- 06/10/2011, 01:28PM ET
Frank Pentangeli said 06/10, 01:28 PM
The NFL should show every game. Just like the NCAA. Local Areas should schedule based on their times and everyone network show have a contract of some kind. Essentially every major NCAA game is nationally televised. The NFL should be too.
(KMac) Lame Sauce said 06/11, 05:55 AM
It's called SportsCenter.
They also have NFL packages for DirecTV, Comcast, Cox, hell... everybody has an NFL package!
It's called turning on the TV and looking.
You know what really grinds my gears?
The fact that I live in Japan (Air Force) and I have the crappiest internet known to man. I mean, Mediatti Broadband Company makes old-school AOL look like Usain Bolt!
Wanna know what my download speed is? 212 KBPS..... KILOBYTES!!!
The best part about it? It's only crappy internet ON BASE. Everyone else off base has super fast internet. They're even offering download speeds of 1 TBPS (how is that even possible???)
But no, the military is a bunch of poor mofo's that can't even get us some better internet out here.
:( that is a sad angry face.
(KMac) Lame Sauce said 06/12, 08:40 PM
Well I guess I should have seen that coming....
You know what else really grinds my gears?
Tony Reagins and Mickey Hatcher.
Let's discuss Tony Reagins....
Gary Matthews, Jr.- Enough said
Torii Hunter- Good move to sign him, but for way too much
Vernon Wells- REALLY?????
His one saving grace? Fleecing AZ for Dan Haren (although they're in first place and we're not...)
Mickey Hatcher on the other hand has a LONG LIST OF FAILURES
and I could list more but I'm lazy
His one saving grace?
The Angels led the league 3 times in BA since he's been hitting coach... but I'm sorry, he's either lost his touch or the Angels just suck that bad.
Either way, heads need to roll in big A.
And that is what grinds my gears.
- Awful Announcing
- Free Darko
- Pro Football Talk
- The Big Lead
- Joe Posnanski
- The Sporting Blog
- Big League Stew
- Bugs and Cranks
- Every day Should Be Saturday
- Mr. Irrelevant
- With Leather
- The Sports Hernia