Buzzy Says : Ok Fokes T2 has a job in the NFL for Now so lets stop with the A11FL and the league comments and just support Tim Tebow

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5 Responses to “Buzzy Says : Ok Fokes T2 has a job in the NFL for Now so lets stop with the A11FL and the league comments and just support Tim Tebow”

  1. ck says:

    Buzzy, right about that btw. 🙂

  2. lex says:

    AMEN to that, Buzzy.

  3. Sam says:


  4. David Oliver says:

    Buzzy.. Interesting perspective from Forbes on Brady-Inflategate..
    A Very Simple Decision

    The Daily News is wrong. Goodell’s decision is not complicated at all.

    If Goodell wants to emulate the example of the financial sector, he should do what the Daily News says and give Brady a slap on the wrist with a two-game suspension, along with a financial fine for the Patriots that will sound significant in absolute terms, but will be but a drop in the ocean of the Patriots’ financial returns. In this way, the popular Tom Brady, coach Belichick and the Patriots can continue on their current track. A two-game suspension at the start of the season will be doing Brady a favor and saving his talents for the playoffs, rather than a punishment. As in the financial sector, senior officials such as coaches will be seen as having no accountability for wrongdoing that occurs on their watch.

    However, if Goodell follows this course of action, he should be aware that he will be giving a clear signal to NFL coaches, players and fans that cheating in the NFL is discouraged but in the end tolerated. The NFL will be heading down the path of professional wrestling.

    If on the other hand Goodell wants to solve the problem of cheating in the NFL for good, he must emulate the excellent example of Pete Rozelle in 1962 where stiff penalties were exacted on popular payers for much less serious offenses than Brady’s or the Patriots’: Goodell must suspend Brady and Belichick for at least a season.

    This is the way to send a clear signal that cheating in the NFL will not be tolerated. If this is done, fans will be able forget about the risk of cheating in the NFL for years to come. They can be confident that players and coaches will be playing the game of football, not fixing it.

    • ck says:

      David Oliver: Guilty as charged! If Brady is so talented then why did he have to resort to CHEATING?!!! Definitely not TOO SMART impo…At least Tebow doesn’t have to CHEAT b/c he HAS TALENT PLUS, A WORK ETHIC SECOND TO NONE!!! GO TEBOW!!!!

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