Found January 03, 2012 on The Camel Clutch Blog:
The NFL regular season of the 2011-12 season ended on January 1, 2012, and what a season it was. It was a season that a lot of the so called "experts," and many fans did not think would happen because of the NFL Lockout for much of the calendar year of 2011. Related posts: Couch Groove Football NFL Week 2 Picks & Predictions NFL 2011 Season: Grading NFL Teams At The Halfway Point Couch Groove Football NFL Week 1 2011 Picks & Predictions
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