Not that we really care what those folks on the other side of the pond know about football,but it is kind of amusing to see them stumble there way through questions about the NFL that my two year old that doesn't talk could answer.
I get that the game just isn't as big over there. They like soccer, rugby, and apparently cricket is pretty popular too. Maybe after hearing things like this clip we will quit hearing Roger Goodell talk about possibly having a franchise in London. The interest just isn't there.
In response to a question posed regarding the NFL’s tax exempt status during a reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) today with NFLPA spokesperson George Atallah, Atallah answered by simply directing the public to “Page 7” of Senator Tom Coburn’s 2012 Waste Book.
Page 7 points out that:
The National Football League (NFL), the National Hockey League (NHL), and the Professional...
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Is everyone alright? I only ask because sports scribes everywhere are producing work that, frankly, is wildly absurd. I know, I know: The quixotic endeavour of journalism commentary has long been dead. I get that. And somehow, someway, Deadspin has become the voice of reason, leaving major outlets (e.g. ESPN, Fox Sports, and CBS) behind.
It started with news that ESPN was hiring...