September 28, 2012   |No Comments Blackout, Blog, Issues

CYCLE CONTINUES: Tampa Bay Bucs Black Out Fans for 21st Time in Last 23 Games

The Tampa Bay Bucs once again failed to sell enough tickets to Sunday’s game and failed to buy up the remaining tickets to ensure the game stays on television resulting in one giant FAIL for Bucs fans. The Bucs owners either 1) don’t actually care about their fans or 2) don’t realize that they’re only […]

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September 27, 2012   |No Comments Blog, Issues, NFL

VICTORY! NFL Owners Cave to Public Pressure, End Referee Lockout

Our long national nightmare is over. According to multiple reports, the NFL referee lockout is over. The regular officials will reportedly take the deal Thursday night and on Sunday. The pressure from fans and the public to end the referee lockout seems to have been so intense that NFL owners finally figured out a way […]

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September 26, 2012   |No Comments Uncategorized

More Media Reaction to NFL’s Replacement Ref Debacle

ESPN.com’s Kevin Seiftert: Weak NFL response suggests more of the same Key quote: The NFL repeatedly has played us for fools over the past two months. Washington Post‘s Sally Jenkins: NFL replacement refs’ incompetence solely the fault of the league Key quote: Let’s see: The count in the NFL is now one ripped-off earlobe, one […]

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September 25, 2012   |No Comments Blog, Issues, NFL

Packers Shareholder Calls for Federal Fraud Investigation into NFL’s Use of Replacement Referees

Tuesday afternoon, Sports Fans Coalition Chairman and Green Bay Packers shareholder David Goodfriend called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether the National Football League’s “deceptive” use of replacement referees has violated “consumer protection statutes.” Monday night, the Packers lost to the Seattle Seahawks on a controversial call many have blamed on the NFL’s […]

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