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But I’ve seen enough football in my life - I’ve followed it since World War II (the Blanchard and Davis Army teams) - and I can’t remember many stories comparable to that of Nick Foles and the way he stepped up when he was needed. They were one Hail Mary completion to Gronkowski away from turning this year’s sure defeat into another astounding comeback victory.He knew success in high school and he knew it in college. He prepared as if he was the starter himself, and when his time came, he was READY. Don’t you believe for one minute that the Patriots are done. *********** I’m no fan of the NFL as it has existed for some time - the entire Goodell era, come to think of it - but I have to concede that Sunday’s Super Bowl was a really good example of what the NFL is capable of.So, for a limited time, I’m offering a SPRING SPECIAL - just in time for your pre-season planning - “EVOLUTION OF AN OFFENSE” at HALF PRICE!.95 And if you’re new to the Double Wing and you purchase my basic package - I’ll include EVOLUTION OF AN OFFENSE at no charge.Sort of made you wish they’d return to the old days of bad taste. ” Had to laugh at the millennials in the Michelob Ultra commercial, set to the song, “I Like Beer.” You may not know the song, but it’s an old country favorite by Tom T. This version wasn’t close to his, and trust me - Ole Tom T wasn’t singin’ to them guys in the commercial, and he wasn’t singin’ about no Michelob Ultra.
So many teams means so many bad teams, and so many mediocre teams - and so few good teams.
T-Mobile showed us little babies of all different colors who, the voice assured them, could be anything they want, earn equal pay, love who they want, blah, blah, blah.
And there was Coke, once again selling us stuff that a lot of us simply don’t want to buy - a Coke for everybody, including individuals who refer to themselves as “they.” Toyota? Are their cars really that great that they don’t even have to use commercials to sell them?
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Still plenty good, you understand - but not as good as it could be.
Enough about Philadelphia’s first pro football championship since 1960.