was reporting the Jets had 12,000 unsold tickets for tonight’s game. Not so, according to the Jets.
Meanwhile, it seems Illinois head coach Tim Beckman broke an NCAA rule Saturday by grabbing a dip during a game.
Let’s get rolling!
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