Reminder that this was a thing.
Just read about it. A pity it didn't work, a greater pity it's logical successor was XFL.
I love this whole thing of multiple leagues with different rules but mobility between them, in terms of players and staff.
>you know motorsport is comfy when this happens in sportscar racing without rivalries and with cooperation between parts
So where does he rank amongst the all-time greats?
HE HAS RETURNED
Prepare to get booty blasted you cucks
Why are there so many Steelers fans?
Leftover bandwagoners from the 70s?
That would make sense to people who live there or who have lived there, but they also have trons of fans who have never set foot in the state while also living in areas with NFL teams.
Does anyone think that's the right thing to do? What ever happened to Democracy?
ITT: We find the divegrass equivalent to handegg players/teams and vice versa
Manchester United (under Ferguson) and New England Patriots are quite similar
• The Patriots had the fewest fumbles of any NFL offense.
• The Patriots had the best fumble rate of any NFL offense.
• The Patriots had one of their best fumble rates of the past decade.
The league has refused requests to show the Patriots recorded PSI of footballs this year. They had no problem releasing information after last years AFC Championship game though.
Annual reminder that this actually happened.
does /sp/ rate him?
Post athletes that never reached their potential
But Rubio's potential has never been that big. It's just that he was unbelievably precocious. He quickly peaked actually, the defenders qucikly learned how to deal with him, and his last year in Spain was pretty painful.
His slashing game is more suited to the NBA rules, so he was able to resurect here.
>Tom Coughlin on Eli Manning: "He's everything you'd want a son to be."
>Looks straight at Eli and tells him it's not his fault.
Say my name
Gordon Banks Edition.
>Nigel De Jong
You may post in this thread only if your team has won Olympic Gold in Basketball more than one time.
Any of you lads unironically working towards a career in professional sport?
Training to be a sport psychologist here.
I started in the academies of Panathinaikos
At the age of 15 I moved to Olympiacos academies
2 years later after a lot of hard work I made it to the starting 11 of the under19 team Olympiacos.
I played in the youth Uefa champions league
It was like I was living in a dream.
2 days later after winning against Anderlecht I got into a car accident on my way to practice , hit my back real hard and that was the end of my career
Sometimes I think suicide is a good option