The NFL’s High-Water Mark: Rome Is Falling

Posted: 4th November 2009 by B. Clifton Burke in NFL
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It appears the NFL has finally out-priced itself.

The first-place Bengals, fresh off of a near-perfect game against the Bears, are still 4,500 tickets away from selling out this Sunday against the Ravens. The logically impulsive thing to do is stand up, point at Mike Brown, and call him a vicious opportunist who preys on the American addiction of entertainment and distraction. At these words, Brown would likely lean back in his chair, wipe his mouth with a white linen napkin, and agree that he is indeed one hell of a capitalist.á Though as tempting as it is to carry on detailing the swinish attributes of our favorite team's owner, it is actually another greedy hogùa Texan-sized boar rolling around in his mud puddles of cash and wealthùwho is more to blame for our potential bl ...

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