Finally, the NFL is using their huge platform to help people. They are paid shameful amounts of money, which I think their should be a cap on, if each NFL player pledged 200,000, we could certainly help feed and house alot of needy people in the USA.
THAT SUCKS!!!!! I HAD PLANS TO RECORD THE GAME AND HALF TIME SHOW FOR A FRIEND THAT HAS BEEN SENT TO IRAQ AND THEN SEND HIM THE VIDEO.
ok be real! That is like saying that the CEO of Texaco or Chevron should give up their salary to lower gas prices so the poor can still get back and forth to work - WON'T HAPPEN!
Well, I wasn't planning on watching the halftime induction either, but you know, I was disappointed to read in the DMN that it would be preempted by the fundraiser. Katrina was awful, no doubt, and sure, Anon, the NFL is pathetically overrun by gross amounts of $$, but c'mon....we Texans are blocked f/seeing the Triplets be inducted? It's such an accomplishment, and life must go on, you know.....Too bad your friend will miss the replay in Iraq...football is part of the ol' Red, White & Blue for alot of Americans.
this is crap !!!!
footballfan....You totally missed my point. What I am sayng is for each professional athelete and heck any United States citizen who is paid, let's say for instance over $50 mil.,a year give $1 mil.,to feed & clothes our children, to find a cure for cancer, to make meds. affordable for our grandparents, etc... And as far as "being real", Yeah, I hear ya & as they say XXXX in one hand and wish in the other & see which one fills up faster.
ANON # 1 - obviously not a football fan. I think we all got your point. But Monday night football (especially when it's Dallas)?
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