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I agree with Skip Bayless. This is actually increasing my interest in the NFL as well as my desire to see them return. I think the free agency signing period is going to be absolutely the most crazy fun I've seen from the NFL in a long time.
I can't get really excited about it because, from everything I've heard, I expect that the Browns will be sitting on their hands.
WOW!!! The NFL will now pay ESPN $1.9 BILLION per year.....http://www.sportsbusinessdaily.com/Daily/Morning-Buzz/2011/09/08/ESPN-NFL.aspx....so get ready for ESPN to start covering the NFL more heavily than the NFL's own network which isn't even part of basic cable.$1.9 billion!I. Am. In. The. Wrong. Business.
Get Direct TV or the NFL package on your cable system. As for me, I've been spending most of my time on Sundays on the NFL Channel on during the the 1-4 p.m. timeframe, where they track all the games at the same time.
Suh gets suspended. Houston loses QB Leinhart - after losing QB Schaub - and signs Delhomme. Tebow triumphs - again. The New York Jets and New York Giants both lose and come closer to playoff elimination. The San Diego Chargers and the Philadelphia "Dream Team" Eagles both lose and confirm their playoff elimination.
The Jets beat the Bills
In other NFL news - the 0-11 Colts travel to New England. The Patriots are 20 point favorites. Anyone want to take Indy and the points?