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Old 04-29-2019, 06:32 AM
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What should be done with him? Suspend, ban or what?
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Old 04-29-2019, 06:37 AM
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4 games, he’s good. KC didn’t cut him.
Any other profession and he would not be facing a reduction in pay.
The tape is from Dubai Might be able to fight it based on that.
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He should have his day in court. Like anyone else. Since its off season I don't see why this cannot be investigated and decided. If it can be proven that he hurt his kid, string him up.
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At a minimum 1 year ban and I'm confident that is were the NFL will start.
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At a minimum 1 year ban and I'm confident that is were the NFL will start.
agreed. They'll take a hard line for the cameras and then he will more than likely appeal it back to eight games or so.
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Hunt kicked a women on camera and got 8 games. This isn’t worth a year.
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This is the same guy that pinned down his pregnant gf and punched her repeatedly in the stomach...
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Old 04-29-2019, 10:07 AM
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This kind of character will eventually help speed up the decline of the NFL's popularity, which is already on the decline.

Has KC taken over the Title of the team with the wort characters in football, previously held by Cincinnati ?

Really can't possibly root for people or teams that sign these guys. NFL needs to clean up its own house, the stench of no character, no ethics, no morals has become overwhelming; and starts at the top !

I don't think Al Davis meant this repugnant, nauseous crap when he said: " Just win baby "
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Originally Posted by PJJR View Post
This kind of character will eventually help speed up the decline of the NFL's popularity, which is already on the decline.

Has KC taken over the Title of the team with the wort characters in football, previously held by Cincinnati ?

Really can't possibly root for people or teams that sign these guys. NFL needs to clean up its own house, the stench of no character, no ethics, no morals has become overwhelming; and starts at the top !

I don't think Al Davis meant this repugnant, nauseous crap when he said: " Just win baby "

the draft ratings were up 11%
after 2 years of decline the 2018 season ratings were up. They aren’t going anywhere
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Old 04-29-2019, 10:17 AM
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Originally Posted by PJJR View Post
This kind of character will eventually help speed up the decline of the NFL's popularity, which is already on the decline.

Has KC taken over the Title of the team with the wort characters in football, previously held by Cincinnati ?

Really can't possibly root for people or teams that sign these guys. NFL needs to clean up its own house, the stench of no character, no ethics, no morals has become overwhelming; and starts at the top !

I don't think Al Davis meant this repugnant, nauseous crap when he said: " Just win baby "
Agreed that they should clean up the league, but to say the NFL is on decline is laughable and just plain wrong. 48 MILLION people watched the fukn draft!! I think they had over a half a million people in attendance.
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Old 04-29-2019, 10:25 AM
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Originally Posted by PJJR View Post
This kind of character will eventually help speed up the decline of the NFL's popularity, which is already on the decline.

Has KC taken over the Title of the team with the wort characters in football, previously held by Cincinnati ?

Really can't possibly root for people or teams that sign these guys. NFL needs to clean up its own house, the stench of no character, no ethics, no morals has become overwhelming; and starts at the top !

I don't think Al Davis meant this repugnant, nauseous crap when he said: " Just win baby "
NFL decline huh? Something tells me you weren’t in Nashville last Thursday thru Saturday. There were over 300,000 people here just to watch the draft. Think about that...the Draft! Not a game. Not a preseason game. Not even practice. The f’ing draft!!!

No matter what you think of the players in this league, the NFL isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.



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Old 04-29-2019, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by PJJR View Post
This kind of character will eventually help speed up the decline of the NFL's popularity, which is already on the decline.

Has KC taken over the Title of the team with the wort characters in football, previously held by Cincinnati ?

Really can't possibly root for people or teams that sign these guys. NFL needs to clean up its own house, the stench of no character, no ethics, no morals has become overwhelming; and starts at the top !

I don't think Al Davis meant this repugnant, nauseous crap when he said: " Just win baby "
That is the reason I stopped watching.
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Old 04-29-2019, 10:55 AM
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NFL Viewership Facts last time I looked:
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Nfl suffers lost advertising revenue of over $200 million dollars for sunday!



