There is was talk about maybe having to either delay or move the Mexico City game, because the field is apparently complete ass.
Estadio Azteca switched to a hybrid turf of both synthetic and natural grass this year, and it has been unable to hold up for the
No London Jags just yet: Shad Khan has withdrawn his offer to buy Wembley Stadium.
It was rumoured that he didn't have enough FA member votes to get the deal through, so he decided to stop wasting his time.
It doesn't help that the team he owns -
It's still a few weeks to the October 30th deadline, but who cares about facts? Trade rumours!
Shady to the Eagles.
Cardinals LB Deone Bucannon to the Eagles.
A bitter former employee is accusing Shad Khan of trying to have London, and specifically Wembley, be the permanent Jaguars home
Because my regular work schedule gets all screwed up in September, I'm trying to see if I can adjust my mornings to be able to continue putting the threads together. So, apologies for the next three days, but I'm trying to see if I can produce something of measurable quality
Luke Kuechly, the fragile JJ Watt of the Carolina Panthers, says he's "ready to go" for training camp.
He's never not been ready for camp, but by holding him out of contact drills until camp, they're hoping to extend his season past Week 8.
Former Colts GM Ryan
Welcome to the third night of the Second Annual DFO Hate Week, brought to you by rampant greed, a Republican majority, taxpayer-funded stadiums, and General Mills - home of the "Monster cereals".
Tonight is the night where we reflect on the ownerships that made us hate the League in 2017.
It's hate week they said, go to your evil place they said. Is it not bad enough the Eagles have to play the hated P*ts this weekend?
Nope, heading to big D to see what is happening with the Cowboys. As a professional journalist from the Upstairs Backlane Hollywood Journalism School
Here we are, back again, to take a look at football in LA this year. The regular season is over for all teams, so we have a good basis for comparison. Here is our final chart:
As you can see, the college teams collectively outdrew the NFL teams on average attendance.
Here we are, once again, to see where we are on the LA football landscape. Everything seems to be coming up Millhouse for good ole LA as we have three teams in first place and the other just landed the biggest fish in the NCAA coaching pond.
There is a lot
Jay Cutler has been placed in concussion protocol.
They weren't sure if anything was wrong until the doctor asked where he was and Cutty replied, "at your office, to get my kids vaccinated".
Might as well just give the Pats the division at this point.
The rumours are
We are at the 1/3 point in the NFL season and the 1/2 point in the college season, so it seems as good a time as any to check in on football in LA. How are our teams doing?
USC Trojans (5-1)
Yes, the Beavers got overpowered by Trojans in Dick Joke
It has been awhile since I brought you the first LA Rams Stadium update and I figured it was about time we head on back to Inglewood to see how the development was going. So I took it upon myself as both your intrepid reporter as well as the DFO