Charles Bricker: You want NFL parity?...

Charles Bricker: You want NFL parity? How 'bout one week left a...

There are 10 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Dec 24, 2007, titled Charles Bricker: You want NFL parity? How 'bout one week left a.... In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Scatter shots going into the final week of the regular season: One week left and one playoff spot to settle in each conference.

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Al Capone

Hialeah, FL

#1 Dec 24, 2007
1,000 yards per season is no great deal. My one legged grandma who is 90 can do it hands down.

Delray Beach, FL

#2 Dec 25, 2007
ha ha ha ha ha

thats good

Asheville, NC

#4 Dec 26, 2007
The more they add teams, the less real talent we have out there, and likewise the more problems, off sides, illegal use of hands, and drop passes, my hope is they stop adding teams until the college level of players pick up so we have better skill players with each team, then we have our fish, and they play as if they are out of the tank. Bill

Asheville, NC

#5 Dec 26, 2007
these current day players are crying that we are men, and should be treated as men, well, men earn there pay checks, what about cutting there pay for bad performance, then we will see the men from the boys, it won't happen, to many men want a be's out there, they will be crying like babies if they get a pay cut, they want to get paid no matter how sorry they do there job's. Bill

Sorrento, FL

#6 Dec 26, 2007
actually.. i believe its the opposite.

the Colts have absolutely nothing to play for and Manning and crew will get 1 quarter, then the scrubs will play the rest.
so the titans have a good chance of getting in.

i doubt the colts 2nd and 3rd stringers can beat the titans first stringers even if the colts have a 14-0 head start.

plus the colts special teams is awful even with their 1st string guys out there..

Sorrento, FL

#7 Dec 26, 2007
and to back my claim above up the titans are actually 7 point favorites.
NFL fan

Boca Raton, FL

#8 Dec 26, 2007
You like it Bricker? I personally think this has been one of the most uneventful, boring nfl seasons ever. It's the same old thing. Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, whoopee...ho-hum, who wants to watch new england other than new england fans? No competition, they just run rough shod over teams, fine, great team they are, BUT that is boring football for everyone but there fans, we want competitive balance, not blowouts, on the opposite end, look at the dolphins,same thing, but on the other end of the spectrum. This year will go down as one of the worst ever, kinda makes you look for something else to do on sundays when you know the result of the game before its even played.Lets save the money and skip the super bowl this year, just give new england there rings and lets move on to next year, hopefully it will be more competitive.

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#9 Dec 26, 2007
That is why college football was so fun this year. No one knew what kind of upset was going to happen. The

NFL is not interesting anymore.

The league is managing competition and favoring one team over the rest as it has over the last 3 years. They over manage the game day experience for the fans and the advertising at the stadiums and broadcasts is flat out insulting. I will stick with College Football and of course in South Florida, High School football as well.


#10 Dec 26, 2007
Parity?? Are u kidding? There are three real football teams in the NFL , Patriots, Colts, and Cowboys. Everyone else is just pretending.

Ruidoso, NM

#11 Dec 26, 2007
Patriots stink!!! GO FINS !!!!!!!

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