Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco: It's pretty cool

Feb. 4, 2013 - Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco says it was 'pretty cool' when his Baltimore Ravens stopped a late drive by the San Francisco 49ers on the five yard line. Full Story
rfirma1

Columbia, MD

#1 Feb 4, 2013
if anyone deserves mvp.........it would have to be boldin........

“Science not Conservatism”

Since: Jan 12

Progress, not Denial

#2 Feb 4, 2013
Nice game there from the Baltimore Browns, too bad they had to leave Cleveland for these Super Bowl wins to happen. Thanks to Art Modell for that.

And keep the SOB out of the Hall of Fame forever...
tom

Budapest, Hungary

#3 Feb 4, 2013
Make your own site. mymvp.net domain name is sale on sedo.
rfirma1

Columbia, MD

#4 Feb 4, 2013
tha Professor wrote:
Nice game there from the Baltimore Browns, too bad they had to leave Cleveland for these Super Bowl wins to happen. Thanks to Art Modell for that.
And keep the SOB out of the Hall of Fame forever...
modell wasn't a bad guy......it took baltimore 12 years to get a team back......it took cleveland 2 years......modell let cleveland keep its colors, name and history while irsay (a name that will live in infamy in baltimore) took the teams colors and name, records, flags, history to indianapolis.

“Science not Conservatism”

Since: Jan 12

Progress, not Denial

#5 Feb 4, 2013
rfirma1 wrote:
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modell wasn't a bad guy......it took baltimore 12 years to get a team back......it took cleveland 2 years......modell let cleveland keep its colors, name and history while irsay (a name that will live in infamy in baltimore) took the teams colors and name, records, flags, history to indianapolis.
no, he was an A--HOLE.

I don't give a damn how long it took Baltimore to get a team. If it'd been up to me, Irsay (as big an a--hole as Modell) wouldn't have been allowed to move the Colts to Indy, but that's neither here nor there. That didn't entitle them to CLEVELAND'S team!

Modell didn't "let" Cleveland have anything, that was a league decision.

It's funny that you attack Irsay but defend Modell.
rfirma1

Columbia, MD

#6 Feb 4, 2013
tha Professor wrote:
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no, he was an A--HOLE.
I don't give a damn how long it took Baltimore to get a team. If it'd been up to me, Irsay (as big an a--hole as Modell) wouldn't have been allowed to move the Colts to Indy, but that's neither here nor there. That didn't entitle them to CLEVELAND'S team!
Modell didn't "let" Cleveland have anything, that was a league decision.
It's funny that you attack Irsay but defend Modell.
irsay was a bigger a-hole than modell..........as far attacking one over the other.....i could care less about either one to tell you the truth........i'm a steeler fan.

“Science not Conservatism”

Since: Jan 12

Progress, not Denial

#7 Feb 4, 2013
rfirma1 wrote:
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irsay was a bigger a-hole than modell..........as far attacking one over the other.....i could care less about either one to tell you the truth........i'm a steeler fan.
OMG, I'm sorry...I didn't know....:)
serfs up

Kissimmee, FL

#8 Feb 4, 2013
rfirma1 wrote:
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irsay was a bigger a-hole than modell..........as far attacking one over the other.....i could care less about either one to tell you the truth........i'm a steeler fan.
We like sports. The money aspect in them has gotten to huge. Everything is out of whack and at some point will return to what was normal. Cities building new stadiums every quarter century is insane. Those who don't pony up end up losing their franchise and the fans get screwed. The NFL may be realizing this as television contracts are humongous and with HDTV it is much cheaper for fans to stay home. Last week I read an article that the NFL is considering their next generation stadiums to have less seats and massive amounts of standing room availability with an endless amount of food and libations and entertainment. Standing room fans would be able to see the field but an endless amount of televisions all over would also offset any obstructions. I don't know how this would go over, but there are cities with separate entertainment venues outside stadiums that are packed on game days. Unfortunately, at this time football is much more expensive then it needs to be compared to a few decades ago.
rfirma1

Columbia, MD

#9 Feb 4, 2013
serfs up wrote:
<quoted text> We like sports. The money aspect in them has gotten to huge. Everything is out of whack and at some point will return to what was normal. Cities building new stadiums every quarter century is insane. Those who don't pony up end up losing their franchise and the fans get screwed. The NFL may be realizing this as television contracts are humongous and with HDTV it is much cheaper for fans to stay home. Last week I read an article that the NFL is considering their next generation stadiums to have less seats and massive amounts of standing room availability with an endless amount of food and libations and entertainment. Standing room fans would be able to see the field but an endless amount of televisions all over would also offset any obstructions. I don't know how this would go over, but there are cities with separate entertainment venues outside stadiums that are packed on game days. Unfortunately, at this time football is much more expensive then it needs to be compared to a few decades ago.
well...the nfl has me disenchanted. i recall 40 plus years ago when i first started listening to the games on afn (armed forces network)overseas.....we'd stay up late into the night to listen to the games....very few commercials....excellent play by play and the only breaks were the occasional station identification or a timeout called on the field........now we have 30 second timeouts, station breaks, red flags, replay officials, timeouts, and a slew of other distractions and thinsg that take the momentum away from the game........i mean....it was bad enough with the advertising,......but now not only do we have to review every stinkin' call made....it's getting to the point that every play is being reviewed for where to place the ball, where the knee went down or whether the man was down here or there.......it's time to go back to letting the officials call the game.....and let it go at that.....yeah...some mistakes will be made and the experts will be able to talk about it the next day.........if a ref or crew is making too many mistakes......they lose the contract and go to the next crew for the next game.....sheesh.....its a sport..........not rocket science!!!

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