4.864 million viewers on Day 1
ABC scored a primetime touchdown with its coverage of Day 1 of the 2019 NFL Draft on Thursday night, rising 26% in total viewers compared to the first night of last year’s broadcast, which aired on Fox.In 2018, Fox carried the Big 4’s coverage of the NFL draft — which is also simulcast on ESPN and NFL Network — and scored a 1.2 rating among the sought-after adults 18-49 demographic and 3.864 million viewers on Day 1. ABC’s first evening covering this year’s draft matched that key demo number, but rose by 1 million total viewers.

https://www.thewrap.com/nfl-draft-20...series-finale/









As they continue to use players with horrible character flaws, they will continue to loose viewership.
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Originally Posted by PJJR View Post
NFL Viewership Facts last time I looked:
Click on the link below

Nfl suffers lost advertising revenue of over $200 million dollars for sunday!



4.864 million viewers on Day 1
ABC scored a primetime touchdown with its coverage of Day 1 of the 2019 NFL Draft on Thursday night, rising 26% in total viewers compared to the first night of last year’s broadcast, which aired on Fox.In 2018, Fox carried the Big 4’s coverage of the NFL draft — which is also simulcast on ESPN and NFL Network — and scored a 1.2 rating among the sought-after adults 18-49 demographic and 3.864 million viewers on Day 1. ABC’s first evening covering this year’s draft matched that key demo number, but rose by 1 million total viewers.

https://www.thewrap.com/nfl-draft-20...series-finale/









As they continue to use players with horrible character flaws, they will continue to loose viewership.


https://thebiglead.com/2019/04/29/wh...hest-ever/amp/
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Who??
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Old 04-29-2019, 11:08 AM
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ESPN averaged 4.86 million for its draft coverage, and NFL Network added 1.7 million more. The total for the first round of 11.1 million is down slightly from 11.34 million in 2018 (when coverage also aired on ESPN2).

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/nfl-draft-sacks-big-bang-theory-tv-ratings-thursday-april-25-2019-1204996

It appears the numbers were down from 2018 accorfing to the Hollywood reporter

Bottom line the NFl numbers have been and are down for the last few years. They have not recovered.


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Originally Posted by PJJR View Post
ESPN averaged 4.86 million for its draft coverage, and NFL Network added 1.7 million more. The total for the first round of 11.1 million is down slightly from 11.34 million in 2018 (when coverage also aired on ESPN2).

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/nfl-draft-sacks-big-bang-theory-tv-ratings-thursday-april-25-2019-1204996

It appears the numbers were down from 2018 accorfing to the Hollywood reporter

Bottom line the NFl numbers have been and are down for the last few years. They have not recovered.
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Old 04-29-2019, 11:36 AM
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Originally Posted by PJJR View Post
This kind of character will eventually help speed up the decline of the NFL's popularity, which is already on the decline.

Has KC taken over the Title of the team with the wort characters in football, previously held by Cincinnati ?

Really can't possibly root for people or teams that sign these guys. NFL needs to clean up its own house, the stench of no character, no ethics, no morals has become overwhelming; and starts at the top !

I don't think Al Davis meant this repugnant, nauseous crap when he said: " Just win baby "
Maybe.

I'm in the KC area... use to be a season ticket holder.

When the Chiefs picked Hill there was a LOT of outrage here by the fans. That lasted until his first game when he started scoring TD's... then they were chanting his name. Turns out he's still scumbag thug. Hunt kicking some drunk chick pales in comparison to punching your 3yo kid and breaking his arm. Also Hunt, unlike Hill did not have a record of this sort of behavior so you can't really put that one on the Chiefs. Now we traded for another thug... that's looking like a brilliant move as well and there is a lot of criticism being passed around for that move.

Hill may play again but I seriously doubt it will be as a Chief. Sucks as we lost two top players because they are too stupid to not be beating women and kids.
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Old 04-29-2019, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by bushwhacker View Post
Agreed that they should clean up the league, but to say the NFL is on decline is laughable and just plain wrong. 48 MILLION people watched the fukn draft!! I think they had over a half a million people in attendance.
What is really laughable is that a half a million people showed up to watch the freaking draft. Lol!
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