Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Apr 2, 2017.
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N'Keal Harry is a beast after the catch. NE denied another 6 by the refs - you love to see it
This is the ref crew that should do all Patriots' games
Lol Brady dejected on the bench. He's gonna play in Inglewood next season
I want to graciously thank the refs for that W. Fuck the Patriots, fuck Belicheat, and fuck Tom Brady.
FUCK THOSE CHEATING A-HOLES.
Let’s see how far Belicheat and Brady succeed without each other.
And oh, fuck the 49ers too.
So with the Seahawks loss, 49ers are in the driver's seat in the NFC West. Will take a loss against the Rams and Seahawks in Seattle to make the 49ers travel to the NFC East division winners.
Would be sweet if the 49ers lost on the road.
Ok, who is the host of the post-Rams game The Challenge show?
As long as a Seattle wins the next 2, that week 17 game would still decide the division
I see that @Finski is still bothered from being a “victim” of a hate crime.
It didn’t read like a racist post. It was a racist post. You’re just too much of a coward to openly admit it.
Patriots taping the Bengals? The Bengals?
Brady is truly back to game manager status. The circle of life
Allegiant Stadium already a tourist attraction for Raiders fans
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — As the outside of Allegiant Stadium continues to take shape, Raiders fans continue to drop by the construction site, including many from out-of-state.
“I’m a big Raiders fan living in South Dakota,” said Curt Geveshausen, visiting Las Vegas Tuesday for NFR. Geveshausen went out of his way to see the stadium and is already making plans to return when it’s finished in July of 2020. “We are planning to come down and see a few games every year,” he said. “It’s beautiful. Amazing. I didn’t realize it was going to look this nice,” he added.
Ray Trudeau, who was joining Geveshausen in town for the rodeo, was also thrilled at what he saw. “It’s pretty impressive,” said Trudeau. “It’ll be the coolest venue in the country. For sure, we’ll be back.”
The progress outside the stadium is becoming much more apparent.
On the I-15 side, nearly all of the grey tinted glass panels have been attached to the steel superstructure, as well as the opaque panels that form the decorative trim around the state-of-the-art stadium. On the ground level, the parking lots are being paved, landscaping is underway, and wide sidewalks are being installed.
Overhead, the grid-like structures that will eventually support the translucent panels for the dome are almost in place.
The progress was clearly enough to impress NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who toured Allegiant Stadium only days ago and declared Las Vegas as a Superbowl city.
“Obviously, this city, I expect it's going to be a Superbowl city,” said Goodell. “This stadium is obviously the jewel that will be part of that, but so is the city. That's a big part of the experience that people want to enjoy when they come to the Superbowl.”
Raiders given permission to exceed NFL debt limit
As the Raiders to play their last game ever in Oakland, they’ve received permission as to an important aspect of their relocation.
NFL owners approved a waiver that will allow the Raiders to borrow in order to cover their $378 million relocation fee to Las Vegas.
Owners reportedly were comfortable allowing the club to take on the heavier-than-usual debt because the team is being received so well in their future hometown. The Raiders are said to have exceeded "revenue-generation benchmarks" as they get set to move into their new $1.9-billion home.
Fury splits with coach ahead of Wilder clash
AFP — 90 minutes ago
London (AFP) - Tyson Fury has split with his coach Ben Davison just two months before his rematch with WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.
Davison had been Fury's coach for the last two years but he revealed on Sunday that they have decided to part ways.
Fury, 31, will need to find a new trainer quickly with the Briton's clash against America's Wilder looming on February 22.
Davison confirmed the split on Twitter and insisted he remained friends with Fury while taking a swipe at Wilder.
"Obviously it's not gonna stop until there's an answer, Tyson and myself had to both make decisions for our careers, which resulted in our working relationship coming to an end," he wrote.
"However, we remain friends and he will smash the dosser!!"
Despite his role in Fury's comeback from alcohol and drug issues, Davison was criticized for the fighter's lackluster display against Otto Wallin in September.
The 12-round encounter in Las Vegas had seen the Swedish southpaw open up a sizable cut above Fury's right eye in the third round, before Fury fought back to clinch victory by unanimous decision despite his impaired vision.
British WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua has said that a fight with Wilder or Fury must happen in 2020.
The next RAIDERS home game will be in Las Vegas, NV.
Packers' appreciation day. About time somebody beat the Bears. KC need do their part next week
Jacksonville is horrendous
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