Sunday, October 20, 2013

Suh is in more trouble and the Series is slow to start

From where I sit is looks like Ndamukong Suh is being targeted by the NFL...


The bigger problem here is that Suh deserves it. He's been a borderline dirty player since he entered the league. He's got over $200,000 in fines. If this latest incident had happened with almost any other player it wouldn't have generated a second look, but dealing with a repeat offender, it's hardly surprising. He's even described by a teammate as “violent.” Yes, football is an aggressive game, but that must be channelled in the right ways. Suh better smarten up, or he's going to start drawing reputation penalties. There wasn't a flag thrown on this play, but there will be next time. And at some point the Lions will lose a game based on Ndamukong Suh's history of being a dangerous player. It's a sad truth. He's already one of the most hated players in the league. If he's not careful he'll end up with that status on his own team.

Congratulations to the Cardinals and Red Sox for winning their Leagues...but what's with the delay in getting the World Series started?


Yes, it's been a long season, but they really can't start any sooner then Wednesday? What else is happening at these two ballparks that creates the need for a half-a-week break? It would make a bit more sense if there was some sort of favourable TV schedule out of it, but there's not. This leaves games 3, 4 and 5 on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. If the series goes 7 it will be on a Thursday. Who's bright idea is this? Why not make it a weekend evening? Although with ratings making a steady decline, who am I to question the logic of the World Series schedule?

At least that's how I see it...and I sit in the cheap seats.

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