Found January 18, 2013 on Football Nation:
I love to watch the NFL. I follow all the headlines and analysis that have anything whatsoever to do with the game.Every day I check in with my favorite media personalities to see what the important football topics of the day are, and I'll probably continue to as long as there's an NFL to watch.It adds flavor to the experience of being a football fan.That doesn't mean I always agree with them. Of course, they don't even agree with each other most of the time.One of the latest topics to resurface following the Denver Broncos' shocking upset loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the Divisional round of the playoffs, is whether or not Peyton Manning is given too much praise considering his less than exemplary record in playoff games. I find that debate to be laughable.Most of the talking heads on sports shows have, at one time or another, been part of the NFL. This is where they earned their respectability on the subject and I do not dispute their expertise.However, I'...
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