Thursday, December 27, 2007

NFL Scum

Even when they make a proper decision, the NFL just oozes slime.

In continued attempts to defend the indefensible, the NFL continues to try to make a case for its shitty NFL Network.

In a slimeball move that is so transparent as to make a child's hand in the cookie jar seem like international intrigue, the NFL scheduled the New England Patriots' last game of the season on their proprietary shitty NFL Network.

The shitty NFL Network is unavailable to more than half the country, unworthy of cable carriage, grossly over-priced, and an embarrassment to American ingenuity.

In an attempt to be gracious, but unable to do so, Roger Goodell, head slimeball of the slimy NFL, announced that the potentially history-making game will be broadcast on terrestrial television, carried by both CBS and NBC, along with the shitty NFL Network:
We have taken this extraordinary step because it is in the best interest of our fans."

Lie! It is not in the best interest of the fans, it is in the best interest of the shitty NFL! What asshole thought it would be a good idea to broadcast the league's premier team's final game of the season on their shitty proprietary network? Probably Goodell. This guy is a piece of work. He thinks that just by saying 'it's in the best interest of the fans' then it must be true! If the NFL cared even two bits for their fans, their shitty NFL Network wouldn't even exist!

He continues:
What we have seen for the past year is a very strong consumer demand for NFL Network. We appreciate CBS and NBC delivering the NFL Network telecast on Saturday night to the broad audience that deserves to see this potentially historic game. Our commitment to the NFL Network is stronger than ever.

What is he a fucking moron? There is no cable network that wants to pay the extortionate prices the NFL is demanding for their shitty little network, and the only reason any fans have the network is because they are true fans (poor, misguided waifs) and want to watch all their teams' games. Since the shitty NFL is holding some of the games hostage, then these people must hope that their local cable system carries the shitty NFL Network.

Of course the NFL is still committed to the NFL Network, they are trying to create a broadcast monopoly that will position them in the enviable position of controlling every aspect of their shitty league's broadcasts.

The shitty NFL Network is a rip-off, the NFL is a pile of shit, and it's unfortunate that the Patriots are having a season worth watching!

American football is an embarrassment to sport, with an hour of fifteen-second plays surrounded by thirty-second respites, wrapped in three hours of commercials.

The NFL Network. Puh-lease!

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