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SUPER BOWL WEEK IS HERE AT LAST, BUT SOMETHING DOESN’T FEEL RIGHT‏

Super Bowl Media Day was CRAZY...

Super Bowl Media Day was CRAZY…

by Ryan Meehan

Super Bowl week is here, and as NFL fans we are all looking forward to the biggest game of the year and all that goes along with it.  This year seems like it’s a little bit different, and there’s no one reason why the Super Bowl seems less appealing than it has been in recent seasons.  Instead, I believe that it is a set of assorted factors that I would like to discuss individually so we can take a look at why we don’t feel as excited as we usually do.  Continue reading

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No Such Thing as Overpaying

It had to be done.

The Washington Redskins were in a bidding war that they happily won. Their prize is the most electrifying and talented quarterbacks to come out of college since Michael Vick. The Redskins may have given up a lot of draft picks but this sacrifice was one with the future in mind.

For a franchise quarterback, there is almost no such thing as overpaying.

There are no guarantees in life. Robert Griffin III could very well be the next Ryan Leaf. He could be the next Alex Smith. Heck, I don’t even think Nostradamus were alive today he could tell us what’s in store for RGIII.  Nevertheless, the Washington Redskins are doing the right thing.

I could go on for days about the follies of risking the future for the now. I chastised Hue Jackson for acquiring Carson Palmer. I questioned Julio Jones prior to Thomas Dimitroff’s draft day gamble. I lamented over Randy Moss’ return to Minnesota in the Brett Favre era.

However, this is different. It’s apples and oranges, cats and dogs, Toyota’s and Lexus’. Well, you get the picture.

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