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Old 10-20-2010, 10:28 AM   #46
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Re: Jeff Fisher: ESPN asked coaches to take timeouts late on Monday night

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I actually have sex durn the comercials.
I will not even comment on you saying football is close to sex.
So you are saying that Sunday is the true Hump Day?
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I feel sorry for your wife...all finished in a commercial break?
Apparently firstdown believes that anything longer than 60 seconds is unnecessary foreplay.
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Old 10-21-2010, 07:42 AM   #48
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Re: Jeff Fisher: ESPN asked coaches to take timeouts late on Monday night

The NFL has been a whore to advertising revenue for years. Back in the day, if a ball carrier went out of bounds, the clock was always stopped until the next snap. By the 1980's people started complaining that games were getting too long, and clock stoppages were an easy scapegoat, even with the league cramming more and more advertising breaks into the package - the real cause of longer games. So the league responded by altering the rule to restart the clock after the ball is spotted following a ball carrier running out of bounds. While I'm a much bigger NFL fan than I am an MLB fan, I admire the fact that the MLB hasn't changed rules to whore their game to the almighty advertising dollar.
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